Sheila started her nursing career in 2012 after graduating from Flinders University, Adelaide. Shortly after graduation, she moved back to Perth to be with her family and worked in a Medical and Skin clinic for 7 years. During these years, she was able to enhance her leadership skills by training numerous nurse graduates who held high passion to be an effective practice nurses. During her work and in between, Sheila did a lot of volunteering work with the Cancer Council and St John Ambulance. Sheila was also an active mentor to younger nurses who was in their first year of nursing. In 2018, She participated in being a heart foundation ambassador who actively educated patients with ongoing heart diseases to lead a healthy lifestyle.
In 2019, Sheila and her husband decided to move to Brisbane where she immediately joined an amazing team of health professionals in a Medical Centre. During her time there, she continued to grow in her nursing skills by undertaking necessary steps in elderly care. Her main role was to educate patients on continuing care to maintain independence at home.
Managing the care and ensuring the wellbeing of patient as well as their family members is what drives Sheila to further sharpen and enhance her nursing capabilities. With the given opportunity to join GO2, Sheila believes that she is able to further provide optimal care for the veterans and their family. Additionally, she believes she will be able to bring forth her experience thus far to further enhance patient care by working with a multidisciplinary team of healthcare providers within GO2 Health.
- Bachelor Of Nursing
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