The South Okanagan Similkameen (SOS) Division of Family Practice incorporates family physicians from Keremeos, Oliver, Osoyoos, Penticton, Naramata, Summerland, and Princeton.
Dr. Alexis Porte
Biliary Disease for the General Practitioner
|March 21-28||No rounds - Spring Break|
|April 4||Dr. Jackie Stewart||Osteoarthritis: treatment guidelines and new intervention program|
|April 11||Dr. Winston Teo||Prostate update|
|April 18||Dept. of Family Practice Meeting|
|April 25||Ruth Campbell||Glucose lowering medications in Type II Diabetes|
|May 9||Dr. Brian Forzley||New algorithms for Chronic Kidney Disease|
|May 16||Dr. James Mathers||TBD|
|May 23||No rounds - Victoria Day weekend|
|May 30||Dept. of Family Practice Meeting|
|June 06||Dr. Chris Little||Echocardiograms|
|June 13||Tentative - Dr. Gurpal Buttar||Oral Lesions|
|June 20||Dr. Susie Tebbutt||Autopsy|
For more information, or to recommend a speaker e-mail Julie Young or call 778 476-5696.
Physicians of the Division of Family Practice work together in our community to:
Achieve common health care goals;
Strengthen family medicine;
Communicate with a stronger collective voice;
Develop programs that local GPs think are important; and
Improve patient care.
Membership in the division is free of charge to family physicians practicing in our communities in any capacity (clinical practice, walk-in clinics, locum services, specialized obstetrical services, ER, etc.).
Supporting physicians at the point of careDivisions of Family Practice provides member access to clinical decision support tool UpToDate at no cost to the individual physician. Click here for more information.