Dr. Glady has been working as a locum Respirologist and Internist in Red Deer since 2006. In her clinic, Dr. Glady see’s patients with a variety of respiratory problems, including asthma, COPD, interstitial lung disease and lung cancer. Dr. Glady also takes care of patients admitted to the hospital on the General Medicine Service and is involved in supervising and teaching clinical associates and medical students from the University of Edmonton and Calgary.
Prior to coming to Red Deer, Dr. Glady worked in New York City, at the Bellevue Hospital World Trade Center Environmental Clinic. There, she assessed patients who had suffered lung disease from the World Trade Centre disaster as well as being involved in research and teaching pulmonary residents at New York University.
Periodically, Dr. Glady works at Trillium Hospital, in Mississauga Ontario, as a consultant in Respirology and Internal medicine.
Regarding her medical education, Dr. Glady completed a Residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Ottawa, and a Doctor of Medicine from Dalhousie University in Halifax, NS. She then went to Montreal to complete a Fellowship in Pulmonary Medicine at McGill University. During her Fellowship at McGill and Residency in Ottawa, Dr. Glady was involved in research in pulmonary mechanics, and, along with a team of researchers, published two articles in scholarly journals.