Dr. Althea Aquart-Stewart
DM (Int Medicine), FACP
Subspecialty: Internal Medicine, Pulmonology & Critical Care
Dr. Althea Aquart-Stewart attended Wolmer’s Girls School. She completed her BSc. in Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of the West Indies, Mona. She went on to attain her MB.BS., class of 1987 and her DM ( Internal Medicine) in 1996. She did her fellowship training in Pulmonology with Critical Care at the University of Toronto between 1999- 2001.
At Island Medical offices, she offers consultations in Internal Medicine and Pulmonology. Other services offered include bronchoscopy and biopsy, Pulmonary function testing and interpretation.
Dr. Aquart-Stewart is a Consultant Physician & Pulmonologist at the University Hospital of the West Indies. She is an Associate Lecturer in the Dept.of Medicine, UWI. She is passionate about teaching and mentoring students, and maintaining the delivery of quality patient care, despite limited resources.
She has served on numerous committees in the Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences &Research, and was instrumental in establishing a Critical Care Unit on the medical floor. Dr. Aquart-Stewart is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, and member of the American College of Chest Physicians.
She is the President of the Association of Consultant Physicians of Jamaica (ACPJ) and the Principal investigator in the international BOLD research project.