Dr. Ian McIntyre
The Anesthesia Resident training program at the University of Manitoba offers a wide array of clinical and academic opportunities both locally and internationally. The Department of Anesthesia at the University of Manitoba is a broad-based clinical program committed to producing high caliber anesthesiologists who will go on to fulfill leading roles, enriching their future departments and the specialty as a whole. The program is structured around basic clinical excellence as the core, with sufficient flexibility to allow the resident to tailor the training to particular areas of interest in research, teaching, administration or clinical sub-specialty. The administration is guided by the philosophy that all successful Anesthesiologists must first be well-rounded clinicians, and that the growth of the specialty depends on those individuals with special talents to develop in those directions. The clinical exposure in the program is primarily focused at the two tertiary hospitals, Health Sciences Centre and the St. Boniface Hospital. In addition to time spent in these sites, the Children’s Hospital provides pediatric experience, Pain management at Pan Am, and community rotations are offered at Concordia, The Grace and Victoria General Hospitals.
Resident well-being and continued support is an important focus in our program. A resident retreat is organized on an annual basis by our resident social representatives which includes a full day of non- clinical activities that allow all residents to network and build a rapport with one another. In addition, a Physician wellness curriculum is offered to residents to build and maintain the tools to cope with stress both within and outside the program.
Health Sciences Centre (including the General Hospital, the Women’s Hospital, and the Children’s Hospital)
St. Boniface Hospital
Brandon Regional Centre
Community Hospitals (Grace, Victoria, Concordia)
Pan Am Surgical Centre
Clinical Learning Simulation Facility (Brodie Centre)
Each teaching hospital site has a computer with internet access with web-based literature searching available 24 hours, close to work location. Electronic texts and journals are available as is a library of CD-ROMS. A patient simulator and Airway Lab are accessible to Anesthesia Residents. There is a Clinical Learning and Simulation Training Facility which actively engages Residents in simulation.
Brandon is a welcoming community nestled along the Assiniboine River, rich in diverse culture and offering a metropolitan lifestyle with the charm of small town living with an in city commute of 12 minutes. Located in the heart of Southwestern Manitoba, approximately 200 km West of Winnipeg
Food & service outlets, all major banking institutes, and many more.
Restaurants offer something for all tastes and budgets — Over 100 restaurants & eateries and over 25 Bars & Lounges, many offer regular live entertainment.
Cultural, recreational and entertainment opportunities abound
Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba — presents national and international exhibitions and works by regional artists
Brandon University School of Music
Westman Centennial Auditorium
Lieutenant Governors Winter Festival — 4 day event that with numerous pavilions that offer food and beverages from each culture
Brandon is great for the outdoor enthusiast. The Riverbank Discovery Centre is home to Brandon Tourism, Brandon First and Ducks Unlimited Canada Provincial Field offices is situation along the Assiniboine River.
The “Red Willow Trail” pedestrian bridge links together a mixture of attractive walkways, cycling routes, nature reserves and picnics spots.
The Keystone Centre is Manitoba’s premier recreation centre offering three NHL sized ice surfaces, an Indoor Athletic Court, and an eight-sheet curling rink all under one roof. The Keystone Centre offers 540,000 square feet of space making it excellent for trade shows or conferences.
Brandon, Manitoba The Wheat City
Home of the Wheat Kings, BU Bobcats, and a whole lot more!