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Dr. Ron Stewart

Dr. Ron Stewart185.jpgDr. Ron Stewart is a man who followed his passion for medicine. His career took him from small town Cape Breton to downtown Los Angeles where he became a pioneer in Emergency Medicine. He literally wrote the book on training paramedics and went on to found the EMS program at the University of Pittsburgh.

He did a stint as Nova Scotia's Health Minister in the early 90's. And, he's an officer of the Order of Canada and a member of the Order of Nova Scotia.

Dr. Ron Stewart now serves as Professor Emeritus of Emergency Medicine at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. (runs 17:50)

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