Dr. Card grew up in Saskatoon and obtained her Biology degree (Great Distinction) as well as a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine and a Medical Doctorate (with Distinction) at the University of Saskatchewan. She completed her plastic surgery residency at McMaster University. She then undertook three years of subspecialty training in diverse areas: a fellowship in Microsurgery Research at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas; a Burn fellowship in Auckland, New Zealand at the National Burn Centre; and an intensive Clinical Microsurgery Reconstruction of Breast, Lower Limb, and Head & Neck at the University of Manitoba.
Dr. Card is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada and a member of the World Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery, the American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery, and the Canadian Society of Plastic Surgery. She has published and presented research on burn treatment and therapy, peripheral nerve repair, and breast and chest microsurgical reconstruction.
Dr. Card is excited to bring her expertise in reconstructive and aesthetic plastic surgery to Saskatoon. Her main clinical interests include complex microsurgical reconstruction of the lower limb, head & neck, and breast, as well as pediatric cleft surgery, breast asymmetry and aesthetics, and body contouring. Dr. Card has a special interest in Breast Cancer reconstruction. With broad experience in 5 international medical systems, she is currently pursuing a Masters in International Surgery through the University of British Columbia and dedicates time to volunteer abroad on burn and pediatric cleft missions.
- Canadian Society of Plastic Surgery
- American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery
- World Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery