Dr. Ann Collins

For three decades, Dr. Collins ran a full-time family practice in Fredericton, New Brunswick. She has served as president of the New Brunswick Medical Society (NBMS) and spent five years as chair of the NBMS Board of Directors. Prior to taking on the role of CMA president, she spent seven years serving as the New Brunswick representative on the CMA Board of Directors.

  • It is our turn to say thank you: a physician’s perspective

    It is our turn to say thank you: a physician’s perspective

    May 1 was National Physicians’ Day in Canada, and the outpouring of gratitude from all levels of society was moving. But Dr. Ann Collins believes it is equally important to return the sentiment.

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  • Flattening the curve in New Brunswick: long-term care homes remain free of COVID-19

    Flattening the curve in New Brunswick: long-term care homes remain free of COVID-19

    Dr. Ann Collins shares what's going on in the New Brunswick long-term care home where she is a co-director.

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  • An eerily quiet hospital waits: a physician’s COVID-19 experience

    An eerily quiet hospital waits: a physician’s COVID-19 experience

    A quiet hospital may sound like good news right now, but falling admissions leave Dr. Ann Collins and her colleagues worrying whether patients are avoiding the care they need in favour of isolation.

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  • Back to an empty office: a physician’s COVID-19 experience

    Back to an empty office: a physician’s COVID-19 experience

    After two weeks of isolation, Dr. Ann Collins returns to her family practice in Fredericton, NB. Only, it’s much different than when she left it.

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  • Two weeks of self-isolation: a physician's COVID-19 experience

    Two weeks of self-isolation: a physician's COVID-19 experience

    When Dr. Ann Collins and her husband went to Florida in late February, they had no idea they would be returning home to the COVID-19 pandemic and two weeks of self-isolation. Here’s how it went.

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