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Elizabeth Mooring, RN

Health Services Director

Elizabeth grew up in Prince George and is grateful to live, work and play on the unceded traditional territory of the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation. Elizabeth also has Maritime roots where she spent her summers playing on her grandparents’ farm in Prince Edward Island, the unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People.

Elizabeth is fluent in French and English; she attended UNBC where she graduated with a BScN in 2008. During her education, Elizabeth developed passions for community and public health, First Nations health, palliative care, dementia care, and gerontological nursing, in particular. The first part of her career was with Northern Health public health and then long-term care. Elizabeth received her certification in gerontological nursing with the CNA in 2012.

Throughout her career, Elizabeth has been passionately providing service and supports to people who are at risk of being disregarded or discriminated against within the health care system. Working at AiMHi over the past 8 years has provided many opportunities to grow professionally and personally. Elizabeth is grateful to offer specialty consultation in her role as Health Services Director to support advocacy, inclusion, and equity for all.

On weekends, you’ll catch Elizabeth cruising on her motorcycle, enjoying the wilderness or dancing at a live show in our vibrant local music scene.

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We at AiMHi acknowledge and are grateful to be working and learning on the unceded ancestral lands of the Lheidli T'enneh First Nation and McLeod Lake Indian band.