Dr. Ferreyra had a unique beginning to her career in medicine in Peru as an emergency response physician with the fire department, as well as providing care in Internal Medicine, Paediatrics, Surgery, and Gynaecology-Obstetrics wards at a hospital in San Pablo. She then returned to Canada to complete a Masters in Epidemiology where her thesis was based on immigrant health and health care experience. This provided her valuable insight into various health care needs in immigrant populations and how to best address them in her practice.
Dr. Ferreyra completed her Family Medicine Residency at the University of Ottawa. She has been involved in clinical healthcare research at both Toronto Western Hospital and the University of Ottawa. For the past five years Dr. Ferreyra has been a family physician at One Healthcare Center in Ajax, Ontario. She loves to encourage patients to adopt healthy lifestyles to improve their overall quality of life. This can involve reshaping work-life balance, or looking after ourselves the way look after the ones we love.
Dr. Ferreyra believes that the “one-size-fits-all” approach rarely helps to achieve this and she aims to identify tailored solutions to help patients live their lives to the fullest.
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. Stephen Reid is a Canadian-trained physician and clinical educator. He completed his medical degree at McGill University, followed by a residency in Family Medicine at the University of British Columbia. He is a recipient of the Peter Grantham Award for his outstanding commitment to academics and teaching. His practice experience is broad and includes obstetrics, emergency, and outpatient primary care. He is currently an active hospitalist under the Department of Hospital Medicine at the Credit Valley Hospital.
Stephen’s dedication to meaningful relationships with patients is strengthened by his background in the performing arts: he was once a professional jazz saxophonist based in Montreal. Music remains an active interest, as well as athletics, travel and the arts. He is originally from Charlottetown, PEI, and he maintains close relationships with his loving east coast family. Stephen believes that there is a powerful therapeutic benefit to cultivating strong doctor-patient relationships, which stems beyond the purely scientific side of medicine. He embraces the challenge of integrating this into his practice.
Dr. Linda Lee is a clinician and educator associated with the University of Toronto. She completed her medical degree as well as her residency in Family Medicine at the University of Toronto. This was followed by further training in Academic Hospital Medicine at Toronto Western Hospital. She is the recipient of the Dr. Samuel Leitenberg Award for the Humanitarian Practice of Family and Community Medicine in recognition of her clinical excellence, compassion and dedication to patient-centred care. Currently, she works as a hospitalist at Credit Valley Hospital.
As a family physician, one of Linda’s passions is primary prevention: advocating and encouraging patients to identify and take on healthy habits and choices to prevent chronic diseases that severely impact one’s quality of life. Integrating perspectives between inpatient and community medicine, she is interested in bringing the integrated and interprofessional care that is commonly found within hospital walls, to the community to help optimize patient centered care at all stages of life.
Therese graduated from the Registered Practical Nursing program at George Brown College with honours. She has extensive and wide ranging experience in nursing including addiction rehab, pain management, and in-patient surgery.
Therese brings her passion for helping others to her role at HealthOne Medical & Wellness. She helps our patients live more inspired lives by always going above and beyond. Therese is passionate about always ensuring our patients feel comfortable and safe in our care.
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.
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.