COVID-19 New Office Guidelines

As the transition begins to figuring out the new “normal” please see the guidelines our clinic has in place to keep you safe: 📞💻Appointments: We will be booking necessary in office consultations. Access to the office will be by appointment … Read More


When they say time flies they are not kidding. It is hard to imagine that I am now celebrating twenty years of working at the Brampton hospital. The hospital granted me privileges right out of residency and I declined my … Read More

Cut the Waiting Time!

The referral process can be a frustrating one, especially in a long standing medical journey. Being referred to a specialist in general usually involves a wait of some sort. To make the process easier and be prepared to make an … Read More

Understanding Skin 101

Upon carrying new skincare products came the need for new knowledge. In conclusion to the extensive webinars, articles and even self trials I can say that I have finally come to a basic conclusion: there is one condition to blame … Read More

May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month!

May is skin cancer awareness month… particularly melanoma. Skin cancer is the most common diagnosed cancer in Canada , and also fortunately also one of the most preventable. In my practice the bulk of my non-cosmetic practice is skin cancer. … Read More

Celebrating 50 years of Nursing

A big shout out to a legend in nursing at William Osler. Our hospital system has an abundance of amazing nurses. Jill Fletcher started working as a teen at the hospital in Brampton and ended her incredible career as resource … Read More

McGill Graduate Networking 2019

It was a great evening spent networking with other female McGill medicine graduates . I am class of 1995! Dr Marla Shapiro was particularly charming, intelligent and approachable And the distinguished Dr Heather Munroe- Blum , former principal of McGill … Read More

British Plastic Surgery Conference

It is always interesting to attend an overseas meeting. This British plastic surgery conference had a great representation of surgeons in training presenting which I always enjoy: it keeps things fresh and inquisitive. On the other side of the coin … Read More

All Female OR Team!

It is not always that we have an all female team in the OR but when we do it is lots of fun! We enjoy our work, each other, and looking after our patients as if they were our own … Read More

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