Scott Daley is a practicing physician in North Bay who is active in the environmental and sustainability movement. He understands the importance of environmental and social justice as a determinate in good health outcomes for the people of Canada and our world.
Dr. Daley received a degree in Biochemistry from the University of New Brunswick and completed medical school at Dalhousie University in Halifax Nova Scotia. He pursued residency training in Family Medicine in Alberta and an additional year of Emergency Medicine Training in Northern Ontario.
Dr. Daley is currently working as an Emergency Room Physician at the North Bay Regional Health Centre and currently serves as the Chief of Emergency Medicine. He previously served on the local board as President of the Medical Staff. He is the founding member of the Ferris Medical Clinic which has been able to attract new physicians to the area and has served as a vital link in providing medical care for patients without access to a family doctor. Scott has been a strong advocate for health promotion and has been actively involved in the campaign for eliminating smoking and junk food from hospitals.
Dr Daley is a founding board member of Transition Town North Bay.