Dr. Dhingra completed his medical school at the University of Saskatchewan and completed his Internal Medicine and Critical Care residency at the University of Calgary. He completed his Cardiology Fellowship from the University of British Columbia. He has been an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan. He was also the director of the residency training program and Chief of Medicine at St. Paulâs Hospital. In 2002 Dr. Dhingra along with his family relocated to Toronto to assume the position of Chief of Medicine of Rouge Valley Ajax Pickering. He is currently the Director of the Coronary Care Unit at the Scarborough General Hospital. Dr. Dhingra has a particular interest in critical care cardiology and continuing medical education. He has been a member of the Rouge Valley Cardiology team since 2003 and provides patient care in all three office locations.
Dr. Jigna Purohit
Dr Jigna Purohit started her medical career in Africa where she worked for 10 years. After coming to Canada, and re-writing her Canadian exams, she worked in Oncology and Family Practice at The Moncton Hospital in New Brunswick. She has now relocated to Kitchener, Ontario where she has her family practice. Her hobbies include reading, cooking and spending her time with her family.
Site Chief of Emergency Department at Brampton Civic Hospital
Dr. Phalpher completed his training in Emergency Medicine in 2010. He graduated from Queen's Medical School in 2007. .
Chief Anesthesiologist at North York
Dr. Huntae Kim
Psychiatric Resident at University of Toronto
Huntae is currently in the second year of his residency training in psychiatry at University of Toronto. Originally from Winnipeg, he graduated from Bachelor of Health Sciences program at McMaster University and recently completed his undergraduate medical training at the University of Manitoba. He has been serving as a mentor to many high school and undergraduate students across the country, and looks forward to meeting you all in an attempt to provide an insider's perspective in pursuing a career in medicine.