How Dr. Aseem Grover balances risk when finding solutions to rural health care's unique challenges.

Dr. Aseem Grover knows that providing rural health care requires near-constant problem solving – he has travelled by rail through floodwaters to a town inaccessible by vehicle and delivered medications by helicopter to communities isolated by rockslides.

In this episode of The Heart of It, Dr. Grover shares why unrelenting positivity is at the heart of his work and how he balances risk when finding solutions to complex challenges.

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Guest bio

Dr. Aseem Grover is a rural family physician in Hope, B.C.

His responsibilities are diverse, encompassing patient care at a family medicine clinic, serving as site medical director for the 10-bed Fraser Canyon Hospital, and providing primary care and medication delivery to remote areas.

His medical interests are chronic complex care, rural emergency medicine and addictions medicine.

About The Heart of It

Every episode, Dr. Victoria Lee, president and CEO of Fraser Health, invites guests take listeners to the heart of health care, where passion, dedication and innovation drive individual, community and planetary health.

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The Heart of It is recorded on the traditional, ancestral and unceded shared territories of the Katzie, Kwantlen, Coquitlam, Semiahmoo and Tsawwassen First Nations, and home to the Surrey-Delta Métis Association.

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