Critical Care Medicine (Adult) Residency Program

Overview

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The Critical Care Medicine (Adult) Residency Program at McMaster University is a vibrant, collegial and academic group within the Department of Anesthesia. The CCM Residency Program is an accredited program that strives to create an environment that is conducive for the development of critical care specialists who place an emphasis on patient-centred care, clinical expertise, communication and professionalism. The Program office and teaching facilities are based out of the McMaster Campus of Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) but all CCM trainees rotate through St. Joseph’s Healthcare as well as the Juravinski and General sites of HHS.

We accept trainees from various base specialties including Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Anesthesia, Emergency Medicine, and Cardiac Surgery. Trainees from other specialties are also eligible to apply if all requisite rotations are completed. Canadian medical graduates are eligible to through CaRMS if all requisite rotations are completed. We accept 3-4 CaRMS applicants and approximately 2 international medical graduates per year. Please feel free to contact us regarding Program itself or the application process.

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Dr. John Centofanti, MD, MHM, FRCPC

Assistant Professor
Anesthesiology & Critical Care Medicine
Program Director, Critical Care Medicine Residency Program McMaster University
RM. 2V15 c/o Dept. of Anesthesia
1280 Main St. W.
Hamilton, ON L8S 4K1
Tel: 905.521.2100 Ext. 75180
Fax: 905.523.1224
Email: john.centofanti@medportal.ca

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Mrs. Sarah Richardson, BA

Program Assistant

Critical Care Medicine Residency Program McMaster University

RM. 2V15 c/o Dept. of Anesthesia

1280 Main St. W.

Hamilton, ON L8S 4K1

Tel: 905.521.2100 Ext. 75180

Fax: 905.523.1224

Email: srichar@mcmaster.ca

Residency Program

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Oversight of the program is provided by the Residency Program Committee (RPC). This committee meets at least 4 times per year to discuss and review all issues that may impact residency training and education. This committee is comprised of several faculty members that represent each of the roles within the program. Resident representation is provided by the Chief Resident (appointed position) and the elected representatives from each year of training, as well as from the IMG member of the RPC.

The Program is administered by the Residency Program Committee (RPC), headed by the Program Director, within the Department of Anesthesia at McMaster University. This committee is composed of faculty representatives from each participating institution as well as elected and appointed resident representatives. The RPC meets at least 4 times per year to discuss and review issues that may impact residency training and education. Consequently, our program has been successful in working with our community partners in order to better provide trainees with a community experience. Dr. Sameer Shaikh, from Joseph Brant Hospital in Burlington, is currently the community representative helping to achieve this goal.

RPC Membership 2020/2021

  • Chair – Dr. John Centofanti, Program Director
  • Program Administrator – Mrs. Sarah Richardson (ex officio) Postgraduate Dean – Dr. Parveen Wasi (ex officio)
  • Academic Department Chair – Dr. James Paul (ex officio)
  • Site Educational Coordinator (HGH West) – Dr. Julian Owen
  • Site Educational Coordinator (HGH East/South) – Dr. Sunjay Sharma Site Educational Coordinator (JHCC) – Dr. Timothy Karachi
  • Community ICU Representative – Dr. Sameer Shaikh (ex officio)
  • Competence Committee Chair – Dr. Jill Rudkowski
  • Academic Curriculum Lead – Dr. Heather Whittingham
  • Research Lead – Dr. Bram Rochwerg
  • Member at Large (HHS) – Dr. Paul Engels
  • Member at Large (SJH) – Dr. Waleed Alhazzani
  • Appointed Resident Representative – Chief Resident – Dr. Michael Mikhaeil
  • Elected Resident Representatives –
    • Year 1 – Dr. Natasha Ovtcharenko
    • IMG – Dr. Mohammed Alfawaz
  • Ombudsperson – Dr. Craig Ainsworth (ex officio)

Education Program

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The Critical Care Medicine Residency Program has a very diverse educational curriculum with training being delivered in several different formats. Each aspect is intended to complement the others and fulfill the Objectives of Training in Adult Critical Care Medicine as set by the RCPSC.

