Kareem A. Morant

Kareem A. Morant

Heart Function Clinic Director, NYGH
Assistant (Adjunct) Professor
University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine
Toronto, ON

Dr. Kareem Morant is a cardiologist. He graduated Medical school at University of Ottawa in 2010. 
In 2013, he completed the Internal Medicine program at Western in London, ON where he served as Chief Medical Resident. In 2016 Dr. Morant completed his Cardiology Fellowship at University of Toronto. 

He went on to complete an Advanced Echocardiography Fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota, where he developed a keen interest in Cardiac Amyloidosis (among others) after working with many leaders in the field. He has a particular interest in Hereditary TTR Amyloid in the African-Caribbean Canadian population.

In 2019, Dr. Morant was appointed the role of Heart Function Clinic Director at North York General and is working towards establishing a dedicated Amyloid Clinic in the region. He is also Co-Founder of Cardiac Care North York (CCNY), which is an outpatient full-service Cardiology clinic designed to deliver high quality rapid outpatient cardiac care to the North York community.
Dr. Morant is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine and loves to teach and mentor residents and junior colleagues.

He currently is working to establish a Complex Valve Clinic to improve the care of complex patients with heart failure and valvular heart disease. Through this venture he has become a member of the Tricuspid/Mitral Valve Complex Rounds Team at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre.

Dr. Morant’s currents Interests include regular exercise, cycling, spending time with his family (including his two young children) and lastly, anything and everything Raptors!


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