Dr. Henry Chapeskie
Thorndale Lions Medical Centre
The Thorndale Lion's Medical Centre was built in 1988, a project undertaken by the Thorndale Lion's Club. The land was donated by member Wilfred Logan and the Lion's Club worked with the community to raise funds for the construction. The building was officially opened on April 17, 1988.
Dr. Henry Chapeskie was the first medical practitioner in the Centre and continues to practice there.
Dr. Henry Chapeskie's CV
1999 - Present - Adjunct Professor - Department of Family Medicine, University of Western Ontario
1993 - Present - Civil Aviation Medical Examiner - Transport Canada
1996 - Present - Occupational Health Physician - Diamond Aircraft Industries, London ON
1993 -1999 - Occupational Health Physician - Cold Springs Farm, Thamesford ON
1989 - Present - Hospital Privileges - St. Joseph's Health Centre, London ON
1986 - Family Medicine Residency - University of Saskatchewan (Chief Resident)
1984 - Medical Degree - University of Ottawa
1980 - Bachelor of Science, Honours - University of Ottawa
1979 - Present - Active Pilot (Seaplane/Night Rated)
1976 - Pre-Science at the University of Ottawa
1975 - graduated from Madawaska Valley District High School, Barry's Bay ON