Clearwater’s new doctors introduced at seniors luncheon

Until recently, the community was down to only one full-time physician

Four of Clearwater's five physicians pose take part in an Age Friendly luncheon held Sept. 30. Pictured are (l-r0 Dr. Mark Walton

Four of Clearwater's five physicians pose take part in an Age Friendly luncheon held Sept. 30. Pictured are (l-r0 Dr. Mark Walton

Sandra Holmes

Over 60 seniors attended an informative workshop and luncheon put on by the District of Clearwater through its Age Friendly program on Tuesday, Sept. 30.

After an excellent presentation about advance care planning facilitated by Dr. Bob MacKenzie and Pearl Broswick, a delicious and nutritious lunch was served.

Claire Mochrie, the new project manager for UNBC’S research mobility project called From the Front Door to the Grocery Store was introduced.

 

Dr. John Soles then introduced three of his new colleagues, Dr. Mark Walton, Dr. Steven Broadbent and Dr. Cristina Licili. Dr Alice Gwynn was not able to attend the event.