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Dr. Arnie Aberman

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Local Address: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Aberman Consulting

Employment History


  • M.D.
    McGill University
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Dr. Arnold Aberman served as ..., 22 Mar 2013 [cached]
Dr. Arnold Aberman served as University of Toronto's Department Chair of Medicine from 1989-1992 and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine from 1992-1999. Prior to serving in those roles, Dr. Aberman was Physician-in-Chief at Mount Sinai Hospital and Toronto General Hospital and held many other leadership positions at various academic organizations.
Dr. Aberman continues to be recognized for his contributions to medicine and academic leadership. As was announced in last month's MediNews, Dr. Aberman was recently awarded the Order of Canada. Congratulations once again Dr. Aberman, Professor Emeritus, on a career filled with continued achievement and success!
Aberman Named Interim Campus ..., 15 Oct 2002 [cached]
Aberman Named Interim Campus Dean, NOMS-WEST
(Thunder Bay, February 18, 2003) Distinguished Canadian medical educator Dr. Arnie Aberman has been named Interim Campus Dean of NOMS-West, the Lakehead University site of the Northern Ontario Medical School, NOMS Founding Dean Roger Strasser announced today.
Dr. Aberman served with NOMS previously as the Consulting Dean from February to August 2002.
"It's critical that we maintain momentum here at NOMS West, and Dr. Aberman certainly will provide the necessary credibility and commitment to ensure that that will be the case."
Dr. Aberman, formerly the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Vice Provost at the University of Toronto, will take up his post in Thunder Bay immediately.He replaces Dr. Louis Francescutti who resigned as NOMS-West Campus Dean last week for family reasons.Dr. Aberman will remain as Campus Dean, NOMS-West until a full-time successor is found, Dr. Strasser concluded.
History, 28 Nov 2014 [cached]
Arnold Aberman
Arnold Aberman
Arnold Aberman received his M.D. from McGill University in 1967, followed by postgraduate training in Internal Medicine, Respirology, and Critical Care at McGill, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, University of California San Francisco, and University of Southern California. In 1973 he was recruited to Toronto as Director of the Intensive Care Unit at Mount Sinai Hospital, where he later served as Physician-in-Chief from 1977-87. In 1989, Dr. Aberman was appointed Chair of the Department of Medicine and Physician-in-Chief at The Toronto Hospital, the first Physician-in-Chief of the combined Toronto General and Toronto Western Departments of Medicine.
Dr. Aberman's major mandate was to merge the two hospital departments clinically, academically, administratively, and financially. The process was completed by early 1992, and the success of the merger served as a model for further hospital mergers that were to follow in the mid-1990's.
While merging the two departments, Dr. Aberman also began the process of changing the relationship of the seven hospital Departments of Medicine and the University Department from a federation to a more centralized and cohesive university department. An Executive Committee composed of all Physicians-in-Chief was created, the Division Directors were given increased authority, the Departmental budget was placed more firmly under the control of the Chair, and steps were initiated to create a single Internal Medicine training program. However, in December, 1992, before many of these changes could be implemented, Dr. Aberman was appointed Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, the first Chair of the Department of Medicine to serve in this position.
From 1987-97 Dr. Phillipson served as Physician-in-Chief at Mount Sinai Hospital, and in 1992 was appointed Acting Chair of the Department of Medicine when Arnold Aberman stepped down to become Dean.
Among the new members to the ..., 7 July 2011 [cached]
Among the new members to the order are Professor Samantha Nutt of medicine, former dean of medicine Arnold Aberman and alumni Fallis, Malcolm Gladwell, Dorothy Griffiths, Eric Jackman, Joseph Kates, Robert Younghusband McMurtry and David Staines.
Aberman, who also served as physician-in-chief at Mount Sinai Hospital, is noted for his contributions to medical education and critical care practice in Canada.
Laurentian University will ..., 21 May 2013 [cached]
Laurentian University will award Professor Arnie Aberman with an Honorary Doctorate of Laws for his work with the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM). The school, established in 2005 by Laurentian and Lakehead University in Thunder Bay - 1,000 kilometres apart - has transformed health care in Ontario by training and retaining doctors and health professionals to practise in rural areas.
"I'm really pleased to receive this honour, because it's a recognition of the impact the school has made on health services in Northern Ontario," said Aberman, a Professor in the Department of Medicine who was Dean of the Faculty of Medicine from 1992 to 1999. "It's been a terrific success.
Aberman was the only one of the school's five-member Implementation Management Committee with experience running a medical school. He gave advice on accreditation, curriculum development and distance education, and came up with a solution for the challenge of establishing one faculty of medicine within two universities: the school as a not-for-profit corporation, with an independent board for fiscal matters and a line of reporting to each university for academic affairs. It was a unique governance model for a faculty of medicine, without precedent in North America.
"Success has many parents, and failure is an orphan," said Aberman. "This school's achievements are the result of hard work by countless individuals in medicine, academia, government and the private sector. Most of all, community involvement across Northern Ontario has been tremendous, and I'm most proud of that."
Aline Chr├ętien, the Chancellor of Laurentian University, will present Aberman with the honorary doctorate at a convocation ceremony on June 4.
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