Academic Half-Day Curriculum - This weekly teaching session occurs each Tuesday afternoon from 1:00 pm until 4:00 pm in Room 2V3 (Department Resident Room) at the McMaster Campus, or currently, via Zoom. The topics and the expert lecturers are organized by the Program Director as well as the CCM residents. Also included in this series is a knowledge review session that is resident-driven. This component is also specifically intended to better prepare the residents for the critical care certification examination.

ACES Course -

Bedside Teaching Experience - Each resident spends a minimum of 15 months in the McMaster teaching hospitals. CCM residents are expected to function in the capacity of both learner and educator simultaneously. This provides the opportunity to develop, expand and solidify your skills in patient management, supervision of housestaff & on-site physicians, administration of a multidisciplinary ICU and to interact with the many health care professionals essential to the functioning of such an ICU.

We continue to provide a robust academic curriculum to our trainees. In

addition, all trainees enrolled in the program must complete the Acute Critical Events

Simulation (ACES) course, as well as attend the national conference (CCCF) and Canadian

Critical Care Review (CCCR).

Conferences - Each resident is expected to attend the Canada Critical Care Forum each year in Toronto (registration is paid for by the Program). As well, each resident is encouraged and provided with limited funding to attend another major critical care conference. Additional funding is provided if a resident is presenting original research at a conference.

Formal Junior Resident Education - CCM residents are expected to take part in the formal education of the junior residents rotating in the ICU. A weekly rotating resident round occurs each Tuesday following the academic half-day. It is teleconferenced to the rotating residents at each site. These rounds are attended and evaluated by faculty.

Journal Club - This event is held approximately every second month at a hospital site. These sessions provide an opportunity to discuss important literature and to practice methods of critical appraisal with the participation of all CCM residents as well as faculty. Guest experts are invited to provide editorial on the discussed topics.

Regional Rounds

This event is also held approximately every second month. The format varies between topic- oriented presentations, patient management problems, and research topics relevant to critical care. Guest speakers are often invited to present topics of interest for these rounds.

Simulation Program -

Simulation training has become an integral part training in critical care. Several CCM faculty are trained simulation instructors. The Clinical Learning Centre at the McMaster Campus enables simulation training with various activities: course in Acute Critical Events Simulation (ACES), Crisis Resource Management, advance airway skills, as well as other sessions that strengthen leadership and communication skills.

Workshop Series (new)
These series of sessions provides residents with more “hands-on” learning in the technical skills that have become the cornerstone of critical care. Topics to be scheduled are:

  1. i)  Ultrasonography in the ICU

  2. ii)  CRRT management & operation

  3. iii)  Mechanical ventilation

Throughout each academic year, the program provides the trainees with

high-fidelity simulation sessions to enhance and assess their skill set.

Competency Based Medical Education CBME is a framework of education which focuses on both the process & outcomes of training.

An outcomes-based approach to the design, implementation, assessment, and evaluation of a

medical education program using an organizing framework of competencies. Competency by

Design (CBD) is the Royal College’s version of CBME.

Stages of CBD

Stage 1: Transition to Discipline (TTD): emphasizes orientation and assessment of new trainees

arriving from various schools and programs.

Stage 2: Foundations of Discipline (FOD): broad-based competencies that every trainee must acquire before moving on to advanced, discipline-specific competencies. This stage covers essential competencies that make up the majority of a discipline.

Stage 3: Core of Discipline (COD): covers the core competencies that majority of a discipline

Stage 4: Transition to Practice (TTP): senior trainee demonstrates readiness for autonomous practice.

Clinical Rotations

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Our Program at McMaster University provides its clinical experience at the teaching hospitals in the city of Hamilton, Ontario. Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) and St. Joseph’s Healthcare represent the affiliated teaching hospitals. HHS has 3 acute care institutions: General Campus, Juravinski Campus, and McMaster Campus.

HHS General Campus

The General Site was founded in 1848 as the first hospital in Hamilton as the Hamilton General Hospital. It is a regional centre of excellence in cardiovascular care, neurosciences, trauma and burn treatment. It is also a research centre, home to the Population Health Research Institute and the development of the future David Braley Cardiac, Vascular and Stroke Research Institute.

