Aggie Black - Research Leader, Professional Practice

Aggie Black - Research Leader, Professional Practice

I love my job. It gives me the opportunity to hear about clinicians’ innovative ideas, give them a research refresher course, a mentor and some funding, then watch them take off.“

Jackie Koufie - Operations Leader, Maternity and NICU

I’ve had a wonderful support structure; our directors in particular, Cheryl Bishop and now Linda Lemke, have been fantastic. They’ve done a great job creating a safe environment for me to ask questions and go to them about anything. My fellow OLs are a great group, and my advisors in HR and Finance have done a great job keeping me out of trouble.

Carol Dixon - Mission Services and Volunteer Resources

“Volunteers bring fresh faces and enthusiasm to the halls, which I think our staff appreciate. The admiration our volunteers project helps remind staff that 'oh yeah, it is nice to be me.'”

Shelley Browne—Health Information Management

There’s a myth out there that HIM employees just push paper around, but the truth is that we’re so much more. We’re very much a part of the healthcare team and contribute directly to healthcare delivery.” 

Gina Walther - Registered Nurse, Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care Unit

Nursing has made up the backbone of St Paul’s Hospital since it was founded in 1894. The nursing school housed there for over 60 years trained thousands of dedicated nurses, and Gina is a great example of how that dedication continues to this day.

Yasmine Roulleau de La Roussière—administrative fellow

People say PHC is ‘different,’ but nobody can put their finger on why that is. I think the difference is the supportive environment from the very top. PHC pumps people up instead of letting competition tear them down.”

Craig Harris—Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention

“I love the variety in my role. I work across seven sites in both clinical and non-clinical settings which allows me to work on solving a wide array of problems. This also allows me to see how solutions in one area can be applied to others, which can be quite interesting.”

Liz Jolley - Operations Leader, Medicine

I want to know what PHC staff think will work in PHC units, within PHC’s culture. The Gallup survey measures what we do currently, but I want to look into the things that we’re not doing, the things we’re missing.”

Danielle Richards – Infection Control Practitioner

“I think PHC’s IPAC department is on the cutting edge. Our onsite laboratory is world class and gives us a big advantage as get results much sooner. The Infection Control Practitioners are well supported by a team of Medical Microbiologists which  allows our team to take a comprehensive approach to every case.”

Sandra Squire - Physiotherapist

In my experience at PHC, nobody says ‘no’ to new ideas. Instead, the question is, ‘how can we make this work?’ So I've felt very supported and encouraged to explore.”


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