Dr. Frederick T. Bray MDCM, FRCPC practices Gastroenterology in Ottawa, Ontario Canada.

He received his medical education from McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, where he specialized in Internal Medicine. He further specialized in Gastroenterology, having done a fellowship at the University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario. At the University of Ottawa he received an award for Teaching Excellence.

He began his practice in 1994 at the Riverside Hospital, a community based hospital in Ottawa. At the Riverside Hospital he initiated and ran the ERCP program. In 1999 the Riverside Hospital was amalgamated with the Ottawa Civic and Ottawa General hospitals to form the Ottawa Hospital.  While at the Ottawa Hospital, he was able to fulfill one of his natural interests, medical education at the University of Ottawa. 

In June 2001 he resigned from the Ottawa Hospital and opened up an outpatient Endoscopy Clinic where he performs colonoscopies and gastroscopies.   

He was involved with  Capsule Endoscopy in its infancy and was one of the first to offer the “pill camera” in Canada.

He belongs to many international and national associations. He is the President of the Ontario Association of Clinical Endoscopists, is on the Board of Directors of the Ontario Association of Gastroenterology, where he is their Communications director and edits their newsletter. He is heavily involved  in representing the interests of Surgeons and Gastroenterologists, both politically and in setting standards for the profession in the province of Ontario.

He is married with two boys, thirteen and fourteen years old. In his pastime he enjoys Cycling, running Marathons and  Triathlons; he sponsors the local Nine2FivePro.com Cycling Team.