Osama M. Shabash, Family Practitioner

Osama M. Shabash

Family Practitioner

815 College Street Toronto Ontario, M6G 1C9

About

A well-versed family practitioner, Osama M. Shabash, MD, is the owner and lead physician at HealthChoice Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He launched the practice in 2008 as a multi-specialty clinic, including family practice and walk-in clinic. A family practitioner by education and training, he has accrued 13 years of experience. His practice, HealthChoice Centre, is a participant in the Seamless Care Optimizing the Patient Experience (SCOPE) collaborative pilot project between the University Health Network’s (UHN) Toronto Western Hospital (TWH), the Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre (TC CCAC), and Women’s College Hospital (WCH). This enables patients to access to community resources and specialist care for high-needs patients who are most at risk of avoidable emergency department visits and hospitalizations such as chronic care and complex care. For more information about Osama M. Shabash, MD, please visit http://healthchoicecentre.ca/.

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Education and Training

University of Tripoli

Provider Details

Male English, Arabic 20 years of experience

Areas of expertise and specialization

Family Medicine

Faculty Titles & Positions

  • Regional and International Public Speaking; Physician Lead, LCMA Primary Care Project in Libya -

Professional Memberships

  • Ontario Medical Association  
  • Canada Medical Association  
  • College of Family Physicians Canada  
  • LMCC Medical Committee (Medical Director)  

Fellowships

  • College of Family Physicians Canada  

Charities and Philanthropic Endeavors

  • LNCC Medical Committee provides care for war injured patients in Libya and Canada.

Fellowships

  • College of Family Physicians Canada

Professional Society Memberships

  • Ontario Medical Association, Canada Medical Association, College of Family Physicians Canada, LMCC Medical Committee (Medical Director)

What do you attribute your success to?

  • Interest in helping others and providing patient advocacy.

Philanthropic Initiatives

  • LNCC Medical Committee provides care for war injured patients in Libya and Canada.

Hobbies / Sports

  • Reading, History, Active with Non-Profit Patient Advocacy Projects

Osama M. Shabash's Practice location

HealthChoice Centre

815 College Street -
Toronto, Ontario M6G 1C9
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Get to know Family Practitioner Dr. Osama M. Shabash, who serves the population of Toronto, Ontario.

Dr. Shabash is the owner and lead physician at HealthChoice Centre in Toronto, Ontario and is affiliated with the physician advisory group at Seamless Care to Optimize the Patient Experience (SCOPE). Dr. Shabash is a family practitioner with over 13 years of experience.

Dr. Shabash was educated at University of Tripoli and completed a fellowship through the College of Family Physicians Canada. He is the Medical Director of the LMCC Medical Committee, the physician lead for the LCMA Primary Care Project in Libya, and a professional member of the Ontario Medical Association, Canadian Medical Association, and the College of Family Physicians Canada. 

Dr. Shabash attributes his success to his interest in helping others and providing patient advocacy. When not assisting patients, he enjoys reading, history, and participating in nonprofit patient advocacy projects.

Additional Information

Osama M. Shabash, MD, is an Innovative Family Practitioner with HealthChoice Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

A well-versed family practitioner, Osama M. Shabash, MD, is the owner and lead physician at HealthChoice Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He launched the practice in 2008 as a multi-specialty clinic, including family practice and walk-in clinic. A family practitioner by education and training, he has accrued 13 years of experience. His practice, HealthChoice Centre, is a participant in the Seamless Care Optimizing the Patient Experience (SCOPE) collaborative pilot project between the University Health Network’s (UHN) Toronto Western Hospital (TWH), the Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre (TC CCAC), and Women’s College Hospital (WCH). This enables patients to access to community resources and specialist care for high-needs patients who are most at risk of avoidable emergency department visits and hospitalizations such as chronic care and complex care. For more information about Osama M. Shabash, MD, please visit http://healthchoicecentre.ca/.

Osama M. Shabash, MD, attended the University of Tripoli - Faculty of Medicine in Tripoli, Libya, and graduated in 1976. He also trained during his fellowship at The College of Family Physicians of Canada. Dr. Shabash remains active in his field as an active member of the Canadian Medical Association and the Ontario Medical Association. He is additionally involved with LMCC Medical Committee, which provides care for war injured patients in Libya and Canada. Dr. Shabash is the Medical Director of the Libyan Medical Committee in Canada (LMCC), the Lead Physician of the Libyan Canadian Medical Association (LCMA) primary care project in Libya, and member of the physician advisory group at Seamless Care to Optimize the Patient Experience (SCOPE). Attributing his success to his interest in helping others and providing patient advocacy, Dr. Shabash dedicates to reading, history, and being active with non-profit patient advocacy projects. For more information about Osama M. Shabash, MD, please visit http://healthchoicecentre.ca/. 

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