Dr. Sabrina Gill, Endocrinologist, Vancouver, BC

Dr. Sabrina Gill

Dr. Sabrina Gill

MD, MPH, FRCPC
Endocrinologist
Vancouver, BC
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Dr. Sabrina Gill Bio

Dr. Sabrina Gill endocrinologist, Vancouver , BC at St. Paul's Hospital and a Clinical Associate Professor in the Faculty of Medicine at University of British Columbia.

Dr. Sabrina Gill endocrinologist, Vancouver , BC l completed a Masters degree in Public Health in clinical epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Sabrina Gill endocrinologist, Vancouver , BC earned her Bachelor's degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences and her Medical degree at University of British Columbia (UBC).

Dr. Sabrina Gill endocrinologist, Vancouver , BC completed her Internal Medicine training at the University of Alberta and subspecialty training in Endocrinology and Metabolism at UBC.Dr. Sabrina Gill endocrinologist, Vancouver , BC continued her post-doctoral research training in Women's Health at the Reproductive Endocrine Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.

Publications 1. Shaw N, Gill S, Lavoie H, Marsh EE, Hall JE.  Persistence in Sleep-associated Decrease in GnRH Pulse Frequency in the Absence of Gonadal Steroids. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 2011: 96(8); 2590-5

2. Gill S:  Discontinuation of menopause hormonal therapy: What are the symptoms and how should they be managed? Commentary.  Nature Clinical Practice Endocrinology & Metabolism; April 2006; 2(4):192-93.

3. Gill S, Sharpless J, Rado K, Hall JE. Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) in decreases with gonadal steroid feedback but increases with age.  Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 2002; 87:2290-6.

4. Humphries K, Gill S.  Hormone replacement therapy: The evidence speaks.  Canadian Medical Association Journal  2003;168(8):1001-10

5. Gill S, Lavoie HB, Bo-Abbas, Hall JE.  Gonadal steroid negative feedback in postmenopausal women: effect of age and hormone replacement.  Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 2002; 87:2297-2302.

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Recent Health Talks Authored by Dr. Sabrina Gill

  • Fertility and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome " Rebecca a 33 year old who has had difficulty achieving a pregnancy "

    Rebecca is a 33 year old woman who has had difficulty achieving a pregnancy. She and her partner have been trying to get pregnant without use of any contraception for one year and have been unsuccessful. She was seen by her family physician and tests were organized. Her testosterone levels were mildly elevated and it was suggested that she might have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). She was referred to a fertility clinic.

    The specialists organized a few more hormonal tests and a pelvic ultrasound and confirmed the diagnosis of PCOS. Fertility options were discussed including medications (clomiphene) and other fertility treatment options.

    Rebecca could also benefit from recommendations from her pharmacist. It is important to utilize lifestyle options such as yoga, considering nutritional counseling to improve outcomes and activity levels and general well-being.

  • Insulin and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome " Kelly is a 28-year-old woman with irregular periods and weight gain "

    Kelly is a 28-year-old woman is struggling with irregular periods and weight gain. She has gained 40 lbs over the last four years and has found that her periods became more irregular over this time. She is currently having a period every 3-4 months. She also notes more acne and frontal hair loss.

    Kelly is seen by her family physician who orders some tests. Her testosterone levels are mildly elevated which is suggestive of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. She is also noted to have pre-diabetes. Her blood pressure and cholesterol levels are in the upper range of normal.

    Kelly is referred to a dietitian and is advised to increase her exercise to include more weight training and cardio. She joins a gym and is seeing a trainer at the gym a few times per month who guides her with an exercise regimen. She is also prescribed an oral contraceptive agent to treat her irregular periods, acne and hair growth.

    Kelly could also benefit from recommendations from her nutritionist. It is important to utilize lifestyle options such as yoga, considering a personal trainer to improve outcomes and activity levels and general well-being.

  • How Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Affects Fertility " Rebecca a 33-year-old woman who has difficulty achieving a pregnancy "

    Rebecca is a 33-year-old woman who has had difficulty achieving a pregnancy. She and her partner have been trying to get pregnant without use of any contraception for one year and have been unsuccessful. She was seen by her family physician and tests were ordered. Her testosterone levels were mildly elevated and it was suggested that she might have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). She was referred to a fertility clinic.

    The specialists ordered a few more hormonal tests and a pelvic ultrasound and confirmed the diagnosis of PCOS. Fertility options were discussed including medications (clomiphene) and other fertility treatment options.

    Along with the fertility specialists' recommendations, Rebecca could also benefit from speaking with her pharmacist. It is important for Rebecca to utilize lifestyle options such as yoga, healthy exercise programs, and nutritional counseling to improve outcomes and activity levels and general well-being. All of these can improve her likelihood of conceiving.

Recent Health Talk Comments by Dr. Sabrina Gill

Ratings for Dr. Sabrina Gill, Endocrinologist, Vancouver, BC

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    Was refered to Dr. Sabrina Gill for Polycystic ovary syndrome and was extremely impressed with her level of educational knowledge on the topic and her educational video library. I would recommend anyone looking for a good endocrinologist to consider Dr. Sabrina Gill in Vancouver. Polycystic ovary syndrome
    Submitted: January 31, 2016
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    Cannot say enough good things about Dr Sabrina Gill . She listened to my past history and more importantly gave me a good plan to move forward with. Loved the video library she sent me to get me going with my education.
    Submitted: January 14, 2016

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    If Uncontrolled Type 1 Diabetes in a Young Athlete is the condition, he or she may first see a family physician. However, for more specialized care and ongoing treatment, a patient will be referred to a local Endocrinologist in Vancouver, BC, such as Dr. Sabrina Gill.
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    Controlling Blood Glucose Levels Through Diet and Exercise an Endocrinologist is often the first line of medical advise. Consider asking Endocrinologist in Vancouver, BC, such as Dr. Sabrina Gill.
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    An endocrinologist is a doctor who is trained to treat patients with diabetes and Type 1 Diabetes in Newly Diagnosed Patients. If you have questions or suspect you have diabetes, consult with a Endocrinologist in Vancouver, BC, such as Dr. Sabrina Gill.
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    When faced with Weight Loss Challenges and Solutions an Endocrinologist is one of many options you can consider in Endocrinologist in Vancouver, BC, such as Dr. Sabrina Gill.

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