Dr. David Fahmy is a Royal College certified specialist in the fields of Clinical Immunology & Allergy (adult and pediatric) and Internal Medicine.
He is an Assistant Professor and the Education Coordinator for Clinical Immunology & Allergy at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.
He completed his medical school at the University of Western Ontario followed by a residency in internal medicine at the University of Toronto. He then completed his Clinical Immunology and Allergy training at McMaster University.
He serves the Hamilton and Toronto communities with practice locations in both cities.
Dr. Fahmy specializes in a wide variety of allergic and immunological disorders. Click on the links below for patient information on some of the most common conditions.*
*The information contained in this site is for educational purposes only. It is provided as a courtesy to our patients. The information on this website and from subsequent links to other websites are intended to supplement, not substitute the advice given at our clinic. No individuals, including those under our care, should use this information for self-diagnosis or self-treatment of any condition. Only a physician or other licensed health care professional should provide diagnosis and treatment of health conditions.
Physicians wishing to make a referral to
Dr. David Fahmy can fax their referral to the location of their choosing.
Patients needing to be seen at McMaster University Hospital Site will be notified.
Fillable .pdf referral forms are available for download below for your convenience
123 Edward Street Suite 920
Toronto, ON M5G 1E2
t: 647.352.2554 f: 866.881.7790
McMaster Downtown Ambulatory Care Clinic David Braley Health Sciences Centre
100 Main Street West, 4th Floor
Hamilton, ON L8P 1H6
t: 905.525.9140 x 24881 f: 905.527.8847
McMaster University Medical Centre
1200 Main Street West - The Boris Clinic
Hamilton, ON L8P 1H1
Important: Patients must discontinue their antihistamine medications (including Gravol) at least 4 days prior to their scheduled appointment. Inhalers and nose sprays do not affect testing and can be continued as prescribed.