The General Site is a regional centre of excellence for several clinical services including the following types of care:

General medical care
General surgical care
Trauma
Neurosciences (Neurology/Stroke Unit, Spine Surgery and Neurosurgery) Cardiovascular medicine (Heart Investigation Unit)

Cardiovascular surgery Vascular surgery
Burn unit

This site has more than 300 acute care beds. There is a 16-bed ICU (ICU East) and a 10-bed ICU (ICU South) which accommodate the care of most critically ill patients at this site. These two units have expertise in the care of neurosurgical, vascular and trauma patients as well as general medical-surgical experience. The Regional Burn Unit is associated with ICU South. This

site is also the regional referral centre for cardiovascular medicine and surgical care. The Heart Investigation Unit consists of 4 catheterization laboratories and a 32-bed recovery unit. There are 9 interventional cardiologists and 6 cardiac surgeons. The cardiovascular ICU (ICU West) is an 18-bed unit caring for such patients.

The attending ICU staff include faculty from Anesthesia, Medicine and Surgery. The intensivists rotate on a weekly basis, from Thursday to Thursday. The Site Director of ICU East and ICU South is Dr. Sunjay Sharma and the Site Director of ICU West is Dr. Julian Owen.

HHS Juravinski Campus

The Henderson Site began as the Mount Hamilton Hospital in 1911 and served the veterans of the first war. In 1954, the Henderson General Hospital opened as a 322-bed hospital. Through the years the Henderson has become an integral part of the mountain community and supports the Juravinski Cancer Centre. As of 2011, the newly constructed Juravinski Hospital with a state-of-the-art ICU has been fully functional.

The Juravinski Site has more than 300 beds and a 19-bed ICU. This site provides acute inpatient and palliative care, diagnostic services and an educational environment to support the needs of patients requiring the following types of care:

General medical care
General surgical care
Advanced digestive diseases care (including regional gastroenterology program) Hepatobiliary surgery
Colorectal surgery
Hematology and hematologic oncology (including BMT program)
Regional plasmapheresis program
Medical oncology
Radiation oncology
Major gynecologic surgery
Orthopedic surgery

The attending ICU staff include faculty from Respiratory Medicine, Anesthesiology, Gastroenterology, and General Medicine. The intensivists rotate on a weekly basis, from Friday to Friday. The Site Director is Dr. Tim Karachi.

HHS - McMaster Campus

Located next to McMaster University in west Hamilton, McMaster University Medical Centre (MUMC) opened in 1972. This site is home to Women’s Health services including high-risk obstetrics and gynecology. This site also houses the McMaster Children’s Hospital.

Despite limited adult services, this site continues to maintain a 3-bed ICU/Stepdown unit. The attending ICU staff include faculty from Respiratory Medicine and Internal Medicine. The intensivists rotate on a weekly basis, from Friday to Friday. The Site Director is Dr. Simon Oczkowski.

Mandatory Content of Training (16 Blocks of ICU rotations)


Rotation DescriptionDurationSites in which this training may be taken
Neuro/Trauma/Vasc ICU4 BlocksICU East – General Campus, HHS
Cardiovascular ICU2 BlocksICU West – General Campus, HHS
Regional Burn Unit2 BlocksICU South – General Campus, HHS
Medical/Surgical ICU5 BlocksSt. Joseph’s Healthcare (SJH)
Medical/Surgical ICU4 BlocksJuravinski Campus, HHS
ICU Electives10 Blocks

- Any ICU within Hamilton

- Approved Community ICU Sites

Critical Care Transport Unit (CCTU)

During ICU on-call weeks

 

 

Elective Content of Training (10 Blocks of rotations)
Electives are an essential component of the Program with great flexibility to accommodate the individual needs of each resident. Depending on one’s background and base specialty, electives enable each trainee to round out and/or build on their skill set. Electives both in and outside of Hamilton are possible depending on one’s learning needs and career goals. Electives include:

 AnesthesiaPalliative Care 
 ECHORadiology 
 ECMO/MSICU Research
 Ethics/End of LifeRespirology 
 Infectious Disease Thoracic Surgery
 Nephrology Toxicology
 Neuro Critical Care Trauma
Trillium Gift of Life  Ultrasound

Community ICU electives are encouraged for those residents planning for such a career. Many options are available in nearby cities or with alumni from our Program. Examples of such locations are:

