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Dr. Robert Myers received his medical degree from the University of Manitoba in 1988. He completed residencies in both
Internal Medicine and Cardiology at the University of Toronto and completed a Fellowship in Cardiology at the Boston University Medical Centre. He was admitted as a Fellow into the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in both Cardiology and Internal Medicine in 1993 and 1994.
A respected and highly qualified Cardiologist, Dr. Myers joined KMH as a Cardiology Consultant in 2000. In addition to his role at KMH, Dr. Myers has served as a staff Cardiologist at the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Toronto since 1998. He is also an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto, Ontario. He currently serves as a Cardiology Assessor for the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario.
Dr. Myers is trained in echocardiography and has a special interest in congestive heart failure as well as patient education. He is the founder and Director of the AstraZeneca/SHSC Congestive Heart Failure Clinic at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. Dr. Myers is the consulting cardiologist for Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, including the Toronto Raptors, Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Marlies and Toronto FC.
In addition to several published peer reviewed articles, Dr. Myers is the author of four books on medical related topics geared toward patients. He has acted as principal investigator and investigator on numerous research trials and is the recipient of several awards for his work in the field of cardiology and medicine.
MD – University of Manitoba, Manitoba
University of Toronto, Ontario
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (1993)
American College of Cardiology (1997)
American Board of Internal Medicine (1992)