Gastroenterology

The following page displays the gastroenterology physician profiles at the Peterborough Clinic. Please either click on a link below or scroll down to view the physician profiles.

Dr. S. R. Brien MD, FRCPC
Dr. S. Pandya MD, FRCPC
Dr. B. Rajendran MD, FRCPC

Dr. S. R. Brien MD, FRCPC

Dr. Steve Brien joined the Clinic in 1985. Steve obtained his medical degree from Queens University in 1980 before moving to McMaster University to complete the residency programs in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology in 1985.

Steve is a member of the Ontario Association of Gastroenterology, the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology and the Specialist Coalition of Ontario.

Dr. Brien enjoys playing hockey with a team of physicians (The Quacks), as well as coaching his son’s hockey team. Steve and his wife Rosanne have four children. The family takes pleasure in golfing, skiing, sailing and relaxing by the pool.

Suite: 301
Tel: (705) 740-6851
Fax: (705) 740-6899

The Peterborough Clinic’s website was created as an information site only. Requests emailed through the Clinic’s site for the purpose of medical advice, follow-ups and or booking appointments will not be answered. It is strongly recommended to phone the physician’s office directly should any medical questions and or concerns arise.

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Dr. S. Pandya MD, FRCPC

Dr. Pandya is a Gastroenterologist with expertise in ERCPs, self-expanding metal stents, other therapeutic procedures and management of complex IBD. Dr. Pandya has been working in suite 301 since November 1st and he is a member of the PRHC team.

Dr. Pandya earned his medical degree at University of Nairobi in Kenya in 1984. After practicing medicine in Kenya, Dr. Pandya immigrated to Canada in 1987; practicing in Regina before moving to Toronto and completing the Internal Medicine program at the University of Toronto in 1993. Dr. Pandya worked in Oakville from 1994 through to 2012 and completed his Gastroenterology residency at the University of Western Ontario in 1996.

At Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital – Halton Healthcare Services, Dr. Pandya held a variety of key roles including: Chair of Medicine from 2000 to 2003, Chair of Gastroenterology from 2003 to 2007 and he was also instrumental in designing new endoscopy rooms and GI units in the hospital together with the Ministry of Health in 2005.

After working for 18 years at Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital-Halton Healthcare Services, Dr. Pandya moved to Dubai where he continued his work as a Gastroenterologist for 18 months before returning to Oakville to continue working as a Gastroenterologist.

Dr. Pandya is the proud father of a son and a daughter; both of whom are lawyers practicing in Toronto.

Suite: 301
Tel: (705) 740-6878
Fax: (705) 740-6899

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Also highly recommended is the smartphone/iphone app called ‘PREPIT’.

The PREPIT app is a practical tool to help you prepare for your colonoscopy if you have been prescribed PICOPREP/ PREPOPIK/ PICOLAX/ PICO-SALAX.

The app can be downloaded for free through the Apple Store or Google Play.

 

 

The PREPIT app is designed to help you best prepare your bowel for your colonoscopy by providing:

  • Direction: Creating a tailored dosing schedule that shows you when to preform each step of the bowel cleansing process.
  • Education: Explaining why a clean bowel is important for a successful colonoscopy.
  • Tips: On what to eat and drink, and how to prepare and take the PICO-SALAX medication.

FEATURES:

  • Based on the time of your colonoscopy appointment and the instructions from your healthcare professional, the PREPIT app creates a schedule that shows when to perform each step of the bowel cleansing process.
  • Within your schedule you can track how much clear liquid you have drunk after each sachet of PICO-SALAX.  Drinking sufficient amounts of clear liquids is very important for the success of the bowel cleansing.
  • The PREPIT app also provides guidance on what to eat and drink (and what to avoid) at each step of the process and how to prepare and take the PICO-SALAX medication, as well as general information about the colonoscopy.

The Peterborough Clinic’s website was created as an information site only. Requests emailed through the Clinic’s site for the purpose of medical advice, follow-ups and or booking appointments will not be answered. It is strongly recommended to phone the physician’s office directly should any medical questions and or concerns arise.

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Dr. B. Rajendran MD, FRCPC

Dr. Bahe Rajendran joined the Clinic in 2008.  Bahe completed his undergraduate degrees from the University of Windsor and obtained his medical degree from the University of Alberta in 2002.  He completed his specialty training at Queen’s University in Kingston.

Bahe and his wife Gowry have two children.  Prior to medicine and children Bahe enjoyed bicycling, cricket and soccer.

Suite: 301
Tel: (705) 740-6861
Fax: (705) 740-6899

The Peterborough Clinic’s website was created as an information site only. Requests emailed through the Clinic’s site for the purpose of medical advice, follow-ups and or booking appointments will not be answered. It is strongly recommended to phone the physician’s office directly should any medical questions and or concerns arise.

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