Dr. Rachna Chari


Not accepting new patients

I completed a Bachelor of Health Sciences degree at the University of Western Ontario, with a focus on Health Promotion, before moving to Alberta for medical school at the University of Calgary. I then returned home to do my Family Medicine residency at the University of Toronto, followed by a fellowship in Low Risk Obstetrics. Since then, I have spent my time working in a variety of settings, and I am super excited to start a practice of my own at the Village Family Health Team.

My special interests in medicine include preventative care, pediatrics, adolescent medicine, sexual health, chronic disease management, palliative care, and obstetrics.  That being said, my main passion is to be able to provide comprehensive, long-term primary care to people of all ages and backgrounds.

Outside of medicine, I love to travel, read, bike, cook(and eat), play soccer, and continue to explore this fantastic city and everything it has to offer.

Health Resources

Info updated May 10th,2022

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Accepting Pregnant Patients

Are you pregnant and looking for high quality care?  The Village FHT is now accepting self and physician referrals for prenatal care.  Have your physician fax a referral to 416 599 2001 or call us directly 416 599 8348 and press 3 for the new patient line.

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