Dr. Daniel Stewart Macnab
He was big, physically and mentally with a limitless power of work, always animated by a driving passion for medical practice.
Dr. George Douglass Stanley
Dr. E. P. Scarlett, when writing about Dr. George Douglass Stanley, states, “He had high scrupulous standards as a physician and practiced the exacting discipline of his profession all his life...
Dr. Earle Parkhill Scarlett
J.S. Gardner, in the Canadian Bulletin of Medical History, stated, “Earle Parkhill Scarlett was a man of distinction and culture.
Dr. Albert Earl Aikenhead
Dr. Aikenhead had been practicing medicine for ten years when he was asked by Dr. Steward Macnab to help him form Associate Clinic.
Dr. James Scovil Murray
His first practice was in Upham, King’s County, and later, he moved on to Hampton, New Brunswick, before coming to Alberta in 1909.
Dr. William Ayer Lincoln
Dr. Lincoln was one of the founding members of Associate Clinic, and at the Clinic as well as at the Holy Cross Hospital, he was often responsible for taking x-rays.