Our Family Physicians

Dr. Tannis Spencer
Dr. Tannis Spencer, MD, CCFP

Dr. Spencer graduated from the University of Alberta medical school in 2013 and completed her residency training in family medicine in 2015.  She previously worked at the Pembina Medical Clinic in Westlock. She has a strong interest in oncology and palliative care, and has taken numerous courses and workshops to further her skills in these areas.

Dr. Christopher Koo, MD, CCFP

Dr. Koo graduated from the University of British Columbia medical school in 2016 and completed his residency training in family medicine at the University of Alberta in 2018.  He was awarded the Family Medicine Resident Leadership Award by the Alberta College of Family Physicians in 2018.

Dr. Danny Chao, MD, CCFP

Dr. Chao graduated from the University of Calgary medical school in 2014 and completed his residency training in family medicine at the University of Alberta in 2018. 

Dr. Laila Jumma, MD, CCFP

Dr. Jumma graduated from the University of Calgary medical school in 2016 and completed her residency training in family medicine at the University of Calgary in 2018.  

Our Specialist Physicians

Dr. Vandana Singh, BDS, MS, MMSc, FRCD(C)

Dr. Vandana Singh is a specialist in oral medicine. She provides care for the following:

  • orofacial, myofascial, neuropathic pain
  • management of oral mucosal lesions, including pre-cancerous and cancer conditions
  • other related matters
Dr. Peter McArthur, MD, FRCS(C) FACS

Dr. Peter McArthur specializes in otolaryngology (ENT).

McArthur studied medicine then otolaryngology at the University of Alberta. Early in his career, he practiced head and neck surgery in the Middle East for 25 years. Following, McArthur practiced general otolaryngology in the United States for five years, and then he spent seven years in Yellowknife, NWT.

Dr. McArthur is a fellow of the American college of surgeons, a member of the American Head and Neck Society, a visiting professor in Pakistan, England and Queens University in Northern Ireland. While in Yellowknife, he served as representative of Northwest Territories to CMA and as president of medical staff at Stanton Territorial Hospital.  He has published numerous articles in otolaryngology literature.