Our Team

Suresh Madan

President & CEO

Suresh Madan is a healthcare entrepreneur. As president and CEO of MyHealth Centre, he runs a chain of 27 multi-specialty healthcare facilities across Ontario. Suresh also serves on the board of directors of Public Health Ontario, a crown corporation dedicated to protecting and promoting the health of all Ontarians. In addition, he serves on the board of Governors of North York General Foundation and is on the Finance and Audit Committee of both organizations.

Previously he was a financial analyst, portfolio manager and compliance manager for Excalibur Capital Management, an investment fund investing in North American companies. Prior to this, he managed money for the multi-billion dollar Reichmann family for nearly ten years.

His earlier work experience includes management consulting with Deloitte and a business valuation practice in the Middle East. Suresh has over 30 years of international experience in wide ranging businesses and geographies as manager, investor and entrepreneur.

Suresh is active in various community organizations. He is currently serving on TiE Global Board of Trustees, a group comprising of 13,000+ entrepreneurs from 56 different cities across the globe. Previously, he was President of TiE Toronto, an organization engaged in fostering entrepreneurship in Ontario, and led a group of 400 entrepreneurs. He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and was a member of the portfolio management committee of the Toronto CFA Society.

Suresh is the Chairman and Director of IIM Americas Inc, the pan-IIM organization representing 2,000+ North American based alumni of the Indian Institutes of Management. IIM Ahmedabad is where Suresh completed his MBA with a gold medal in 1983. He also holds Chartered Financial Analyst designation, Canadian Investment Manager Designation and graduation in Industrial Engineering. He has had a brilliant academic record, winning four gold medals.

Marc Freeman

Chief Medical Officer

Marc Freeman is a co-founder of MyHealth Centre and will continue to serve on its Board of Directors. He is also currently the Physician Lead for Nuclear Medicine at Trillium Health Partners and Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Medical Imaging at the University of Toronto.

Marc Freeman attended medical school at the University of Toronto and then completed a dual-certified residency in Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine.  He is the former Division Head and Residency Program Director of Nuclear Medicine in the Department of Medical Imaging at the University of Toronto and former Division Head of Nuclear Medicine in the Joint Department of Medical Imaging at University Health Network, Mount Sinai Hospital and Women’s College Hospital.  He is a past recipient of the Wightman-Berris Award for Outstanding Postgraduate Teacher and was on the Residency Program Teaching Honour Roll from 2006-2012.

Marc Freeman has been a member of the Provincial PET Steering Committee and Ontario PET Access Program since 2007 and is currently the Network Lead for Nuclear Medicine at the College of Physician and Surgeons of Ontario.  Since 2012, Marc has served as a staff physician in the Department of Diagnostic Imaging and Director of Nuclear Medicine at Timmins and District Hospital, providing regular continuing medical education to technologists and clinicians in North Eastern Ontario. Marc’s areas of expertise and interest include PET-CT, nuclear cardiology, and medical education.

Unni Pisharam

Regional Director, West

Unni Pisharam, M.Sc., MRT(N) has been managing Independent Health Facilities since 2005. He has over 25 years of experience as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist. Unni also holds a Masters degree in Physics. Previously, Unni taught nuclear medicine technology at the University of Mumbai in India and had research interests in this field. He has worked as a Certified Radiation Safety Officer and Corporate Radiation Safety Officer with CML Healthcare. Unni has expertise in the compliance issues with the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission and with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. Unni works with all clinic managers to guide and support them on any issues relating to quality of patient care, staffing, equipment maintenance, assessments and radiation safety.

Christopher Malcolm

Regional Director, East

Chris Malcolm has over 20 years of experience in the diagnostic imaging fields. His background in patient care began as a nuclear medicine technologist, and along with his training in MRI, allows him the experience to deal with the challenges that occur in everyday operation. He has had the responsibilities of Radiation Safety Officer, Technical Director, Compliance and Biomedical Director and Regional Manager. The responsibilities required him to plan major projects, facilitate technologist meetings, as well as ensure quality assurance and compliance of policy and procedures amongst other things. Chris is qualified to plan, manage and provide operational guidance for modalities such as nuclear medicine, PET/CT, ultrasound and X-ray. He has had the opportunity to travel internationally and set up diagnostic imaging facilities from the ground up.

Monique Baronette

Regional Director, North

Monique Baronette has worked in radiology clinics for over 27 years. She graduated from Cambrian College in Sudbury and has over 20 years’ experience as an X-Ray Technologist.  She worked for 10 years in the Ottawa area with Diagnosticare before moving back to her home town, Sudbury, where she continued to serve the community with quality health care service. In 2012, she was promoted to Operations Coordinator where she provided guidance and advice to the Clinic Manager. In 2013, she assumed the role of Clinic Manager and has been managing 5 imaging clinics as Independent Health Facilities (IHFs), 1 Cardiac Clinic and 1 MyDoctor Now clinic. As Regional Director, Monique is supportive of MyHealth Centre’s entrepreneurship. She will use her past experience as an x-ray technician to help provide imaging services to an aging population and to expand the cardiac clinics.  She will use her knowledge of the Northern communities to further develop healthcare opportunities in Northern Ontario.

Richard Duck

Director, Information Technology

Richard Duck is an Information Management and Technology Leader with over 15 years of experience in Health Information Systems, Business Intelligence and IT. As an Enterprise Architect, Program Manager and Operational Manager, Richard has helped organizations like Cancer Care Ontario (CCO) and the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) to evolve and transform information systems and better manage and utilize clinical, financial and operational data to drive positive change and increase performance and efficiency. Richard’s most recent position was with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) where he developed and implemented a multi-year Business Intelligence Strategy and Enterprise Data Warehouse solution.

Tanya Rybarczyk

Director of Quality Assurance and Teleradiology

Tanya Rybarczyk brings considerable industry experience to her role, having previously worked as Independent Health Facilities (IHF) Assessment Coordinator with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO). During her seven-year tenure with the College, she assisted in the development of IHF guidelines and standards, creation of assessment protocols, and development of key relationships with Ministry staff, CPSO assessors and facilities.