Canadian Medical Assocation

Milton, Ont.; University of Toronto, 1982. Died April 16, 2018, aged 65. Survived by his wife Diane and 2 children. “Garnet was a family doctor in Milton for over 31 years. He was a board member of the Ontario Medical Association (OMA), chair of the Ontario Student Bursary Foundation and a member of the bilateral Physician Services Committee. He was an instrumental supporter of primary care reform initiatives at the OMA, where he served as chair of the Section of Group Practice. He was a founding member and lead physician on the Prime Care Family Health Team in Milton, and an adjunct professor of medicine at Queen’s University. He received the OMA’s Life Membership Award in recognition of his contributions to the association and the physicians of Ontario. Garnet’s work brought improved health care delivery to millions of Ontarians.”