2007 – Saskatchewan

The early years of Steve’s career took him to the University of Washington as Associate Director in the Tacoma Family Medicine Program. In 1981, he resumed practice at the Saskatoon City Centre Family Physicians.

Steve’s patients and colleagues value his outstanding compassion and high standards of care. Among numerous leadership roles, Steve is an Associate Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan, Past-President of the Saskatchewan College of Family Physicians, and former Chief of the Department of Family Medicine at Saskatoon City Hospital.

Steve has excelled as President of the Congregation Agudas Israel and editor of its award winning newsletter, The Bulletin.

Steve is a supporter of Saskatoon’s B’nai Brith as well as local arts and theatre. He and his wife Leila have two daughters, Sarah and Shaina.

“It is a privilege and an honour to have the care of so many patients entrusted to me. I accept this award only as one of many family physicians who continue to provide continuity and comprehensive care from the newborn to the last days of life. It is rewarding to know that my patients appreciate the role I play in their health care as their family physician.”

Dr Steven Goluboff
Graduate of the University of Saskatchewan 1973
Certificant in Family Medicine 1975
Fellow in Family Medicine 1994



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