Anne was born and raised at Nokomis, Saskatchewan, the eldest child of a farming family. In 1974, she graduated from the U of S with a Bachelor of Nursing degree. Anne had several varied nursing positions, including care provider and educator before marrying and settling in the Milden area. She became the Director of Nursing at Dinsmore in 1980 and remained in that role until 2006. At present, she works part time at the Dinsmore Health Care Center. Anne has seen many changes in the health delivery system, including changes in the services offered, changes in Board structure and governance, changes in facility management, and changes in consumer expectations. During her career, she had the opportunity to participate on several provincial committees, as well as in the expansion of Dinsmore Union Hospital into an integrated facility and then further evolution into a Health Center. A love of nursing has persisted, along with enjoying the rural lifestyle, and love and admiration for her two sons.
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The BridgePoint Centre for Eating Disorders is looking for exceptional individuals interested in becoming Board Members for this innovative non-profit organization. Located in Milden, Saskatchewan, BridgePoint is a provincially funded and approved residential program that supports the recovery of individuals with disordered eating. The retreat atmosphere offers peace, quiet, privacy and simplicity. Services are available to women, men, adolescents and their families. The program provides a team-based approach with an emphasis on a group learning experience in a safe, comfortable and nurturing environment. The Board uses a policy based governance approach to provide oversight and direction for this program. If you are interested in finding out more or would like to submit a letter indicating your interest please email email@example.com.