Reduce risk and support the health of your workforce in remote locations
The general trend in Western economies is that our workforce is aging and managing more chronic disease.
For government departments with workers in remote locations it is a growing challenge to provide access to medical services. As our populations continue to move to urban areas, healthcare services available in rural and remote areas are being reduced.
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Our Government Clients
Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Canadian Coast Guard , Environment Canada and Canadian Wildlife Services , Nova Scotia Health Authority, Global Affairs Canada, Canadian Navy and Parks Canada