Sarah Schwartz is a paediatrician at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and an assistant professor at the University of Toronto. She was involved in the development and implementation of the first paediatric EDS clinic in Canada, which was launched in 2017. She continues to work closely with the Hospital for Sick Children EDS Clinic multi-disciplinary team as the program’s paediatrician.
Dr. Schwartz is a graduate of McGill University Medical School, the New York University (NYU) Paediatric Residency Program, and the Hospital for Sick Children Academic General Paediatrics Fellowship Program. She also completed a Masters in Education at the University of Toronto.
Having worked at the Hospital for Sick Children for over a decade, Dr. Schwartz is actively involved in clinical care, medical education and leadership activities. As the Program Director of the Division of Paediatric Medicine Fellowship Programs since 2014, she has been successful in developing and growing a training program that encompasses Academic General Paediatrics, Paediatric Hospital Medicine, Community Paediatrics, Child Maltreatment Paediatrics, Paediatric Palliative Care and Paediatric Dermatology. As the Director of Ambulatory Paediatrics for the Division of Paediatric Medicine since 2012, she has been part of leading a significant shift in models of care.