Dr. Andrew House was born in Port Arthur, Canada in 1966. He graduated with an Honours Degree in Pharmacology and Physiology from the University of Western Ontario in 1988, a Doctorate in Medicine from the University of Ottawa in 1992, then completed his residency in Internal Medicine and Nephrology in Ottawa in 1997. He completed a Masters in Epidemiology & Biostatistics from the University of Western Ontario in 2002, and he is an Associate Professor of Medicine at UWO. He is currently the Associate Chief of Nephrology at UWO, and the Chief of Nephrology and Director of Hemodialysis at University Hospital, London.
Impressions and comments
I came to Vicenza in July 2007 with my wife Cindy, and two children Jessica and Michael, ages 11 and 9. We spent six months here, and found the people of Vicenza, and the group at San Bortolo Hospital, to be very warm and welcoming. Vicenza is a fantastic city, perfectly located between the sea and the mountains, easily accessible by train, with a beautiful Centro Storico. The hospital is very well equipped, and the staff are very friendly and helpful, especially Anna and Ilaria. Professor Ronco is an inspiring figurehead, full of ideas and enthusiasm, and an unsurpassed knowledge of nephrology.
If you are visiting, give my best regards to Ciro and Rosa (best coffee in all of Italy)!