April 15, 2021
Meet LMPCA's new Executive Council!

Voting for the NP representative has now closed and we are happy to announce our new Executive Council for 2021-2022:

  • Nour Al-Farawi, NP, Thames Valley FHT
  • Dr. Julie Clarke, Blackfriars FHO, non-FHT
  • Dr. Cathy Faulds, family physician focused practice in palliative care
  • Dr. Jessica Hunter-Orange, family physician focused practice in dermatology, fee for service
  • Dr. Brenna Kaschor, fee for service/FHG, focused practice
  • Dr. Ken Lee, London RAAM Clinic, CMHA Medical Service
  • Dr. Scott McKay, contracted locum FHO physician with academic site, works in LTC
  • Dr. Vineet Nair, small FHO (4 doctors), non-FHT
  • Dr. Dan Pepe, London Lambeth FHO, non-FHT
  • Dr. Gord Schacter, London FHT (FHO with FHT)
  • Dr. Phil Vandewalle, FHO with FHT (West & North Middlesex)
  • Dr. Stephen Wetmore, Chair, Department of Family Medicine, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry
  • Administration support provided by:
  • Janet Dang, Transformation Lead
  • Drina Silva, Communications Lead

Thank you to everyone who submitted an Expression of Interest for your willingness to support LMPCA and primary care development.

Next Steps

Executive Council will create a workplan for the upcoming year, which will include the following:
  • Most urgently, our continued support of MLHU in their COVID-19 vaccine response
  • New and different ways to reach out to you and enable your involvement in LMPCA activities that are of interest to you and your primary care colleagues
  • Continued development of our governance as we strive to be representative of all primary care perspectives, including indigenous and marginalized populations, and increase representation from all segments of primary care, including interdisciplinary health providers.

Still want to get involved?

If you missed the deadline but still wish to be involved with LMPCA activities, please reach out to us at info@lmprimarycare.ca. There are opportunities to participate in working groups and other initiatives as the Executive Council outlines its workplan for the coming year.

Why get involved?

Our goal is to build a strong primary care community. By organizing as a sector, we as Primary Care are establishing clear goals, strategies, and processes in order to:

  • speak with a strong, united voice
  • connect to teams and supports
  • improve our practice
  • focus on equitable representation
  • and much more ... 

Be a part of building this network with us -- come join our community!

If you have questions, please contact Janet Dang, Primary Care Transformation Lead at janet.dang@thamesvalleyfht.ca.
You can also contact us at our new email - info@lmprimarycare.ca - or through www.lmprimarycare.ca!