Dr. Wayne Evans is an Assistant Professor of Anesthesia (University of Toronto). He is a graduate of the University of Alberta Medical School. He obtained postgraduate training in Christchurch New Zealand as well as Southampton England.

Prior to that obtained a BSc (Honors in Microbiology) from the University of Alberta following training in Engineering at the University of Calgary. Dr. Wayne Evans is a former occupational medicine consultant, family physician, and emergency room physician.

At the Princess Margaret Hospital (Toronto), Dr. Wayne Evans cofounded the Adult Radiation Late Effects Clinic (ARLEC) in 2000. He continues as a medical consultant for that service and has recently established a similar service for oncology survivors in Peel Region.

Dr. Wayne Evans has been inspirational in the recent formation of the Mississauga Limb Preservation Network (MLPN) and he continues clinical part time work at the Hyperbaric Medicine at Toronto General Hospital (where he served as Medical Director for over 10 years).


Medical Oxygen Repair

He is in active academic service and clinical practice as Medical Director for Medical Oxygen Repair, providing focused comprehensive management of complex problems including delayed radiation injury, perfusion limited wounds, and sudden hearing loss.
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See how Dr.Evans and staff are handling the COVID-19 crisis at the MO2R facility. 

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Hear driectly from patients on their exerpince with hyperbaric medicine facilited by Dr.Evans. 

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