Dr. Joe BarberoDr. Joe Barbero attended both medical school and Family Medicine Residency Program at University of Toronto. During his final year, he did one month of rural family medicine residency training at Trent Hills Family Health Team.
Immediately following graduation, Dr. Barbero returned to work a steady stream of locum (relief) assignments, eventually covering every practice in the team. He joined the family health team as a full-time family physician in in 2012.
Dr. Barbero has been volunteered his time as part of physician recruitment for the team as well as volunteering on a medical brigade in Honduras. In 2013, he ran 13 half-marathons ('Dr. Joe's 13 in 13') to raise funds for the Campbellford Memorial Hospital Foundation.
Amy Clarke, Registered NurseAmy Clarke graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree with Honours from Trent University in 2006 after working as a Personal Service Worker for three years.
She worked as an Obstetrical Nurse at Northumberland Hills Hospital for 6 years and Kingston General Hospital for two years as well as working as a Clinical Instructor for nursing students at Trent University.
Amy joined the THFHT in July 2013 and now leads our Diabetes and Smoking Cessation programs as well as participating in the cervical screening program.
“I hope to continue expanding our current programs and developing new ones where our nurses and other team members can lead the way in keeping our community healthier.”
Amy Clarke grew up in Castleton, currently lives there with her husband and daughter.
Dr. Celeste CollinsDr. Celeste Collins obtained her medical degree from the Pretoria University in 1984, and graduated from South African College of Family Medicine in 1994. She practiced in South Africa and England before immigrating to Canada in 1998. She has worked in Manitoba, British Columbia, and Moose Factory Ontario. She joined the Trent Hills Family Health Team, with her husband, Dr. Jaun Bothma, in October 2009.
Celeste is a preceptor with the University of Toronto teaching practice in Campbellford. She has been a lecturer at Northern Ontario School of Medicine, a lecturer/preceptor at Queen’s University, and is currently the Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) instructor for this area. She is a fellow of the Canadian College of Family Physicians.
She shares the role of Chief of Staff at Campbellford Memorial Hospital with Dr. Bob Henderson.
Samantha C. Dalby, Nurse PractitionerSamantha Dalby is a Nurse Practitioner with the Trent Hills Family Health Team (THFHT). In addition to direct clinical care Ms. Dalby is a certified nutrition coach and develop and provides nutrition program and is editor of a blog and health and nutrition topics.
A member of the RNAO and NPAO, she served as Chairperson of the Northumberland NP Network, was a member of the Belleville Nurse-Led Clinic Development Committee, and sat on the Primary Care Working Group for the Central East Local Health Integration Network. She also served on the Management Committee for THFHT.
Ms. Dalby has an interest in rural International health care and has volunteered on medical brigades in both Peru and Honduras.
Ms. Dalby graduated from the Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner Program at Queen’s University in 2006 where she received the A.J. Baumgart Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement. She holds a B.Sc.N. (University of British Columbia), Critical Care Certificate (BCIT), and a B.A. in Political Science (York University) and has worked in a variety of government, corporate, non-governmental and social justice environments.
As a registered nurse, Ms. Dalby worked in ICU-Trauma, taught in the Trent University/Sir Sanford Fleming Bachelor of Nursing program, and worked as a Clinical Educator for the Peterborough Regional Health Centre and the Victorian Order of Nurses
Jenny Denhoed, Registered NurseJenny obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from McMaster University, graduating in 2003. She began her nursing career at Toronto Public Health, and worked as a Public Health Nurse until moving to Campbellford in 2007. She then joined the Trent Hills Family Health Team as a Registered Nurse and has worked in various programs within the team and as a Floor Nurse. Over the years, Jenny has taken a few maternity leaves as her family grows! She is very happy and thankful to be living, working and raising a family in such a great community.
Laurie Deviney, Nurse PractitionerBorn and raised in Northumberland County, Laurie is pleased to be back here working as a Nurse Practitioner.
After finishing her BScN at McMaster University, Laurie worked for 13 years in Toronto mostly in High Risk Obstetrics and Intensive Care. In 1999, she graduated as a Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (University of Toronto). Prior to coming to Trent Hills, Laurie worked as a NP in the Women's Health Care Clinic in Peterborough and at Lakeridge Health in Oshawa. She enjoys caring for people of all ages and believes that rural health care is the best place to work. Laurie keeps busy by raising her family with her husband in the lovely hills of Northumberland.
Delayne Donald, Executive DirectorDelayne was born and raised in Campbellford. She has worked in the healthcare field for 36 years across three provinces.
While in Alberta she was employed with Alberta Social Services and Community Health. She worked as a Rehabilitative Care Worker and then in Administration - Central Records. While in Saskatchewan she was employed as an Office Manager at a multi-physician clinic. In Ontario she has held positions within the hospital setting, community care agencies, private laboratory and multi-physician clinic.
