Dr. Stéphane Roux

Enrolled in the Canadian Forces as a pilot in 1989, Stéphane Roux obtained his Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Université Laval in 1992 and his helicopter pilot's licence in 1994.  During his six years as a pilot, he served in Haiti and Kosovo and has accumulated more than 2,200 flying hours. He has also served as flight safety officer, public affairs officer, section commander and test pilot.

In 2000, he reoriented his career by joining the military medicine program at Université Laval. He obtained his licence to practice family medicine in 2006, and then served as clinic physician on a military base in Bagotville, where he became chief medical officer.

He was then deployed to the United Arab Emirates before becoming Chief Medical Officer at the Canadian Embassy in Washington. 

From 2015 to 2018, he held the position of Regional Surgeon General for the National Capital and Europe, while commanding the Canadian Forces Health Services Centre in Ottawa, located in the D Wing of the Montfort Hospital. He then served at Canadian Forces Health Services Headquarters in Ottawa. In June 2019, he was promoted to the rank of Surgeon General of the Royal Canadian Air Force.

Dr. Stéphane Roux joins the Montfort team as a family physician and became Chief of Staff in January 2020.