The Pacific Spirit Community Health Centre
2112 West 43rd Ave., Vancouver
Contact: Mr. Shayne Reilly R.N., Community Health Nurse
604-261-6366 ext 3337
Kelly came to St. George's after teaching Emergency Nursing at BCIT and working in the Emergency Department at Vancouver General Hospital. Kelly has been an Emergency Nurse since 1996. Kelly began her career at San Francisco General Hospital in California. She moved to Canada in 2001. Kelly recently joined the stroke research team at VGH. Kelly enjoys raising her two sons and spending time skiing in the winter and sailing in the summer.
Darcie has come to St. George's School in 2010 with a broad range of nursing experience, including rural healthcare, trauma and emergency at VGH, diplomatic nursing and veterans affairs for the federal government.
Darcie has always been involved in competitive sport including: swimming, university rugby, and snowboarding at an international level for 6 years in both halfpipe and snowboarder cross. Most recently, Darcie would like to mention her high level of play at the Stanley Park pitch and putt, scoring only moderately over par.
Darcie can be described as generally curious about life and therefore is passionate about experiencing cultures and traveling. She has recently completed an 11 month solo world tour beginning in China and finishing in West Africa, which comprised of approximately 45 countries.
Darcie's goal for the year is to become an authority on sore throats.
Paula`s long association with the school began with her son Tom's '03 enrollment in Grade 2. Over the past twenty years she has convened the Country Fair (1997), co-chaired the Auxiliary's 50th anniversary tea, and thoroughly enjoys the numerous hours she spends working with the Saints' Players Theatre. Her background is in Emergency and Operating Room Nursing. She currently works in the Student Health department in a casual, on call basis.
Jon began working in the St. George's Boarding House in 2007. His clinical expertise is in the care of adult acute medical/surgical patients. Currently, Jon uses his clinical expertise to teach in the University of British Columbia School of Nursing program where he holds a Clinical Faculty position. In his spare time, Jon enjoys participating in sports especially soccer and snowboarding. He is an active participant in Harker Hall sporting activities and advocates for the health and well-being of the boarders.