We connect patients with meritorious care.
RAMcare (Rapid Access Medical Care) leverages emerging technology to deliver timely health care to Canadians that meets, and often exceeds, traditional standards of care.
From left, co-founder, Dr. Richard Tytus; Dr. Stephen Tytus; and co-founder, Dr. Dennis DiValentino
Founded by Ontario physicians
Dr. Richard TytusChief Executive Officer
Dr. Richard Tytus practiced as a GP Anesthetist for five years in Blind River, ON prior to practicing in downtown Hamilton - an area designated as Code Red. He is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at McMaster University.
Dr. Tytus is Past-President of the Hamilton Academy of Medicine. He is the recent past Ontario Medical Association (OMA) District 4 Director, recent past OMA Honourary Treasurer, Past Chair of OntarioMD, recent Past Chair of the OMA Member Services Board Committee, Chair of the Professional Leadership Development Program and Member of the OMA Insurance Committee. He was also the Co-Chair of the Virtual Care Working Group and was a member of the Ontario Physician eHealth Council.
Dr. Tytus has received numerous awards including the 2012 Family Physician of the Year presented by the Ontario College of Family Physicians. He is a strong believer that technology offers health care providers the ability to facilitate patient medical access and improve patient outcomes.
Dr. Dennis DivalentinoPresident
Since first starting to practice medicine, Dr. Divalentino has worked to curb the on-going opioid crisis in his hometown of Hamilton, Ontario, where he is also President of the Hamilton Academy of Medicine, a voluntary professional association that represents 700 members across the region. He also serves as Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at McMaster University.
In 2017, Dr. Divalentino received a Joule Innovation grant for his social innovation to help provide care to marginalized individuals using Ramcare. Ramcare represents a transformative solution for marginalized populations encountering serious mental illnesses, addiction issues and to patients who are immobile and do not have a caregiver at home.