Canadian Medical Association

Toronto; University of St. Andrews (Scotland), 1957; diagnostic radiology. Died March 28, 2020, aged 86. Survived by his wife Evelyn, 1 child and his stepchildren. “After graduation he came to Canada for an internship at Montreal General Hospital. This was followed by a year as house officer at King Edward Memorial Hospital, Bermuda. He then returned to Canada and took a 4-year residency in radiology at Toronto General Hospital and St. Michael’s Hospital. He was awarded the McLaughlin Fellowship to further his training in Sweden, Italy and the United Kingdom, where he focused on current angiography and knee-joint arthrography. He was on staff of several University of Toronto hospitals, and served at St. Michael’s, the Humber Memorial (now Humber River) Hospital, where he was chief radiologist, and lastly for 15 years at Ontario’s Milton District Hospital.”

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