  • Brantford General Hospital (Brantford, Ontario)
  • Credit Valley Hospital (Mississauga, Ontario)
  • Grand River Hospital (Kitchener, Ontario)
  • Joseph Brant Memorial Hospital (Burlington, Ontario)
  • Oakville-Trafalgar Memorial Hospital (Oakville, Ontario)
  • Peterborough Regional Health Centre (Peterborough, Ontario)
  • Royal Victoria Hospital (Barrie, Ontario)
  • St. Catharines General Hospital (St. Catharines, Ontario)
  • St. Mike’s Hospital (Toronto, Ontario)
  • Toronto General Hospital (Toronto, Ontario)
  • Trillium Health Centre (Mississauga, Ontario)

Program Structure

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Our program is uniquely structured to achieve all the requirements of training. During ICU rotations, the trainees follow a 3-week cycle. This cycle includes one week of clinical duty in critical care followed by a week of on-call responsibility. This week has been structured to mimic the typical work week of intensivists in practice throughout much of Canada. Upon completion of this call week, the trainees complete a week of non-clinical duties whereby most trainees accomplish their studying, teaching of other individuals, as well as maintaining their competency in their base specialty. Trainees have applauded this structure as a major strength of our program since it prepares individuals very well for entrance into independent practice in the specialty.

The Critical Care Medicine (Adult) Residency Program at McMaster University is a two-year program. Applicants must have base specialty training from Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Emergency Medicine, Anesthesia, or Cardiac Surgery. Applications will be considered if the candidate is already certified in one of these specialty programs or will be eligible for certification prior to the end of the two-year program. The number of residents accepted to the program varies each year.

The program, while utilizing the regional resources of both McMaster University and its affiliated teaching hospitals, is centrally coordinated in a multidisciplinary fashion, thus reflecting the cross-specialty horizontal nature of Critical Care Medicine in Canada. Recognizing the varied backgrounds of the Critical Care trainees, the program is set up to enable a great deal of flexibility with regards to the details of training. This will ensure that - regardless of background - each individual, whether emanating from Medicine, Surgery, or Anesthesia, will be able to function as an ICU consultant on any type of patient. As a result, rotations will vary according to an assessment of the individual's strengths and weaknesses.

The trainee functions at a progressive level of responsibility, assuming the role of ICU coordinator as soon as it is appropriate to do so, although always with direct faculty support. On-call for the ICU coordinator is typically out of hospital as support to the in-house physicians. The ICUs are staffed by residents from medicine, surgery, anesthesia, and emergency medicine, as well as by independently-licensed physicians. Therefore, our trainees function in a role that oversees, acting as a supervisor and teacher for junior residents.

During the two-year program, our trainees are required to complete 16 block rotations in the ICU at Hamilton Health Sciences and St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton. These rotations are designed to provide a broad clinical experience in several busy, multidisciplinary intensive care units. These core rotations are distributed throughout the program and ensure that the trainee is exposed to a large variety of medical and surgical patients. Given the vast referral population, trainees will have a great opportunity to care for patients of specialty care programs, such as Trauma, Burns, Oncology, and all surgical subspecialties, including Neurosurgery and Cardiovascular Surgery.

The remaining 10 blocks are available for elective rotations. These rotations are provided to strengthen and diversify one's skills and abilities. Electives are available in virtually every discipline. They must have clearly-described learning objectives for critical care. The educational curriculum includes academic half-day seminars, journal clubs, regional rounds, as well as other sessions which all round out a full academic experience.

The Critical Care Medicine (Adult) Residency Program at McMaster University offers a wide-ranging and full clinical experience complemented by an enthusiastic faculty that support the academic objectives of adult learners dedicated toward a fulfilling career in critical care medicine.

CCM Research

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The program structure is well-suited for trainees that are self-directed in their learning as well as those that are motivated to complete scholarly projects during the course of their training. This may be original research or a quality assurance project. Research mentors, Dr. Waleed Alhazzani and Dr. Bram Rochwerg currently oversee the Research-in-Progress meetings on a quarterly basis to monitor their progress and provide guidance on their research process. Our trainees present their projects at a joint McMaster-Western Research Exchange Day held each spring. This friendly competition began over 25 years ago and is an event the trainees look forward to yearly.

