Magnus McLeod, MD, FRCPC
Dr. McLeod is an assistant professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine. As a general internist he has an active clinical profile, frequently attending in the ED, MTU and IMCU where he works closely with our residents. He has a strong clinical & academic interest in Hepatology. Dr. McLeod has an undergraduate from the University of Victoria British Columbia, and MD from St. George's University School of Medicine in Grenada. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at Dalhousie, then joined the GIM division as faculty in 2015. As a recent graduate of our program he has quickly become a mentor to many of our residents and been an enthusiastic teacher.
Dr. McLeod begins a 3 year term, April 1, 2017, as the Associate Program Director for the Core Internal Medicine Residency Training Program. He will be developing a new examination preparatory course to aid our first cohort of residents sitting the Royal College exam in PGY3 in 2019. He will also be assisting the education office and residency program committee with preparations for Competence by Design.