Physicians

Dr. Chris Ayers grew up in Winnipeg and Edmonton. His first degree was B Eng at the Royal Military College. He graduated in Medicine in Winnipeg, sponsored by the Canadian Forces. He retired from the armed forces after two decades in 2001 and moved to Calgary with his wife, Dr Sarah Furtado, who is a Neurologist with a specialization in Movement Disorders at Foothills Hospital.
Dr. Ayers specialises in family medicine and is interested in urban social issues in the city of Calgary.
Dr. Ayers is  not accepting new patients.
 
 
Dr. Rajan Dhaliwal was born and raised in Calgary. He completed his medical school, as well as residency at the University of Calgary in 2013 and 2015 respectively. Since then he has had the opportunity to do locum work thoughout multiple clinics in Alberta, including some experience working in the Airdrie Urgent Care Centre.
Dr. Dhaliwal is not accepting new patients. 
 
 
Dr. Heidi Fell graduated from the University of Calgary with her MD in 1995.  She completed her family medicine residency in Calgary in 1997 and has been in family practice ever since. Dr Fell has a special interest in the application of information technology in physicians' offices and is a consultant for the Physician Office Systems Program.
Dr. Fell is not accepting new patients.
 
   
Dr. Amy Nakashima is originally from Southern Alberta. Her schooling has been through the University of Calgary, completing a PhD in behavioural neuroscience (psychology) in 2011, an MD in 2014, and her family medicine residency in 2016. She has been in active practice since then.
Dr. Nakashima is not accepting new patients.
 
 
Dr.Imran Sumar was born and raised in Alberta. His first degree was a BSc completed at the University of Calgary. He went abroad and obtained an MSc MD from Saba University. He then returned to Calgary, completed his family medicine residency in 2017 and has been in active practice since.
Dr. Sumar is not accepting new patients.
  
 
Dr. Gilbert Yuen completed both his MD and family medicine residency at the University of Calgary in 2012 and 2014 respectively. He has an interest in geriatrics and works part time in long term care at the Bethany Care Center.
Dr. Yuen is not accepting new patients.