Rebecca Stovel MD MScCH HPTE FRCPC 

Rebecca is a Clinician Teacher and Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto.  She joined the Division of General Internal Medicine at Women's College Hospital in July 2018.  She completed Internal Medicine training at University of Toronto where she was the Chief Medical Resident at Mount Sinai Hospital in 2014-15. Following this, she completed the General Internal Medicine fellowship at UofT in 2017.

 

She completed a Masters of Community Health with a specialization in Health Professions Teacher Education while she was a HoPingKong Centre Clinician-Scholar Fellow in 2017-18.  Her reseach interests focused on curriculum development in novel models of care including telemedicine education.

Currently, she provides general internal medicine consultation on the Virtual Ward where she is working to implement a telemedicine component to help extend the reach of the program. She has founded the General Internal Medicine-Family Practice clinic where she is co-managing medically complex patients at Women's College Hospital. She teaches undergraduate medical students, is an Academic Advisor for the Core Internal Medicine program, and is the Faculty Wellness Co-Lead for Core Internal Medicine. 

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