2020 Tournament photos

Thank you Don Weixl Photography. To relive the fun, download photos!https://www.flickr.com/gp/donweixl/83FKDY

Teams and Awards https://www.flickr.com/gp/donweixl/RX186i

Extras: https://www.flickr.com/gp/donweixl/sGtH60

2020 Medical Symposium

2020 CME Speakers March 6 at 7:00pm
Dr. Andre Pickersgill
Mental Health – Let’s Talk! Getting comfortable with talking about mental health in and out of the office

Dr. Sean Patrick
In-flight Medical Emergencies

Dr. Donovan MacDonald
Teaching Strategies in the 21st Century

2020 Guest Speaker March 7 at 6:30pm
Hayley WickenheiserOlympic gold medalist, Hockey Hall of Famer, author and motivational speaker

Seven World Championships; Six Olympic appearances; Five Olympic medals; Four Olympic Gold Medals – Hayley Wickenheiser is a titan of sport and a leader both on and off the ice.

Most recently recognized by her peers by her induction to the Hockey Hall of Fame, her hockey IQ is highly respected in all areas of both the female and male game. She has played in or coached at four NHL development camps with the Philadelphia Flyers, the Edmonton Oilers and the Toronto Maple Leafs, the first woman in history to have done so. She also holds the records for the most assists, points and goals for the Canadian Women’s National Team.

Hayley joined the Canadian Women’s National Team at just 15 years old and had a career spanning 23 years, retiring in 2017 to begin her pursuit of a career in medicine, which she is currently studying at the University of Calgary. She is a member of the Order of Canada, a member of the IOC Athlete’s Commission, founder of The Canadian Tire Wickenheiser Female Hockey Festival, the Vice Chair of the Calgary 2026 Bid Committee, and most importantly, a mom to her grown son Noah.

Photo and Bio Credits to Dave Holland

2015 Vernon Search and Rescue Donation

The Vernon Doctor’s society donates $5000 from its 2015 tournament to Vernon Search and Rescue “Heli Winch Project”IMG_0079


Annual registration begins Nov. 1 for teams and closes Dec. 1.  Registration requires a $500 deposit which will be returned at or following the tournament when all team members have paid and the team has completed their roster.

To form a new team, you must have a physician goalie and team made up of entirely physicians.  Register the team between Nov. 1 and Dec. 1 with a $500 deposit.  Have team members register themselves online after Dec. 1.

Skills assessment form should be filled out by team captains and returned to the organizing committee by Jan. 30 in order to assist with scheduling as teams are tiered by level of skill and placed in appropriate conferences.

Individual registration is done online with an early bird price discount if this is done prior to Feb. 1.

Students are admitted free to the tournament but must register as such online.

2014 Final Standings

OSLER Conference

Surrey Concrete

2. Fraser Valley
3. Kelowna Ducks
4. Full Release
BANTING Conference

Capital Offence

2. Vernon Space Docs
3. North Stars
4. Pedihatrick
McKenzie Division

Kitsilano Whalers

2. Kamloops Vipers
3. Vernon Mental Health
4. Kelowna Handidarts
GRIFFITH Conference

Vancouver Island Pylons

2. Nanaimo
3. Tofino Hawks
4. Vancouver Flatliners
NAISMITH Conference

Salmon Arm SilverQuacks

2. New Westminster Royals
3. Pedialyte
4. Pr. George Mighty Moose
McRae Division

Monte Creek Pythons

2. Lumby General Hospital
3. Sechelt Coaster
4. Oak Bay Wanderers