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Date of Birth: 1951
After studying family medicine at the University of Manitoba and McMaster University, Winnipeg-born Dr. Michael Rachlis became a fellow of the Canadian Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1988. He has since worked as a health policy consultant and advisor to the federal government in ten provinces and two territories, in addition to two Royal Commissions. Dr. Rachlis is also the author of three best-sellers on the Canadian healthcare system. Most recently, he was announced as the 2012 Hall Laureate for the Justice Emmett Hall Memorial Foundation for a lifetime of work.