Dr. Sina Sajed
Family Physician Primary Care representative, Seniors Care Network (Central East LHIN). Physician Lead MINT Memory Clinic (Durham and Scarborough). Consulting physician, Toronto Memory Program. Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Queen's University.
Dr. Sina Sajed ~ Family Physician & Primary Care representative, Seniors Care Network (Central East LHIN)
Dr. Sina Sajed completed his residency in family medicine at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada in 2008. Soon afterwards he began to focus his clinical work towards the care of the elderly and neurocognition. He co-founded the Upper Canada Memory Clinic in Kingston/Gananoque in 2010 with Dr. Michelle Casey. In 2015, he relocated from Kington to Toronto to access better primary school educational services for his son who has ASD. Dr. Sajed was designated with focused practice designation in Geriatric Medicine, awarded the status of Fellow of the Canadian College of Family Physicians, and earned his Certificate of Added Competency in the Care of the Elderly.
Dr. Sajed currently is the medical director of multiple elder care facilities in the greater Toronto area and is an attending physician at the Ukrainian Canadian Care Centre and West Park nursing homes. Dr. Sajed is the physician lead of the MINT memory clinics in the Durham and Scarborough regions and a consulting physician at the Toronto Memory Program. Dr. Sajed is also the faculty development lead for the Department of Family Medicine of Queen’s University at the Oshawa/Lakeridge site. He runs a teaching practice training resident physicians, medical students, and nurse practitioners. Finally, Dr. Sajed is an investigating coroner for York Region in Ontario.