Virtual healthcare services from the comfort of your home

Meet the specialists behind ownhealth, the first network of its kind to provide comprehensive, convenient, multidisciplinary foot care for Ontario residents with diabetes.

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Our Team

Dr. Asem Saleh

Dr. Asem Saleh is a Vascular Surgeon at Humber River Hospital. He has a special interest in limb-loss prevention and salvage, diabetic foot care and education. He is an assistant lecturer at the University of Toronto.

Dr. Abubaker Khalifa

Abubaker Khalifa is an Internal Medicine physician as well as a Critical Care Consultant in Ontario. He completed training in McMaster University and continued training in Biodesign/Innovation at Stanford University. He works extensively in early stage medical device innovation in the US and in Canada.

Dr. Kerry Graybiel

Dr. Graybiel is the Chief of Vascular Surgery of Humber River Hospital, Toronto.  His clinical practice encompasses the full spectrum of vascular disease, with a particular interest in diabetic wound care and lower extremity revascularization for limb preservation.  He is currently appointed as an adjunct professor at the University of Toronto.

Dr. M. Guirgis

Dr. M. Guirgis is a staff vascular surgeon at the St. Catharines site within the Niagara Health System. He completed specialist training at McMaster University where he is also a clinical assistant professor. He has a particular interest in wound care and offers an up-to-date, minimally invasive approach to limb salvage.

Our Affiliated Clinics

Ownhealth’s virtual platform is supported by a network of physical sites, which provide geographically convenient locations when diagnostics, in-person wound care, and/or surgical interventions become necessary.

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