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More than 65,000 people in London-Middlesex without a family doctor, reports OCFP
In breaking down the province’s ongoing family doctor shortage, the Ontario College of Family Physicians (OCFP) says more than 65,000 people in Middlesex-London are without a family doctor.

Dr. Eric Wong, a family doctor in London and an OCFP board member, said these numbers, along with similar ones seen across the province, are “very concerning.”

Need a family doctor? So do 65,000 others in the London area
The number of London-area residents with no family doctor has risen to 65,500 in the last two years, says an Ontario family doctors' group urging provincial action.

CBC London Morning
Doctor Eric Wong has been practicing in London for 18 years and tells London Morning why so many Londoners are having a hard time securing a family doctor. Wong also has ideas on what the government can do to reverse the trend.