Working in Fraser Lake has been an honour

It has been a great honour to work with you over the past several years.

Dear Patients and Community Members,

 

It has been a great honour to work with you over the past several years.

I will miss my patients, many of my co-workers, and the community of Fraser Lake as a whole. I think Fraser Lake is a beautiful town and an excellent place to raise a family and retire. I did not have any plans on leaving Fraser Lake, but sometimes life throws us these curve balls. My short term plans are to stay in Fraser Lake until the fall, doing ER work in Vanderhoof, Burns Lake and Fort St. James. For 2012 I will likely work rural locums around New Zealand, this will be an excellent opportunity and cultural experience for my family. I hope to be back in Canada and settled down by spring of 2013. I am uncertain where that will be.

I would like to thank everyone for there letters of support, this has been very heart warming.

Sincerely,

Richard Beever.

 

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