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Yukon Representative

Dr. Lindsey Campbell  - Email



Lindsey Campbell is a family physician living in the remote community of Watson Lake, YT for four years after locuming in the Yukon since 2014. She practices full scope general medicine with a special interest in end of life care and medical leadership. When she isn't working she is busy enjoying the outdoors with her husband, two children and two dogs. She loves to hike, kayak, cross-country ski, snowboard and travel abroad.

There are hospitals in Whitehorse (54 beds), Dawson City (6 beds), and Watson Lake (6 beds). Whitehorse has approximately 60 GPs and specialists. Watson Lake has 3 GP’s. Dawson City has 3 GP’s. Mayo also has a physician. Other communities (Carcross, Teslin, Carmacks, Pelly Crossing, Destruction Bay, Haines Junction, Beaver Creek, Faro, Ross River, Old Crow) rely on Community Health Centres, with care mainly delivered by community health nurses and visiting physicians.

Details on services available at each Community Health Centre are available here:

Whitehorse is the main referral centre for the other communities, and Vancouver for more complex cases. Specialist services available in Whitehorse include, amongst others, General Surgery, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Physiatry, Orthopedic Surgery, Anesthesiology, Dermatology, ENT, and Radiology.

A medical license costs $200/year, which is reimbursed fully. A locum license costs $50/year.

For locum opportunities, please see: and

To learn about working in the Yukon, please see

Fee-for-service pay schedule available here:

Provincial and Territorial Representatives are volunteers elected by members as per the by-laws at the annual meeting. Representatives from across the country help to make the work of the Society of Rural Physicians happen. They are your contacts. Please feel free to share information, questions and concerns with them for discussion at quarterly meetings. The outcome will come back to you via the SRPC Newsletter, emails, the RuralMed mailing list, or directly via your representative. We can always use more human resources and ideas. If you have something to contribute, let us know!