Dr. Manoo and Jean Gurgar Award (2019)
CFMS-RBC Leadership Award (2014)
Advanced Trauma Life Support
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support
Pediatric Advanced Life Support
Natalie works closely with our entire team of consultants while ensuring the ongoing growth and development of our firm. Her expertise in technical science, clinical science, and community health promotion and prevention allows her to assess and integrate clinical strategies and workflows, and effectively manage our multidisciplinary team.
Natalie’s winding career path has offered her a wide array of experiences, from frontline community service in HIV/AIDS for over 10 years to laboratory research and quality assurance/quality control assessment and implementation in the biotechnology industry. Furthermore, as a leader, her skill set includes the expertise to oversee the development and operation of multiple programs and the implementation of clinical workflows. With her experience in identifying knowledge gaps, conducting research, and providing knowledge translation in relation to population health systems, Natalie provides cohesive, focused direction to our team.
Tenacious, perseverant, creative, and bold, throughout her career Natalie has concentrated on building healthy communities, which she aims to achieve through both frontline clinical service and broad health prevention initiatives.
Natalie is also known for her world-renowned secret snack drawer, and inviting (peer-pressuring) the office to do really intense workouts.
Currently, at Three Bridges Community Health Centre, Natalie provides addiction medicine services to Vancouver’s inner city key populations, including people living with mental illness and substance use disorders, sex workers, and at-risk youth. In addition, she serves as an associate medical director for Odyssey Medical in mass gathering medicine events. This breadth of clinical experience and community service affords Natalie a non-judgmental perspective and approach to patient care that considers patient-specific barriers.
Natalie has a BSc (honours) in Life Sciences from Queen’s University, a Masters of Health Science from the University of British Columbia, and an MD from the University of Calgary.