New radiologist joins the CKHA
Dr. Terence Menezes, Diagnostic Radiologist, has joined the CKHA’s Radiology Department.
Starting at CKHA in early July, Dr. Menezes is originally from Mississauga.
According to hospital officials, he attended Western University in London, Ontario, where he received his Bachelor of Medical Sciences in 2007. He then studied at Saba University School of Medicine, one of the world’s leading international medical schools, from 2008 to 2012, where he earned his Doctor of Medicine. Dr. Menezes completed one year of Medical Residency at The Jewish Hospital – Mercy Health, in Cincinnati, Ohio, before completing his training as a Radiology Resident at the Albany Medical Centre in New York over the next four years. He recently completed a yearlong Cross-Sectional Fellowship at McMaster University in Hamilton.
“I chose CKHA for its compassionate team of staff, physicians and volunteers who wholeheartedly serve the medical needs of patients. CKHA is a leader in collaborative education and practice, a national leader in green healthcare sustainability and is invested in patient and staff safety and quality initiatives,” says Dr. Menezes. “I look forward to calling Chatham-Kent home and to enjoying southwestern Ontario’s warm climate, close proximity to water and beautiful natural scenery.”
Hospital officials say Dr. Menezes is licensed with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the American Board of Radiology. He holds memberships with the Ontario Association of Radiologists, Canadian Association of Radiologists, American Medical Association, American College of Radiology, Radiological Society of North America, the American Board of Radiology, as well as Radiologists Without Boarders. In addition to his professional duties, Dr. Menezes is currently researching the role of Dynamic Contract Enhanced (DCE) imaging in prostate MRIs with pathology correlation.
For more information about CKHA visit, www.ckha.on.ca.