CKHA welcomes trio of new family medicine residents
The Chatham-Kent Health Alliance is welcoming three new family medicine resident doctors to its team.
Drs. Faith Moore, Adib Shamsuddin, and Noah Liberman from the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry at Western University began their post-graduate training at CKHA this summer. The three will live in Chatham-Kent and train with local physicians while they complete the hands-on portion of their medical training.
“Chatham-Kent is a vibrant rural community with a broad range of Family Medicine opportunities,” said CKHA Chief of Staff Dr. Pervez Faruqi. “These residents will have the opportunity to work and train alongside some fantastic physicians and will gain experience in many aspects of practicing medicine.”
The residency will feel right at home for Dr. Shamsuddin, who was born in nearby Windsor. Shamsuddin completed his Doctor of Medicine at McMaster University’s Waterloo Campus.
“I enjoyed my time at McMaster, but am looking forward to being closer to home and spending the next few years connecting with people in Chatham-Kent. I’m excited about the broad range of educational opportunities in different fields provided at CKHA, so that I can truly appreciate the scope of Family Medicine and find my niche,” said Shamsuddin.
Dr. Moore, who was born and raised in New Brunswick and completed her Doctor of Medicine from Dalhousie Medical School, also said she’s looking forward to getting to know the residents of Chatham-Kent.
“I am excited to have an opportunity to work with the people of Chatham-Kent,” she said. “I have a passion for providing holistic evidence-based medicine to my patients, and meeting the needs of the community.”
Dr. Liberman is originally from Thornhill, Ontario and completed his Doctor of Medicine at Queen’s University. Liberman has expressed an interest in emergency medicine.
Drs. Moore, Shamsuddin, and Liberman join second-year family medicine residents, Drs. Matthew Milkovic, Aamer Somani and Shreya Roy.