NEW: Community Nurse Services
Heather Quayle & Nicole Callow

Registered Nurses co-working at the CSVAC

We are delighted to announce that two part-time Registered Nurses have joined the Victoria Health Co-op!  

They will be based at 380 Cook St where we are co-located with the Cook St Village Activity Centre. They can be reached by email at to inquire about services or book an appointment. 


Weekly schedule is coming soon!

Do you have a quick question about RN services? Would you like to inquire about booking a future appointment, or to schedule a home visit? You can reach our nurses directly by phone as well: 
Heather Quayle: 250-857-3572 or Nicole Callow: 250-857-1752 
Our Community Nurses will be doing everything possible to provide a full range of nursing care and health education services despite the safety precautions required during the pandemic.  We are trying to estimate the total number of community members and Co-op members who will make use of these services, both medical and health education.  
Do you expect to use these services?  Do you know others who may be interested?  Please encourage potential users of this service to send us their name and contact details, but, PLEASE do not send medical information. Please direct emails to
IMPORTANT: Membership in the Victoria Health Co-op is not a requirement for access to the Registered Nurses, nor for most of our health and wellness programs.  But we are always pleased when people join the Co-op.

Special Event: Meet the Registered Nurses
SUNDAY, MAY 9, 2021 – 1-2PM

with Heather Quayle, RN &
Nicole Callow, RN

Join this Zoom session to meet our Community Nurses and learn more about the services available.

We are actively fundraising for our ‘RN Project’

This project employs 2 part-time Registered Nurses providing Primary Healthcare for up to 800 Greater Victoria residents. The VHC has been active in discussions and advocacy in our community to secure clinic space and long-term funding for this project.

Please make a donation to ensure that this project will continue for the long-term. We are fundraising for day-to-day clinic supplies and sourcing medical examination equipment. Every contribution counts!

The funds are being managed by the Creating Community Wellness Society, and donations are tax deductible.



Ways To Help:

  1. Fundraise. Give us YOUR ideas for how you can help us to raise funds.  Please email or call VHC Chair, Vanessa Hammond 250.415.9272.  She needs all available brains and hands!
  2. Donate. The pressure on medical services will be even greater in future with all the people who have not been able to get attention for on-going problems, regular check-ups.  Help us to get all the furniture, equipment and supplies we need to open the doors. All donations are most welcome and we are happy to provide a Charitable Donation Receipt. Fill out the form below to make a donation now to Creating Community Wellness Society.

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