Rock Creek Community Medical Society launches new website

The Rock Creek Community Medical Society is pleased to announce the launch of their new website,

The Rock Creek Community Medical Society is pleased to announce the launch of their new website,

Inside you will find information about the medical professionals, programs and other activities going on in the clinic building.

There are also photos of the building of the Historic Park and the first Canada Day celebration in 2008, and another page showing the recent 2013 July 1st party with lots of great photos of all the community folks who came out to have fun.

The site will also have an updated schedule of clinic hours for Dr. Ajaero (GP) and Dr. Simpson (internal medicine specialist) as well as information on the other professionals working out of the medical clinic building including Dr. Tamara Kornelson (chiropractor), Peri Best Kinesiology, Boundary Mental Health Services, CAPC (Community Action Plan for Children), Country Kids Pre-School, seniors activities and more.

The new board of the medical society is currently working on plans to expand programs for children over the coming year, which will include fundraising efforts and grant sourcing.

The parking lot will see work this fall to build up and pack the area along with installing concrete guard barriers around the lot for safety, which will make it safer for the short-term while funding is sought to have the area paved, hopefully sometime next year.

The new board of directors will continue to work with and utilize all of the local businesses and contractors who have done good work for the society in the past and will continue managing the society and clinic as a stand alone registered non-profit organization.

The membership of the society continues to grow and anyone within Regional District of Kootenay Boundary Area E is welcome to join.

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