Individual family practices
After completing his medical training at the University of Alberta, Peter moved to Calgary in 1999. He took over and expand an existing family practice in the Beltline, and though his practice changed buildings, Peter remained with it for 18 years. In 2018 he got the opportunity to open a physican-owned clinic, Cura Family Practice, in his own neighbourhood, so he said goodbye to the Red Mile. He continues to serve his family practice patients at this new location, a short walk from his home in Chinook Park.
After growing up in the small town of Salmon Arm, B.C. Claire moved to Alberta, where she completed her medical training. Settling their family in Calgary has offered her husband the opportunity to pursue his career as a urologist and researcher at the Rockyview Hospital, though it changed any plans that Claire had to practice rural family medicine. However, with the partnership in Cura Family Practice, a physician-owned clinic, she has been able build a family practice that promotes the connection between physician and patient that is the core of family medicine, urban or rural. It is that relationship that is the foundation for the medical home she strives to grow for her family practice patients.
Antonia is excited to join Cura Family Practice. Although she has enjoyed the time she spent working as a locum physician in and around Calgary, she is now looking forward to settling into a family practice of her own. Creating strong physician-patient relationships is a priority while building a medical practice home. Having grown up in Calgary, she is happy to have the opportunity to set her roots down in her hometown.
shared family and low risk obstetrical practice