Since completing her studies at Reeves Business College, Loyalist College and York University, she has held management positions for the past 18 years. She was a key player in the development and implementation of both the Northumberland Family Health Network in 2002 and the Trent Hills Family Health Team in 2005. She has been the Executive Director of the Trent Hills Family Health Team since January 2006.
Susan Duffy, Registered Practical NurseSusan graduated from Fleming College in 2009. Before joining the Trent Hills Family Health Team, she worked in retirement homes and in hospital medical/surgical wards.
At the team, Susan works as a Floor Nurse at both Campbellford and Havelock sites and in the Diabetic program. She finds her chosen career as nurse rewarding.
“I like helping out others when and where I can in my job, and when a smile comes to their face, I feel I have made a difference.”
In her spare time, Susan farms, gardens, reads and spends time with her family.
Tammie Haig, Registered NurseTammie is a Registered Nurse with THFHT at the Colborne site. She has worked with Dr. Hearnden in Colborne since 1998. After graduating from Conestoga College in 1989, she has worked in Long Term Care, Neonatal Intensive Care and with the VON.
She finds working in the THFHT to be very rewarding. Tammie manages the anti-coagulation program, cervical screening program, cognitive testing and influenza clinic for the Colborne Office. She enjoys her diverse roles, the fast pace and the expanded role that RN's have in a family health team.
“Nurses have a huge role to play in preventative care. The development of new programs can only enhance patient care.”
Tammie resides in Colborne with her husband and two children on a hobby farm and loves the outdoors and riding horses.
Dr. Bob Henderson, Medical DirectorDr. Bob Henderson came to Trent Hills in 1977. Since then he has been involved in the development of health care in our community, along with his wife Cathy who managed his medical clinic for many years. He has held many leadership roles at CMH over the years and currently shares the position of Chief of Staff with Dr. Celeste Collins.
Bob is an Assistant Professor in Family Medicine with the University of Toronto and a preceptor with the U of T teaching practice in Campbellford.
When not at his cottage on a nearby lake, Bob enjoys living in the town of Cobourg with Cathy.
Dr. Nana HouDr. Nana Hou obtained her Bachelor of Science in Developmental Biology from the University of Toronto and received her Medical Degree from University College Cork, Ireland. She returned to the University of Toronto for the Family Medicine Residency Program.
During her second year of residency, Dr. Hou completed two months of rural residency training at Trent Hills Family Health Team. Positive community and professional experiences during those months contributed to her decision to return to Campbellford. Nana joined the team as a full-time physician in January 2015.
Dr. Brett Jamieson, WarkworthDr. Jamieson completed his undergraduate studies at Memorial University of Newfoundland. He received his medical degree at the University of Toronto in 1981, and completed his family medicine residency through Queens University in 1983.
He previously practiced medicine in Niagara Falls from 1983-1995, in Marlbank from 1995-2003, and then moved to Warkworth where he now resides with his wife Michelle and their three boys. He and Michelle moved to Warkworth to be closer to family in Belleville, Toronto and Niagara.
Brett is the primary preceptor for the Queen's University Teaching Practice in Warkworth.
Dr. Elias Maraghi, HastingsDr. Maraghi graduated from Medicine in 1986 from the University of Toronto. After serving three years with the Canadian Airborne Regimen as a Medical Officer, he acquired an established practice in Hastings, Ontario. There he practiced family medicine as well as hospital care for eight years at Campbellford Memorial Hospital and attended walk-in clinics in Cobourg, Trenton and Belleville.
Dr. Maraghi has special interests in diabetes, long-term care, surgical assisting, cardiovascular and sports medicine. He was the head team doctor for the Belleville Bulls OHL hockey team and now covers the Kingston Frontenacs. He is a certified diabetes educator, enjoys lecturing on various topics in medicine and has published research in various fields, from neuroscience to infectious diseases.
Dr. Maraghi is proud and honoured to bring his nearly thirty years of clinical experience to the Trent Hills Family Health Team.
Abby MathewsAbby has been a registered practical nurse since 2014 and has been a member of the Trent Hills Family Health Team from the beginning of her career. Abby completed her final placement here as a student; mentored by Monica McKelvie and Glenda Tanner. Abby is currently practicing nursing at PRHC in addition to her floor nursing with Trent Hills. She feels her career has been very rewarding and gives thanks to anyone who has made her experience as a new nurse enjoyable.
Connie McCredie, Registered NurseConnie has been a Registered Nurse since 1969 when she started working at Campbellford Memorial Hospital. In 1974, she began working in doctors’ office in the surrounding areas. During this same period, she worked with the Victorian Order of Nurses (VON) in the Palliative Care program as well as for Bodimetrics doing home-based physicals for insurance companies.
