In our secular culture where our conscience rights are being challenged, what are practical ways to live out our faith in our practice of medicine? Join us for a panel discussion with physicians from different specialties to hear what being Christ-centered at work means for them. Geared towards doctors, but all are welcome to attend. Dinner will be provided.
If you have any questions for this event, please email Joe@gracetoronto.ca
Dr. Joo-Meng Soh is a general internist practicing at Trillium Health Partners - Mississauga hospital and completed both medical school and residency at the University of Toronto. He focuses primarily on inpatient care. Dr Soh together with his family recently served God during a missions trip in Uganda. He currently attends Harvest Bible Chapel in Oakville.
Dr. Melissa Chacko is an emergency physician at St. Michael's Hospital which focuses on trauma and inner city health. She did her medical school at the Chicago Medical School and residency at the University of Southern California/Los Angeles County Hospital and at the University of Toronto. Dr. Chacko has a special interest in resident teaching and is currently completing a Masters of Education. Melissa and her husband Tim have been members/ attenders at Grace for the past 6-7 years. They are expecting their first baby in May of this year.
Dr. Kenneth Gamble is a family physician at North York General Hospital who also practices obstetrics and travel medicine. He has spent many years serving as a missionary doctor in Zimbabwe and South Africa, including directing a maternal-child health program there. He is also the president of Missionary Health Institute, an organization that provides comprehensive healthcare and support to missionaries overseas. He attends Grace Toronto regularly with his family.