Sport & Exercise Medicine Physician
Lee completed his clinical sport and exercise medicine fellowship at the University of Toronto (2010). He completed his undergraduate medical training at the University of Toronto, and graduated from family practice residency (CCFP-SEM) at St. Michael’s Hospital in 2009, where he continues to practice comprehensive family medicine. Prior to medical school, Dr. Schofield earned Bachelor of Science and Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology degrees from McMaster University, where his interest in sport medicine began.
Lee’s interests are in both sport medicine and family medicine/obstetrics, and he has clinical experience in exercise guidelines and injuries during pregnancy. Dr. Schofield was a member of the core Canadian medical team for the 2015 Toronto Pan Am Games, 2016 Rio Olympic Games, and 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Games. He was also the co-Chief Medical Officer for the Toronto 2017 Invictus Games. He currently travels with the Skate Canada (Figure Skating) national team, and the Canadian National Women’s Soccer Team. He has previously worked with Diving/Plongeon Canada and Triathlon Canada, and is certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), and Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) and HCP Emergency First Responder.
Dr. Schofield has been the Chief Medical Officer for Team Canada at the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China (2014) and the Winter University Games in Almaty, Kazakhstan (2017) and Krasnoyarsk, Russia (2019), and was a member of the Canadian Medical team at the Summer University Games in Kazan Russia (2013). Dr. Schofield is currently appointed as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family & Community Medicine at the University of Toronto. Lee is part of the medical staff for the U of T Varsity Blues, and works at the U of T MacIntosh sport medicine clinic.
Lee enjoys staying healthy and active, instructing group exercise classes part time, swimming, cycling, running and pursuing distance races in triathlon and running.