2021 OUTSTANDING RESIDENT AWARD WINNERS
Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) is proud to be a learning environment for healthcare leaders at the outset of their career. Thank you to each and every resident for your outstanding contributions and commitment to patients over the last year, particularly in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
While an in-person event could not be held again this year to celebrate the recipients of the Medical Staff Association (MSA) awards, we would like to extend a special thanks and congratulations to the recipients of this year’s MSA outstanding resident awards.
Read the Special Edition MSA Minute from C. Ross Here
Dr. Cameron Nishi, Anesthesia
Dr. Mallory Granholm, Diagnostic Imaging
Dr. Tara Stratton, Emergency Medicine
Dr. Sarah Alghamdi, Laboratory Medicine
Dr. Claire Bodkin, Family Medicine
Dr. Tammy Ryan, Medicine
Dr. Valerie Bloomfield, OB-GYN
Dr. Jonathan Peng, Oncology
Dr. Alexander Freibauer, Pediatrics
Dr. Ronelle Calver, PM&R
Dr. Colin Ngan, Psychiatry (city wide)
Dr. Sepideh Mohajeri, Surgery
2020 OUTSTANDING RESIDENT AWARD WINNERS
Dr. Dillon Horth, Anesthesia
Dr. Natasha Larocque, Diagnostic Imaging
Dr. Farah Jazuli, Emergency Medicine
Dr. Edwin Ho, Laboratory Medicine
Dr. Katie Mattina, Family Medicine
Dr. Kenji (Richard) Onizuka, Medicine
Dr. Jay Tigdi, OB-GYN
Dr. Michela Febbraro, Oncology
Dr. Hannah Geddie, Pediatrics
Dr. Jamie Fleet, PM&R
Dr. Madeleine Wootton, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Dr. Ali Alsagheir, Surgery
As new medical residents launch their new career, a group of 12 current residents celebrate a big achievement. The Medical Staff Association (MSA) announced their 2020 winners of the Outstanding Resident Awards. The awards recognize one individual from each department at HHS who demonstrate excellence in patient care. Each department establishes its own criteria to select a winner.
“It’s an absolute honour to recognize these 12 strong individuals who exemplify the very best about being a resident at HHS,” says Dr. Catherine Ross, President, MSA. “Each one of them is a leader and will continue to provide excellent patient care for many years. The MSA is proud of this outstanding group and wish them well in their chosen careers.
Due to COVID-19, the awards ceremony has been moved to November.
You can see a collage of their acceptance videos Here