Dr. Marc Reeson was born and raised in Regina. He attended the University of Saskatchewan where he obtained his Medical Degree in 2013. Marc went on to complete residency and fellowship training at the University of Ottawa where he attained his Royal College of Physicians certification in both Internal Medicine & General Internal Medicine. Areas of clinical interest include cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, thrombosis, and obstetrical medicine. In addition to being an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan, Marc serves as the Associate Program Director for the University of Saskatchewan Internal Medicine training program.
Dr. Thomas is the Area Chief of Staff and has also been doing COVID work.
During this time, we thank you for understanding that schedules can change with short notice, and you may have an appointment with another specialist in our office in the interim. We are grateful to have recruited additional Internal Medicine Specialists and Nephrologists to help with your care.
We appreciate your cooperation during this time.
Dr. Thomas and the staff of Queen City Medical Specialists
Dr. Amin is a Nephrologist (kidney doctor) and Hypertension specialist at Queen City Medical Specialists. He is also an Assistant Professor at the University of Saskatchewan School of Medicine and a Certified Hypertension Specialist.
After completing his Nephrology training at The University of Ottawa/The Ottawa Hospital, he relocated to Regina in 2019.
He has a special interest in management of resistant (difficult to control) hypertension, kidney diseases (diabetic and non diabetic), glomerulonephritis, home dialysis and medical education.
Outside of work, Dr. Amin enjoys spending time and travelling with his young family.
Dr. Ingrid Wirth completed her medical degree, Internal Medicine residency, and Adult Respirology fellowship at the University of Saskatchewan.
She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine.
Dr. Wirth’s clinical practice includes all areas of general Respirology, and her research interests involve optimizing care for patients with COPD.
He attended medical school at McMaster University, followed by Internal Medicine residency training at the University of Saskatchewan. He is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, as well as assistant professor at the University of Saskatchewan. Calvin has a special interest in addictions medicine, hypertension, and diabetes. He is also a fluent speaker of Cantonese and Mandarin.