Doctor Shortage Forcing Taylor’s Medical Clinic to Shut Doors

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Taylor’s Mayor, Fred Jarvis is adamant the community needs a medical clinic.

Mayor Jarvis says he hopes the closure is temporary, and plans to continue efforts to recruit a doctor to Taylor.

The clinic has provided medical services to Taylor since 2009.

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Until now, doctors have provided services at the Taylor clinic under contract with the Fort St. John medical clinic.

Over the past year the region lost several doctors, resulting in a shortage of medical care, as well as the communities were forced to terminate their operating agreement.

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