Delburne clinic keeps health care close to home for local residents

Submitted by the Rural Health Professions Action Plan 

October 9, 2019

 

Delburne clinic keeps health care close to home for local residents

 

Earlier this year, Dr. Muti Kauchali became the first doctor to practice in Delburne in 90 years. Delburne is an agriculture-based village of about 900 located 45 minutes southeast of Red Deer. Another 2,500 people live in the surrounding Red Deer County.

Previously, residents had to travel to Red Deer, Stettler or Three Hills to see the nearest physician.

The multi-million-dollar, state of the art Delburne Medical Clinic features sound-proof rooms with 12-foot ceilings, a large procedure room, super-hero murals in the hallways and a full-service pharmacy.

You would be hard pressed to find another medical clinic of this caliber in all of rural Alberta.

 
View the video story by RHPAP here: 
 
Delburne Medical Centre
 

Rural Health Professions Action Plan website: rhpap.ca         

Delburne Medical Centre website: delburnemedical.ca