Dr. Warshawsky is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Critical Care Medicine and Medicine at McGill University.
He has been the chief of Adult Critical Care Medicine at the Jewish General Hospital since 2009. He completed residency training in Internal Medicine, followed by Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at McGill University. After residency he completed a research fellowship at Loyola University of Chicago where his research interest was control of breathing and mechanical ventilation.
Dr. Warshawsky has a special interest in mechanical ventilation and weaning from mechanical ventilation. He also has an associate appointment at the McGill University Health Center (MUHC) where he works in a specialized ICU dedicated to weaning patients from mechanical ventilation. He has a strong interest in quality of care, and has acted as a Medical Examiner for the CIUSSS as well as being an active member on many committees related to the quality of care including the Medical Executive Committee of the CIUSSS and the Committee for the Assessment of Medical Acts of the JGH.
Dr. Warshawsky was a member of the Ministerial Sub-committee for COVID-19 Critical Care and is a current member of the Technical Committee for Acute and Surgical Care Services of Health Standards Organization.
Dr. De Marchie is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Medicine and Critical Care Medicine at McGill.
Dr. Dial is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Medicine (Division of Respiratory Medicine) and Critical Care Medicine.
She is cross appointed at the Jewish General Hospital and the MUHC where she is the Director of the Montreal Chest Institute’s Respiratory and Critical Care Unit.
Dr. Dial's interests are critical care and observational research. She is director of the Respiratory Weaning Program and thus is responsible for the development of approaches to weaning patients from mechanical ventilation.
Dr. Jayaraman is an Associate Professor of in the Departments of Medicine and Critical Care at McGill University and an attending physician at the Jewish General Hospital and the MUHC.
He completed a Master of Public Health degree at Harvard University in 2008 and was the program director for McGill’s Critical Care Residency program from 2014-2021. He is the Director of Quality Improvement in both departments at the MUHC and Director of a clinical teaching unit in the Division of General Internal Medicine at the Montreal General Hospital.
He is actively involved with teaching undergraduate and postgraduate trainees in critical care and internal medicine and has won numerous teaching awards in both fields.
His major research interest is in improving the quality of care provided to in-patients on the medical wards and critical care units, particularly as it relates to end of life care.
Dr. Lipes is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Critical Care and Medicine at McGill University and attending physician at the Jewish General Hospital in the divisions of Critical Care and General Internal Medicine.
He completed his Internal Medicine and Critical Care training at McGill University followed by a cardiac critical care fellowship at the Institut universitaire de cardiologie et de pneumologie de Québec (IUCPQ). Dr. Lipes completed additional fellowship training in echocardiography at the Jewish General Hospital.
Dr. Lipes is active in teaching postgraduate trainees in Internal Medicine and Critical Care Medicine at McGill, with a particular focus on point of care ultrasound (POCUS). He is currently the Competency Committee Chair for the McGill Critical Care residency program.
Dr. Lipes is certified as an ECMO practitioner, having completed the ELSO Adult ECMO practitioner certification (E-AEC), and is the medical director of the JGH ECMO program.
Dr. Lipes' clinical and research interest include pulmonary embolism, obstetrical critical care and mechanical circulatory support.
Dr. Patricia McMillan is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Anesthesia and Critical Care Medicine.
Dr. Peretz-Larochelle is an Assistant Professor at McGill University in the Department of Medicine. She is a Critical Care Medicine specialist and Cardiologist at the Jewish General Hospital and the co-program director for the McGill University Adult Cardiology training program. She earned her medical degree from McGill University in 2011 where she completed 3 years of Internal Medicine residency and 3 years of Cardiology residency.
Dr. Peretz-Larochelle pursued additional training, obtaining Royal College certification, in Critical Care Medicine at the University of Toronto, followed by an additional Fellowship in Device Implantation at the Ottawa Heart Institute.
Dr Peretz-Larochelle is active in undergraduate as well as post graduate education both in Critical Care Medicine and Cardiology. Her clinical and research interests focus on medical education.
Dr. Blair Schwartz is an Associate Professor of Medicine and attending critical care medicine physician at the Jewish General Hospital. He received his medical degree from McGill University in 2006, and continued at McGill to complete residency and fellowship training in General Internal Medicine and Critical Care Medicine. Thereafter, in 2013, he completed a Master of Health Sciences degree in the Graduate Training Program in Clinical Investigation at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, Maryland where his training focused on Patient Safety and Quality Improvement methodology.
Since joining the division in 2013, his clinical interests have included in-hospital resuscitation practices, palliative care in the ICU and Medical Aid in Dying, in addition to a general Critical Care practice. He is the medical lead for the in-hospital resuscitation team and Chair of the Internal Medicine Morbidity & Mortality Committee, both at the Jewish General Hospital. His research focuses largely on interventions and protocols to improve the safe delivery of care to hospitalized patients, with a particular interest in medication related adverse events.
Dr. Schwartz is regularly involved in teaching medical students, residents and fellows on a variety of critical care topics, both at McGill University and at the Jewish General Hospital, and has an interest in leveraging technological means to deliver didactic materials in a non-traditional format.
Dr. Evan Wong completed his Medical Degree and General Surgery residency at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. During residency, he earned a Masters of Public Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, Maryland, where he specialized in Epidemiology & Biostatistics and published extensively on access to trauma and surgical care in low-resource settings. After completion of his residency program, he then pursued subspecialty training in Critical Care Medicine at McGill prior to returning to Johns Hopkins University to complete a Trauma and Acute Care Surgery Fellowship.
Dr. Wong is cross-appointed at the Jewish General Hospital and the McGill University Health Centre, as well as across the Departments of Surgery and Critical Care Medicine. He is certified by the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada in General Surgery and Critical Care Medicine and by the American Board of Surgery in General Surgery and Surgical Critical Care. Dr. Wong is an active Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada and a Fellow of the American Board of Surgery. He sits on committees of the Canadian Association of General Surgeons as well as the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma. He holds specialist certificates from the Collège des Médecins du Québec in General Surgery and Critical Care Medicine.
Dr. Wong is active in Undergraduate and Postgraduate Education, in both General Surgery and Critical Care Medicine. He is the current Associate Program Director of the Critical Care Medicine residency program. He is also the current lead for Injury Prevention at the MUHC. He holds surgical privileges at the Ungava Tulattavik Health Center in Kuujjuaq, Quebec, as well as at the Inuulitsivik Health Centre in Puvirnituq, Quebec. As such, he has been appointed the lead for Trauma and General Surgery services in Nunavik and focuses on building patient-centered care pathways, quality improvement initiatives and healthcare professional education programs in conjunction with the local communities. His research interests focus on these goals, notably disparities in access to care, trauma systems and patient-centered outcomes.
Dr. Stephen S. Yang, MDCM MSc is an assistant professor in the division of critical care. He completed his Medical Degree and Anesthesiology residency at McGill University. He then pursued a subspeciality training in Critical Care Fellowship at McGill, a MSc in Health Research Methodology specializing in clinical epidemiology at McMaster University, and a fellowship in Perioperative Medicine Research at the Population Health Research Institute.
Dr. Yang’s research interests focus on perioperative medicine, hemodynamic changes during perioperative period, advanced hemodynamic monitoring of high-risk surgical patients, and postoperative outcomes. Dr. Yang is currently the director of research in the Department of Anesthesia at Jewish General Hospital.
Dr. Yang is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada in Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, and holds a specialist certificate from Collège des Médecins du Québec.