Arizona city may get facility for Canadian healthcare

November 20, 2017

Surprise, Ariz., city officials are looking at the feasibility of bringing Canadian healthcare to its snowbirds, according to an article on the KJZZ website.

Canadian healthcare leaders met with Surprise officials discussing how to bring Canadian medical services to the area.

The idea is to set up a place in Surprise where Canadian doctors can practice and the snowbirds can get medical services and rehabilitation in a warm place.

There are about 20,000 Canadian-owned housing units in the area, and many are being occupied now as winter arrives and snowbirds migrate.

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