Dr. JONATHAN WAN, Psychiatrist, North Saanich, BC



North Saanich, BC
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DR. JONATHAN WAN, MD, FRCP(C) Family Doctor  North Saanich is a highly qualified psychiatrist who joined Ravensview with a wealth of experience and expertise. DR. JONATHAN WAN, MD, FRCP(C) Medical Director, North Saanich completed his psychiatry residency in 2016 and is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, demonstrating his commitment to excellence in the field. Prior to joining Ravensview, Dr. Wan gained valuable experience working in psychiatric emergency services and acute care inpatient settings. This background has equipped him with the skills to effectively manage complex mental health conditions and provide immediate support to individuals in crisis. In addition to his clinical work, DR. JONATHAN WAN, MD, FRCP(C) Medical Director, North Saanich has been actively involved in medical education. He served as an assistant professor at Dalhousie University, where he contributed to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching settings. His dedication to education reflects his passion for sharing knowledge and shaping the future of psychiatric care. Dr. Wan's areas of interest include addiction psychiatry, personality disorders, and medical education. This demonstrates his specialization and focus on addressing substance use disorders, complex personality issues, and advancing the field through research and teaching. Dr. Wan believes in team-based collaborative care and thrives in interdisciplinary settings. By working closely with other healthcare professionals, he aims to provide comprehensive and holistic treatment to his patients. This approach ensures that individuals receive personalized care that considers their unique needs and circumstances. With his expertise, commitment to education, and collaborative approach, Dr. Wan contributes to the exceptional care provided at Ravensview, supporting individuals in their journey to mental health and recovery.

DR. JONATHAN WAN, MD, FRCP(C) Medical Director, North Saanich Is in good standing with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada,and the Canadian Medical Association

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