Municipality of Kincardine to get a new physician

June 9, 2016


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The Municipality of Kincardine is very pleased to announce that Council has approved an agreement with Dr. Jason Murray to take up his medical practice in the Municipality of Kincardine.

Dr. Murray is excited to be joining the Kincardine Physician’s Group starting in October 2016. He grew up on a farm just outside of Ripley and is happy to be returning home. He attended medical school at Western University in London and is in the process of completing his family medicine residency at Queen’s University in Kingston.

Dr. Murray did rotations in Kincardine both in medical school and in residency and really enjoyed his experience and learned a lot from working with the physicians. He knows he will be well supported in this collegial environment and looks forward to starting his new practice in the fall.

The Kincardine Physicians Group is very pleased to welcome Dr. Jason Murray as its newest member and looks forward to working with him. “The addition of Dr. Murray to our group continues our efforts to establish a solid base of capable, young and committed medical practitioners who will provide for the new community’s medical needs into the future.” The physicians also extend their appreciation to the Municipality of Kincardine and Bruce Power for their ongoing and important support of our recruitment efforts.

Municipality of Kincardine Mayor, Anne Eadie, said that, “As Mayor and as a member of the Physician Recruitment Committee, I am thrilled that we have another doctor coming to Kincardine this quickly. On behalf of Council and our residents I wish to thank all those involved in our recruitment process for their hard work. I would also like to thank the Kincardine Physicians and other staff at the Medical Clinic for making various accommodations to meet the health needs of our residents during the current recruitment process.”

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The recruitment of Dr. Murray was made possible by the Municipality of Kincardine physician recruitment program, which is supported by a partnership that includes Bruce Power and the Town of Saugeen Shores.  

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