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Research

Our aim at KMH is to improve healthcare through educational research studies.

We pride ourselves on providing the highest quality imaging for our over 50 clinical research studies through our partnership with GE healthcare. GE’s state of the art technology coupled with our experience and clinical expertise, positions us as industry leaders in research.

KMH has over 15 years of medical data on cardiac disease, variant cancers, ambulatory monitoring and more.

Currently, we are active in numerous clinical trials involving multi-modality imaging to determine the efficacy of various medications for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, cardiac disease, prostate cancer, crohns disease, digestive diseases, inflammation and various types of arthritis.

We have worked collaboratively with many top pharmaceutical companies on these studies including: Abbvie, Amgen, Anavex, AstraZeneca, Biogen, Eisai, Eli Lilly, Genentech, Janssen, Merck, Novartis, Pfizer, Roche, and Sanofi.

We look forward to continuing to grow these relationships and develop new research opportunities.

For research inquiries contact:

Daniel Nasser
Medical Operations Manager, Research Specialist & RSO

T: 905-855-8055
Email: dnasser@kmhlabs.com

KMH Medical Advisory Committee

Our commitment to quality patient care is our top priority. In collaboration with our Medical Advisory Committee, KMH strives to achieve the best standards of practice for every detail, from referral to report delivered.

KMH Medical Advisory Committee members
Cardiology
Arvinder Grover

MD, FRCPC, FACC

James Johnston, Chair

MD, FSCAI, FACC

Aaron Jolly

MD, FASNC, FACC

Robert Myers

MD, FRCPC, FACC

Jenny-wu
Jenny Wu

MD, FACC

MRI
Mary Grant

MD, FRCPC

PET/ CT
Jean- Pierre Cliché

MD, FRCPC, ABNM

Cardiology
Arvinder Grover

MD, FRCPC, FACC

James Johnston, Chair

MD, FSCAI, FACC

Aaron Jolly

MD, FASNC, FACC

Robert Myers

MD, FRCPC, FACC

Jenny-wu
Jenny Wu

MD, FACC

MRI
Mary Grant

MD, FRCPC

PET/ CT
Jean- Pierre Cliché

MD, FRCPC, ABNM

CME/Events

Thank you for attending the 3rd annual CHEP+ conference for updated C-Change clinical practice guidelines. Please check back for future events
Clinical Practice Guidelines

Educational Resources

KMH is committed to supporting scientifically proven education aimed at the advancement of disease knowledge and potential treatments in therapeutic areas of cardiology with the goal of advancing patient care.

Healthcare professional resources
Cost-Effective Investigation
Choosing Wisely
How to Choose: Exercise vs. Pharmacological
Canadian Cardiovascular society guidelines
Hypertension Canada guidelines
Canadian Cardiovascular society forms and calculators
Diabetes Canada 2020 guidelines
Canadian Adult Obesity Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs)