Stollerific Hospital staff
A family’s experience at the Stollery involves a diverse team of caretakers, from doctors and nurses to Child Life specialists, social workers and more. Meet some of the Stollerific staff who are giving all kids the best chance to live a long and healthy life in the stories below.
Megan is a simulation consultant for the Stollery simulation program. This program helps health-care providers keep their skills sharp in a safe environment through simulated situations.
Shelley is the clinical nurse educator for the neonatal resuscitation stabilization triage (RST) team at the Stollery Philip C. Etches Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Royal Alexandra Hospital. Within her team, her role is to assess learning needs, design and deliver ongoing education and encourage strong team dynamics and multi-disciplinary collaboration.
Becca Deslaurier (left) and Heidi Haring (right) are members of the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) transport team at the Stollery Children’s Hospital. Becca is a respiratory therapist and Heidi is a transport RN — both of which are crucial roles for caring for and transporting sick babies.
Dr. Regan Guilfoyle is a pediatric plastic and reconstructive surgeon at the Stollery Children’s Hospital. She works as one of three pediatric plastic surgeons at the Stollery and has been on the team since 2014.
Stephanie Park is a Child Life specialist in the Emergency department at the Stollery Children’s Hospital. The Foundation-funded Child Life department at the Stollery helps kids adjust to and understand hospitalization, treatment and illness — all while making sure kids still get to be kids.