NFHT CHANGE Program team

CHANGE Program now available in Ontario

We are excited to announce that we have completed training five new clinics in Ontario, and the CHANGE Program will be available to patients with metabolic syndrome...

Rupinder Dhaliwal with Dr. Amer Johri (in blue shirt) and his MetS research team

MetSC Presents at first Patient Focus Group in Kingston

On July 25, 2017 Rupinder Dhaliwal, Director of Operations for MetSC, participated in the first Focus Day for patients with metabolic syndrome in Kingston, Ontario. The session was organized by Dr. Amer Johri, a Heart and Stroke Foundation scientist and Cardiologist/researcher from Queen's University. 

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Three-year study sees success in reversing symptoms of metabolic syndrome

TORONTO, ON – A three-year study published in CMAJ Open has concluded that metabolic syndrome (MetS) may be reversed through participation in a team-based lifestyle intervention program including diet and exercise changes. Metabolic syndrome is a clinical, silent condition first discovered by a family physician during routine checkup.

get moving

MetSC is proud to support AFHTO physical activity workshop

"Get Moving! Physical Activity for Quality Care" is a one day workshop in Toronto lead by the Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario that helps healthcare teams to encourage patients in moving more, no matter where they are starting from.