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Dear Community Partners,
Thank you for your patience and support while MediBus negotiates with the Department of Health And Wellness (DHW) for a more permanent solution to the delivery of mobile rural health care.
We are currently meeting with DHW officials to resume our services in the area served by South West Health.
We understand the difficulties of not having the MediBus primary health care provider manage all your ongoing healthcare needs during this difficult time.
To that end, our medical director, Dr. Ken Buchholz and his staff at Annapolis Family Practice Associates will continue to follow up necessary test results and consultations and ensure that outstanding referrals are sent through as needed.
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Since our hiatus, Dr. Buchholz has been working with the MediBus clinical team reviewing outstanding reports.
These reports have been forwarded and referrals that are necessary are in process.
However, if there are any concerns about the status of your referrals or upcoming investigations, we ask that you call his office at1-902-532-1670 (fax 1-902-53-1674) and leave your name, contact number and the nature of your concern so that we might check the status for you.
Together, our whole team strives to provide quality primary health care and thank you for your ongoing support.
We look forward to serving you again shortly.
The MediBus Team