Dr. Dhanjit Litt is a clinician, teacher, and healthcare leader who completed his training in Internal Medicine at the University of Toronto in 2015. In addition to serving as our Chief of Clinical Staff, Dhanjit is also the Division Head and Service Medical Director of the Internal Medicine / Hospitalist Medicine division at Trillium Health Partners, Canada’s largest community based academic hospital.
As a Lecturer at the University of Toronto and award winning teacher, Dhanjit’s main interest is Interprofessional Education. Our patients expect for us to care for them in teams. Dhanjit believes it is important to prepare the next generation of patient care providers on how to do this effectively.
Dhanjit’s passion for team based, interprofessional, patient centered care is what brings him to Health One Toronto. His vision involves integrating cutting edge technology, health advocacy, and specialized healthcare services to help people live healthy and inspired lives.
Dr. Shivji began his studies at McMaster University in Hamilton, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Life Sciences. He went on to complete his medical training at St. George’s University which allowed him to do clinical training in Brooklyn as well as doing a transfer program in the UK.
While completing his residency in Philadelphia, Dr. Shivji discovered his passion for helping people one-on-one. He began focusing his practice on preventative and obesity medicine and helping people achieve their health-related goals. He recently held his own cooking class series to demonstrate healthy recipes for his clients.
Dr. Shivji brings this passion to his Family Medicine practice at HealthOne. In his spare time, he enjoys playing hockey and is an avid Leafs and Raptors Fan!
Jaspreet graduated in 2013 with an MD from the Medical University of the Americas in Nevis. She then moved on to train with the University of Oklahoma, Tulsa in family medicine from 2015-2018. Jaspreet was driven to medicine not only because of her academic interest but its’ ability to allow her to connect with diverse populations and have a positive impact on people and communities. Her passion for family medicine lies in preventative care and its ability to help individuals reach their specific health goals. In her work, Jaspreet believes in setting personal goals for health and identifying what type of lifestyle is comfortable and sustainable for each individual.
Her future ambitions include establishing a practice that she can grow with and becoming involved in her community to raise awareness surrounding health and wellness. Jaspreet’s hobbies and interests outside of work include traveling, reading, swimming, and volleyball.
Dr. Basra’s passion for sports inspired him to become a Medical Doctor of Internal Medicine and Sports Medicine. He completed a Primary Care Sports Medicine fellowship working as the team physician for the SUNY Buffalo Division 1 NCAA teams. Dr. Basra is trained in musculoskeletal ultrasound diagnostics and treatments including joint injections, platelet-rich plasma treatments, and prolotherapy. He is also board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and currently on staff at Trillium Health Partners as a General Internist. Dr. Basra strives to provide exceptional medical care by integrating science and technology. He also prides himself on teamwork to provide evidence-based recommendations.
After earning his black belt in Isshin-ryū karate at a young age and playing competitive football, soccer, and pole vaulting, he understands the drive to continue to stay healthy and the importance of a comprehensive approach to guiding patients to achieve their goals.
Dr. Stephanie completed her family medicine training in Australia after working for several years in orthopedics and emergency medicine. Prior to this, she studied Medicine at University College Dublin and obtained degrees in Computer Science and Psychology from Western University. Dr. Stephanie enjoys all areas of general practice and has particular interests in sports medicine and women’s health. While living in the Gold Coast, she worked as an athlete doctor at the 2018 Commonwealth Games and the team doctor for the Gold Coast Suns Women’s AFL team. Her goal is to build a successful practice where patients can optimize their health while feeling supported and safe.
Dr. Stephanie enjoys yoga and tennis outside of work, as well as cheering on our Toronto sports teams – especially The Raptors.
Mae began her career as a Registered Nurse in the Philippines, before moving her practice to Toronto after graduating with honours. She studied at George Brown College to pursue her nursing career in Canada and successfully finished continuing education in May 2016. She has been a member of CNO for the last 3 years.
Since receiving her RPN licence, Mae has worked as a private nurse for a family downtown Toronto, where she practiced wound care, Geriatric care, Family assistance and Palliative care.
After working in private practice for 3 years, she transitioned to working as a Medical Assistant in a Family Practice/ Walk In Clinic in North York. Mae continues to upgrade her practice by attending seminars and trainings that will supplement her learning and medical practice in the field. She is very interested in Community and Family Health, Geriatric Health, and Mental Health.
Jocylen T. Ay-Ay Beri is a Registered Practical Nurse. She completed her Bachelor degree in Nursing in the Philippines, followed by a Master of Arts in Nursing with a Major in Clinical Supervision. She is a member of College of Nurses of Ontario and is currently furthering her Nursing degree here in Canada.
Jocylen began her career in nursing working in a customer service, while honing and developing her skills as a private RPN. Later on she worked at OneHealthcare in Ajax, where she worked along side with the Allergist. Jocylen believes that nothing is impossible if you have determination. She is adored by her previous co-workers and patients due to her dedication and patient-centered approach.