Roger Pitblado of the Centre for Rural and Northern Health Research explains: "Because they are fewer in number and often need specific facilities, equipment and support staff to practise, it is not surprising to see fewer specialist physicians in rural areas.
What does CRaNHR stand for?
CRaNHR stands for Centre for Rural and Northern Health Research (Canada; also seen as CRNHR)
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According to a study done in May 2001 by Laurentian's University's Centre for Rural and Northern Health Research, all of Sudbury's health institutions - the three hospitals, local physicians, the Northeast Mental Health Centre and the homes for the aged - contributed about $493 million in 1998 to the local economy, providing 13,817 full-time jobs with a net tax impact of almost $26 million.