Rural physicians get to participate in cradle-to-grave medicine

Rural learning programs help medical students to become rural family physicians

Rural physicians get to participate in cradle-to-grave medicinePonoka family doctor Greg Sawisky grew up in Kelowna, B.C., before heading to the University of Alberta for medical school. After a couple of shadowing opportunities in Fort McKay and Stettler, he threw himself into the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry’s Rural Integrated Community Clerkship program and hasn’t looked back. “There is something so wonderfully…