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Saturday, February 24, 2018

Our Physicians

Dr. A. Oberai - Chief of Staff

Dr. Anjali Oberai has been working in Wawa since 1998.  She graduated from the University of Ottawa, along with her husband, Dr. Mike Cotterill, and together they moved to Wawa where they raised two children.  Dr. Oberai loves both rural medicine and all that life has to offer in rural Ontario.   

 

 

Dr. M. Cotterill 

Dr. Mike Cotterill is a family doc who has been practising - along with his wife, Dr. Anjali Oberai - in Wawa for 17 years.  A graduate of the University of Ottawa, Dr. Cotterill worked as a locum before settling in Wawa.  His work interests include endoscopy and emergency medicine.  His hobbies include just about anything outdoors. 

 

 

 

Dr. J. Park

Dr. Jun Park joins the Wawa family physician group in 2017 after spending the previous year providing locum services to various Northern communities.  He returned to Canada after obtaining his medical degree from State University of New York before completing his family medicine training from University of Ottawa.  He chose to practice in Wawa due to the surrounding natural beauty, the collegial work colleagues, and the welcoming local community.  Dr. Park enjoys outdoor activities including hiking, swimming, beach volleyball, as well as any new and all memorable experiences. 

 

 

Dr. C. Stamler

Dr. Chris Stamler is a graduate of the University of Toronto Medicine School and the Queen’s Family Medicine Residency Program.  Prior to starting medicine, he completed a Bachelor of Science and a Master’s degree in Biochemistry at the University of Ottawa.  Dr. Stamler has a PhD in Human Nutrition from McGill University where he studied health impacts of environmental pollutants on arctic and rural communities.  Dr. Stamler is married and has two young daughters.  He grew up in Ottawa, Ontario. As a teenager he earned his private and commercial pilot’s license and always dreamed of becoming a bush pilot so he could live in Northern Ontario.  When he’s not at the Lady Dunn Health Centre, he would like to be found paddling, trail running, skiing, camping or climbing.

 

 

Dr. J. Weinstein

Dr. Julie Weinstein has been coming to Wawa for many years – well before she moved here permanently in 2012.  She and her husband loved camping in Lake Superior Provincial Park, and after Dr. Weinstein finished medical school and residency at the University of Toronto, they came up and tried a locum. Shortly thereafter they decided to move here for good.  Dr. Weinstein does a mix of family, emergency and hospital medicine and enjoys the challenge and variety of rural practice.  During her time off, she takes in nature in many ways including bird watching, hiking and camping. 

 

 

 

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