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Seema Dosaj (BSc’85, MD’90) completed her family medicine residency at McGill after which she joined the Montréal General Hospital’s emergency room and Department of Psychiatry as staff for several years. For over a decade, Seema served as an examiner for the CCFP and as a SOO examiner for the LMCC/MCC licensing examinations.
Alexander Sandy Macdonald (MD”66) moved to Fredericton, NB. He practiced family medicine at the Fredericton Medical Clinic for three years. Then he moved to London, Ontario, where he studied orthopedic surgery at Western University for four years then returned to Fredericton. He practiced until retirement in December 2011.
Ernest Johnson (BSCM’81) continues to practice full-time looking after his approximately 900 patients who have an average age of 65. Some patients he has looked after for decades and they are no longer patients, they are family. Ernest is not ready to retire yet as his patients need him more with this pandemic continuing unbridled.
Cora Cole (MSc’00) is the founder and CEO of GreyLit Inc. a publishing platform that allows front-line research and information to be searched, shared, reviewed and collaborated on around the world.
Dr. John Brewer (PGM’84), has been recognized as a 2019 recipient of an Award of Excellence. Dr. Brewer was also a former Dalhousie staff member as the Unit Director of the Family Medicine Teaching Unit from 1995 to 2005.
Donald Hodder releases “Follow Your Bliss- The Life & Times of a Family Doctor” tales of joy and sorrow, humour and fulfillment in this compelling memoir.