Dr. Andrew Dargie, MD, BSc
Dr. Dargie is originally from Calgary, Alberta. He earned a full scholarship at Stanford University in California and obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology. During his time there, he was an All-American Sprinter and competed for Team Canada multiple times. Dr. Dargie also competed on the equestrian team and played center on the men’s hockey team and has always been passionate about staying active.
He received his medical degree from the University of Calgary and went on to a Vascular Surgery residency, but ultimately decided to pursue and obtain his CCFP designation. He practices advanced medical aesthetics in both Kelowna and Vernon, BC. He also works as an emergency room physician at Penticton Regional Hospital as well as South Okanagan General Hospital, where he is the Department Head of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Dargie is the founder and lead educator for ‘the botox course’ and ‘the filler course’, Canada’s gold standard aesthetics training programs.