Maureen Oliver

Following Graduation from the University of New Brunswick with a BN, Maureen started her career in Maternal/Child health in Toronto at Sick Kids and Women’s Hospitals. Moving into Nursing Education in Hamilton and again in Toronto, Maureen  was one of the facilitators in closing hospital based schools of nursing and integrating faculty and students into the University system. Administration was a strength and she moved to Vancouver as a Nurse Administrator  who worked at hospitals in Burnaby, Vancouver, Maple Ridge. She attained her MBA from City University in Seattle in 1992. Following a brief tenure with Canadian Blood Services, Maureen moved to private management consulting in Vancouver, Nanaimo and Duncan. She was recruited by EComm to establish the BC HealthGuide Nurseline which was completed by 2002.

Maureen started with primary health care on the North Shore of Vancouver as Project Manager for communities that needed improved access to health care. Maureen retired from active administration as the Manager of Home support/Home and Community Care. Maureen returned to Nursing education for 2 years teaching  courses in Professional Practice and Professional Communication which lead to her interest in contributing to the workings of the CCMI Board.