2012 / 06 / 01

HealthChoicesFirst.com Announces Appointment of Dr. Jugpal Arneja to Medical Board


Dr. Jugpal S Arneja
MD, MBA, FAAP, FACS, FRCS(C), Pediatric Plastic Surgeon
June 1, 2012 (VANCOUVER) HealthChoicesFirst.com is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Jugpal Arneja to the Medical Board. Dr. Arneja is a pediatric plastic surgeon at British Columbia Children's Hospital (BCCH). He is an Associate Professor (Clinical) in the department of Surgery at the University of British Columbia (UBC) and holds an administrative position as the Associate Head, Clinical for the Department of Surgery at BCCH.

Dr. Arneja has conducted research across a variety of medical disciplines, including cleft lip and palate, hemangiomas, pigmented birthmarks, vascular malformations, and velopharyngeal insufficiency. In addition, Dr. Arneja recently completed an Executive Masters in Business Administration at UBC's Sauder School of Business.

“HealthChoicesFirst is highly focused on children's health content, and Dr. Arneja will be able to contribute a great deal to our success going forward,” says Jackson Sayers, CEO, HealthChoicesFirst.com. “We're very excited to have Dr. Arneja's input and expertise as we build upon our children's health and wellness content.”

HealthChoicesFirst.com is a national health and wellness directory that connects Canadians with providers such as physicians, dentists and physiotherapists based on their geographic location, and features over 1,500 solution-based videos and articles. With resources on topics such as diabetes, nutrition, fitness, prenatal and postnatal health, sexual health and sports injuries, HealthChoicesFirst.com is the largest provider of video content of its kind in North America. HealthChoicesFirst is backed by a number of qualified and experienced partners, and continues to expand its medical and corporate governance boards across the country.

Visit HealthChoicesFirst.com for more information on the medical and corporate governance board members.

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