Ian Preyra

Dr. Ian James Robert Preyra is a Canadian physician based in Burlington, Ontario.

Education

Preyra is a graduate of Queen’s University where he received his M.D. in 1999, followed by his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from the Schulich School of Business at York University in 2003. He then completed advanced leadership training at the DeGroote School of Business and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

He was certified as a Chartered Director by The Directors College in July 2021.1)

He completed pre-medical training at the University of Toronto and a residency at McMaster University.

Career

Hamilton Health Sciences (2001-2015)

Preyra worked as a clinical associate from 2001-2003, then as trauma team leader at Hamilton Health Sciences from 2004-2015.

Halton Healthcare (2004-2007)

Preyra worked as an attending emergency physician at Halton Healthcare from 2004-2007.

William Osler Health System (2004-2015)

Preyra worked as an attending emergency physician and Clinical Teaching Unit Director in Emergency Medicine at William Osler Health System.

St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton (2004-present)

Preyra has worked as an Attending Emergency Physician at St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton since 2004. He served as acting Chief of Staff from 2015-2016, and then Deputy Chief of Staff from 2016-2018.2) 3)

Ontario Ministry of the Solicitor General (2008-present)

Preyra has worked at the Ontario Ministry of the Solicitor General as an investigative coroner since 2008.

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (2009-present)

Preyra was hired as an Examiner in Emergency Medicine at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in 2009.4)

McMaster University (2010-present)

Preyra served as the Director for the Training Program in Emergency Medicine at McMaster University from 2010-2014, and is an Assistant Clinical Professor in Medicine.5)

Charlton Medical Billing Services (2012-present)

Preyra has been President of Charlton Medical Billing Services since 2012.6)

College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (2014-present)

Preyra is an Elected Professional Member for District 4 at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO).7)

Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Partnership (2014-current)

Catholic Children's Aid Society of Hamilton (2017-present)

Preyra is a member of the board of the Catholic Children's Aid Society of Hamilton.11)

Joseph Brant Hospital (2018-present)

Associations

Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians

Canadian Medical Association

Preyra is a member of the Canadian Medical Association (CMA).

Canadian Medical Protective Association

Preyra is a member of the Canadian Medical Protective Association.

Medical Council of Canada

Preyra is a member of the Medical Council of Canada.

Ontario Hospital Association

Preyra is a member of the Ontario Hospital Association Physician Leaders Network.14)

Ontario Medical Association

Preyra is a member of the Ontario Medical Association (OMA).

ThoughtWire

Preyra is an Advisor to ThoughtWire, an information technology company working with Internet of Things technology.15)

ThoughtWire is partnered with companies including Honeywell, IBM, Microsoft, and Telus.16)

Research

Funding

Preyra has received research funding from Hamilton Health Sciences.17)

1)
Congratulations To Our 2021 Directors College Graduates! (2021). The Directors College. https://web.archive.org/web/20220618064151/https://thedirectorscollege.com/files/2021/10/TDC_Graduates_2021.pdf
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Ian Preyra. LinkedIn. Retrieved June 16, 2022, from https://www.linkedin.com/in/ian-preyra-60a6a0108/
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Lamanes, A. JBH Opens Regional Pandemic Response Unit | News. St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton. Retrieved June 16, 2022, from https://archive.ph/9Izdc
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Ian Preyra. McMaster Experts. Retrieved June 16, 2022, from https://archive.ph/UwcsD
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Meet the Council. College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. Retrieved February 21, 2022, from https://www.cpso.on.ca/en/About/Council/Meet-the-College-Council
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Bringing the world to its feet. (2021). MLSE. https://archive.ph/BNhLQ
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Partners & Donors. (2022). MLSE Foundation. https://archive.ph/0f0Nn
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Dr. Ian Preyra. (2022). Catholic Children’s Aid Society of Hamilton. https://archive.ph/KDQp5
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Senior Leadership Team. (2021, October 29). Joseph Brant Hospital. https://archive.ph/epW7O
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Donor Recognition. (2021). Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation. https://web.archive.org/web/20220616072011/https://jbhfoundation.ca/donor-recognition/
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Ontario Hospital Association Physician Leaders Network. Ontario Hospital Association. Retrieved June 16, 2022, from https://archive.ph/ziEKz
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ThoughtWire’s Leadership Team. (2022). ThoughtWire. https://archive.ph/L0jyv
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ThoughtWire Partners. (2022). ThoughtWire. https://www.thoughtwire.com/about-thoughtwire/partners/
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Preyra, I., & Worster, A. (2003). Hypoglycemia in bacterial septicemia. CJEM, 5(04), 268–270. https://doi.org/10.1017/s1481803500008484
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