Dr. Andrew Armstrong is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine. He also had a previous career as a pharmacist in the military prior to entering medicine. I did my MD at Queen's in 2014 and went on to complete a Family medicine residency at Queen's.
I spent 18 years in the Canadian Armed Forces currently serving as a Medical Officer, previously stationed at 17 Wing Air Force Base Winnipeg 2017-2020. I completed Flight Surgeon and Dive Medicine training through the CAF in 2017/18. I did one tour of duty in Kandahar, Afghanistan 2008, flown on multiple military medevac missions to Eastern Europe and the Balkans 2018-2020. I worked community ER in Manitoba and northwestern Ontario 2017-2020 prior to being accepted by CAF for sponsorship in CCFP(EM) program
My professional interests include military medicine, trauma/resuscitation, and environmental medicine.
I am married to my wife Nicole for 12 years, I have two young boys. Hobbies include cycling, mountain biking, canoeing, camping and spending time outdoors with my family.