CCM Exchange Day Results

 

2020 Results

 

1st Place

Sameer Shariff, McMaster University 

Neuromuscular blocking agents in acute respiratory distress syndrome: updated systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized trials 

 

2nd Place

John Landau, Western University

The AORTUS trial: Ultrasound guided resuscitation after open abdominal aortic surgery 

 

3rd Place

Wadiah Alfilfil & Reham AlHarbi, McMaster University

The proportion & characteristics of positive & negative trials in adult critical care from 2013-2019, a systematic review/meta epidemiological study. 


 

2019 Results

 

1st Place

Kimberley Lewis, McMaster University 

Cuff Leak Test and Airway Obstruction in Mechanically Ventilated ICU Patients (COMIC): A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial Interim Analysis

 

2nd Place

Jessica Spence, McMaster University

Benzodiazepine-free Cardiac Anesthesia for Reduction of Delirium (B-Free): A Pilot Study to Determine the Feasibility of a Multi-Centre, Randomized Cluster Crossover Trial

 

3rd Place

Zainab Al Duhailib, Western University

The Use of Central Venous to Arterial Carbon Dioxide Tension Gap for Outcome Prediction in Critically Ill Patients.  A Systematic Review and Meta-Analaysis

 

2018 Results

 

1st Place

John Basmaji, University of Western Ontario

Randomized point of care ultrasound guided resuscitation and usual care comparison in the management of undifferentiated shock: The CRiXUS study


2nd Place

Joanna Dionne, McMaster University

Diarrhea: Interventions, Consequences and Epidemiology in the Intensive Care Unit (ICE-ICU Study): A Prospective Multicenter Cohort Study


3rd Place

Faizan Amin, McMaster University

Predicting survival after VA-ECMO for refractory cardiogenic shock: validating the SAVE-score

 
2017 Results

 

1st Place

Greigh McCreery, University of Western Ontario

Early Rescue from Severe Clostridium difficile Colitis: A Pilot RCT of Intestinal Lavage for the Treatment of Severe-Complicated CDI


2nd Place

Yousef AlMubarak, McMaster University

MetaClinician - Clinical Practice: Its Variability and Consistency with SSC Guidelines


3rd Place

Faizan Amin and Ayed Asiri, McMaster University

Dexemedetomindine vs. Propofol for Sedation in Patients after Cardiac Surgery: Systematic Review and Meta Analysis

 

2016 Results

 

1st Place

Vincent Lau, University of Western Ontario

Directly from ICU Sent to Home: Factors Associations with Increasing Rates of Discharges Directly Home from ICU (DISH Study)


2nd Place

Brian Buchanon, McMaster University

Comprehensive Ultrasound Evaluation of the Failure-to-Wean Patient: a Pilot Study


3rd Place

John Centofanti, McMaster University

Resident Reflections on End-of-Life Education: a Mixed-Methods Study of the 3 Wishes Project

 

2015 Results

 

1st Place

Erick Duan, McMaster University

OSCILLATE Knowledge Translation - An Audit of ARDS Management

 

2nd Place

Asher Meldelson, University of Western Ontario

Design of Headrest for Patients Undergoing Prone Ventilation in the ICU

 

3rd Place

Andrew Gibson and Rohin Malhotra, McMaster University

The Development of a Critical Care Ultrasound Curriculum for Faculty and Fellows

 

2014 Results

 

1st Place

Erick Duan, McMaster University

Use of a Daily Goals Checklist on Morning Rounds: A Mixed Methods Study

 

2nd Place

Bram Rochwerg, McMaster University

Fluid Resuscitation in Sepsis: A Network Meta-Analysis

 

3rd Place

Phil Andros, University of Western Ontario

The Physical Exam in Critical Illness

 

2013 Results

 

1st Place

Rebecca Kruisselbrink, McMaster University

Monitoring of Medical and Surgical Patients in Mulago Hospital, Uganda: A Pilot Observational Study Using the Modified Early Warning Score

 

2nd Place

Robert Lepeer, University of Western Ontario

A 12 Year Review of the Beneficial Effects of a Non-Operative Management Algorithm for Splenic Trauma

 

3rd Place

Ian Mazetti and Simon Oczkowski, McMaster University

 

2012 Results

 

1st Place

Han-Oh Chung and Damien Medina, McMaster University

Sepsis Module - An Educational Tool for the Management of Sepsis

 

2nd Place

Waleed Al-Hazzani, McMaster University

Neuromuscular Blocking Agents in Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials

 

3rd Place

Craig Ainsworth, McMaster University

 

