Public Meeting on Monday for possible closure of Taylor Medical Clinic

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TAYLOR, B.C. – The District of Taylor will be holding a Special Committee of the Whole Meeting next week to address the possible closure of the Taylor Medical Clinic.

The meeting will take place at 9:00 am on Monday, January 23rd at the Taylor District Office which is located at: 10007 – 100th A Street in Taylor. The public is invited to attend.

At a Committee of the Whole meeting earlier this week, a concerned citizen brought concerns forward that she had heard rumblings that the Clinic could possibly be closing.

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District of Taylor officials said they are looking at options to keep the Clinic open but that Livecare is finding it difficult for the Clinic to be a viable business for them.

Officials also said right now, they pay for a doctor to come from down south once a month for a week and they at some point, would like to have a regular doctor. They say no decision has been made on the Clinic as of yet but that they are looking at all options to keep doors open.

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