Dr. Trevor Corneil is Vice President Population Health and Chief Medical Health Officer for the Interior Health authority of BC.

Dr. Corneil received his BA and MD at Queen’s University. He then joined UBC for his residency training, receiving fellowships in Family Medicine, and Public Health and Preventative Medicine. Dr. Corneil also completed an MHSc degree in public health and epidemiology.

Health equity, proportionate universality, and social justice are common themes across Dr. Corneil’s clinical, administrative, and academic activities. Over the years communities of focus have included: persons with or at higher risk for HIV/AIDS, those with mental health and substance use disorders, person who are street entrenched, transgender adults and youth, and those who self-identify as Aboriginal or Indigenous. Dr. Corneil is currently exploring the similarities, differences, and gaps in social determinants of health for persons living in urban, rural, and remote settings.

phone: 2508687826
Interior Health Corporate Office
505 Doyle Avenue
Kelowna, BC V1Y 0C5
Postgraduate Residency Training

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