Shandalin O’Mahony

Shandalin has been nursing since 2003, her specialties include Emergency, Post-Anesthetic Care, and Geriatrics. She has worked in Northern BC as an outpost nurse and volunteered as a nurse in West Africa, Haiti, Indonesia and India with various non-profit organizations.

She received her Master’s of Science in Nursing in 2016, and started working as a Nurse Practitioner in Hope, January 2018. She is excited to be working with the excellent medical team in Hope alongside the residents of this welcoming community.

Shandalin lives with her husband and son in Chilliwack. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, cycling and skiing.

Sean Young

Sean graduated from the University of Washington in Seattle with a Masters of Nursing in 2006.

He has been a NP since then in Agassiz and was part of the initial Anderson Creek Clinic start-up in Boston Bar.

Sue Lawrence

Sue Lawrence has worked as a NP since 2008. Sue started working at Hope medical Clinic in 2010.

Sue works as a family NP seeing people of all ages with a specific interest in care of youth. Sue also does outreach to First Nations in the Fraser Canyon, outreach to homeless in Hope and provide care for people with HIV.