Enjoying distinction as an athlete, medical student, and health care professional, Dr. Keltie Duggan earned her M.D. from the University of Calgary. As an undergraduate at the University of Alberta, Dr. Duggan sat on the Eugene L. Brody Funding Committee, which allocates charitable funds on behalf of the school’s Students’ Union. Dr. Keltie Duggan currently works as a Hospitalist for Peter Lougheed Centre in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where she also contributes as an annual presenter during the institution’s hospitalist clinical teaching rounds. Further, Dr. Duggan works as a Family Physician with the Fanning Center Neurorehabilitation Unit, where she has served since 2011.Dr. Keltie Duggan traveled around the world as a competitive swimmer before entering the field of medicine. She participated with the Edmonton Keyano Swim Club and the Canadian National Swim Team, placing in prestigious competitions such as the Olympic Games, the World Aquatics Championships, the Commonwealth Games, and the Pan American Games. Dr. Duggan remains involved with the sport by volunteering as a Swim Parent Official Timer. Her competitive swimming abilities led to several athletic scholarships at the University of Alberta. Dr. Duggan later completed her postgraduate medical training at the University of Calgary.A Licentiate with the Medical Council of Canada and certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada, Dr. Duggan also maintains certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS). Fluent in French, she continues to teach medical students and residents.
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