Dr. Marc Gosselin is SiriusMedx Medical Director and new President. He is trained in family Medicine with a certification in Emergency Medicine , Mountain Medicine and Sports Medicine. He has worked for the last 20 years as an emergency physician in the Laurentians. From 2000 to 2008, he was director of the department of Emergency Medicine at Saint-Jérôme Hospital and then transferred to Ste-Agathe-des-Monts Hospital until 2017. In addition to being medical director for Sirius, Dr. Gosselin is also medical director for the Centre de médecine sportive des Laurentides (CMSL) and for Ironman Mont-Tremblant. He is a member of the Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine, the Association Québécoise des Médecins du Sport as well as the Wilderness Medical Society. Dr. Gosselin has worked as a visiting physician in numerous locations in Canada’s northern regions. He has an extensive personal background in outdoor pursuits and sports, as a triathlete, mountain biker, mountaineer, rock climber, telemarker and ski instructor.
Carl supervises the implementation of SiriusMedx’s medical practices in remote clinical environments. He recruits, trains and supervises our pool of nurses, paramedics and other medical support personnel and he advises our clients on occupational health and safety requirements and medical service needs.
Carl has a bachelor degree in nursing sciences from the University of Montreal. He has more than 20 years of clinical nursing experience, including in emergency medicine, critical care and remote community medicine. He also has extensive experience in nursing management. Before joining SiriusMedx, Carl was a nursing consultant in the Jewish General Hospital’s Emergency Department and more recently at the CSSS des Sommets in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts where he supported nurses throughout the Laurentian hospital sector. Among other positions held over the years, he was also head nurse at the Tullatakik Health Center in Ungava Bay, Northern Quebec as well as manager of the CSSS des Sommets pharmacy.
Yannick supervises the operations and logistics for all Sirius Medical Support Services across Canada and in the North. He provides training and support for our medical field staff and contributes to our curriculum development and special projects.
He has a diploma in business administration and extensive experience as a remote site medic and risk management consultant. He is a senior SiriusMedx instructor and teaches the full range of our remote worksite safety programs, from wilderness first aid to search and rescue and wilderness readiness.
Jean-François is our new director of business development and training programs. He has twenty years of professional experience in representation and sales, particularly in the SÉPAQ national parks. He is distinguished by his extensive knowledge of the tourism and outdoor industry.
His expertise is put to use in the organization of our training, the customer experience and in the development of our business relations. Recognized for his innovative ideas and his versatility, this is the man with whom you have to communicate for the organization of your training!
Nancy is responsible for SiriusMedx office administration, accounts and customer relations and liaises with clients, instructors and suppliers. She also provides support to SiriusMedx’s recruiting initiatives and human resource management. Nancy has more than twenty years’ experience in business administration, accounting, media relations and customer relations.
Sonia is responsible for equipment logistics. She oversees the maintenance and shipping of all SiriusMedx’s equipment and supplies for both the training and medical support departments. She has a Bachelor degree in Administration from the Université du Québec à Montréal and has managed numerous projects over the years, including in textiles, fashion design and computer graphics. In addition to her exceptional organizational skills and boundless energy, Sonia is also passionate about the outdoors and adventure sports.
Bob Washer founded Sirius Wilderness Medicine in 1990. He has more than 30 years experience in the design and implementation of risk management and health and safety programs. He has published numerous articles on topics related to wilderness emergency care, risk management and health and safety for remote environments and regularly delivers lectures and seminars at major conferences across Canada.
Bob graduated from the University of Calgary Outdoor Pursuit Program in 1985 and worked in outdoor education for many years, including as Instructor and Director of the Outdoor Education Program at John Abbott College and Founder and Director of the Norwood Outdoor Education and Conference Centre. Bob has extensive international travel and programming experience and led groups to more than 65 countries around the world as the former Director of the widely acclaimed sail training program Class Afloat. .