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Our Development Team

[image] Chair and Exec of Design Process
Training Medical School: University of Toronto, 1988 Family Medicine Residency:  University of Toronto, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre (1988-1990) Current Practice Comprehensive solo family practice (FHO/FHT) in Scarborough, Ontario.  I have worked through Fee for Service and FHG models of care. Joined FHO model in 2008. I speak Italian so I have many Italian speaking patients. Relevan...


CO-executive of Design Process
Dr. Abdulla has three children, Adil is a class actions plaintiff side lawyer, Iman is applying for medical school and Alim is into musical theatre. His partner Tia MacPherson is a professional portrait photographer and Chair of the Patient and Family Advisory Council at Queensway Carleton Hospital. He is a pickleball enthusiast, a ballroom dancer, and a movie buff. He is multi-angular in his i...

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Lead Designer
Dr. Iram Ahmed MD, MSc, CCFP, FCFP, and ABFM Diplomate is a U.S. Board certified comprehensive family physician in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.  Dr. Ahmed is also an Assistant Clinical Professor (Adjunct) in the Department of Family Medicine at the DeGroote School of Medicine at McMaster University.


Lead Programmer
I am a family doctor who, for the last 12 years, has looked after elderly patients as my primary focus in South Etobicoke and East Mississauga. These days, in response to the pandemic, I found myself helping out initially in long-term care and retirement home outbreak settings then increasingly in hospitals. As a result, I am transitioning back to my initial career that focused on hospitalist a...