Dr. Jonna Goulding attended medical school at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario and served her rural family practice residency in Thunder Bay, Ontario at Family Medicine North, associated with McMaster University.
As team leader for palliative care, Dr. Goulding’s philosophy is to listen deeply to every patient and appreciate the contribution of every member of the team. Dr. Goulding is committed to the idea of incorporating palliative care as part of excellent patient care, as well as the need to include spiritual care in all of healthcare, and as an important component of palliative care.
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Dr. Goulding is certified by the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, and the American Academy of Family Physicians. She was most recently the chair and co-founder of Gifford’s Advanced Illness Care Team and a family physician and palliative care specialist with Gifford Primary Care in Randolph, Vermont.
From 2004 – 2009 she was a faculty member at the Upaya Institute in Santa Fe, New Mexico in the Contemplative End of Life Care program under medical anthropologist and abbot Joan Halifax, PhD.