Canadian Medical Association

Charlottetown; Dalhousie University, 1978; obstetrics and gynecology. Died May 29, 2022, aged 69. Survived by his wife Susan, 2 children and 3 grandchildren. “Those who worked with Frank understood that he never stopped. He wore many hats outside his ob-gyn practice, including his membership on the Board of Directors of the Medical Society of Prince Edward Island and his service to numerous society committees. He was incredibly proud of the work he did with the Canadian Medical Association (CMA), first on the Committee on Health Policy and Economics, which he chaired, and then through 2 terms on the CMA Board of Directors. Throughout his career, he was a staunch advocate for patient care and health care reform.”

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