Dr. Kent is an associate professor of anesthesiology and pain medicine. He has a specific interest and expertise in regional and obstetric anesthesia.
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Patient Care Philosophy
I try to provide anesthesia and pain relief in a way that makes my patients feel listened to and truly cared for during what can be difficult and anxious times. One size doesn’t fit all in anesthesia and by paying attention to what is important for my patients I hope to make their experience of procedures seem routine from the perspective of how much anxiety they feel but special with regard to the personal contact and human connection.
Bicycling, running, skiing and literature.
He has a clinical interest in regional anesthesia which includes spinal, epidural and nerve block anesthesia for pain relief during and after surgical procedures.
Clinical research in understanding and preventing awareness during general anesthesia.
|Victoria General Hospital||Internship||1989
|Univ. of Saskatchewan||Medical education||1988
|Montreal General Hospital||Residency||
|New York University Medical Center||Residency||
|American Board of Anesthesiology||Anesthesiology||2006