“It’s great to be part of such a progressive team and the many shared services available to our patients.”
Connie is married with two sons and five grandchildren.
Monica McKelvie, Registered NurseMonica has been working as an Office Nurse since she married Frank McKelvie, a dairy farmer 37 years ago. They have four children and four grandchildren.
Monica enjoys working with the physicians, staff and all the friendly patients. She has had the opportunity with the Trent Hills Family Health Team to add additional duties in keeping within her ‘scope of practice’. Monica is now involved with the programs and services we offer our patients which include: cognitive screening tests for senior patients, performing pap tests for our female patients and provide a nursing role in Chronic Non-Cancer Pain program.
Laureen Mitchell, Social WorkerLaureen joined the Family Health Team as a social worker in January 2013. Originally from Colborne, Laureen has recently returned to the area, relocating in Campbellford with her husband and two daughters. Laureen brings with her a wealth of professional knowledge and experience, in addition to a great love and affiliation for the region, for the beauty of Trent Hills, and her family and community.
Laureen Mitchell completed her Bachelor of Social Work Degree at Ryerson in 1984 and her Master of Social Work Degree at University of Windsor, in 2009. Since 2000, she has served as a social worker and professional practice leader at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Barrie, where her responsibilities in the Medical and Rehabilitation programs included patient care, community resources, administration and education. Prior to that, from 1995 to 2000, Laureen was a member of the professional team at West Park Healthcare Centre in Toronto, and from 1986 to 1995 she served as a social worker for the Hospice of Peel in Mississauga, and for the Community Services department in the Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto. Laureen brings to the Trent Hills team not only her passion and enthusiasm, but also a rich experience serving individuals with a wide range of healthcare needs across the lifespan.
Dr. Kelly Parks, WarkworthDr. Parks graduated from Queen’s University Family Medicine Residency Program in 2011 after receiving her degree in Medicine from the American University of the Caribbean (St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles).
Prior to obtaining her medical licensure, and after completing a B/Sc. (Physiotherapy) and Honours B.A. (Physical Education) from the University of Western Ontario, Dr. Parks practiced as a Physiotherapist in the Peterborough area for 17 years.
Before joining the Trent Hills Family Health Team, Dr. Parks completed addition postgraduate training in Palliative Care at Queen’s and along with her other professional affiliations, is a member of the Canadian Society of Palliative Care Physicians.
In her spare time, Dr. Parks is an avid figure skater, coach and medical volunteer on the local figure skating scene.
Dr. Jamie ReadDr. Read holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) from Carleton University, Ottawa and a Masters of Science (Medical Genetics) from Queen’s University, Kingston. He received his M.D. at the University of Calgary and completed residency training in Ottawa with additional training in Emergency Medicine.
Following over nine years in Emergency Medicine, Dr. Read worked four years as Medical Director at the Sherbourne Health Centre, Toronto. This was followed by four years as the Co-Lead, Quality Improvement and Clinical Integration at Health Quality Ontario (formerly Quality Improvement & Innovation Partnership) while also acting as a Primary Care Lead at the Toronto Central Diabetes Regional Coordination Centre. He also holds an appointment as a Clinical Lecturer for the University of Toronto. He practiced as a Family Physician with the Urban Health Team at the Sherbourne Health Centre for twelve years.
Dr. Read has called the Warkworth area home for almost two years. With a desire to end commuting to work in Toronto, Dr. Read joined the Trent Hills Family Health Team in April 2015.
Carole Robichaud, Nurse PractitionerCarole Robichaud was born and raised in Shawinigan, Quebec, which explains her French accent. She moved to Montreal in 1979 and graduated from the Nursing Sciences Program at the University of Montreal in 1982. She has worked in different fields of nursing, including general surgery, labour and delivery and emergency.
She completed the Nurse Practitioner Program with the University of Ottawa in 2002 with the precious support of her husband and her five children. She returned to school and graduated 2012 with her Master’s degree. She has been working part time with THFHT since 2006 and is proud to be a part of this wonderful team.
Carole is also the Nursing Supervisor for the team
Tara Rogers, Registered NurseTara graduated as a Registered Nurse in 1995. Growing up in a family full of Registered Nurses seemed to help make my career choice rather easy.
Tara has worked at Hillside Family Medicine, now Trent Hills Family Health Team for twenty years. She is presently the Program Lead for the Anti-Coagulation Program, Spirometry and Holter Monitor. Tara is also actively involved in the Smoking Cessation Program. Tara has a keen interest in COPD and asthma.
Tara feels blessed to have such a wonderful job and great people to work with.
Bev Spencer, Registered Practical NurseBev Spencer has lived in the area for her entire life. She and her husband have a dairy farm east of Campbellford.
