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Candice Manahan - Executive Lead, Physician Quality
Elizabeth Webber - Program Coordinator
Shelley Bilodeau - Program Assistant
Dr. Ulrike Meyer, MD has practiced as a general practitioner in Dawson Creek since 1992. Dr. Meyer received her Medical Degree from the WWU-Muenster in Germany in 1989 and upon graduation she completed her residency with the University of British Columbia.
Dr. Meyer is certified with the College of Family Physicians of Canada and licensed to practice in British Columbia. Since relocating to Dawson Creek Dr. Meyer has been involved with a number of committees including the NH Maternal Infant Council, the local Continuing Medical Education Committee and Regional NCME Steering Committee in addition to her work with the MoreOB Core Team and as a NRP instructor. When not pursuing her professional interests in Family Practice, Maternity, Homeopathy and Energy Medicine Dr. Meyer can be found hiking, swimming, horse back riding, cross-country skiing or reading.1
Dr. Markham has worked in rural family practice for over 20 years. He has had a remarkably diverse and productive medical career that has taken him across the globe. Born in Zimbabwe and trained in South Africa, Dr. Markham first immigrated to Canada in 1992, where he practiced for three years in rural Newfoundland. In 1995, he began a seven-year career in General Practice with the British Army in the UK completing his General practice Vocational Training and his Membership into the Royal College of General practitioners. During that time, he was awarded the Sydney Herbert Medal and Prize for achievement in post-graduate medical officer training, and the Queen Mother Prize for GP vocational training.
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