Dr. Rebecca Hicks

Dr. Rebecca Hicks – Not accepting new patients

Due to over whelming demand, Dr. Hicks is suspending registration for new patients, please check later for an update on this.

I am thrilled to be joining the team at Village Family Health Team.  I grew up in the west end of Toronto and I am excited to return to build my family practice.  I attended the University of Guelph for my undergraduate degree and returned to Toronto for my medical training and residency in family medicine.

I have a special interest in preventative health and being unapologetically myself.  This means there will hopefully lots of smiles, laughs, and maybe even some singing when you visit the office.  I am looking forward to providing comprehensive care to my patients and getting to know them as people.

Outside of medicine, I love to travel, read, and hang out with friends and family.  Over the past several years I have started to explore my latent artistic side in pottery classes and photography

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Info updated May 10th,2022

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