Board of Directors 2018-09-25T11:23:03+00:00

Board of Directors

Meet our Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is the governing body of the Wawa Family Health Team and is responsible for exercising governance authority and setting policy direction.

Dr. Jun Park – Board Chair

Bio Coming Soon.

Christopher Stamler

Dr. Christopher Stamler – Vice Chair

Dr. Chris Stamler is a graduate of the University of Toronto Medicine School and the Queen’s Family Medicine Residency Program. Prior to starting medicine, he completed a Bachelor of Science and a Master’s degree in Biochemistry at the University of Ottawa. Dr. Stamler has a PhD in Human Nutrition from McGill University where he studied health impacts of environmental pollutants on arctic and rural communities. Dr. Stamler is married and has two young daughters. He grew up in Ottawa, Ontario. As a teenager he earned his private and commercial pilot’s license and always dreamed of becoming a bush pilot so he could live in Northern Ontario. When he’s not at the Lady Dunn Health Centre, he would like to be found paddling, trail running, skiing, camping or climbing.

Tracy Amos – Treasurer

Bio Coming Soon.

Mike Cotterill

Dr. Mike Cotterill – Board Member

Dr. Mike Cotterill is a family doc who has been practising – along with his wife, Dr. Anjali Oberai – in Wawa for 17 years. A graduate of the University of Ottawa, Dr. Cotterill worked as a locum before settling in Wawa. His work interests include endoscopy and emergency medicine. His hobbies include just about anything outdoors.

Julie Hunter Photo

Julie Hunter – Board Member

Julie Hunter has been a Registered Nurse since 1993. She first worked in Texas and Connecticut in Paediatric Intensive Care Units. In 1996 she attained her Critical Care Paediatric Nursing certification (AACN). Once her family moved back to Ontario, in 2005 she transferred to Nephrology and specialized in caring for neonates to seniors in hemodialysis units. She worked in acute care centres as well as satellite units for 12 years. During this time she attained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Canadian Nurses Association Certification in Nephrology. While acquiring her Nurse Practitioner certification, Julie worked two weeks to month-long assignments in an advanced nursing role under physician medical directives in fly-in only Health Canada First Nation Nursing Clinics in Ontario. After a three month NP assignment in Attawapiskat, in summer 2017 Julie settled into her new Primary Care Nurse Practitioner role at the Lady Dunn Health Centre and Wawa Family Health Team. Her current learning objective is advancing her education and supportive role in all aspects of mental health for children, adolescents and young adults.

Julie is joined by her husband and youngest son. Her two daughters are attending post secondary schools in southern Ontario. She advocates for and achieves an active healthy lifestyle.