Dr. Bibas completed her bachelor’s and master’s degree in occupational therapy at McGill University. She then went on to study medicine at Université de Montréal. After that, she moved to British Columbia where she completed her pediatrics residency at the University of British Columbia, graduating in 2019. During her residency, she served as an Assistant Chief Resident and then a Chief Resident, and was involved in teaching, curriculum building, peer support, and various leadership roles.
She then went on to practice as a pediatrician in the Complex Care Program at BC Children’s Hospital, in the maternity ward and neonatal intensive care unit at St. Paula’s Hospital, and in a busy community clinic before returning to her hometown of Montreal. She loves the diversity of general pediatrics and working with children of all ages and stages. Dr. Bibas has a keen interest in caring for children with complex medical problems and newborns. Dr. Bibas is also committed to clinical education of medical students and residents and supporting the next generation of physicians.
Dr. Bibas believes that children are our best teachers and feels privileged and grateful to learn from them and their families every day. They are also incredibly cute and funny, which makes learning even more enjoyable for her!
Outside of work, Dr. Bibas enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, rediscovering Montreal, and catching up with family and friends. She loves to travel, whether it’s a local getaway in Quebec or BC, or exploring a new country.
Bachelor of Science, Occupational Therapy, McGill University, 2010;
Masters in Science, Occupational Therapy, McGill University, 2013;
Medical Degree, Université de Montréal, 2015
English, French, Hebrew
Pediatrics, University of British Columbia, 2015-2019