Dialogue Volume 13 Issue 4 2017 - Page 19

ELECTION RESULTS Election results for Districts 5, 10 Drs. Philip Berger, Elizabeth Samson and Patrick Safieh are newest Council members District 5:  District 10: County of Simcoe; the District Municipality of Muskoka and the regional municipalities of Durham, Peel and York: (2 positions) City of Toronto (4 positions) • Dr. David Rouselle was re-elected • Dr. Elizabeth Samson was elected • Dr. Philip Berger was acclaimed • Dr. Haidar Mahmoud was acclaimed • Dr. Peeter Poldre was acclaimed • Dr. Patrick Safieh was acclaimed Congratulations to all of the elected Councillors and thank you to all the candidates who ran in the 2017 district election. DISTRICT 5 Dr. David Rouselle Dr. Elizabeth Samson Graduated from: Queen’s University Graduated from: University of Toronto Principal area of practice or specialty: Obstetrics and Gynecology (1987) Family Medicine (CCFP) 1983 Principal area of practice or specialty: Family Medicine Newmarket Current hospital appointments: Southlake Regional Health Centre Dr. David Rouselle returns to Council, having just com- pleted his year as President of Council. He is an obstetri- cian/gynecologist at Southlake Regional Health Centre in Newmarket. Dr. Rouselle began his career as a family physician, completing a residency in that discipline at the former University of Western Ontario in London before going on to complete his residency in obstetrics/gynecol- ogy at McMaster University in Hamilton. Dr. Rouselle became a Council member in 2011. Before that, he was appointed vice-chair (obstetrics) of the Col- lege’s Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee. He was chair of that committee in 2015. Oshawa Current hospital appointments: N/A Dr. Samson is new to Council, but has acted as a medical investigator and as an assessor for the College for several years. Dr. Samson has practised in a number of settings over the years – from urban centres in Central Ontario to underser- viced areas in Northern Ontario. She has also worn many hats throughout her career. Besides her work as a College assessor, she has been an Associate Professor for Queen’s University; a Medical Consultant for the Provider Services Branch, Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care; and an elected Member-at-large, for the Ontario Medical Associa- tion’s Section on General & Family Practice. ISSUE 4, 2017 DIALOGUE 19