David W. H. Frost MD MSc FRCPC
David Frost is Associate Professor of Medicine and Clinician Teacher within the Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto, and the Department of Medicine, University Health Network (UHN). He completed his undergraduate medical degree and subsequent internal medicine training at the University of Toronto, where he spent the final year of his residency as the Chief Medical Resident at Toronto Western and Toronto General Hospitals. He also completed the Department of Medicine’s Master Teacher Program.
He is currently the Toronto Western Hospital Site Director and Clinical Teaching Unit Director for the University Health Network’s Division of General Internal Medicine.
He was named Rose Scholar in Complex Care at the UHN in 2010. This scholarship supported studies of Collaborative Models of Ambulatory Care with General Internal Medicine and Family Health Teams. His research interest in this area centres on this alternative method of delivering consultation services and optimizing communications around transitions of care.
His research interests also include training in bedside ultrasonography, and medicine in underserviced areas, and has served as a locum internist in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario.
He was the recipient of the University of Toronto’s William Anderson Award for Program Innovation and Development in 2014 for the development of a PCUS curriculum for Internal Medicine residents. This curriculum is posted on the Peer Reviewed Medical Education Portal of the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).