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Dr. Rajendra D. Kale

Neurologist (VPT)

The Ottawa Hospital

HQ Phone: (613) 722-7000

Email: r***@***.ca

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The Ottawa Hospital

1053 Carling Avenue

Ottawa, Ontario K1Y 4E9

Canada

Company Description

The Ottawa Hospital is a compassionate provider of patient-centred care with an emphasis on tertiary-level and specialty care, primarily for residents of Eastern Ontario. The Ottawa Hospital educates future health-care professionals in partnership with th ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Editorial-Writing

Staff Neurologist

The Ottawa Hospital

Then-Interiim Editor

CMAJ

Editor-in-Chief

Canadian Medical Association

Editor-in-chief (Interim)

CMAJ

Editor

Montreal Gazette

Editor

CMJ

Senior Clinical Editor

British Medical Journal

Education

MD

Matthew B. Stanbrook MD PhD

Web References (190 Total References)


Leadership & Members | Department of Medicine in Ottawa

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Dr. Rajendra Kale (Epilepsy)


Judges Bios

www.magazine-awards.com [cached]

Rajendra Kale: Rajendra Kale qualified from Grant Medical College in Mumbai, India and then specialized there in neurology. After practicing in Pune, India as a neurologist with a special interest in epilepsy, he moved to London, England to work for the BMJ for several years. In 2008, he moved to Ottawa to work for the CMAJ. He is also an assistant professor (neurology) in the department of medicine in the University of Ottawa and visiting neurologist at the Ottawa Hospitals.


Written by acting editor Dr. ...

www.winnipegfreepress.com [cached]

Written by acting editor Dr. Rajendra Kale, the editorial says parking charges are a health-care user fee in disguise, and an impediment to good care.

Kale, a neurologist at the Ottawa Hospital, said he's had patients wrap up appointments before the work is completed because they are worried their parking is about to expire.
"I didn't like that. Because that seemed to be interfering with the clinical process of getting the history, examination, talking to them about side-effects and so on," he said in an interview from Ottawa.
"They often wait for a long time, as we know, to get appointments.... Having waited for so long, they don't get the high quality interaction because their mind is on parking."
Kale, who moved to Canada from the United Kingdom three years ago, noted that health authorities in Wales and Scotland did away with parking fees at hospitals in 2008. He suggested charging for parking runs counter to the Canada Health Act, which guarantees access to care without financial barriers.
"This is a barrier to health care," Kale said.


Written by acting editor Dr. ...

www.winnipegfreepress.com [cached]

Written by acting editor Dr. Rajendra Kale, the editorial says parking charges are a health-care user fee in disguise, and an impediment to good care.

Kale, a neurologist at the Ottawa Hospital, said he's had patients wrap up appointments before the work is completed because they are worried their parking is about to expire.
"I didn't like that. Because that seemed to be interfering with the clinical process of getting the history, examination, talking to them about side-effects and so on," he said in an interview from Ottawa.
"They often wait for a long time, as we know, to get appointments.... Having waited for so long, they don't get the high quality interaction because their mind is on parking."
Kale, who moved to Canada from the United Kingdom three years ago, noted that health authorities in Wales and Scotland did away with parking fees at hospitals in 2008. He suggested charging for parking runs counter to the Canada Health Act, which guarantees access to care without financial barriers.
"This is a barrier to health care," Kale said.


Written by acting editor Dr. ...

www.theguardian.pe.ca [cached]

Written by acting editor Dr. Rajendra Kale, the editorial says parking charges are a health-care user fee in disguise, and an impediment to good care.

Kale, a neurologist at the Ottawa Hospital, said he's had patients wrap up appointments before the work is completed because they are worried their parking is about to expire.
"I didn't like that. Because that seemed to be interfering with the clinical process of getting the history, examination, talking to them about side-effects and so on," he said in an interview from Ottawa.
"They often wait for a long time, as we know, to get appointments.... Having waited for so long, they don't get the high quality interaction because their mind is on parking."
Kale, who moved to Canada from the United Kingdom three years ago, noted that health authorities in Wales and Scotland did away with parking fees at hospitals in 2008. He suggested charging for parking runs counter to the Canada Health Act, which guarantees access to care without financial barriers.
"This is a barrier to health care," Kale said.
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That's my main reason for writing this," - Dr. Rajendra Kale

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