Community Health Nursing


What is Community Health Nursing?

Community health nursing is the promotion and maintenance of the health of individuals, families groups, communities and populations that value the principles of primary health care and focus on promoting health, and preventing disease and injury.

Our CHNs uphold the professional standards of practice as per the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM) requirements.


KDC Community Services:

  • Maternal Newborn Health
  • Infant, Toddler and Child Health
  • Adult Health
  • Aging Adult Health
  • Living Well with Chronic Disease
  • Wound Care
  • Communicable Disease Control including:
  • * Immunization Programs
  • * Tuberculous management   program


Community Nurse Contacts:

 Alisia Henkel: is an immunization skills assessor. See her for any immunization questions or concerns.

Monday– Wednesday Tel:  250-286-8064 (Quinsam)250-850-0351 (Cape Mudge) 778-348-1641 (Cell)

Jacey Dick: has her Perinatal Specialty . See her for any prenatal, postnatal and breastfeeding questions.

Tuesday-Friday Tel: 250-286-9766 (Campbell River) 778-348-0841 (Cell)

Allison Graham : is a Certified Diabetes Educator. See her for diabetes screening, management or questions regarding your diabetes.

 Monday-Friday Tel: 250-286-9766 (Campbell River) 250-203-3905 (Cell)

Kaylee Assu:  is our Homecare Coordinator. Connect with her about any specific home care questions, referrals or intake into program.

 Tuesday-Friday Tel : 250-286-8064 (Quinsam) 250-850-0351 (Cape Mudge) 250-830-7631 (Cell)