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Say Hello to the Humans of Fraser Health
Follow along this year in our Humans of Fraser Health series as we profile some of the amazing humans working in our health authority.
June 11, 2018
Humans of Fraser Health: Megan Tait
“Women did sorting; men worked the wash floor with huge bales hoisted with chains. I was the first woman on the wash floor... we broke ground.”
June 11, 2018
Humans of Fraser Health: Jessie Saran
“When I started as a manager, I sat at the nurses’ station instead of my office so I became part of the team. As a leader, you need to be authentic.” 
June 6, 2018
Humans of Fraser Health: Karen Hopkins
“I helped provide dental care for Syrian refugees who spent two years in a refugee camp with no toothbrush. The care we provide vulnerable people is amazing.”
May 29, 2018
Humans of Fraser Health: Michael Marchbank
“I love visiting our sites. I’m inspired by our people – their ideas, creativity and desire to serve.”
May 28, 2018
Humans of Fraser Health: Erica Thomson
“A person’s worth isn’t based on the substances they put in their body and it doesn’t help when we push them away. Society has a discourse of disposal for the most marginalized, but we need to hold space for everybody."
May 15, 2018
Humans of Fraser Health: Melanie Madill
“As a teen I anticipated I’d be single and never have children; I knew I’d want to be out at night delivering babies.”
May 14, 2018
Humans of Fraser Health: Lawrence Yang
“I’ve become cool about asking for help. The idea that you need to know everything and be perfect doesn’t work.”
May 1, 2018
Humans of Fraser Health: Deanna Tan
"In this job, there’s no instant gratification. It takes a long time to see results because in prevention, the outcome is nothing happens! It’s hard to measure wellness."
April 27, 2018
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