Nadia Incardona, MD, MHSc, CCFP
Lecturer, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto
Rural Northern Initiative Coordinator, Department of Family and Community Medicine

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Nadia Incardona completed her medical training at Queen's University in 2006. She came to Toronto for her family medicine residency and Supplemental Emergency Medicine Experience. After starting her career working in various rural locations around Ontario, she now works as a hospitalist and Emergency Physician at Toronto East General Hospital. She is the Rural Northern Initiative Coordinator in the Department of Family and Community medicine and continues to travel to rural and remote Ontario with family medicine trainees to provide short-term coverage in underserviced areas. In 2014 she received her MHSc in Bioethics from the Joint Centre for Bioethics at the University of Toronto. She was the Advance Care Planning Physician Lead for the East Toronto Health Link from for 2014-15.


Dr. Incardona's current ethics interests are around healthcare provider education to improving values-based conversations related to advance care planning and goals of care.