He is a Toronto-trained Urologist [FRCS Canada, Urology] with exceptionally broad experience, including Family Practice, Obs Gyn, Neurosurgery, Pediatric Surgery, Emergency Medicine, Nephrology, General Surgery, Urology and Bioidentical Hormone Restoration Therapy.
He received his medical degree from London University [England], after studying at the University College of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica. Subsequently, he completed a five-year residency in Urology at the University of Toronto [research prize winner, 1972].
Dr. Harry’s post-doctorate training included internships in Obstetrics and Gynecology, General Surgery, General Medicine, then apprenticeship to an Edinburgh-trained general surgeon, one year in sole charge of a 70-bed country hospital. Following that, he returned to residency at the U. Hospital of the West Indies, acquiring experience in Neurosurgery, Pediatric Surgery and Emergency Medicine in Jamaica.
His experience includes two years as sole Urologist in Montego Bay [population 600,000], 20 years of Urological surgery in Toronto, at the Doctors’, Central, Wellesley, Toronto Western and Toronto General Hospitals, followed by two and a half years as chief of Urology in Tabuk, Saudi Arabia.
In 2000, Dr. Harry retired from Urology, in favour of Holistic family practice in Etobicoke: soon, he became aware of the need for Hormone Restoration Therapy and began to apply its principles to general Family Care.
In 2012, he became a member of the American Academy of Antiaging Medicine [A4M] and in 2014, discontinued family practice to specialise in Bioidentical Hormone Restoration Therapy [BIHRT].
Following completion of the A4M’s study course, he successfully wrote their written examination and passed the Oral examination. He achieved specialist certification by the A4M in 2016.
Dr. Harry has been practicing Complementary Medicine, with an accent on Bioidentical Hormone Restoration, in Collingwood since November 2014 and joins StoneTree Naturopathic Clinic in January, 2017.
Dr. Harry no longer does surgery or active management of Urological problems, but he is available for Urologic consultation: he will evaluate your history and test results, to verify the necessity for referral to an active Urologist or to give a second opinion if there are questions or doubts regarding proposed management.
He will provide a written opinion to the patient, the Naturopath, the Urologist or the Family Physician, on request.