Dr. Ribas was born in New York, but grew up in Santiago del Estero, Argentina.
He got his medical degree from the Universidad Nacional de Cordoba, Argentina and finished his Cardiology training at the Instituto Modelo de Cardiologia de Cordoba, associated with the Universidad Catolica de Cordoba, Argentina.
Then, in 2002 he moved to Canada to pursuit a Fellowship in Electrophysiology and Pacing at McMaster University, Hamilton Health Sciences.
He is a staff Cardiologist at the Hamilton Health Sciences and St. Joseph’s Healthcare.
The main focus of his practice is cardiac arrhythmia management, pacemakers and ICD implant.



Dr. Stinson is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (FRCPC) in Internal Medicine and Cardiology. She also is a Fellow Emeritus of the American College of Cardiology (FACC).
After graduating with a BScPhm degree as gold medalist from the University of Toronto, she earned her MD from McMaster University. Her specialist and subspecialist fellowship residency programs were also completed at McMaster University.
She has dedicated over 30 years to providing clinical cardiac care, initially in an academic setting at Hamilton Health Sciences, McMaster Campus, and subsequently as a community cardiologist within the region.
Dr. Stinson’s clinical interests include general adult cardiology and echocardiography. More recently, she has developed expertise and clinical experience in the emerging field of Cannabinoid Medicine.


Dr. Oqab is a cardiologist and a research fellow at Population Health Research Institute. Upon completion of medical school, he finished his Internal Medicine residency training at Queen’s University and subsequently Adult Cardiology fellowship at University of Calgary.
Zardasht is passionate about clinical research and has received research grants and awards from the Canadian Stroke Prevention Intervention Network and Cardiac Arrhythmia Network of Canada.
Zardasht has published 20 peer-reviewed articles. He is the recipient of the prestigious 2019 Arthur J.E. Child Fellowship Award to continue his research training.

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