Amy  Montour, BScN, MSc, MD, CCFP

Amy Montour, BScN, MSc, MD, CCFP

McMaster University

Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine

Expertise: Health CarePalliative CareElderly HealthcareIndigenous Health

Dr. Amy Montour is an Haudenosaunee woman from the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. She has completed Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Science in Nursing, and Doctor of Medicine degrees at McMaster University. Amy works clinically as a palliative care physician and as an advocate for Indigenous health. As full-time faculty with the McMaster University Department of Family Medicine she serves as the Site Director for the Grand Erie Six Nations site and as an Indigenous Health consultant.

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New research collaboration enhances primary care

The collaborate will bring together researchers, clinicians, educators and partners to work on issues that will address the diverse needs of our community, including bringing paramedics into subsidized housing, prison health research, indigenous teaching through art, bringing trained volunteers into the homes of older adults, studying how to reduce the number of unnecessary medications a patient takes, and more.
30-Sep-2020 11:35:54 AM EDT

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