Dr. Jennifer Bondy
Dr. Jennifer Bondy attended Queen’s University for her undergraduate studies, followed by Western University, where she received a master’s degree in epidemiology and biostatistics and completed medical school. Dr. Bondy received her Postgraduate Medical Training from McMaster University. Her clinical roles and experience include nearly a decade in family medicine as well as a dedication to providing medical services to people experiencing homelessness. Aside from clinical practice, Dr. Bondy dedicates time to teaching and research through her roles as an Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor at University of Windsor and an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at Western University, where she is the Academic Director of Undergraduate Family Medicine for the Windsor Campus. Finally, in addition to her role as a board member with the OCFP, Dr. Bondy lends her time and expertise to the eHealth Centre of Excellence in Kitchener as a physician advisor, and the Windsor shelter health initiative as the physician lead. Her former leadership positions include work with the Windsor-Essex OHT, Erie-St. Clair Primary Care Action Table of the COVID-19 Non-Hospital Pandemic Planning Committee, and the Amherstburg Family Health Team board of directors, among others. Currently, Dr. Bondy practices at CMHA Health Centre in Windsor and dedicates a half-day per week to both the Homelessness and Housing Help Hub and the Welcome Centre Shelter for Women and Families in Windsor.