Michelle brings over 20 years of nursing experience to Tri-City Colonoscopy Clinic, and she is skilled in emergency medicine, endoscopy and acute med/surgery nursing. Her friendly and outgoing nature immediately helps put people at ease. She took on the role of clinical manager at Tri-City Colonoscopy Clinic in 2012 and has used her expertise to proficiently run the clinic since. Michelle looks forward to welcoming you to TCC and is proud to play a role in providing your endoscopic care.
Patricia completed her Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree at McMaster University in 2017. Upon graduation, she worked in a home care setting before joining the Tri-City Colonoscopy Clinic team in 2018. She is currently also working towards obtaining her peri-operative certificate in order to further improve the quality of care she can offer to her patients. Her enthusiasm, friendly nature, and fun personality will put you at ease immediately. Patricia is delighted to welcome you to TCC and is pleased to play a part in providing your care.
Gillian obtained her Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree from McMaster University in 2016. Before accepting a position at Tri-City Colonoscopy Clinic in October 2018, she worked in home care and acute medicine, and she currently also holds a position at St. Mary’s General Hospital as Vascular Access Nurse. Gillian enjoys her work at TCC and is committed to providing high quality, patient centered care. Her goal is to help each and every patient feel comfortable and at ease, and to make the procedural process as easy as possible for the individuals under her care.
Amanda graduated from the Practical Nursing program at Conestoga College in 2013. She joined the Tri-City Colonoscopy Clinic team in 2015 while concurrently working in a long term care setting. In 2018, Amanda accepted a full-time position in the endoscopy suite, where she does an outstanding job of assisting our physicians. Amanda is proud to be a part of the TCC team and looks forward to meeting you.
Stephanie accepted a job at Tri-City Colonoscopy Clinic in 2010 and has worked in the endoscopy field ever since. In addition to working at TCC, she also holds a position in the endoscopy unit at St Mary’s Hospital. Stephanie is pleased to assist in providing your endoscopic care and looks forward to welcoming you to TCC.
After graduating from the Practical Nursing program at Conestoga College in 2015, Rebecca accumulated experience in a home care and retirement home setting before finding her niche at Tri-City Colonoscopy Clinic. She has since become an enthusiastic member of the team and is involved in multiple aspects of running the clinic. Rebecca is committed to providing high quality patient care and is eager to welcome you to TCC.
Alex started her health care career in 2014, working as a Personal Support Worker in long term care, until she graduated from the Practical Nursing program at Conestoga College in 2016. After a few years of working in both LTC and on the medicine unit at nearby hospitals, she decided to try a new nursing specialty when she accepted a position at Tri-City Colonoscopy Clinic in 2019. You will typically find her in the endoscopy suite where she assists our physicians on a day to day basis, providing excellent patient care. Alex is pleased to be a part of the TCC team and can’t wait to welcome you!