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On August 1 st, we launched our new public website:

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and a new website for medical staff:

medicalstaff.islandhealth.ca

Our website was developed in partnership with patients and residents of Vancouver Island and the surrounding regions. It's accessible, mobile friendly and flexible to help us evolve with our communities as we work towards excellent health and care for everyone, everywhere, every time.

Come visit the new sites and update your bookmarks. This www. tỷ lệ kèo bóng đá trực tuyến www.rotundamaris.net site will continue to be available for one month so that our staff and partners have time to update their links to the new site. You can still browse the old site but it will no longer be updated.

 

Dr. Evan Adams

Biography

Dr. Evan Adams is well known in the Aboriginal communities and is a member of the Tla'amin (Sliammon) First Nation, near Powell River, British Columbia. 

This actor/playwright/producer turned-physician is best known for his role as Thomas Builds-The-Fire in the film Smoke Signals (1988), as Seymour Polatkin in The Business of Fancydancing (2002) and his part in Lost in the Barrens (1990). His acting career also includes roles in television including The Beachcombers, Da Vinci's Inquest, Neon Rider, These Arms of Mine, Da Vinci's City Hall, The L Word, and Wolf Canyon.

In addition to his impressive acting career, he is an accomplished medical doctor and currently the Chief Medical Officer with the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA). He is a graduate of St. Michael's University School and of Lester B. Pearon College of the Pacific and received his Medical Doctorate from the University of Calgary in 2002.

About the Video

In this video, Adams talks about his journey from actor to physician and how his family influenced his career path. He also explains the “Great Red Hope Syndrome” and how coming from a blue collar background was “quite unusual” for a medical student where the average income of students was about $100,000/year. 

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