From left; Dr. Yasser Soliman, Dr. Matthew Renaud and Dr. Stacey Speer. (Photos courtesy of the CKHA)

Chatham-Kent’s hospital is welcoming three new physicians to the community.

The Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA) announced on Monday that Dr. Matthew Renaud, Dr. Yasser Soliman and Dr. Stacey Speer have joined its team of doctors.

“We are pleased to welcome doctors Renaud, Soliman and Speer to our clinical team and the community of Chatham-Kent,” says Dr. Pervez Faruqi, CKHA’s chief of staff, in a news release. “Their contributions to our programs and services will be a great addition to CKHA and help us further our commitment to delivering patient and family-centred care.”

Dr. Renaud has been brought on full-time in CKHA’s Department of Emergency Medicine, after completing his residency at the hospital in June.

Dr. Soliman will be bringing over 12 years of experience to the paediatrics department at CKHA. Dr. Soliman has previous training as a neonatologist and was previously an assistant professor of paediatrics. He is now accepting patient referrals and is located at the Chatham-Kent Child and Adolescent Clinic in Chatham.

Dr. Speer is joining the CKHA team as a radiologist following her work at London X-Ray Associates. She received her Doctor of Medicine from McMaster University in 2013 and completed her residency in diagnostic radiology at Western University.