- About the Museum
- Operating Team
- In Memoriam
- Seniors' Accessibility Plan
- Rent the Museum
|Administration & Visitor Services|
|Museum Manager & Program Director||Kevin Moorhouse|
|Education & Communications Coordinator||Darragh De Groot|
|Public Programs Assistants (Queen's Work Study 2019-20)||Nadejda Boev|
|Alternative Practicum Student (2020)||Justin Ao|
|Collections Manager||Kathy Karkut|
|Collections Technician (Queen's Work Study 2019-20)||Shaelyn Ryan|
|Collections Technician (Algonquin College Field Placement)||Zane Smith|
|Queen's HIST-212 Intern (2020)||Kaelynn Anderson|
|Collections Assistant (Volunteer)||Elyse Bell|
|Margaret Angus Research Fellowship|
|Fellowship Supervisor||Jane Errington|
|Curator Emerita||Rona Rustige|
Board of Directors
MSc'70, MD'75. Career in Family and Emergency Medicine, Clinical Research and as a Senior Executive. Member Ontario and Canadian Medical Associations. Fellow/Life member College Family Physicians. Member of University Council and Advancement committees for Dean of Health Sciences and Museum of Healthcare.
Ian M. Fraser (President)
A senior development officer in higher education, healthcare and the arts for more than 30 years, Ian has helped organizations in healthcare, education, community and the arts raise more than $275 million in private gift support. He currently serves as a consultant in philanthropy to charities and donors, and as the Director, Philanthropic Services for Gift Funds Canada. A Fellow for Life of the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP), Ian is recognized internationally for his expertise in all aspects of strategic planning for not-for-profit organizations, resource development and gift planning.
Dr. Ian Gemmill is the former Medical Officer of Health for Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Public Health, where he served from 1997 until his retirement in 2017. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Medicine at Queen’s University at Kingston, Ontario, a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in Public Health & Preventive Medicine, an Honorary Life Member of the Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA), and a Fellow of the College of Family Physicians of Canada. Dr. Gemmill has had 36 years of experience in public health in Ontario and continues to work in the system. He is the past chair of the National Advisory Committee on Immunisation (NACI) and was a member for over 17 years. Currently, Dr. Gemmill is the chair of NACI’s working group on influenza vaccine.
Hugh Gorwill (Secretary)
Hugh Gorwill graduated in medicine from the University of Western Ontario. After residency at Western and Queen’s he became a Fellow in reproductive endocrinology at the University of Michigan. He is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada in Ob Gyn and a Diplomate of the American Board of Ob Gyn. After a professional life at Queen’s he is now a Queen’s Professor Emeritus.
Kate received her Bachelor of Arts degree from McMaster University in 2006 and graduated from Queen’s University Law School in 2010. Kate completed her articles at Mackillop Law Professional Corporation, where she returned as a lawyer after her call to the Bar in 2011. She is currently developing a general litigation practice in the areas of workplace law, including labour and employment law, health and safety, workplace safety insurance, and human rights.
Born and raised in Kingston, he is a graduate of Queen's University and Dalhousie University. Crossing the Atlantic, he also earned a MA in Jurisprudence from Oxford University. He was elected Member of Parliament for Kingston-and-the-Islands in 1988. Local voters returned him in 1993, 1997, 2000, 2004, 2006 and 2008, making him the longest-serving MP in Kingston's history. In 2001, MPs elected Mr. Milliken their Speaker. He was acclaimed to the prestigious and crucial House of Commons post in 2004. After the 2006 and 2008 general elections, Mr. Milliken was again elected speaker. In 2009 he surpassed the previous record and became the longest-serving Speaker in Canadian history.
Michelle Podhy (Treasurer)
Michelle Podhy, a Chartered Professional Accountant, is recently retired and was formerly the Office Managing Partner of KPMG Kingston, where she was an audit partner for the past 20 years. She completed a six year term with KPMG Canada’s Board of Directors. Michelle was with KPMG for 35 years since her graduation from Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) degree. Michelle has extensive experience in auditing public sector and not-for-profit organizations. This experience involves all aspects of audit planning, control and reporting, including liaison with audit committees, councils and boards of directors for large public sector clients in higher education, health care, municipal, foundations and other not-for-profits. She has always lived in the Kingston area and has many years of experience working as a volunteer for many not-for-profit organizations. Michelle currently serves on boards for the St. Lawrence College, Anna & Edward C. Churchill Foundation and the Fairfield-Gutzeit Society.
Eleanor Rivoire (Vice-President)
Eleanor is a former senior hospital executive with more than 35 years experience within the clinical, education and administrative domains of health care and professional practice. Recently retired from Kingston General Hospital, she continues as an independent healthcare advisor and is currently involved in activities with the Canadian Patient Safety Institute, the Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement and Accreditation Canada. She has a keen interest and expertise in transforming the patient experience with a focus on patient and family centred care, as well as with models of interprofessional practice and education. She is engaged in managing changes that bring about policy and process improvements within healthcare and professional practice, and result in improved quality and safety outcomes.
Sherri is a graduate of the Kingston General Hospital School of Nursing, but did post education at the university of Ottawa. She taught nursing at The Hospital for Sick Children, and enjoyed inserting historical anecdotes to the students.
Walter Rosser has helped to advance the field of Family Medicine and has contributed to the evolution of primary care research in Canada. He has been building mechanisms for the review and evaluation of health care systems, notably helping to establish practice based research networks in Canada. Professor and chair, he has led faculties in Ottawa, McMaster, Toronto and Queen's and has long promoted evidence based medicine in his field. A leader in primary care reform, he has influence policy and guidelines not only in Canada but also in many countries around the world.
Dr. Kim Turner is an Anesthesiologist and Associate Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine with a Cross-Appointment to Public Health Sciences at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. Kim also serves as the Medical Lead for the Queen’s University Master’s of Healthcare Quality and as a Fellow of the American Society of Anesthesiologists’ Wood-Library Museum where she continues committee work. Upon resigning her position as Archivist from the Canadian Anesthesiologist’s Society, Dr. Turner created the Society’s Committee on Archives and Artefacts where she remains an active member. As a past Guest Curator of the Museum of Health Care, it is important to Kim not only to preserve our medical heritage, but also to communicate its existence to others.
The Museum acknowledges with gratitude the contract professionals and volunteers who have contributed to the development of the Museum and its programs.