Andrew Appleton


Room B9-106, University Hospital
t. 519-685.8500 ext. 33071


Andrew Appleton is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine, division of General Internal Medicine at Western University. He practices acute inpatient, ambulatory and perioperative medicine at University Hospital. He completed his medical school and residency training at Western University and has also completed a Master's of Health Sciences in Health Administration at the University of Toronto. He has recently completed the ICES Faculty Scholars Program at Western. His main clinical interest is in the management of complex chronic disease but he is also interested in investigating care delivery models, integrated care pathways and care transitions.  His academic focus is on health services research and quality improvement. He was the Clinical Lead for the successful implementation of the Patient-Oriented Discharge Summaries in acute medicine at the UH LHSC site that went on to be awarded LHSC’s President’s award for Innovation in 2018. This initiative was part of an HQO ARTIC grant held by UHN OpenLab.