CHR's Medical Officer ResignsBook
Feeling satisfied with the present state of public health and itching for new dragons to slay, Paul Hasselback has announced he is moving on. The CHR's medical officer of health has held his post for eight years. "I have some research work that needs to be completed this summer so I'm going to take most the summer to do that." Hasselback said. Hasselback's research concerns the Taber Project, a provincially funded shared venture between the CHR and the Associate Medical Centre. Gil Tourigny, the region's CEO, said "For us to have had a man like Paul in this region for eight years was very fortunate."
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