Health care survey needs more input

The more surveys that are completed, the more complete the picture we will have of the health care needs in the North Thompson Valley

Editor, The Times:

The Clearwater chapter of the Rural and Remote Division of Family Practice still needs your input! We have had good response, but the more surveys that are completed, the more complete the picture we will have of the health care needs in the North Thompson Valley, which we can then work to address.

The Community Health Survey is now online at Survey.survey and will be available until Tuesday, Dec 1. This is the same survey as the paper version, just more convenient for those with access to a computer.

Paper surveys are still available at many locations from Little Fort to Blue River, along with blue collection boxes. The deadline for the paper version has been extended to Thursday, Nov 5 for collection in the boxes. After that date, please drop off at the Clearwater Medical Center.

If you have any questions, or need surveys picked up please contact me at 250.674.3810 or by email at

Thank you very much. We appreciate the support, and look forward to receiving your survey.

Laura Soles, chapter coordinator

Clearwater chapter of RRDFP


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