Trevor is a public health and preventative medicine specialist, senior health care executive, and practicing inner-city medicine physician with over 20 years experience in both clinical and administrative practice in British Columbia, Canada. He is a clinical professor at the University of British Columbia’s School of Population and Public Health.
Trevor has worked with numerous health authorities, government agencies, universities, and non-profit organizations across Canada and internationally in various consultant, educational, and senior leadership positions. Most recently Trevor served as vice president population health and chief medical health officer for Interior Health. He is currently working in the offices of British Columbia’s provincial health officer and deputy minister of health as the senior medical advisor for the provincial COVID-19 pandemic response.
Through collaboration and shared decision making, Trevor works with senior leadership, health professionals, and community stakeholders to build compelling narratives for health interventions that lead to positive changes in population health outcomes. In his wide-ranging service to public health care in Canada, Trevor has demonstrated his capacity for integrative leadership, strategic planning, systems thinking, and innovation within complex adaptive systems and learning organizations.
Trevor brings expertise in strategic relationships between population and public health, health policy, executive administration, and the continuum of care to our team. His experience and investment in public health research highlights innovative practice, encourages knowledge mobilization, and advances public health policy.
Trevor is committed to health equity and social justice, community self-determination, and transparency of both intention and practice. These values, and a dedication to inclusion, diversity, and cultural safety, position his public health and administrative practice.
Trevor received his Bachelor in Life Sciences and Doctor of Medicine degrees from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. He then undertook his residency training at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, British Columbia, completing fellowships in both family medicine and public health and preventative medicine, and a Master’s degree in public health and epidemiology.
Trevor is a fellow of both the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the College of Family Practice of Canada.