2011 Results

 

1st Place

Dave Nagpal, University of Western Ontario

Starch or Saline after Cardiac Surgery: Results of a Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

 

2nd Place

Robert Lepeer, University of Western Ontario

Resuscitative Outcomes for Surgeon vs. Non-Surgeon Trauma Team Leaders - 10 Year Experience at a Canadian Trauma Centre

 

3rd Place

Waleed Al-Hazzani, McMaster University

Proton Pump Inhibitor vs. Histamine 2 Receptor Antagonist for Stress Ulcer Prophylaxis: a meta-analysis

CCM Trainee Research

CCM Resident/Fellow Research Grant Application

Applications are due to Sarah Richardson by October 15th, 2021. As the RPC's Research Lead, the application and selection process will be led by Dr. Bram Rochwerg. The maximum you can receive an award is for 2 years, with a maximum of $5000 annually. Funding allocation and selection will be determined by a selection committee. Please forward any questions to Dr. John Centofanti and Dr. Bram Rochwerg.

McMaster Fundamentals of Health Research Methodology Course

This is an optional online course I would like to offer all of our trainees if they are interested; prepared from McMaster University and Department of Anesthesia. This course is an online 10-week certification course. It is certainly not as detailed as an HRM Masters, but does provide an introductory approach to Research principles, applicable to all healthcare professionals. It will cover topics including research methodology, outcome measures, statistics, appraisal, KT, and proposal/manuscript development.

Faculty

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Our faculty include many national and international leaders in critical care. Faculty are dedicated to world class research, education, and continuous quality improvement. We have an active research program that supports both basic science and clinical trials research. Many of us are actively involved in the Canadian Critical Care Trials Group, Canadian Intensive Care Foundation and the Critical Care Canada Forum. Consequently, several of our residents (past & present) have also become active in the CCCTG.

Clinically, we have a very diverse faculty with backgrounds in medicine, surgery, anaesthesia, cardiac surgery, neurosurgery and pediatrics.

Local Faculty by Site

 ICU East/South ICU WestICU Juravinski 

 ICU St. Joseph's

Dr. Paul EngelsDr. Craig Ainsworth+ Dr. John Centofanti*Dr. Waleed Alhazzani*+ 
Dr. Andy Freitag*+

 

Dr. Faizan Amin (CS)+

 
Dr. Joanna Dionne (CS)

 

Dr. Deborah Cook*+

 

Dr. Cindy Hamielec+

 

Dr. Emile Belley-Côté (CS)+

 Dr. Graham Jones*+ Dr. Erick Duan*+
 Dr. Draga Jichici+ 

Dr. Alison Fox- Robichaud*+

 

 Dr. Tim Karachi* Dr. Roman Jaeschke+
 Dr. Maureen Meade*

 Dr. Kam Kahnamoui*+

 Dr. Simon Oczkowski*+Dr. Kim Lewis (CS)
 Dr. Sunjay Sharma* Dr. Peter Kraus Dr. Bram Rochwerg*+

Dr. Tania Ligori

 

Dr. Heather Whittingham*+

 

 

Dr. Julian Owen

 

 

Dr. Farzin Visram+

 

 

Dr. Dan Perri*

 
 

 

Dr. Corey Sawchuk

 
 Dr. Jill Rudkowski*
  

 

Dr. Mark Soth *+

 

Legend:

* Denotes GFT (geographic full-time)

+ Denotes Division of Critical Care (with DOM)

CS Denotes Clinical Scholar

Regional Faculty by Site

St. Catharines/ Niagara

 
Grand River Hospital, Kitchener

Joseph Brant Hospital, Burlington

 
Dr. Han-Oh Chung*+Dr. Paul HosekDr. Joseph Berlingieri
Dr. Erick Duan*+Dr. Rebeccca KruisselbrinkDr. Paul Lysecki
Dr. Ryan D’Sa 

Dr. Christine Nethercott

Dr. Derek Prodger
Dr. Melanie HollidgeDr. Bill PlaxtonDr. Jim Rogers
Dr. Jennifer Tsang*+ Dr. Sameer Shaikh*
  Dr. Steven Skitch

 

Legend:

* Denotes GFT (geographic full-time)

+ Denotes Division of Critical Care (with DOM)

CS Denotes Clinical Scholar

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