Dr. Peter Gladstone
Dr Gladstone graduated from the University of Toronto and completed residency training, also in Toronto, in Internal medicine and Cardiology. Following this he completed sub-specialty training in interventional cardiology (angioplasty) at Toronto Western Hospital (UHN). He was on staff at Toronto Western and Toronto General Hospital until 2001. He was director of the cardiac catheterization laboratory and the residency training program while at UHN. In 2001 he relocated to the Rouge Valley Health System-Centenary site, to start the interventional program. In November 2001 the ministry of health chose RVHS to become the province’s first “strand-alone” angioplasty centre. His practice includes interventional cardiology and general cardiology. He sees patients in the Scarborough, Pickering and Ajax offices of Rouge Valley Cardiology.