Anil Gupta

Anil Gupta

Staff Cardiologist, Trillium Health Partners
Lead, Undergraduate Cardiology Education, UTM
Cardiology Lead, Cardiac Diagnostics and Cardiac Rehabilitation
Lecturer, University of Toronto
Investigator, Institute for Better Health, Trillium Health Partners
Research Director, One Heart Care Ventures
Toronto, ON

Dr. Anil Gupta is Staff Cardiologist at the Trillium Health Partners.
Currently the Physician Lead for Cardiac Rehabilitation and Diagnostic Services. He has been the Medical Director of the Coronary Care Unit and Clinical Cardiology for the Trillium Health Partners and the Innovation Lead for the Cardiac Program. He has been an active member of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, Medical Quality of Care Committee and Medical Education Committee. Dr. Gupta is the Founder and Co-Chair of the Smoking Cessation Program at Trillium. 
He is a council member for the Canadian Cardiovascular Society.
He is the Research Director at One Heart Care Ventures and an Investigator for the Institute for Better Health, Trillium Health Partners.

He is a Lecturer at the University of Toronto and an active member of the teaching staff for the Mississauga Academy of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto. 

Dr. Gupta is the Past President of the Trillium Health Centre Medical Staff Association, served on the Medical Advisory Committee and a member of the Trillium Health Centre Board of Directors. 

He currently serves on Telefilm Canada’s Talent Fund and is a cardiology consultant to Tennis Canada and Basketball Canada. 

Dr. Gupta has been a Council member on the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the Canadian Cardiovascular Society (CCS). He is the Chair of Continuing Medical Education for the Greater Toronto Area Community Cardiologists (GTACC) and Chair of the Trillium Health Centre Cardiology Education Committee. 

He served on the Canadian Hypertension Society Guidelines Implementation Committee (CHEP). Dr. Gupta was a panelist for the CCS Fitness to Drive/Fly Consensus Document, CCS Peripheral Artery Disease Consensus Document and the CCS Antiplatelet Therapy Consensus Document.


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