Canadian Medical Association

Newmarket, Ont.; University of Toronto, 1961; internal medicine. Died May 16, 2020, aged 83. Survived by his wife Joan, 2 children and 7 grandchildren. “Jim was an accomplished and devoted physician who specialized in internal medicine, endocrinology and nuclear medicine. He began his practice in 1967, with the opening of the Centenary Hospital in Scarborough, Ont., and retired in 2014 at age 78, after 47 years of caring for countless patients. Jim served as chief of medicine at the Centenary for 12 years, and was instrumental in the expansion of the hospital, the founding of an isotope lab and the establishment of the Coronary Care Unit. He was recognized as a top endocrinologist in Ontario, highly respected for his astute diagnostic skills and the phenomenal quality of care he provided for patients.”

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