Dr. Paul Dhillon
Consultant in Disaster, Military, and Austere Medicine
Dr. Paul Dhillon is Co-Founder of The Review Course in Family Medicine and a Family Medicine/ER Physician in British Columbia. He has been recognized on multiple occasions by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Canadian Medical Association for his leadership and educational endeavors. A passionate educator he teaches across the country and is the author of multiple books. Most recently, The Surprising Lives of Small Town Doctors was published by the University of Regina Press, a book that chronicles the exciting stories of small town doctors across Canada. Outside of his civilian career, he is a Reservist Medical Officer and Captain with 12 Field Ambulance, Canadian Armed Forces, in Vancouver BC and served as Senior Medical Authority for domestic Arctic exercises. After completing his medical studies at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland he completed a Master’s in Disaster Medicine and studied at the London School of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, completing their diploma course before serving as an Ebola Doctor in Sierra Leone during the last Ebola epidemic. He currently enjoys playing soccer with the Canadian Men’s Medical Soccer team and raising his son, Darragh with his Irish wife on the west coast of Canada.