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Medical Leadership

 

 

 

Medical Leadership

 

Dr Elizabeth Haddad

Dr. Elizabeth Haddad
Chief of Surgery and Co-Medical Director of the Surgical Program
ehaddad [at] ckha [dot] on [dot] ca

As Chief and Co-Medical Director of the Department of Surgery, Dr. Haddad is responsible for organizing and overseeing the medical care of the Department of Surgery Physicians as well as the medical care of the Surgical Program in conjunction with the Chief of Anaesthesia and the Administrative Director.

Dr. Haddad completed her General Surgery Residency in 2005 through the University of Western Ontario. She has an MBA from the Ivey School of Business (2012). Working at CKHA since 2005, Dr. Haddad has been the Chief of Surgery since 2013 and prior to being Chief of Surgery, she was Head of General Surgery (2009-2013). She also currently fills the role of Adjunct Professor for the Schulich School of Medicine (since 2006).

Dr. Haddad’s goal is to provide excellent surgical care to Chatham-Kent and the surrounding communities; she has demonstrated this through presenting at multiple events in and outside of the community, as well as participating in various medical publications.

Dr. James Paintsil

Dr. James Paintsil
Chief of Anaesthesia and Co-Medical Director of the Surgical Program
jpaintsil [at] ckha [dot] on [dot] ca

As Chief of Anaesthesia and Co-Medical director of the Surgical Program, Dr. Paintsil brings extensive training and experience in anaesthesia, intensive care and pain management spanning four countries in three continents. In his role he oversees the medical care of the Department of Anaesthesia Physicians and as Co-Medical Director of the Surgical Program, will manage the care of the department in conjunction with the Chief of Surgery/Co-Medical Director of the Surgical Program.

Dr. Paintsil received his medical degree and intercalated BSc from University of Ghana Medical School, Accra, Ghana in 1992. He has had further training at the Central London School of Anaesthesia in London, U.K. and has received his Master of Science in Clinical Management of Pain (MSc) from the University of Edinburgh, U.K.

Dr. Paintsil is currently an Adjunct Professor in Anaesthesia through University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry.

Dr Mahmud Rajabalee

Dr. Mahmud Rajabalee
Chief and Program Medical Director of Medicine
mrajabalee [at] ckha [dot] on [dot] ca

As Chief of the Department of Medicine, Dr. Rajabalee organizes and oversees the medical care of the Department of Internal Medicine. As Co-Medical Director he manages the Medicine Program in conjunction with the Administrative Director.

As a foreign-trained internist his most recent Residency was completed at University of Toronto Affiliated Hospitals in 2009 in Internal Medicine. Dr. Rajabalee has been a part of Chatham-Kent for the last 7 years as one of CKHA’s Internists. Dr. Rajabalee is fluent in three different languages: English, Creoles and French.

Dr Zeke Milkovic

Dr. Zeke Milkovic
Chief and Program Medical Director of Family Medicine
zmilkovic [at] ckha [dot] on [dot] ca

The Chief and Medical Director of the Department of Family Medicine organizes and oversees the medical care of the Department of Family Medicine and manages the medical care in conjunction with the Administrative Director.

Dr. Milkovic holds over 25 years of patient care experience in the community and at Chatham-Kent Health Alliance. He also brings leadership experience to the position. He is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, Western University.

Dr. Milkovic believes in creating a seamless patient experience between hospital-based and community-based care. He also encourages and supports family physicians to provide comprehensive care for their patients through hospital involvement.

 Dr Wendy Edwards

Dr. Wendy Edwards
Chief of Paediatrics and Co-Medical Director of the Women & Children’s Program
wedwards [at] ckha [dot] on [dot] ca

Dr. Edwards, as Chief of Paediatrics & Co-Medical Director of the Women and Children’s Program, is responsible for ensuring the delivery of high quality care in the Paediatrics, as well as the Women & Children’s Program in accordance with professional standards, bylaws, rules and regulations.

Dr. Edwards has worked as a consultant Paediatrician in Chatham-Kent since 1997. With a background in Nursing, Dr. Edwards graduated with her medical degree in 1993 and completed her Paediatric Residency in 1997 from the University of Toronto.

Dr Neerja Sharma

Dr. Neerja Sharma
Chief of OB/Gyn and Co-Medical Director of the Women and Children’s Program
nsharma [at] ckha [dot] on [dot] ca

As the Chief of Obstetrics, Dr. Sharma organizes and oversees the medical care of the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Physicians, as well as managing the medical care of the Women and Children’s Program in conjunction with the Chief of Paediatrics and the Administrative Director.

Dr. Sharma completed her Residency in 1991 and has worked in Obstetrics and Gynaecology programs in various continents. She completed her Fellowship in Advanced Obstetrics from Mt Sinai Hospital in 2009, and was elevated to FRCOG ( Fellowship of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of United Kingdom ) in 2016.

She is the Erie St Clair Lead for Cervical Cancer Screening and Colposcopy with Cancer Care Ontario and is an Adjunct Professor through University of Western Ontario; Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry.

Dr Anthony Dixon

Dr. Anthony Dixon
Chief and Program Medical Director of Emergency Medicine
adixon [at] ckha [dot] on [dot] ca

Dr. Dixon, as Chief and Medical Director of the Emergency Medicine Program, is responsible for ensuring the delivery of safe patient care at both Sydenham and Chatham Emergency Departments.

As he is currently practicing Emergency Medicine at both Sydenham and Chatham Campuses, General-practice Anaesthesia, Sports & Exercise Medicine, and Addiction Medicine, Dr. Dixon is devoted to the Chatham-Kent community.

Dr. Dixon believes fostering a strong relationship and positive partnerships within CKHA and the wider community is important to the delivery of compassionate, high quality care.

Dr Reda Saad

Dr. Reda Saad
Chief and Program Medical Director of Laboratory Services
rsaad [at] ckha [dot] on [dot] ca

As Chief of the Laboratory Services, Dr. Saad is responsible for organizing and overseeing the medical care of the Department of Laboratory Services as well as managing the care in conjunction with the Administrative Director.

Dr. Saad earned his doctorate degree in Basic Medical Services in Pathology (PHd) in 1998. He is currently an Adjunct Professor of Pathology through University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry.

Dr. Saad has clinical practice interests in general surgical pathology, cytopathology, laboratory quality management and increased patient safety.

 

Dr. Francis Musyoki
Chief and Program Medical Director of Diagnostic Imaging
fmusyoki [at] ckha [dot] on [dot] ca

As Chief and Medical Director Dr. Musyoki is responsible for organizing and overseeing the medical care of the Department of Diagnostic Imaging, as well as managing the care in conjunction with the Administrative Director.

Dr. Musyoki is a board certified Radiologist and fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons. His interests include musculoskeletal radiology, breast imaging, body imaging as well as minimally invasive interventions. Since 2011, Dr. Musyoki has been working at CKHA and supports a culture of collaborative improvements in the department and is committed to quality in Radiology.

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