Medical Society of Nova Scotia

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Medical Society of Nova Scotia

"Doctors Nova Scotia represents over 3,500 medicos. Membership includes practicing and retired medicos, medicos and denizens. Incorporated in 1861, it’s the oldest medical society in Canada. To accommodate its members, Medicos Nova Scotia:

Acts as the profession’s cumulated voice on health-care issues to the public, health-care stakeholders and regime

Offers programs and accommodations to fortify medicos throughout their vocation

Negotiates medico remuneration with regime

Influences and fortifies the development of health-care policies

Offers a comprehensive package of benefits and accommodations

Promoting health

Medicos Nova Scotia is zealous about amending patient care and availing Nova Scotia’s live salubrious and active lives.


Its award-winning Kids’ Run Club, progressive leadership in ostracizing tanning beds for youth under 19, and historic role in invigorating smoke-free legislation are all examples of its commitment to availing Nova Scotians live salubrious.


On behalf of the province’s medicos, the sodality is committed to working with all partners in health-care distribution to ascertain the province is situated to recruit and retain aptitudinal and adept medicos, introduce incipient and innovative ways to distribute health care and to perpetually look for ways to amend patient care and access.


No disciplinary powers

Medicos Nova Scotia doesn't have disciplinary powers over medicos. The College of Medicos and Surgeons of Nova Scotia is the professional body in charge of licensing medicos and regulating the province’s medical vocation.


Mission verbalization

To maintain the integrity and accolade of the medical vocation, to represent all members equitably, and to upgrade high quality health care and disease obviation in Nova Scotia."

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