Dr. Tushar Pishe – Physician Leader

Dr. Tushar Pishe – Physician Leader

On behalf of the Department of Emergency Medicine, we would like to extend our congratulations to Dr. Pishe on his success in being awarded the CCPE (Canadian Certified Physician Executive) credential through the Canadian Society of Physician Leaders.

Dr. Pishe has been an Emergency Physician at the SJRH since completing his Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine residencies from Dalhousie University in 2002. He has held various positions including Medical Education Coordinator and Director of Emergency Ultrasound. His main areas of interest are EMS, Point of Care Ultrasound, Trauma Care and he has assumed the role of Provincial Medical Director for Emergency Health Services NB in June 2014.

Dr. Pishe has been associated with the ambulance system for more than 15 years in various roles, including as the local Medical Director for several ambulance services prior to Ambulance New Brunswick and, since 2008, as a member of the Provincial EMS Medical Advisory Committee. He has also contributed greatly to New Brunswick’s EMS System in his roles as Medical Oversight Physician, and the lead for the Air Ambulance Program, as well as acting as a Trauma Control Physician within the NB Trauma Program.

The Canadian Certified Physician Executive (CCPE) credential recognizes and advances physician leadership and excellence through a national, peer-generated, standards-based assessment process. It is based on the tenets of the LEADS in a Caring Environment Capabilities Framework.

Those who earn the credential have demonstrated that they have the leadership capabilities, knowledge and skills needed to succeed ― and to direct, influence and orchestrate change in Canada’s complex health care system.


Congratulations Tushar!

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