Dr. Victoria Korley graduated from McGill Medical School and completed her three year internal medicine residency at the Royal Victoria Hospital at McGill University. She then pursued her cardiology and electrophysiology clinical and research fellowships at Harvard University in Boston. Upon completion, she joined the staff of St. Michael’s Hospital, University of Toronto, as an electrophysiologist in 2001.
Over the years, her academic focus has been teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels. She has developed and continues to administer the cardiology medical curriculum for the second year medical students at the University of Toronto. In addition, she is the director of the cardiology residency program at St. Michael’s Hospital and has been an examiner at the local and national levels. She previously held the role of director of the Electrophysiology Fellowship Program for several years.
Her clinical interests include all aspects of patient care related to arrhythmias including ablation. Clinically, she has a particular expertise in complex implantations of resynchronizations devices for congestive heart failure.