Dr. Bowen Chan has an extensive background in clinical and rural emergency medicine. He is a graduate of University of Toronto’s Medical School and completed his Family Medicine residency at the University of Ottawa. He chose family medicine because of his passion to help individuals and families from the day they were born to old age. Dr. Chan’s interest in rural Emergency Medicine stems from his desire to see more critical cases and to assist smaller communities that are under-serviced. He is also an Lecturer at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine, where he instructs medical students and received the Teaching Excellence Award in 2011. Furthermore, he is a member of the Canadian College of Family Physicians, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, the Ontario Medical Association, and the Canadian Medical Association.  Dr. Chan works Mondays 915-8pm, Tuesdays 1030-1230pm, Wednesdays 1130-5pm, Thursdays 1030-5pm, Fridays 915-5pm and one Saturday per month 930-1pm. Dr. Chan’s practice is currently full.  However, you can register to be on his waitlist by filling in the new patient form .

Dr. Carolyn Tisher completed her degree in Vancouver, BC and her residency training in Strathroy, ON, near London.  She chose Family Medicine because of the opportunities to see a wide range of people and be involved in the lives of whole families.  She has enjoyed her time in Owen Sound doing rural medicine and hopes to bring the skills learned there down with her to the big city.  She has been a preceptor for Rural Family Practice medical students and residents, and hopes to continue teaching.  When not practicing medicine, she sews, dances, and travels about Canada and the world, among other things.  Dr. Tisher works Mondays 1230-430pm, Tuesdays 1230-430pm, Wednesdays 10-3:30pm, Thursdays 1230-8pm and one Saturday per month 930-1pm. Dr. Tisher’s practice is currently full. However, you can register to be on her waitlist by filling in the new patient form.

Dr. Kate Greenaway completed medical school at Dalhousie University in Halifax, NS, and did family medicine training at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto. She chose family medicine in order to be part of front line health care, providing care to individuals and family who need help the most. Working in Toronto has given Dr. Greenaway the opportunity to work with many different communities including people who are homeless and underhoused, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and transsexual (LGBT) individuals, and new Canadians. She has worked as a preceptor of medical trainees, and does training across Ontario for health care providers around LGBT health issues. She is excited to be working in a clinic which provides care to a diverse, urban population. She is a member of the College of Family Physicians of Canada, and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. Dr. Greenaway works Tuesdays 830-430pm, Thursdays 12-8pm, Fridays 830-430pm and one Saturday per month 930-1pm. Dr. Greenaway’s practice is currently full. However, you can register to be on her waitlist by filling in the new patient form .

Dr. Toni Canton attended medical school at University of California, San Diego, and completed residency in Family Medicine at Scripps Family Medicine Residency, also in San Diego, California. The emphasis of her training was community medicine, where she used her Spanish speaking abilities to provide services to an underserved Latino population. Since then, she has worked at a community health clinic in San Diego, with a concentration on Border and Refugee health. Dr. Canton loves family medicine because it allows her to get to know her patients well and care for the entire family. She is particularly passionate about adolescent and women’s health and is very excited to work in the Canadian healthcare system. Dr. Canton works Mondays 830-3pm, Tuesdays 830-530pm, Wednesdays 1130-8pm, Fridays 830-530pm and one Saturday per month 930-1pm. Dr. Canton’s practice is currently full. However, you can register to be on her waitlist by filling in the new patient form .

Dr. Erin Reich completed her medical degree at the University of Western Ontario’s Schulich School of Medicine.  She continued her postgraduate training at UWO, where she completed her residency in Family Medicine, followed by further enhanced skills residency training in Child Health.   Dr. Reich chose family medicine due to the wide variety of health issues family doctors manage.  She uses a hands-on style of practice to help her patients achieve optimal health and wellness.  She has worked in both rural and urban centres, and with diverse patient populations including refugees, persons with physical disabilities and children in foster care.  She is a member of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario.  Dr. Reich works Mondays 9:30-3:30pm, Tuesdays 5-8pm, Wednesdays 9:30-3:30pm, Fridays 9:30-3:30pm and one Saturday per month 9:30-1pm.  Dr. Reich is currently accepting new patients to her practice. You can register to be a patient in her practice by filling in the new patient form  .

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