As we reflect on the first six months of COVID-19, we continue to think about what our lives will look like for the remainder of 2020 and beyond.  What will the impacts be of our kids going back to school? When will it be safe to return to the workplace in a full-time capacity? How can we better prepare for a possible second wave of this pandemic?  As these questions circulate in our minds, we realize there are still so many unknowns.

One thing we know for sure: Trillium Health Partners has cared for one of the highest volumes of COVID-19 patients in the province and remains on the front lines of care in the fight against this pandemic. As part of our continued service to the community, we invite you to join us for a live virtual panel discussion with special guest speakers who are leading experts on COVID-19 and can help us answer these foremost questions, and more.

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

7:00 P.M – 8:00 P.M


Details for the virtual session will be e-mailed to you prior to the event.


Caroline Riseboro, President & CEO, Trillium Health Partners Foundation

Caroline Riseboro is the President & CEO of Trillium Health Partners Foundation (THPF), the largest hospital in Canada and where Caroline was born.  Prior to her role at THPF, Caroline was the President and CEO of Plan International Canada, where she remains the youngest person in history to lead a major Canadian charity. Caroline is well respected for being a champion of innovation and is committed to deepening the community’s engagement with Trillium Health Partners to advance on our bold mission of creating a new kind of health care for a healthier community. Caroline’s accomplishments have been widely recognized when in 2019, Caroline was named Canada’s Most Admired CEO, public sector by Waterstone Human Capital, and in 2017 and 2018, Caroline was recognized as Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women in the trailblazer category.  


Dr. Matthew Robinson, Physician & COVID-19 CME Lead – Acute Care Program, Trillium Health Partners
Dr. Matthew Robinson (MDCM, MScCH, FRCPC) is an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto in the Department of Medicine and a general internist at Trillium Health Partners Credit Valley Hospital in Mississauga, Ontario. He completed medical school at McGill University before pursuing internal medicine training at the University of Toronto. He holds a Master’s Degree in Health Practitioner Education from the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto, and currently supports educational initiatives at Credit Valley Hospital through his role as the clinical teaching unit curriculum specialist. More recently, he served as the acute care lead for COVID-19 continuing medical education at Trillium Health Partners where he organized educational activities in support of the organization’s pandemic response plan. Dr. Robinson’s academic interests include undergraduate medical education, and the deployment of educational technology. When not working, he enjoys cross country running, cooking, and spending time with family.
Dr. Isaac Bogoch, Infectious Disease Specialist, Toronto General Hospital
Dr. Isaac Bogoch is an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto in the Department of Medicine, and is an Infectious Diseases specialist and General Internist at the Toronto General Hospital with a focus on tropical diseases, HIV, and general infectious diseases. He completed medical school and Internal Medicine residency training at the University of Toronto, and then specialized in Infectious Diseases at Harvard University. He holds a Masters Degree in Epidemiology from the Harvard School of Public Health, and has completed fellowships in both Tropical Infectious Diseases and HIV care. Dr. Bogoch divides his clinical and research time between Toronto and several countries in Africa and Asia.
Dr. Sumon Chakrabarti, Division Head, Infectious Diseases, Trillium Health Partners
Dr. Sumon Chakrabarti is an Infectious Diseases & Tropical Medicine Doctor at Trillium Health Partners. He completed his medical school training at the University of Western Ontario and his internal medicine and infectious diseases training in Toronto. His clinical interests include infectious diseases, and particularly tropical medicine. Dr. Chakrabarti is also heavily involved in medical education as the clerkship director for Internal Medicine. In his spare time, he likes to play guitar and tennis.
Dr. Amir Ginzburg, Chief and Medical Director, Medicine Program, Trillium Health Partners
Dr. Amir Ginzburg is Trillium Health Partner’s Chief and Medical Director of the Medicine Program, having previously served as the Chief of Quality and Medical Director of Medical Administration.  Amir supports provincial improvement initiatives as a Clinical Quality Lead at Ontario Health, with a current focus on developing and implementing standards for patient transitions from hospital to home.  He is a featured speaker for the Canadian Patient Safety Institute and holds academic appointments at the University of Toronto’s Centre for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety, the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation and the Department of Medicine.

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