Presented by the Northern Medical Society
Location: Prince George Civic Centre
Doors open at 5:30 pm
Event begins at 6:45 pm
Tickets $125 each or Table of 10 for $1200
A 'table purchase' ensures reserved seating
Do consider sponsoring a Medical Student
Tickets available from --
or by phone 250-596-0020
or drop by 3540 Opie Crescent
Proceeds from this year's event will be divided between the Dr. Bert Kelly Legacy Fund for bursaries to northern healthcare students and the Dr. Bob Ewert Lecture Endowment Fund for future speakers. Both Funds are held by the PG Community Foundation. www.pgcf.ca
CFL legend MICHAEL “PINBALL” CLEMONS is an icon of sporting excellence, community leadership, and personal integrity. With boundless energy and moments of quiet introspection, he talks about teamwork and the potential each of us has to achieve anything we set our minds to. Good-natured and unabashedly emotional, he shows you how to put your heart into everything you do.
Clemons was also the Argos’ CEO, and is now their vice chair. Away from the game, Michael “Pinball” Clemons has an undying commitment to community—especially to youth—that is simply unparalleled. He lends his name and time to countless high-profile causes, including the Argos’ Stop the Violence campaign, which encourages the active participation of communities, schools and government in educating youth and curbing gun violence.
One of the most in-demand speakers in Canada, he talks with unabashed passion about teamwork, about the potential in each of us to achieve anything we set our minds to, and about putting your heart—fully—into everything you do.
Dr. John Maile has been a Family Physician / Anaesthetist in Quesnel since 1965 and he continues after 53 years to provide obstetrical and anesthetic services to the community. He is politically active and continues to push the powers that be into improving medical facilities and services in northern BC.
Dr. David Snadden is a graduate of the University of Dundee in Scotland and was a full-time rural general practitioner and family resident trainer for 11 years in the Highlands of Scotland before relocating to Prince George to head up the new Northern Medical Programme in 2003. The rest is history. Since the first graduating class of 2008, there have been over 250 new physicians receiving their training from the UNBC Site. Dave's quiet leadership example has been persuasive and effective in establishing the effectiveness of this training programme.
See adjacent list of 24 Medical "Heroes"
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These are physician heroes in our communities noted for their commitment to improving medical services in northern BC.....in addition to their leadership and clinical skills. They serve as role models for our physicians in training.