Dr. Michael Hartleib is a Cardiologist with a fellowship from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada for both Adult Cardiology and Adult Critical Care Medicine. Dr. Hartleib completed his medical training at the University of Toronto including time as the Chief Cardiology Resident at Sunnybrook and Women’s College of Health Sciences Centre. Following his medical training Dr. Hartleib joined the Kawartha Cardiology Clinic as a Staff Cardiologist.
The Kawartha Cardiology Clinic focuses on atherosclerosis including angina, myocardial infarction, peripheral vascular disease, transient ischemic attack and strokes. In addition, the clinic focuses on hypertension with an active imaging department for stress testing, echo-doppler and carotid vascular imaging. The clinic also focuses on fitness, exercise and cardiac rehabilitation.
Dr. Hartleib belongs to a number of professional societies including the Canadian Cardiovascular Society, the American Cardiovascular Society and the American Society of Echocardiography. In addition to conducting over 40 clinical trials, Dr. Hartleib is actively involved at the Peterborough Regional Health Centre as Chief of Medicine, Medicine Program Director, and Staff Cardiologist. Due to his extensive clinical experience, Dr. Hartleib is often invited to present to the medical community about stroke prevention, vascular disease and cardiac monitoring, and lectures at Queen’s University as an Assistant Professor.