Dr. Andrew Bond is the Medical Director at Inner City Health Associates (ICHA). His work is dedicated to developing health system solutions with a focus on the health of vulnerable and marginalized peoples through design responses that drive equity and efficiency by leveraging intersectoral collaborations, decentralized organization, the strategic deployment of technological innovations and social determinants-aligned targeted interventions.
Dr. Bond is the Co-Chair of the Canadian Network for the Health and Housing of People Experiencing Homelessness (CNH3), a Staff Physician in the Department of Family Medicine and faculty member of the Health Justice Program at St. Michael’s Hospital and a Lecturer at the University of Toronto’s Department of Family and Community Medicine. His clinical work at ICHA is at Sound Times Support Services and the newly developing Community Justice Centre in partnership with Ontario’s Ministry of the Attorney General.
In addition to his work with ICHA, CNH3, St. Michael’s Hospital, the University of Toronto and CNH3, Dr. Bond provided comprehensive care for 10 years with Indigenous communities across Canada. In both his rural and urban work, he is committed to practicing responsible allyship with the goal of supporting the reclamation of self-determination of Indigenous Peoples.
Dr. Bond completed his undergraduate training at Queen’s University in Kingston, his medical degree at the University of Ottawa and residency specialization in Family Medicine at the University of Toronto.