Meet our doctors
Family Physician working in Rural Manitoba with a primary focus in Emergency Medicine and Acute Care. Roles also include urgent care/walk-in, family practice clinic, and seeing patients from all age groups and backgrounds.
Dr. Parmar is a Medical Officer with the Department of National Defence (DND) at Canadian Forces Base Winnipeg. He is passionate about medicine, health professional education, and how it pertains to the development of a new generation of healthcare professionals in Canada.
Prior to working in Winnipeg, Dr. Parmar completed his Master of Education degree at the University of Toronto’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) – ranked Canada’s #1 educational institute and top 20 globally. He is passionate about learning, mentorship, healthcare, education pertaining to the professions, and the effects of internationalization and globalization on healthcare and higher education.
Dr. John Neufeld is a CCFM with a passion for Emergency Medicine, after graduating from the University of Manitoba in 2013, Dr. Neufeld has practiced in multiple emergency rooms in the province, as well as in Ontatio. He also currently serves as Fisher Ambulance Service’s Medical Director.
Dr. Cleverley is a family physician practicing in Winnipeg, Manitoba. After finishing medical school at the University of Manitoba she completed her family medicine residency in Calgary. She then completed enhanced skills training in Women’s Health and Obstetrics at Western University in London. Her interests include women’s health, obstetrics, breastfeeding medicine and comprehensive family practice.
Pediatric emergency physician with an interest in urgent care medicine and patient advocacy. Her goal is to give expert real time advice and care when you need it. She is an expert contributor for the Medical Council of Canada for both Canadian medical licensing examinations and foreign trained medical students’ examinations.
Dr. Noam Katz works primarily in the St. Boniface emergency department, while also spending time in the emergency department in Gimli, MB, as well as The Minor Injury and Illness Clinic. He completed additional training in Resuscitation medicine and his interests include acute care medicine, ultrasound diagnostics/procedures and improving efficiencies within healthcare.
Dr. Ratna is a family physician and hospitalist at St. Boniface and Concordia Hospital. Dr. Ratna also works at Elmwood teen clinic as he has a special interest in adolescent and women’s health.
Pediatric Emergency physician with an interest in pediatric injuries and pediatric sports medicine. Dr. Sawyer practices at Children’s Hospital, the Pan Am Clinic and The Minor Illness & Injury Clinic in Winnipeg and is a researcher with the Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba.
Dr. Smith practices emergency medicine. He enjoys teaching residents, medical students, and physician assistant students. He works at the Grace Hospital and Minor Illness & Injury Clinic in Winnipeg.
Dr. Taft Micks completed his medical degree at the University of Ottawa in 2014 before traveling to Newfoundland to become a licensed family physician through Memorial University in 2016. He then completed his Emergency Medicine fellowship at the University of Manitoba in Brandon, Manitoba in 2017.
He practices Emergency Medicine at the Brandon Regional Health Center where he also serves as site lead for the Emergency Medicine residency program. He has a special interest in point-of-care ultrasound training and is a Canadian leader for research in this area in Family Medicine. His other interests include penicillin allergy de-labelling for which he started a clinic in Brandon and in Winnipeg (https://www.penallergy.com/) for anyone requiring urgent allergy testing. He is currently completing a Postgraduate Diploma in Practical Dermatology through Cardiff University in Wales, United Kingdom and provides sports medicine coverage to the Brandon Wheat Kings.
He looks forward to seeing you through QDoc!