Dr. Emily Ching, Gastroenterologist, Burlington, ON

Dr. Emily Ching

Dr. Emily Ching

MD, FRCPC
Gastroenterologist
Burlington, ON
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Dr. Emily Ching Bio

Dr. Emily Ching received her undergraduate degree in Human Biology and Chemistry with high distinction from the University of Toronto. She then pursued medical training at McMaster University before returning to the University of Toronto for her residency in Internal Medicine. She returned to McMaster University for her Gastroenterology fellowship, where she served as a chief gastroenterology resident. While Dr. Ching was a gastroenterology fellow, she was nominated by her program director for an international elective in gastrointestinal motility training with the world renowned experts at Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, funded by the American Neurogastroenterology and Motility Society. Dr. Emily Ching, Gastroenterologist, GI Health Centre, Burlington, Ontario

( Dr. Emily Ching, Gastroenterologist, Burlington, ON ) is in good standing with the College of Physicians and Surgeons.

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Education

  • University of Toronto
    Human Biology and Chemistry
    High Distinction
  • University of Toronto
    Residency in Internal Medicine
  • McMaster University
    Gastroenterology Fellowship

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