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Our Doctors

Dr. Juan Marco Pretorius  BSc, MBChB


Dr. Pretorius started university in Stellenbosch, South Africa in 1994. He completed a Science degree in Genetics and Microbiology in the next three years following before going into medicine. In 2001 he obtained a MBChB degree from the university of Stellenbosch and then did two years of post graduate training in Family Practice. On completion of this he started practice in a small town in Saskatchewan and stayed there for almost 4 years. Now he works in Mission. If not working he is an avid fly fisherman, loves to ride his motorcycle, gardening and martial arts.

Dr. Peter Barnsdale  MB ChB, MRCGP


Family GP with an interest in Emergency Medicine. Dr. Barnsdale studied medicine at the University of Leicester, England. Following graduation he trained as a family physician. He became a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2002 and a member of the Canadian College of Family Practitioners in 2008. Dr Barnsdale actively supports the principals of the public health care system in Canada, and works tirelessly with groups to develop and improvement the medical system.   When not working he enjoys being father to three lively boys, running, skiing.


Dr. Emily Barnsdale   MB ChB, MRCGP


Dr. Barnsdale graduated from the University of Leicester in 1996. After qualifying she worked as a GP and part time in a breast cancer screening clinic before immigrating in 2003. Since being in Canada she has had three boys and now works part time in family practice and the Abbotsford Breast Health Clinic. When not working she is usually to be found hiking, cooking and chasing around after the aforementioned boys.


Dr. Kirti Aneja   MBBS MD CCFP


Dr Aneja graduated from Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, India in 2001. Thereafter She completed her residency in Anesthesia from the same University in 2007 and practiced in India. She came to Canada in 2009 and completed  her residency in Family Medicine from University of British Columbia in 2014 .  She has special interest in preventive medicine and care of the elderly. When not working she  loves to spend time with her husband and son. Her other hobbies include yoga and meditation.

Dr. Farid Rahimi MD


Dr. Rahimi graduated from the University Of Hamburg, Germany in 1993 and completed his post graduate training in Kettering General Hospital, UK. During his training he worked in pediatrics, emergency medicine, family medicine, internal medicine, psychiatry and Obstetrics & Gynecology. Before newly joining Mission Oaks Medical Centre he practiced in Hamburg, Germany and Kent, UK for many years. He is married and has two children. He enjoys reading, walking, going to gym and spending time with family.


Dr. Harj Dau  


Dr Dau graduated from the University of London and has been working as a family doctor in the UK since 1996. He is a Member of the Royal College of GPs in the UK and a Member of the Canadian College of Family Practitioners. He has an interest in care of the elderly, cardiovascular medicine and the teaching and training junior family doctors. He is married to Dr Kamal, has three daughters, speaks Punjabi and enjoys chess, martial arts, gym training and reading widely.


Dr. Liv Kamal  


Dr Kamal graduated from the University of London and has been working as a family doctor in the UK since 1998. She is a Member of the Royal College of GPs in the UK and a Member of the Canadian College of Family Practitioners. She has an interest in Women’s Health and Diabetes and is married to Dr Dau. She enjoys the company of her three daughters, walking and hiking, and is keen to learn to ski well.

Dr. Ashley Mortimore BSc, MD, CCFP

Dr. Mortimore graduated from Ross University School of Medicine in 2013. The first 16 months of her medical training were based out of Dominica, West Indies, and her clinical rotations were completed across the US and Canada. She returned to Canada for her Family Medicine residency training which she completed through the University of British Columbia in 2016. Upon completing residency, she returned home to Mission and began practicing Family Medicine with an interest in women’s health, palliative care and teaching. In her free time she enjoys spending time with family and friends, walking her dog, gardening and reading.

Dr. Laurelyn Yap Juadiong, MD, CCFP

Dr. Juadiong graduated from the Davao Medical School Foundation, Philippines in 1998. She completed her residency and diplomate in Anesthesia in the Philippines and proceeded for further fellowship training at the National University Hospital, Singapore. She had preceptorship training in Dermatology before moving to Canada. She completed her Family Medicine training at the Max Rady College of Medicine, University of Manitoba.  On weekends, she loves baking, indoor gardening, and spending time with her husband, daughter and son.


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