Joining Dr. Herriot’s Practice
If you would like to join Dr. Herriot’s practice, please call the clinic at 416-463-1500. Dr. Herriot will be starting on Monday June 17, 2019. You are invited to book an appointment anytime after that date.
Once you are registered as a patient of Dr. Herriot’s, CW Health is pleased to offer you the services of Courtney Zaikos, our Physician Assistant. Courtney, in conjunction with the clinic’s doctors, will be able to attend to any health problems that may arise between now and your initial appointment with Dr. Herriot.
You can call the clinic at 416-463-1500 to book an appointment with Courtney anytime.
Patients of Dr. Hobart Leung, Dr. Nora Al-Saraf and Dr. Janani Bodhinayake who would like access to their medical records may contact Records Management at 1-800-775-0093 or www.recordsregistry.ca .
Dr. Leung’s letter to patients, including a link to request your records, can be found at www.drhobartleung.com .
Dr. John Goodhew, MD, AAHIVS
John hails from Halifax, Nova Scotia where he attended Dalhousie University Medical School after receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics. He then completed his post-graduate medical education at the University of Toronto.
Since this time, he has been in private general practice. In addition to his general practice, John has developed an expertise in the care and treatment of people living with HIV. He also provides specialized care to Toronto’s transgendered community.
John is an accredited member of the American Academy of HIV Medicine and is a long-term supporter of The AIDS Committee of Toronto and The Toronto PWA Foundation.
Dr. Gary Rubin, MD, MCFP, AAHIVS
Gary Rubin completed his undergraduate and medical training at Dalhousie University in Halifax, NS. He completed post-graduate training at Dalhousie University, University of Toronto and Walter Reed Army Medical Centre in Washington, DC. He is currently Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto and is on staff at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre where he is involved with HIV clinical trials and education of medical students and post graduate trainees. He is certified as an HIV specialist and member of the Credentialing Committee of the American Academy of HIV Medicine as well as the Scientific Committee of the European HIV and Hepatitis Meeting.
Dr. Anthony Chen, MD, CCFP, DipPDerm
Dr. Anthony Chen did his undergraduate study in both Immunology and Pharmacy at the University of Toronto, where he completed his medical school training in 2010. He completed his residency training in London, Ontario at the University of Western Ontario. He is a certificant of the College of Family Physicians of Canada. Upon graduating, Dr. Chen worked at various clinics and hospitals, before joining Church Wellesley Health Centre in 2013. His practice interests include HIV primary care, LGBT health, and dermatology. He holds the Diploma in Practical Dermatology from Cardiff University, UK. He performs diagnostic and therapeutic dermatological procedures, as well as injection of botulinum toxin (Botox) and dermal fillers for cosmetic facial rejuvenation.
Dr. Gerson Mobo, MD, CCFP, AAHIVS
Dr. Gerson Mobo is a family physician who also provides HIV primary care. He did undergraduate medical training at McMaster University, obtaining his Doctor of Medicine degree in 2012. He did his postgraduate training in family medicine followed by a fellowship in HIV primary care through the Ontario HIV Treatment Network. He has also served as a volunteer and a board member at Asian Community AIDS Services for several years.
Dr. L. Y. Louie Chan, MD, CCFP
Dr. L.Y. Louie Chan is a family physician specialized in HIV primary care. He obtained his MD degree from University of Toronto (U of T), and completed his family medicine residency training at McMaster University. Dr. Chan is an adjunct faculty member at the U of T Department of Family and Community Medicine. He is also a consultant physician at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), and he is a member of the Canadian Professional Association for Transgender Health (CPATH).
Dr. Daniel Paluzzi, MD, CCFP, AAHIVS
Born and raised in the GTA, Daniel Paluzzi left to pursue a Bachelor of Medical Science at Western University. He then completed his undergraduate medical training at Queen’s University before transferring to the University of Toronto for his post-graduate medical education in Family and Community Medicine.
Daniel has an invested interest in the care of persons living with HIV and the LGBTQ community. He is certified as an HIV Specialist by the American Academy of HIV Medicine.
Dr. Jessica Lax-Vanek, MD, CCFP
Jessica completed her medical school training in Kingston at Queen’s University followed by her residency in Family Medicine at the University of Toronto. She has particular interests in Women’s health and mental health.
When not discussing medicine, she will happily talk to you for hours about her dog, Miles.
Dr. Allison Rosen, MD, MSc, CCFP
Allison Rosen spent her formative years in Toronto, before completing her undergraduate degree in Biology and Psychology at McMaster University. This was followed by an MSc in Neuroscience at the University of Toronto. She then moved east to obtain her MD degree from Queen’s University, before completing her Family Medicine residency training at Western University. Allison is excited to return to Toronto to start her medical career. In addition to general medicine, Allison has a special focus on women’s health and dermatology.
Dr. Jonathon Herriot, MD, CCFp, BSc
Jonathon Herriot is a family physician with expertise in caring for people living with HIV. He completed his medical degree at the University of Saskatchewan, before coming to the University of Toronto for his family medicine residency training.
After residency, he completed his fellowship in HIV primary care at St. Michael's Hospital. Jonathon is also a staff physician at Casey House hospital.
In addition to general practice and HIV primary care, Jonathon has expertise in HIV prevention including PrEP and PEP, Hepatitis C treatment, mental health care, and helping patients with their substance use.
Courtney Zaikos, PA
Courtney has become an integral member to the Church Wellesley Health team. Her role as a Physician Assistant includes assessing patients, making diagnoses and/or prescribing appropriate medication under the delegation of CW Health physicians.
Courtney began her medical training as an Emergency Medical Technician where she practiced in San Jose, California. She worked as a Personal Support Worker while completing her Bachelor degree in Psychology at Crandall University, in Moncton, N.B. She completed her training as a Physician Assistant at the University of Toronto.
I am a dedicated Registered Practical Nurse with a strong nursing background and education. I have been a member in good standing with the College of Nursing of Ontario since 2012. I have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and I am a Registered Nurse in the Philippines with ICU experience. I have been working at CW Health for four years as an integral part of the medical team.
I am a registered practical nurse with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. I am a supporter of the LGBTQ2 community and I am dedicated to my work.