Bev began nursing 27 years ago at Campbellford Memorial and Trenton Memorial Hospitals. She was thrilled to be hired at the Trent Hills Family Health Team to end her career in her own community.
Bev has been with the team for two years, specializing in Geriatric Nursing. She also continues to work on a casual basis for Quinte Health Care in their Psychological and Same Day Surgery Departments.
Bev is honoured to sit on the Fitness to Practice Committee for the College of Nurses of Ontario, working with nurses with psychological and addiction issues. She is also actively involved in the community including being the Agricultural Representative for the Lower Trent Water Source Protection Committee.
Bev feels fortunate to work with the great team at THFHT
Glenda Tanner, Registered NurseGlenda has been married for 39 years and has been an RN for the past 37 years. She moved back to Campbellford in 1988 having lived in Oakville previously. Glenda worked as a visiting nurse and nurse manager with the Victoria Order of Nurses prior to her employment at Hillside Family Medicine which is now the Trent Hills Family Health Team. She has two grown children and four grandchildren.
At the Trent Hills Family Health Team Glenda sits on the Joint Occupational Health & Safety Committee and the Management Committee. She is the lead RN for the Cervical Screening Program. There have been many changes in nurses roles since the initiation of programs and services for our patients. She has found the new roles to both challenging and rewarding.
Marion Tink, Nurse PractitionerMarion is a Primary Care Nurse Practitioner. She joined the Trent Hills Family Health Team in 2011 after extensive experiencing working in Emergency Department health care. Her experience was initially as a frontline staff member and then in an administrative capacity as the Director of the Emergency Program of Lakeridge Health. This experience included active participation in Central East LHIN regional planning processes, CE LHIN Emergency Department Task Group, community disaster planning and community education projects. In 2011, she moved to a hobby farm in the Campbellford area and sought work in the community.
Marion has enjoyed lifelong learning and has a BA, BScN and a MScN as well as her Primary Care Nurse Practitioner certification. She continues to attend conferences and educational courses to remain current with changes in primary health care.
Marion provides patient care in conjunction with the health care teams at the Warkworth and Hastings satellite offices of the THFHT and enjoys the variety of clients of all ages and the challenges of caring for acute and chronic disease presentations.
Dr. Steven WaringDr. Waring was born and raised in Cobourg and practised family medicine in Cobourg from 1988-1994. For the past 20 years, he has practised family medicine in the United States, in affiliation with the 120 bed Hays Medical Centre, a Tertiary Care hospital, located in Hays, Kansas. While in Hays, Dr. Waring held various administrative positions, including Chief of Staff (2003) at Hays Medical Centre, Medical Director (1998-2007) at Hays Good Samaritan Nursing Home and was President of the Kansas Medical Society (1997). He has also continued to assist in the teaching of medical students throughout his U.S. career.
Dr Waring joined the family health team in June 2015.
Dr. Paul WilliamsDr. Williams was born and raised in the Montreal area. He did his undergraduate and Master’s degrees in exercise physiology at Concordia University where he met his wife who was doing a Masters in Exercise Science. He studied medicine and did his Family Medicine residency in Toronto. During his residency he came to Campbellford for a two-month rotation and fell in love with the community. The combination of hospital and office practice, along with great colleagues and staff, was exactly what he was looking for in a practice. He and his wife moved to Campbellford in 2000 and they couldn’t be happier. They’re now raising two daughters here and plan on staying for a long time.
Paul is the lead preceptor with the University of Toronto teaching practice in Campbellford.
Stephanie Wilson, Social WorkerStephanie, originally from the Toronto Area, graduated from Queen’s University, Kinston with a Bachelor of Science in biology and Psychology. Her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy is from the University of Ottawa. Stephanie’s extensive experience in the field of Social Services and Counseling ranges from case management at Children’s Mental Health Services and the Children’s Aid Society to marriage and family counseling in private practice and as an instructor in the social service worker program at Loyalist College.
Stephanie is new to practice in the Campbellford area but is enjoying the beauty of the area and the warmth of patients and staff at Trent Hills Family Health Team.
Cheryl Woods, Registered Social Services WorkerOriginally from Colborne, Cheryl Woods completed her Early Childhood Education at Seneca College and worked in Toronto before moving back to the area to raise her son. After completing the Social Service Worker program at Loyalist College, she worked with high-risk adolescents in a treatment facility.
Cheryl brings 25+ years of experience in child and adolescent development to the Trent Hills Family Health Team.
Cheryl conducts intake interviews for patients wishing to connect with social work services. She acts as a patient advocate, providing information about area programs and services as well as assisting in locating and applying for appropriate funding. In addition, Cheryl co-facilitates a child and a teen anxiety group in the clinic.
Cheryl is enjoying working in this area again and helping our community connect to services.