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Rotations

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Four-week Community Rotation

The four-week community rotation (which will take place either prior to the two-week family medical centre portion or immediately following) will be spent with a community family physician in London, a family physician in a rural community in SouthWestern Ontario, or with ERMEP, NOSM or ROMP. Students can also request to complete a full six-week rotation at one of these sites.

Please see Community Sites page for a map of our community locations in London and rural as well as practice descriptions for each site.

Two-week Teaching Centre Rotation

The two-week teaching centre rotation will be spent at one of our five teaching centres below. Each student will be assigned a specific preceptor.

Family Medical CentreTime and Place

Byron Family Medical Centre
1228 Commissioners Rd West
London, ON N6K 1C7

Email the Centre contacts one week prior to the start of the rotation if you have not received a notice from them.

Contact: Dawn Leslie or Charlene Leslie

St. Joseph's Family Medical Centre
346 Platt's Lane
London, ON N6J 1J1

Contact: Christie Moore

*Southwest Middlesex Health Centre
(corner of Hwy 81 and Mill Road)
22262 Mill Road
Mount Brydges, ON N0L 1W0

*Mileage reimbursed

Mary-Anne Risser will send you the schedule five days before your rotation.

Contact: Mary-Anne Risser

Victoria Family Medical Centre
60 Chesley Ave
London, ON N5Z 2C1

9:00 am for weekend sign-in rounds in the Board Room at the Centre. An information package will be sent to you one week prior to the rotation.

Contact: Erin Chapman at 519.685.8500 x 71224 or Amanda Grant at 519.685.8500 x 71242.

*Middlesex Centre Regional Medical Clinic
36 Heritage Dr,
Ilderton, ON N0M 2A0

*Mileage reimbursed

Annette Albright will contact you to confirm your rotation and to outline reporting requirements for your first day

Contact: Annette Albright (519) 666-1610


In both the two-week and four-week Family Medicine rotations, students need to contact their assigned family medical centre / community physician prior to their rotation to arrange where and when to meet, and to make special arrangements if the starting date falls on a statutory holiday, or if the student’s one-week holiday time falls during the rotation. This is also your opportunity to clarify any on-call scheduling expectations that may fall on the first few days of your rotation.

Students should contact their preceptors and accommodation providers at least 2 weeks before the start of their rotation.