Dr. Connie Robinson lives in St. Thomas with her husband Cameron Robinson. She has three children, two who are currently attending university and one who has recently graduated from college in NYC . Dr. Robinson completed her medical training at UWO in 1988 and after working as a locum tenens in St. Thomas area for three years, opened her solo family practice in Shedden in 1991.
D.A Monteith Medical Centre
Shedden is a picturesque rural community located in Elgin County approximately ten miles west of St.Thomas and 15 miles southwest of London. The Monteith Medical Centre was named after the late Dr. David Monteith a family doctor in the community for over 40 years. Dr. Monteith donated the land on which the medical clinic was built with community raised funds in 1986. Shedden is host to Rosy Rhubarb Days , a weekend festival that offers some of the best rhubarb baked goods and even rhubarb sundaes, lots of entertainment and garage sales through the entire village, usually the second weekend in June. Another community festival is the annual Shedden Fair which occurs the last weekend in August and has many events to interest all ages. There is great back road cycling in this area on both paved and gravel roads . The Elgin hiking trail is located in Paynes Mills, a hamlet approximately 3 miles east of Shedden on hwy 3, and it ends in Port Stanley. The countryside is gorgeous and if you find yourself needing a peaceful way to unwind your might just want to explore this great part of southern Ontario.