Dr Lee Schofield is a family physician with a focused practice in sport and exercise medicine, currently practicing in both fields in Toronto. Lee currently works as an academic family physician at St. Michael’s Hospital, and in sport and exercise medicine at the University of Toronto and in the community. He has an interest in a variety of sport groups, but has a particular interest in exercise in pregnancy.
Dr. Schofield is currently part of the PGY3 sport and exercise medicine enhanced skills committee, and actively works with these residents in both their family medicine and sport and exercise medicine training. In addition to working in Toronto, Dr. Schofield is a team physician with the Canada’s national figure skating team, and is also the lead physician for the Canada Soccer Women’s Excel Under 20 program. He has a personal interest in endurance sports, and has been able to blend it with work by volunteering at several triathlon events as physician. Dr. Schofield most recently had the honour of representing Canada as part of the core health services team at the Kazan 2013 Summer University Games, the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games, and the Rio 2016 Olympics, and as the Chief Medical Officer for the Almaty 2017 Winter University Games.