A native of Saint John, New Brunswick, Dr. Moorhouse completed her MD, internal medicine residency, and geriatrics fellowship at Dalhousie University and a Masters of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University. Most recently, she has served as the interim head of the Division of Geriatric Medicine and is the clinical lead for the Central Zone Frailty Strategy. Paige is the co-founder of the Palliative and Therapeutic Harmonization Program (PATH), which is a multi-award winning program dedicated to helping patients and their caregivers make health care decisions that reflect individual values and quality of life. This geriatrician and professor is an accomplished clinician researcher who has been teaching in Dalhousie’s Division of Geriatric Medicine since 2007. She lives in Halifax with her husband and two children.