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Dr. Jansen van Rensburg
Dr. Jansen Van Rensburg attended Stellenbosch University in South Africa in 2009 and received his MB.ChB. Completed two years of internship training at Ngwelezane Hospital in Kwazulu Natal, South Africa during 2010 and 2011, where he practiced pediatrics, internal medicine, general surgery, and emergency medicine. Thereafter he worked at Kimberly Hospital, South Africa in the Department of Urology from 2012-2013 and at Kathu Hospital, Northern Cape, South Africa during 2014 where he practiced emergency medicine. Dr. Jansen Van Rensburg then joined Braeside on 24th in December 2014 to continue his career practicing family medicine.
Dr. Kelsey Stearns MD
Dr. Kelsey Stearns attended the University of British Columbia in the Okanagan where she obtained her BSc in biochemistry with a medical concentration. She then attended medical school at UBC in Vancouver and obtained her medical degree in 2014. Dr. Stearns moved to Calgary after graduation to continue her training in family medicine. She completed her residency in 2016 and obtained her certification from the College of Family Physicians of Canada. Dr. Stearns joined Braeside on 24th in October of 2016.
Dr. Brett Hollowell
Dr. Brett Hollowell obtained an Honours B.Sc. in Medical Science from the University of Western Ontario in 2007 and his M.Sc. in Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University in 2009. He then completed his Doctor of Medicine at the University of Calgary in 2013.
In 2015, Dr. Hollowell completed his family medicine residency in rural Alberta and received his certification from the College of Family Physicians of Canada (C.C.F.P). The following year, he pursued a fellowship in Sport and Exercise Medicine at the University of Calgary Sport Medicine Center. Dr. Hollowell achieved his Diploma in Sport and Exercise Medicine from the Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine (CASEM) in 2016. Dr. Hollowell now practices as both a family physician and a sport medicine physician in Calgary.
Dr. Jagdeep Doulla
Dr. Jagdeep Doulla attended the University of Calgary and received his BSc in Cellular Biology in 2009. He then attended the University of Calgary Medical School and received his Undergraduate Doctor of Medicine degree in 2014. Following receipt of his medical degree Dr. Doulla moved to Ottawa to pursue his residency in family medicine which he successfully completed in June 2016.
Dr. Doulla was a resident at Primrose Family Medicine Centre in Ottawa, where he was a Co-Chief Resident during his final year of residency where he sat on various committees including the Department of Family Medicine Resident promotion committee, Post Graduate Executive Committee and Resident Resiliency Committee. During his final year of residency Dr. Doulla received the CFPC Family Medicine Leadership Award.
Since he graduated Dr. Doulla has done locum positions in various clinics in both Ottawa and Calgary prior to joining Braeside on 24th Medical Clinic. He has a general family practice focused on comprehensive care and preventative care in family medicine. Apart from his clinic work Dr. Doulla is a Clinical Lecturer at the University of Calgary where he teaches first and second year medical students.
Dr. JOSHUA BRochu
Dr. Joshua Brochu obtained his Bachelor of Science degree with distinction in 2012 from the University of Alberta, with a major in Biological Sciences and a minor in Business. He then went on to study Cell Biology at the University of Alberta, prior to beginning Medical School at the University of Calgary. He graduated from the Cumming School of Medicine in 2016 (Class of the Narwhals) with his Doctor of Medicine and then completed his residency in 2018 at the University of Calgary, based out of the Central Teaching Centre at Sheldon M. Chumir Centre in downtown Calgary. In 2018, Dr. Brochu obtained his CCFP designation and began practicing at Braeside on 24th in 2019. Dr. Brochu also has an interest in dermatology, and regularly uses dermoscopy for the early detection of skin cancers.
Dr. Brochu is also involved in medical education. He is a clinical lecturer with the University of Calgary. He is involved in behavioral medicine and procedural skills training, and regularly facilitates the Family Medicine program’s patient-centered care lab and mental health lab for family medicine residents.