Primary Health Care Partners
Additional Primary Health Care Partners
- Kathy Bresett
- Pierre Ducharme
- Myrna Fisk
- Colleen Kennelly
- Wendy McKay
- Morgan Price
Tatiana Pyper is a Registered Dietitian at Health Zone Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic.
- She provides clients with information on nutrition, food, and making healthy choices to improve their health or manage a medical condition, by taking complex medical and nutrition research and translating it into everyday food choices.
- In this journey, Tatiana offers tools for healthy eating, such as portion control, reading labels, sample meal plans, shopping tips, and healthy recipes that lead to a healthier lifestyle.
- She delivers a variety of programs for healthy lifestyles promoting behaviour change related to food choices, eating behaviour, preparation methods, and physical activity levels to optimize health.
- Tatiana has worked as a Registered Dietitian for Six Nations reserve where she has developed and implemented culturally sensitive community nutrition programs for the Long-Term Care/Home and Community Care Program.
- She has provided therapeutic and preventative nutrition assessment, counselling, and education at an individual and group level in the Six Nations community.
Megan Hunter is the Clinical Team Lead at Blue Pine Primary Health Care Clinic.
- For the past decade her nursing practice has taken her to some interesting corners of the earth, from remote First Nations communities in Northern BC, to the deserts of Somalia, and most as Head of Mission for Doctors without Borders in Eastern Congo, Megan.
- At Blue Pine, she and the clinic team are working to develop a team-based, patient-centred Primary Health Care Clinic, created to address the needs of the people of Prince George who previously had no access to Primary Care.
- Megan has an MA in International Studies and Diplomacy (SOAS) and has taught Leadership and Management theory at the UNBC School of Nursing.
Anne Drost is a Nurse Clinician and Manager of Community Health Services at Victoria Cool Aid Society.
- Anne has been a community nurse for 23 years and has worked in home care in both Victoria and Toronto, in remote First Nations reserves, as a street nurse, and for the past 11 years at Cool Aid Community Health Centre, an inner city primary health care centre in Victoria.
- Most clients Anne works with are homeless or at risk of homelessness, and struggle with mental health and addiction issues.