Dr. Cook was born and raised in Dryden. After working in London, Ontario as a chemist, he is happy to be back home as a Family Physician and joined the clinic in the summer of 2012. His practice includes Family Medicine, Emergency and Obstetrics. The Cook family enjoys the community and takes full advantage of Wabigoon Lake for swimming, water skiing and fishing. Along with raising their two children, he and his wife are actively involved in soccer in Dryden as players and coaches.
S. Viherjoki was born and raised in Northwestern Ontario. Graduated from Medical School, Queen’s University in Kingston and completed his family medicine training in Thunder Bay. Married with 2 young children. Enjoys fishing, kayaking/canoeing, hiking, downhill skiing, snowshoeing and watersports. He also enjoys volleyball, Shotokan and Karate. Stephen is 6’6 1/2″ tall and has to duck to enter most doorways. He loves food but particularly pies and cakes, any excuse will do to have cake.
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Dr. Wilson comes from Ear Falls where her large, extended family still lives. She settled in Dryden with her dog, Barclay and enjoys the community life that Dryden offers. Dr. Wilson is a family physician with a large obstetrical practice. Along with her regular practice, she also runs Colposcopy clinics and does ultrasounds at the hospital.
Adam Moir MD, CCFP completed his training at the Northern Ontario Medical School in 2008 and graduated residency in 2011. Prior to entering medical school, he worked as a park interpreter at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park and as a manager at the Vancouver Aquarium. He is married and has 2 small children. His present hobbies include hockey, soccer and snowmobiling on his 1987 Polaris 250.
David Goulet MD CCFP FPA is originally from Thunder Bay. After obtaining his undergraduate Science degree at Lakehead University, he started his medical training in Ottawa and Kingston. He returned to the North in 2010 with his wife and two young children. His practice currently includes anaesthesia and family medicine. His past includes eleven years of military reserve employment. When not working, David enjoys spending time with his family, travelling and playing baseball.