Meet Our Physician Team

PCN Clinics are staffed by Family and Emergency Physicians who have chosen this unique blend of Family Practice Medicine and Urgent Care Medicine.

Artaj Singh, BA MD MBA CCFP ABUCM FAAUCM

Received his medical training at McMaster University. He is Lead Physician at Primary Care Niagara. He has over 30 years of experience in the healthcare, finance and development fields within Canada, U.S. and internationally. His clinical experience is in Emergency & Urgent Care Medicine, Occupational Medicine, Aviation Medicine, and Primary Care. He has worked in and/or traveled through 42 countries. He also serves as President and Chairman of Initiative 360 – Take It Global, a Canadian charity focused on helping the under privileged nations of the world. He was also past Chair the National Board of Health Partners International of Canada which deploys donated medicines and supplies in needy areas in 110 countries . His interests include wood turning with exotic woods, aviation and traveling.

Judy Singh, MD CCFP FCFP ABUCM

Trained at McMaster University and achieved certification with the Canadian College of Family Practice as well as the American Board of Urgent Care Medicine. Enjoyed private family practice and emergency medicine in Canada, then in the USA where she also preceptored clinical training of medical and nursing students. Served as the Chief of Pediatrics for Dearborn County Hospital. Enjoys outdoor sports, gardening, hospitality and most importantly being a mom.

Altin Reka, MD CCFP

Received his medical training at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Tirana, Albania. He did his residency training at the University of Toronto and certified with the Canadain College of Family Physicians. Prior to joining PCN, he was an emergency physician at the Welland General Hospital. His interests include tennis.

Tracy Dobson, MD

She received her medical training at the University of Western Ontario. She then returned to Niagara and worked in many family practices from Fort Erie to Hamilton. For the past 7 years she has also been working in Student Health Services at both Brock University and Niagara College during the academic year. Her interests include canoeing and kayaking.

Darrell Grant, BSc MD CCFP(EM)

Graduated from the University of Calgary and completed his residency in family medicine at University of Alberta and emergency medicine at McMaster University. He is also the Medical Director of Student Health Services at Brock University. Has interests in gardening and art glass.