Whether helping patients understand and use their medications safely, working collaboratively with other health care professionals or interpreting the latest clinical evidence for patient benefit - our pharmacist clinicians are experts at providing the best possible care for patients. Ensuring that our patients' receive the best care possible to help them achieve their best health outcomes is our primary focus.
Dr. Kelly is responsible for the overall strategic direction and day-to-day function of the MTS Clinic.
Ms. Pittman is responsible for the administrative and operational functioning (including bookings and scheduling) of the MTS Clinic. She is also a Research Assistant with the School of Pharmacy.
Cathy Balsom has practiced in community pharmacy and is enthusiastic about solving patients’ drug related problems and ensuring they are getting the most out of their medication therapy regimen.
Dr. Clarke enjoys working with patients to enhance their health and medication-related needs.
Dr. Terri Genge (on leave)
Dr. Genge has worked as a community pharmacist and was involved in providing clinical pharmacy services to a long-term care facility, as well as a rural hospital setting.
Dr. Kielly is currently a clinical pharmacist with Eastern Health’s Rheumatic Health Program.
Dr. Lee has worked in a variety of practice settings, including retail pharmacy, drug information, and hospital (infectious disease clinical practice).
Dr. Peddle has practiced in a variety of settings, including community, drug information, and hospital, where he specialized in infectious diseases, home infusion, and critical care.