Dr. Taylor Lougheed
Dr. Taylor Lougheed completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Guelph before moving on to Queen’s University to complete both his medical degree and a Master of Science in Healthcare Quality. He completed his family medicine residency at the University of Toronto and additional training in emergency medicine at the University of Ottawa. Over the course of his career, Dr. Lougheed has practiced emergency medicine, sports medicine, family medicine and has previously served on the Ontario Consent and Capacity Board. He currently holds academic appointments at the University of Ottawa, Northern Ontario School of Medicine, and Queen’s University, and has been a clinical supervisor at The Ottawa Hospital, CHEO, and the North Bay Regional Health Centre. Dr. Lougheed has been asked to make dozens of presentations and has published several manuscripts, many of which focus on the use of cannabis in medical practice. In addition to his board responsibilities with the OCFP, Dr. Lougheed also serves with the Children’s Aid Society of the District of North Bay and Parry Sound, North Bay Physicians Local Education Group, CAEP Antiracism and Anticolonialism Committee and many others. Dr. Lougheed lives and works in North Bay where he practices sports medicine at SportMed+, emergency medicine at North Bay Regional Health Centre, is a locum for family practice in North Bay, acts as a Director of Global Health at University of Ottawa Department of Family Medicine, and a Co-Director at uOttawa-Guyana Family Medicine Training Program.