Brian Knott

Brian Knott


Brian was appointed to the Board of Directors of Bluewater Health in June 2014. He has served on all Board Sub-Committees and held various leadership positions including Chair of the Quality and Governance & Nominating Committees, and Vice-Chair, in addition to serving as the Bluewater Health Board representative on the Bluewater Health Foundation Board from 2015 to 2021. Brian was appointed Chair of the Board of Directors in June 2020 and also serves on the Quality Committee and Governance and Nominating Committee.

Brian retired as City Solicitor and City Clerk for the City of Sarnia in 2014.  During his career, Brian also acted in the capacity of Acting City Manager and served as a member and Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors for the Ontario Municipal Insurance Exchange (OMEX), a municipal insurance reciprocal.

Brian has been active in local community groups sitting on the Board and Executive of the Inn of the Good Shepherd and the Family Counselling Centre Board for a number of years.

Brian is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor of Arts, and the University of Windsor holding a Juris Doctor Degree.

Prior to moving to Sarnia, Brian held the position of Solicitor/Clerk for the City of Chatham and the Municipality of Chatham-Kent for 18 years. During that time he held community leadership roles as President of the Kiwanis Club and Mental Health Kent.

Brian and his wife Beth live in Bright’s Grove where they enjoy the nearby golf course, the nature trail, and beautiful Lake Huron. They have two adult children who live in Toronto.

Maps & Directions

Bluewater Health’s programs and services are distributed across two locations, Bluewater Health in Sarnia and Charlotte Eleanor Englehart Hospital of Bluewater Health in Petrolia. 

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Emergency Care

Bluewater Health’s Emergency Department (ED) provides safe, quality emergency nursing and medical care to patients.

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Patient Virtual Visit

Due to COVID-19, Bluewater Health currently has restrictions in place limiting family support and visiting in the hospital – but that doesn't mean you can't connect with your loved ones. Please let us know if you would like to schedule a 15-minute virtual visit with a loved one in hospital.

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Compliments & Concerns

We are always looking for ways to improve, and welcome your questions, comments, suggestions and concerns. If you’re in hospital, please speak to the hospital staff.

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