Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Welcomes Three New Physicians
CHATHAM-KENT: November 30, 2022 – Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA) is pleased to announce the addition of three new physicians to the organization. Dr. Garrett Mosey, Dr. Diondra Miller and Dr. Areej Alvi will be joining the Hospitalist program at CKHA.
“We are pleased to welcome our new physicians to our clinical team and the community of Chatham-Kent,” said Dr. Pervez Faruqi, Chief of Staff, CKHA. “Their contributions to our programs and services will be a great addition to CKHA and help us further our commitment to delivering Patient and Family Centred Care.”
Dr. Garrett Mosey attended the University of Guelph and earned his Biomedical Science, Honours with Distinction. He received his Doctor of Medicine with Schulich School of Medicine, Western University. After practicing as a Hospitalist at Woodstock General Hospital for the past 6 years, Dr. Mosey has joined CKHA to work as a Hospitalist.
Dr. Diondra Miller joins CKHA after completing the Honours Bachelor of Science in Microbiology & Immunology program at Dalhousie University in Halifax. From there, she earned a Doctor of Medicine with first-class honours at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. She moved back to Canada to complete Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Toronto.
“I’m looking forward to being part of a smaller community. Coming from Toronto there are so many people and different walks of life, it is obviously the same here, but it is just nice to be a part of a smaller place and I am really looking forward to that.”
Dr. Areej Alvi attended the University of Toronto and received a Bachelor of Science, Honours in 2013. She later earned a Doctor of Medicine from Memorial University of Newfoundland. Dr. Alvi returned to Ontario to complete Family Medicine Residency training at the University of Ottawa. She completed an additional year Hospitalist Fellowship with Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. After practicing as a Hospitalist for Trillium Mississauga Hospital for the past 2 years, Dr. Alvi decided to join CKHA.
“I am so grateful for the warm welcome I have received at Chatham-Kent and am very excited to join the Hospitalist team at CKHA” said Dr. Alvi. “My husband worked in Chatham for years, and I am thrilled to move to this area with him and my son. I am really looking forward to serving the Chatham-Kent community.”
Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA) is a 200 bed community hospital, serving the residents of Chatham and rural Kent including Walpole Island and Delaware First Nations. Formed in 2018, CKHA is committed to delivering quality and safe care at its two sites in Chatham and Wallaceburg. CKHA collaborates with other partners to deliver care across its community. CKHA’s dedicated team is comprised of approximately 1,400 staff, 200 physicians and 300 volunteers. CKHA provides a full range of programs, services and specialties from internal medicine and surgery to women & children’s and critical care; it is designated a schedule one facility under the Ministry of Health and cares for tens of thousands of inpatients, outpatients and emergency patients annually. CKHA is equipped with state of the art diagnostics and technology to support its varied programs. CKHA’s vision: Together, growing a healthier community, underscores a movement to improving the population’s health. Grounded by its values “CKHA CARES” (Collaboration, Accountability, Respect, Excellence, Safety), CKHA commits to continuously improve the patient experience in partnership with patients, families and caregivers.
For more information please contact:
Fannie Vavoulis, Director, Communications
Chatham-Kent Health Alliance
519.352.6401 x 6143