Dialogue Volume 14 Issue 4 2018 - Page 23

ELECTION RESULTS Election Results for Districts 6, 7, 8 and 9 The votes have been counted for the election in District 7. Dr. Judith Plante, a family physician from Pembroke, is returning for a second term and Dr. Sarah Reid, a pediatric emergency physician from Ottawa, will be a new face around the Council table. Dr. John Rapin, Dr. Michael Franklyn and Dr. Andrew Turner had earlier been acclaimed in their districts. Congratulations to all of the elected Council members and thank you to all the candidates who ran in the 2018 district election. DISTRICT 6 Counties of Frontenac, Haliburton, Hastings, Leeds and Gren- ville, Lennox and Addington DISTRICT 7 Counties of Dundas, Glengarry, Lanark, Prescott, Renfrew, Russell and Stormont, and The Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton Dr. John Rapin Dr. Judith Plante Graduated from: Queen’s University Graduated from: McGill University Principal area of practice or specialty: Hospitalist, part-time Principal area of practice or specialty: Family Medicine Current hospital appointments: Kingston General Hospital (Honorary Staff) Current hospital appointments: Pembroke Regional Hospital Kingston Dr. Rapin will begin his second term of Council. He has been in medical practice in Ontario since 1969 and has practised as an emergency department physician in Kingston for more than 40 years. Dr. Rapin is past presi- dent of the Ontario Medical Association and has been active in the Canadian Medical Association. Dr. Rapin will continue to serve on the Discipline Committee, among other duties. Pembroke Returning to Council for a second term, Dr. Plante has recently retired from clinical practice after 30 years. Her broad background includes patient care, outpatient clinics, obstetrics, and ER as well as a career in teaching and seven years as Chief of Family Practice at Pembroke Regional Hospital. Over the past three years, Dr. Plante has served on the College’s Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee and the Registration Committee. She also sat on a working group reviewing the CPSO’s Medical Records policy. ISSUE 4, 2018 DIALOGUE 23