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Gold Sponsor for Walk-In Clinics of BC Conference

Primacy Management Inc. is proud to be the Gold sponsor for the Walk-In Clinics of B.C. 2nd Annual “A Very Valuable Service” Conference held April 6th & 7th, 2017 in Burnaby, BC.

The conference will be focusing on opportunities and also challenges that British Columbia’s health care system faces and the importance of walk-in medical clinics for our communities. Mike McLoughlin, founding Director of the association and co-owner of Primacy’s Medi-Kel Medical Clinic in Kelowna, BC., will deliver the opening welcome and Keynote address as well as the conference wrap up.

Visit our information table to learn more about Primacy Management Inc. and opportunities to open or relocate your medical practice in our available space.

Where and When?

Hilton Vancouver Metrotown, 6083 McKay Ave, Burnaby, BC V5H 2W7

Thursday, April 6, 2017
Welcome Networking Reception from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm in the Diamond Hospitality Suite

Friday, April 7, 2017
Registration/Breakfast at 7:30 am in the Crystal Foyer L3
Conference events from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm in the Crystal Ballroom L3
Click here for the full conference schedule.

Why Attend?

  • Meet & network with walk-in clinic owners/operators from across BC
  • Learn about myriad opportunities now facing walk-in clinics
  • Listen to informed discussions on vital issues in BC health care
  • Discover the value of Walk-in clinics as small businesses as well as medical practices
  • Click here to register

Mission Statement for Walk-In Clinics of BC Association

  1. To advocate for the best possible health-care and health outcomes for all British Columbians;
  2. To advocate for British Columbians and other patients who utilize walk-in health clinics located throughout the province;
  3. To advocate for on-going public investments in, and financial allocations to,
    health-care programs and services that are affordable for taxpayers;
  4. To advocate for the interests, professional and otherwise, of those British Columbians who work in B.C.’s walk-in clinics, including physicians, nurse-practitioners, nurses, other health-care workers and support staff, and others; and
  5. To advocate for the interests of business people, physicians and others who own and/or operate B.C.’s walk-in health clinics.

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