Dr. Stefan Kegel




Dr. Stefan Kegel, MD, CCFP, obtained his medical degree from the University of Toronto.   He subsequently trained in Family Medicine at McMaster University, where he was Chief Resident in his final year of residency. He completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology with a Minor in Biology from McMaster University prior to his study of Medicine.


Dr. Kegel spent his first years of practice working in different communities in Ontario, including Collingwood, Hamilton, Etobicoke and Toronto. He is passionate about evidence based medicine and is currently partaking in research initiatives in medical education.  Dr. Kegel has Faculty Appointments in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Toronto and McMaster University.  He partakes in clinical teaching of medical students and residents.


In his free time, Dr. Kegel enjoys running, golfing and personal fitness. He is also an avid Toronto sports fan. Dr. Kegel and his wife organized the Ovarian Cancer Walk of Hope for 5 years from 2012 – 2016, raising awareness about ovarian cancer.  He is also an on-air Medical Expert for CTV New Channel providing his medical opinion on various health topics.



Doctor of Medicine
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON
Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology; Minor in Biology
McMaster University
Hamilton, ON
Residency and Fellowships
Family Medicine
McMaster University, Hamilton Site
Hamilton, ON

Certificate of the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CCFP)

Continuing Education – Dermatology for the PCP

Advanced Care Life Support (ACLS)

Advances in Labour and Risk Management (ALARM)

Neonatal Resuscitation

Specialty Interests

Medical Education

Evidence Based Medicine


Mental Health

Awards and Honours

Research & Presentations:

Can alerts from a mobile application improve how residents prepare for the certification examination? NAPCRG, Colorado Springs, Colorado, November 2016.


To what extent do residents use an app for self-learning related to the 99 Priority Topics? Family Medicine Forum, Toronto, ON, November 2015.


Do Male Residents Get Unequal Exposure to Providing PAP Tests Compared With Their Female Counterparts? Family Medicine Forum, Quebec City, QB, November 2014.


Do male residents get unequal exposure to providing Pap tests at Stonechurch Family Health Centre? NAPCRG Annual Meeting, New York City, NY, November 2014.

Professional Memberships

Canadian Medical Association

Ontario Medical Association

Canadian Medical Protective Association

Canadian College of Family Physician

College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario

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