Member, NCCID Advisory Board
Dr. James Irvine has lived and worked in northern Saskatchewan since 1981, first as a family physician, then as the Director of University of Saskatchewan’s Northern Medical Services during its start-up years and since 1985 as northern Saskatchewan’s Medical Health Officer. James works in the Population Health Unit with the three northern health authorities: Mamawetan Churchill River and Keewatin Yatthé Health Regions and Athabasca Health Authority. Dr. Irvine is a specialist in Public Health and Preventive Medicine, a Professor with the University of Saskatchewan’s Department of Family Medicine and an Associate Member of the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology and the School of Public Health. Dr. Irvine is a Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and an Associate member of the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology. He is in the Northern Medical Services (since 1985) as the Medical Health Officer for the three northern Saskatchewan health authorities (Mamawetan Churchill River, Keewatin Yatthé and Athabasca). His office and home is in LaRonge.