Dr. Joel Schindel – Energetic, compassionate, caring and down to earth are just a few words used to describe the man behind the idea for the CICC Clinic model. His interest in Indigenous health was sparked during his rural medicine rotation when he was first introduced to the nearby First Nations community. His passion for bringing a unique health care model to these communities is what motivated him to create the CICC Clinic model. Born and raised in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan, Dr. Schindel lives in Saskatoon with his growing young family and is an active member in the community.
Model for Your Community
Working to alleviate some of the challenges faced by First Nations Communities, the CICC Clinic Model aims to empower the communities we serve in a collaborative, holistic and culturally safe manner. Currently serving the One Arrow First Nation as well as in an urban setting once weekly at Oskayak High School in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
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