Clinical Dermatology

Dr. Champagne is a board certified dermatologist who practices general medical dermatology, including managing skin cancers and inflammatory diseases such as acne and psoriasis. He has hospital privileges at Women's College Hospital, Toronto General Hospital, Toronto Western Hospital, and Princess Margaret Hospital.

Clinic Locations (Updated as of end of August)

Women's College Hospital - 76 Grenville St, Toronto ON - link

Toronto Western Hospital - 399 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON - link

Note: For patients previously seen at the clinic at 701 Sheppard Ave, unit 304, I will make every effort to see you at another location without a referral if it has been less than a year since the visit: please contact the Sheppard clinic at 416-590-9918 (which is closing permanently in April 2019). Or, happy to see patients with a new referral to one of the other sites.


Dr. Champagne is a full-time academic clinician in Quality and Innovation at Women's College Hospital. He teaches and lectures to medical students and residents.
He is currently completing an M.Sc in Health Systems Research with a focus on Health Informatics through the University of Toronto. His research focus is e-health as it applies to dermatology; the practice of teledermatology for consult, diagnosis, screening, and in vulnerable populations.


Clinician in Quality and Innovation, Women's College Hospital, Toronto, ON
Lecturer, University of Toronto
Innovation Fellow, Women’s College Hospital Institute for Health System Solutions and Virtual Care (WIHV)


QuIRC - Quality Improvement Research Committee, Women's College Hospital
Medical Education Committee, Women's College Hospital
Division of Dermatology Postgraduate Education Comittee, University of Toronto


Before starting medicine, Dr. Champagne obtained a degree in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo and was a software developer for three years. He has developed apps such as PasiCALC and Skin3D (which badly need updating!), and is always looking for new and beneficial ways to integrate technology and dermatology or medicine.

Languages of Choice

iOS Development (Swift, Objective C)
C# / C++ Windows Development
Python (new)

Dr. Champagne also consults with technology companies on topics such as teledermatology, virtual care, and artificial intelligence.