to his family practice of more than 4,000 patients,
Pierre and three other doctors own and operate Northwood
Medical Clinic to provide health services to orphaned
patients, people without doctors. He was president of
the Sudbury and District Medical Society for three years,
and is one of the youngest physicians to sit on the
board of directors of the Ontario Medical Association.
The 38-year-old father of four was educated at the University
of Ottawa. Fully bilingual, he is an assistant professor
of family medicine at the Northern Ontario School of
is your greatest professional accomplishment?
the Northwood Medical Clinics
health maintenance programs for patients with
no family doctor.
is your favourite movie or book?
toss up between Monty Python and the Holy Grail, and
anything Star Trek.
is your personal motto?
is the No. 1 thing you are working toward that you haven’t
the same goal everybody has: Retirement!!!
advice would you give to young leaders under the age
of 40 to get more involved in their community?
is a virtue that is central to many religious traditions
that when adopted is immensely rewarding.