Sub-LHIN Region Leads
The South West LHIN Clinical Leads act as leaders, resources and change champions within their particular area of focus within the health care system.
Dr. Keith Dyke, Grey Bruce Clinical Lead
Dr. Dyke has been practicing medicine for over 14 years with extensive experience in family medicine, emergency medicine and hospital inpatient care. He has been operating a family practice at the Southampton Medical Clinic since 2002. He is currently the Chief Physician for Bruce Power, a Victoria Order of Nurses (VON) Medical Consultant, and a Coroner for the Province of Ontario. Dr. Dyke was elected President of the Bruce County Medical Society in District 3 of the Ontario Medical Association in 2015. He served as a Board Member and Co-President of Medical Staff at Grey Bruce Health Services for three years, and is an Adjunct Professor with both Western University and the University of Toronto. In 2016, he was awarded the Hollister King Teaching Practices Preceptor Award from the University of Toronto for outstanding teaching.
Dr. Gord Schacter, London Middlesex Clinical Lead
In addition to managing his busy medical practice and research interests, Dr. Schacter is the London Middlesex Clinical Lead for the South West LHIN. He has also worked as a LHIN Primary Care Lead, Co-Lead and as the Primary Care Lead for the South West Diabetes Regional Coordinate Centre. He is a Physician Champion with Health Quality Ontario, and an Adjunct Professor in Family Medicine at Western University. He completed his Doctor of Medicine in 1993 and residency training in Family Medicine in 1995 at Western University. Dr. Schacter also has a Master’s Certificate from York University in Physician Leadership.
Dr. Paul Gill, Huron Perth Clinical Lead
Dr. Gill is a family physician with the Maitland Valley Family Health Team in Goderich. In addition to working as a primary care provider, he is the Chief of Anesthesia at the Alexandra Marine and General Hospital, and Chair of Rural Pain Medicine at the Gateway Rural Health Institute. Prior to accepting the role of Huron Perth Clinical Lead, Dr. Gill was the South West LHIN Primary Care Co-Lead for two years, and currently teaches at the University of Toronto. Dr. Gill received his Doctor of Medicine from McMaster University in 2010, and completed his residency and Family Practice Anesthesiology Fellowship at the University of Toronto.
Dr. Jitin Sondhi, Oxford Clinical Lead
Along with working as a family physician in Ingersoll, Dr. Sondhi is the Chief of the Emergency Department at Alexandra Hospital, and an Emergency Physician at Woodstock General Hospital. In addition to these roles, Dr. Sondhi has worked as a palliative care physician at Sakura House for over seven years, and has been an Adjunct Associate Professor at Western University since 2011. Dr. Sondhi received his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Toronto.
Dr. Kellie Scott, Elgin Clinical Lead
Dr. Scott graduated from University of Ottawa with her medical degree in 2003. After completing residency at the University of Western Ontario, she started practicing in St. Thomas in 2006. She is the Lead Physician for the Elmwood Family Health Organization (part of the Thames Valley Family Health Team), Medical Director at a Long-Term Care Facility and works with the Oxford-Elgin Palliative Care Outreach Team. Dr. Scott is a Past-President of the St. Thomas Elgin Medical Association and currently serves as the Ontario Medical Association's District 2 Chair. As an Ontario MD Peer Leader, she engages with physicians to help them use their electronic medical records more efficiently. She is involved in teaching medical students and residents at Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry at Western where students honoured her with a teaching award in 2015. She is active in the St. Thomas and Elgin County community where she works and is raising her family.
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Dr. Ian Ball, Critical Care Lead
Dr. Ball began specializing in critical care medicine in July 2005 as a fellow at the Critical Care Trauma Centre at Victoria Hospital. In 2007, Dr. Ball completed his residency at Western University. He later joined Queen’s University faculty in 2008 with appointments to Critical Care Medicine, Emergency Medicine, and Pharmacology and Toxicology. In 2014, he returned to his home in London to embark on his current career as a Clinician-Researcher in critical care medicine.
Dr. Ball has a wealth of leadership experience including serving on the Trillium Gift of Life Network as a Regional Medical Lead for organ donation, with oversight for 17 Ontario Hospitals. He also chairs the London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) Organ Donor Management Committee, and is Chair of Critical Care Western Research.
Dr. Amit Shah, Emergency Department Lead
Dr. Shah has been practicing emergency medicine in Southwestern Ontario for the past twenty years. Currently, Dr. Shah is a staff emergency physician at St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital (STEGH) and London Health Sciences Centre. He graduated from Western University as a Doctor of Medicine in 1994 and received an Emergency Medicine Fellowship in 1997 from the University of Ottawa. In 1997, he began his work as an emergency physician at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. Soon after in 1999, he started a five year term as Chief of Emergency Medicine at STEGH. Since 2001 he has served as the Emergency Department Alternative Funding Agreement Medical Director for STEGH. During his time working at STEGH, the hospital became a provincial leader in emergency department wait times.
Dr. Shah not only brings a wealth of leadership experience in emergency medicine, he also has extensive experience in research, serving as an Associate Professor at Western University and an Associate Scientist at the Lawson Health Research Institute.
Dr. Louise Moist, Internal Medicine Physician Lead
Dr. Moist began her career as a pharmacist prior to completing her medical education at McMaster University. She completed her Internal Medicine and Nephrology certification, as well as a Masters in Epidemiology and Biostatistics at Western University.
Dr. Moist is active in clinical practice, education, and research, with over 120 peer reviewed academic papers and numerous research grants.
She has received numerous prestigious awards and has played a significant provincial and national leadership role including: Medical Lead for Vascular Access in the Ontario Renal Network, President for the Canadian Organ Replacement Registry and Canadian Society of Nephrology, and Guideline Chair for Management of Anemia in Chronic Kidney Disease and Timing of Dialysis Start.