Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA) has added two new physicians to the organization.
Dr. Nicole Campbell joins CKHA in the role of Anesthesiologist and Dr. Robert Wismer joins as an Emergency Physician.
“Chatham-Kent Health Alliance is thrilled to welcome Doctors Campbell and Wismer to our medical team,” said Dr. Pervez Faruqi, Chief of Staff, CKHA, in a media release. “Their skills and expertise will be an excellent addition to our organization and the delivery of Patient and Family Centred Care.”
Campbell received her Honours Bachelor of Science from McMaster University in 1998 and her Doctor of Medicine at the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, Western University in 2002.
She completed her Anesthesia residency training at McMaster University in 2008 and then went on to earn a fellowship in Anesthesia from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Dr. Campbell comes to CKHA from St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital where she held the role of Anesthesia Consultant since 2008.
“My family and I are looking forward to making Chatham-Kent our new home and exploring the area,” said Campbell. “The community atmosphere of the hospital was a big draw for me. I’ve received a warm welcome since arriving at CKHA.”
Wismer grew up in Chatham-Kent and has kept close personal and professional ties to the community. He received his Bachelor of Medical Science (Honours Physiology) from Western University in 2005 and completed his Doctor of Medicine from Flinders University School of Medicine, South Australia, in 2015. Following that he spent two years as a Junior Medical Officer in Central and Western Australia working across multiple medical disciplines. After returning to Canada, Wismer completed his Family Medicine Residency in Chatham-Kent through the Schulich School of Medicine.
“I was born and raised in Chatham-Kent and this community has always been close to my heart. CKHA offers a high quality of care and it has been a wonderful environment in which to work. I am happy to be a part of this team and I hope to make a positive contribution to my community during my time here,” said Wismer.