Hamilton will be the setting for a national dialogue on health care transformation.
The Canadian Medical Association wants to hear stories from residents about social factors that affect their health.
The March 6th meeting will be the second in Hamilton as part of its series of public town halls across Canada.
The goal of these discussions is to look at ways governments and community stakeholders can address the health outcomes related to social determinants, and physicians can better advocate for their patients.
The meeting takes place at Mohawk College's McIntyre Performing Arts Centre from 7-9 p.m.