Dr. Kenman Gan was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta. He completed his Bachelors of Medical Science, Doctor of Medicine, and Ophthalmology specialization at the University of Alberta. During his training, he received many awards, including the Dr. T Alistair Boyd Prize in Ophthalmology, the John Proskie Memorial Scholarship in Ophthalmology, and the Reg Martiniuk Ophthalmology Award. Dual-licensed in both Alberta and British Columbia, Dr. Gan works between both provinces.

Dr. Gan graduated from Ophthalmology scoring 99 percentile out of all graduating ophthalmologists around the world writing the Ophthalmic Knowledge Assessment Program (OKAP) standardized examination. He has a strong interest in public health and collaborative eyecare, and is Medical Director of the Care1 Telemedicine Network. Care1 partners optometrists and ophthalmologists to provide over 5000 consultations every year, and is the largest teleglaucoma platform in Canada.