Dalla Lana takes over Dr. Merry’s Christina Lake practice

Dr. Merry will continue to work within the region, providing relief (as a locum).

Dr. David Merry is changing his medical practice after 27 years.

“I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to the wonderful people of Christina Lake and Grand Forks for their support for the past 27 years,” Dr. Merry said in a press release Thursday.

Dr. Bob Lewis and Dr. Jennifer Dressler, who are currently practicing at the Christina Lake Medical Clinic, will welcome Dr. Nathan Dalla Lana to the clinic as of Jan. 4, 2016. Dr. Dalla Lana will be assuming responsibility for Dr. Merry’s practice.

“I’m very pleased to leave the care of my patients to Dr. Dalla Lana, who has been working in Grand Forks for several years,” Dr. Merry said.

Dr. Merry will continue to work within the region, providing relief (as a locum) for the physicians in the Boundary area.


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