Dr. Bob Mullan was raised in Dartmouth, NS and has practiced family medicine in Kentville, NS for the last twenty-two years. He is a graduate of St. Mary’s and Dalhousie Universities, Halifax, NS.
While building his medical practice, Bob became involved in the treatment of drug and alcohol addictions and earned a certificate in addiction medicine. He is a former medical director of the Regional Addictions Treatment Program. Bob is currently serving as the medical advisor for the Western Region of Home Care Nova Scotia, medical director of Kings Regional Rehabilitation Centre and Medical Examiner for Kings County.
Bob has earned respect in the medical community as Past President of the Medical Society of Nova Scotia and Board Member of the Canadian Medical Association. Bob chaired Corrections Canada’s Health Care Advisory Committee. Visiting federal correctional institutions, across Canada, Bob gained great insight in how improvements to the judicial system may be implemented.
A strong and dedicated campaigner for the sustainability of Medicare, Bob, has taken an active role in advocating health care issues with all levels of government.
Committed to his profession, community and family, Dr. Bob Mullan earned the Conservative nomination in April 2004 for the riding of Kings-Hants.
With a keen interest in political affairs, Dr. Bob Mullan is currently a director of the Kings North Progressive Conservative Association (provincial) and a director of the Kings-Hants Conservative Association. He served as Vice President of the former Kings-Hants Progressive Conservative Association.
Active in his community, Bob has served as a Board Member of Family & Children’s Services Society of Kings County, Board Member of Valley Health Services Association, a Scout Troop leader and a cantor and choir member of his church.
Bob is married to Linda, an acclaimed artist, and has three grown children, daughters Kate and Erin and son Jim.