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Hematologist
Dr. C.S Léger

Holds MD, and FRCPC. Hematologist at St. Paul’s Hospital. Clinical Assistant Professor at UBC. Research interests: malignant hematology, myelodysplasia, multiple myeloma, HIV-related hematology/lymphoma.


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Hematologist
Dr. Khaled Ramadan

Holds MBBCh, MRCPI, FRCPath (Hematology), FRCP (Glasgow), and FRCPC. Clinical Assistant Professor at UBC. Special interest: chronic lymphocytic leukemia.


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Hematologist
Dr. Heather Leitch

Holds MD, PhD in microbiology, and FRCPC. Hematologist. Clinical Professor at UBC. Member of hematology/oncology group at St. Paul’s Hospital.


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Division Head
Dr. Hatoon Ezzat

Member of Division of Hematology at St. Paul’s Hospital. Clinical Assistant Professor at UBC. Holds MBBS, FRCPC, ABIM, and MSc.


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Hematologist
Dr. Hayley Merkeley

Holds MD, and FRCPC. Hematologist. Pursued specialist training in Internal Medicine and Hematology at UBC. member of the Division of Hematology at St. Paul’s Hospital.


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Hematologist
Dr. Lynda Foltz

Holds MD, and FRCPC. Division Head at Providence Hematology. Hematologist. Member of Division of Hematology at St. Paul’s Hospital. Clinical Assistant Professor at UBC.


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Hematologist
Dr. Camilla Ross

Member of Division of Hematology at St. Paul’s Hospital. Clinical Assistant Professor at UBC. Holds an MD and FRCPC. Hematology training at University of Ottawa. Special Interests: Thrombosis, Pregnancy.


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Hematologist
Dr. Shannon Jackson

Holds an MD, and FRCPC. Internal medicine and hematology training at University of Calgary. Research interests: impact of ageing in ageing hemophilia population.


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Keeping ahead of COVID-19

As you are well aware, there is a global response to the COVID-19 epidemic and recently the Canadian Government has asked all of us to stay home, work remotely whenever possible, and make every effort to keep ourselves healthy as we strive to reduce the spread of the virus. Providence Hematology is committed to the health of our staff, our patients, and our communities and as such, we will be taking the necessary steps to keep everyone safe.