Meet the Team

Our Program Coordinators

 

 

Sally Cowan RN BScN joined the PEFHT in November 2008, bringing with her many years of nursing experience. Since graduating from Queen's University in Kingston, Sally has worked in nursing education, public health and in medical and surgical nursing. She has been a head nurse, a nurse manager, and most recently, Site Administrator for Quinte Health Care Prince Edward County Memorial. In her position as Clinical Services Coordinator, Sally brings many years of clinical and community based experience to the team.

 

 

 

Heather Campbell RN, BNSc, CHPCN (c) joined the Prince Edward Family Health Team in August 2014 as Palliative Care Coordinator

 

 

Diabetes Nurse Educator Carrie Hunt RN BScN grew up in Grafton, ON as a country girl. Carrie graduated in 2013 from the Trent University Nursing Program, in Peterborough ON.  Since graduating, Carrie has  worked on the medical, surgical, rehabilitation  and restorative floors of the Northumberland Hills Hospital. She has also worked as a night Charge Nurse in long term care and prior to nursing, worked as a ward secretary at several healthcare organizations. Carrie has completed continuing education courses since her graduation, including Coronary Care and Palliative Care certificates. She is passionate about education and continuous learning and is very excited to be a new member of the Diabetic Education Program here at PEFHT.  Carrie loves hiking with her two dogs, horseback riding, biking, camping… and basically anything that keeps her outside!


 

 

 

Mary Jane McDowell B.A, M.S.W, R.S.W. joined the family health team in September 2006 as our Mental Health Program Coordinator. Her clinical practice has included over 12 years experience in the areas of adult and geriatric mental health, clinical case management and counselling in both community and acute care hospital settings.

 

 Peggy Neil RN, BScN was born and raised in The County and is proud of it! She has over 35 years of nursing experience in obstetrics, newborn and postpartum care, nursing management and community health. She was a Public Health Nurse seconded from the Hastings & Prince Edward Counties Health Unit between October 2006 and April 2009. In April 2009, Peggy accepted a full time position with the PEFHT
as our Family Outreach Nurse. She is responsible for establishing, maintaining and working in all programs and services related to our maternal, newborn, child and youth health in our community.
      

 


 

 

 

Mary Stever, RN joined the Prince Edward Family Health Team in December 2006 as the Nurse Specialist for the Heart Function Clinic. Mary has 30 years experience in emergency and cardiac care, which provides her with the clinical skills and knowledge required to deliver comprehensive care to heart patients and their families.

 

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