Dr. Anne Doig
MD, CCFP, FCFP, LL D (Hons)
Dr. Anne Doig has been in active full time clinical practice at City Centre Family Physicians in Saskatoon since July 1, 1978.
A Clinical Associate Professor in the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) department of Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Reproductive Sciences, Dr. Doig has been recognized for excellence in teaching by Saskatoon City Hospital and by the Association of Professors of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Dr. Doig is an original contributor to the Advances in Labour and Risk Management (ALARM) program of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada. She continues to teach in the MORE OB program for the Saskatoon Health Region.
Dr. Doig has served her profession in many capacities, including long service to the Saskatchewan Medical Association, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan, and the Canadian Medical Association. She is a Past President of the CMA, chaired its Bylaws Committee, and served on the Board and Board committees.
Dr. Doig is a member of the Board of Directors of STARS (Shock Trauma Air Rescue Society), which provides emergency services to the citizens of Saskatchewan. She was the medical advisor to the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency’s population health division, supporting the breast cancer screening program and assisting in the development and launch of the prevention program for cervical cancer and the screening program for colorectal cancer. Dr. Doig also served on the Board of Directors of Saskatchewan Blue Cross, including chairing its Audit and Legislative and Policy Committees.
In July 2000, under Dr. Doig’s leadership, City Centre Family Physicians adopted an electronic medical record system. Dr. Doig serves on the Board of Directors of Canada Health Infoway, which oversees federal and provincial/territorial investment in health IT. She is a member of the Health Information Advisory Committee for eHealth Saskatchewan.
In 2010, Dr. Doig received a Top 100 Most Powerful Women award from the Women’s Executive Network. Her medical colleagues in Saskatoon honoured her in 2010 with an Exceptional Service Award to the Saskatoon Health Region, and in 2011 she was given an Award of Excellence from the College of Family Physicians of Canada. In 2012, Dr. Doig received a U of S Alumni Achievement Award. In 2013, she received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the University of Saskatchewan.
Anne Doig is an active volunteer and contributor to her community. She serves on the Advisory Board of MEND SK, a program dedicated to preventing childhood obesity. She served for many years on the Boards of the Saskatoon Goldfins Swim Club, Swim Saskatchewan Inc., and Swimming/Natation Canada (SNC). She is a Past President of the Goldfins and of Swim Saskatchewan. She received SNC’s President’s Award in 2003 and both a Sask Sport Volunteer Award and a Saskatchewan Centennial Leadership Award in 2005. As a Level V official, Anne Doig volunteers at local, provincial and national swim competitions. Dr. Doig has served her church in several capacities. She has a lifelong interest in music and the arts and is a member of the U of S University and Community Chorus. Dr. Doig has six adult children and two grandchildren.