Dr. Braden Bouchard
Dr. Brady Bouchard received his medical degree from the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. Having grown up in Saskatchewan, Dr. Bouchard returned to Canada in 2013 to complete his family medicine residency in North Battleford, Saskatchewan. He received his Certification in the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CCFP) in 2015.
Dr. Bouchard has practised as a rural family physician in remote First Nations communities throughout British Columbia and Saskatchewan, and is now in full-time practice with a focus on addiction medicine, hospitalist care, and emergency medicine, in North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Nearing the end of his first five years of practice, he represents new-in-practice family physicians on various committees, including the CFPC’s National Committee on Continuing Professional Development and the First Five Years in Family Practice committee, and was the chair of the Saskatchewan College of Family Physicians’ First Five Years in Family Practice committee.
Dr. Bouchard also serves in a clinical leadership role, as the Northwest Area Department Lead (hospitalist) for the Saskatchewan Health Authority, and in various teaching roles including serving as a faculty advisor with the University of Saskatchewan Family Medicine Residency program.
Dr. Bouchard has served on the CFPC Board of Directors since 2017.