At Nurses on Demand we are committed to hiring the best of the best. Our nurses are amazing and caring professionals who are committed to all aspects of the job. Our biggest accomplishment has been hearing the feedback from our patients who have built genuine relationships with their nurse.

Each one of our nurses has undergone extensive training and is certified by an accredited institution. In order to provide the most flexible service to our patients, Nurses on Demand employees a variety of types of nurses, including:

  • Registered Nurses/Licensed Practical Nurses – can help with medication, patient recovery, health assessments, care administration, and provide information about injury/disease prevention.
  • Nursing Aids – Nursing aids specialize in in-home care and assist patients with every-day activities like eating, bathing, clothing, and transfers from one room to another.
  • Trained Companions – A trained companion provides a source of human connection and friendship to those who need it. They can also help with daily tasks like cleaning dishes and doing laundry.

Nurse Christina


What do you love most about being a 'Nurse on Demand'?

One of the best things about being a nurse is the privilege of being with people in some of their most vulnerable times. I have been present at births and at deaths and each time, it has been a humbling privilege to share those moments with patients and their families. It is a privilege to hold the hand of a patient when they need it most.

What's your background?

I graduated in 2010. I have been a nurse for ten years now. Over the years I have gained experience in child and adolescent mental health, internal medicine, surgery, and emergency medicine.

Tell us a time that was extra special with a client?

In the homecare setting it is always lovely getting to know my clients on a more personal level. Often times they will share home videos and photo albums with me. I feel honored when patients share these things with me. Its very special. Its something I love most about my job.

If you weren’t nursing what would be doing?

I would probably be either a paramedic or physical therapist.

What do you like to do around #YEG?

I love finding new beautiful walking trails and hikes – I take my daughter with me so we can take pretty photos of the scenery. I also love bringing home new plants and thrift shopping for unique antiques.

Nurse Nichole


What do you love most about being a 'Nurse on Demand'?

I love providing care to patients in their own home, this creates an environment where the patients have autonomy. My favorite part of nursing is providing compassionate care and being able to make a difference in the lives of people.

What's your background?

I graduated from nursing school in 2013. I have nursing five years of experience in plastic surgery and three years of correctional nursing. Other career highlights include homecare, internal medicine, and community nursing.

Tell us a time that was extra special with a client?

Anytime I get to form a connection with a client, its pretty special.

If you weren’t nursing what would be doing?

If I was not a nurse I am not sure what else I would be — I would be doing something that involves helping people.

What do you like to do around #YEG?

I enjoy eating out with family + friends and painting on my days off.

Nurse Stephanie


What do you love most about being a 'Nurse on Demand'?

I love the fact that we get to meet new people every single day! No two days as a nurse are ever the same.

What's your background?

I graduated in 2015. My previous nursing experience includes labor and delivery, general surgery and community nursing.

Tell us a time that was extra special with a client?

I will never forget the look on my patient’s face when I was able to discharge him on Christmas day. It had been a long road to recovery, I knew how much this meant to him. I still remember his face, it was a special day!

If you weren’t nursing what would be doing?

Either a photographer, or police woman. I love action.

What do you like to do around #YEG?

Finding new cafes and things to do in and around our city. I also love food and the art gallery!

Nurse Irene


What do you love most about your job?

Being able to provide care and help alleviate our clients needs holistically. Making clients feel like they are being cared for by their own families.

How long have you been in the industry?

I am a Registered Nurse in the Philippines, I was able to upgrade before I moved to Canada. I worked as a Nursing Attendant in a long term care and subacute unit. I also worked as a health care aide in an assisted Living Facility which served both dementia and geriatric patients. I did this while finishing my LPN program. I have been working in a SL and a Mental health facility after obtaining my LPN license in 2015.

If you weren’t in nursing what would you be doing?

I would probably be a dentist, I was able to finish 4 years of schooling which included 2 years of dentistry preparatory courses back in the Philippines but decided to switch to nursing after making the decision to move to Canada.

Dining out! I love food and I love to eat. There are so many good places to explore.

Nurse Parneet


What do you love most about being a 'Nurse on Demand'?

It’s a great feeling when my patients express or show that they are happy and satisfied with the nursing care I have provided.

Tell us a time that was extra special with a client?

A time that felt extra special was when my client was telling me all about her life. It takes a certain level of trust and connection in order for a person to feel comfortable enough to share these things.

What’s your favorite thing to do in #YEG?

Driving around at the night time. Edmonton is not really as populated as other big cities such as Brampton, Surrey; so one can feel at peace while driving.

Nurse Bianca


Tell us about yourself!

Well little about me … My African name is Nonhlanhla (Zulu meaning the lucky one), l honestly feel so lucky and blessed to be a nurse. Nursing and caring comes second nature to me and l feel most proud when l know l made a difference in someone’s life.

I have been an LPN for 11 years and graduated from Norquest College. At Norquest l spent a lot of time fundraising for women to have the opportunity to go back to tertiary studies in the 1000 women movement. I believe once you educate a woman you have educated a nation.

If you weren’t nursing what would you be doing?

If l had not gone into nursing l would have probably done law or social work because l am passionate about fighting against injustices. I am married with 4 children that challenge me everyday to do better.

What do you love most about being a 'Nurse on Demand'?

I absolutely love the fresh approach Nurses on Demand has brought to the care industry. I am excited to be part of this team and l look forward to growing and making a wonderful difference to each and every client we serve.

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