Mississauga Halton Central West Regional Cancer Program
The Mississauga Halton Central West Regional Cancer Program oversees the quality and delivery of cancer services for the areas of South Etobicoke, Mississauga, Halton Hills, Oakville, Milton, Georgetown, Bolton, Brampton, Caledon, Dufferin County, Malton, Orangeville, Rexdale, Shelburne and Woodbridge.
Carlo Fidani Regional Cancer Centre
Located at Trillium Health Partners’ Credit Valley Hospital in Mississauga, the Carlo Fidani Regional Cancer Centre is a specialized treatment centre for individuals living with cancer.
Unveiled in 2005, the centre is integrated with the comprehensive and world-class oncology program across Trillium Health Partners. The regional cancer centre ensures that each patient is treated with the utmost respect and compassion throughout their cancer experience.
Cancer Care Ontario Regional Vice-President, Mississauga Halton Central West Regional Cancer Program
Dr. Scott Berry
Dr. Berry is a medical oncologist, Professor and Head of the Queen's University Department of Oncology and Medical Director of the Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario at the Kingston Health Sciences Centre. He is an active participant in clinical research in gastrointestinal cancer and the Co-Chair of the Gastrointestinal Disease Site Group of the Cancer Care Ontario Program in Evidence- Based Care. In addition, as Executive Director of the Global Oncology Program at Queen’s University, Dr. Berry has worked with a committed team at Queen’s and a global community of health professional partners to improve equity in global cancer care.
Dr. Berry is also passionate about medical education and is a past Chair of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Specialty Committee for Medical Oncology. While at the University of Toronto, Dr. Berry served as the Program Director for the Medical Oncology Training Program from 2005 to 2017. Additionally, Dr Berry is one of the co-founders of OncologyEducation.com, a comprehensive resource of oncology information that connects a global inter-professional community of healthcare professionals and medical learners. His current educational focus is working with partners in South Asia and Africa to develop educational strategies that will build capacity in health care teams caring for patients with cancer.
Not only is Dr. Berry an accomplished leader and educator, but he also holds an academic interest in bioethical issues in cancer care, in particular the ethics of funding and access to new and expensive cancer medications. He was an inaugural member of the Expert Review Committee and former Ethics Advisor for the pan-Canadian Oncology Drug Review, and has served on the American Society of Clinical Oncology Ethics Committee.
Dr. Berry earned both his Bachelor of Science, Doctor of Medicine and Master of Health Sciences in Bioethics degrees at the University of Toronto, followed by postgraduate specialty training there, where he completed residencies in Internal Medicine and Medical Oncology. After completing his training, Dr. Berry worked as a clinician, researcher, and educator from 1998 to 2019 at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and the University of Toronto.