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COVID-19 Vaccine Update
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COVID-19 Vaccine Update

COVID-19 Vaccine Update

The first supply of a COVID-19 vaccine has arrived in BC. Please note that the COVID-19 vaccine is not available for everyone at this time.

Vaccines will be distributed in phases over the coming months.

  • The first phase of 4,000 doses will be given to frontline health providers working in long-term care, assisted living, ICUs, ERs, and COVID-19 medical wards.

Inside Out – Health Considerations for the Fall and Winter
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Inside Out – Health Considerations for the Fall and Winter

On September 23, 2020, Seaside Magazine published this article, written by our very own Dr. Ruth Caden.

Coming into the winter months, we get a lot of questions from our patients about what they can do to maximize their health and well-being, and reduce the risks of infection. My answer is always the same – vaccines, vaccines, vaccines.…

Inside Out – Primary Care in the Time of COVID-19
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Inside Out – Primary Care in the Time of COVID-19

On May 14, 2020, Seaside Magazine published this article, written by our very own Dr. Robert Farmer.

Many have noticed that Shoreline Medical’s Sidney and Brentwood Bay offices are now closed to most in-person patient contact. This is a crucial part of reducing the risk of transmission of COVID-19, which we believe can happen from close contact with an infected person – even one without obvious symptoms.…

Reopening Shoreline Medical Clinics
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Reopening Shoreline Medical Clinics

British Columbia is beginning a phased plan to slowly reopen, with businesses and services following new operating methods since the arrival of COVID-19.

This reopening is possible because the instructions of Dr. Bonnie Henry have been followed, including physical distancing, hand washing, and staying at home as much as possible. It is important that we continue to follow these preventative measures and go through the reopening steps cautiously and safely.…

PRESS: Family doctors reassure Greater Victoria patients they’re not a bother amid pandemic
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PRESS: Family doctors reassure Greater Victoria patients they’re not a bother amid pandemic

On April 21, 2020, Vic News published a letter to the general public about receiving health care during this challenging time.

A message from your local family doctors: We are here for you to ensure your medical needs are addressed during this pandemic.

Family doctors in Greater Victoria have made changes to the way we see you, to help you stay safe from COVID-19, and to ensure that we and our office staff stay safe as well.…

Important Announcement: COVID-19
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Important Announcement: COVID-19

We are certainly facing an unprecedented situation, and as such we are writing to inform you of the changes we are immediately implementing at both Shoreline Sidney and Shoreline Brentwood Clinics.

This is in response to the newest guidelines that are being recommended by our Ministry of Health and our local Health Authority.…

Inside Out – Cervical Cancer Screening Saves Lives
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Inside Out – Cervical Cancer Screening Saves Lives

On February 26, 2020, Seaside Magazine published this article, written by our very own Jayme Van Vliet.

The Cervical Cancer Screening Program is an organized screening program in place to reduce cervical cancer incidence and mortality. Cervical cancer screening, commonly referred to as a pap test, is completed by a healthcare professional.…

Full-Time Registered Nurse
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Full-Time Registered Nurse

Available Immediately: Full-Time Registered Nurse

Shoreline Medical is a medical primary care provider focused on meeting the needs of our patients
through a team based, integrated hospital/community service approach on the Saanich Peninsula.

Shoreline Medical Clinic has two clinic locations. Our first location opened 2016 in Sidney BC and
renovation for expansion of this clinic began April 2019.…

My Family Doctor Cares campaign
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My Family Doctor Cares campaign

The BC College of Family Physicians has recently launched a campaign called “My family doctor cares” advocating for more BC residents to have access to ongoing relationships with family doctors. To help get the campaign noticed, they have created an engaging TV spot, designed informative posters, and even created a tool for members of the public to write to their MLA about the need for improved access to physicians!…

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