Welcoming new physicians to the organization

In July, SEAMO is pleased to introduce eight new physicians in five different Departments.Word 'Welcome' with bright yellow background

Emergency Medicine

Dr. Michael Hale comes from the University of Ottawa where he completed his undergrad, MD and residency programs. 

Dr. Henry Swoboda is joining the Department from the Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL. He has previously worked at the University of Illinois College of Medicine.

Medicine

Dr. Taleen Haddad works in the Division of Geriatric Medicine and she completed her studies at the National University of Ireland in Galway, Ireland and the University of Ottawa.

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Dr. Jean Mathews works in the Division of Palliative Medicine and comes from Toronto where he completed a one-year clinical fellowship at University Health Network and a two-year clinical research fellowship at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. 

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OBGYN

Dr. Sophie Gibson was previously a locum in the OBGYN Department. She did her postgraduate training at the University of Toronto. 

Pathology

Dr. Christine Orr completed her residency at Queen’s University and has been involved in research regarding gastrointestinal and head & neck pathology during her training. 

Pediatrics

Dr. Daniel Mulder was a Queen’s University medical student before completing his residency at McMaster University. He comes to the Department from the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, where he was a Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellow. Dr. Mulder is cross-appointed to the Department of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology. 

Dr. Rohan Rakheja was previously a locum in the Department of Pediatrics. He completed his studies at McMaster University, the University of Ottawa an