Retired Winchester nurse helping aboriginal community

In this Feb. 4, 2016 photo supplied by the Winchester District Memorial Hospital, Joan Davis poses with Lillian Drake, receptionist at Fort Hope (Eabametoong) Nursing Clinic. Davis is working at a nursing outpost at the aboriginal community after retiring from WDMH. (WDMH via Newswatch Group)

WINCHESTER – A retired nurse at the Winchester District Memorial Hospital hasn’t necessarily seen her workload ease up.

Joan Davis, who retired in December after 27 years with WDMH, is now working at a nursing clinic in an aboriginal community in Northern Ontario.

“I plan to end my nursing career working in remote communities in Northern Ontario and Nunavut with the aboriginal population and I hope to see some polar bears (just not too close)!” explains Joan. “Between assignments I plan to enjoy some relaxation and family time.”

During her time in Winchester, Davis worked in the emergency, medicine and enhanced care departments, as well as a nighttime change nurse.

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