Nurses and Nurse Practitioners of BC
NNPBC Membership
NNPBC is a not for profit society registered in the province of British Columbia in September, 2018

NNPBC Contact Information


Nurses and Nurse Practitioners of British Columbia

If you have any questions please contact us at:
Phone: 604-737-1304
All calls Toll Free across Canada & the United States
Fax: 604-229-2606
Email: info@nnpbc.com
24-hour media & communications inquiries, please call 604-737-1304,  ext. 115.
#500 - 3777 Kingsway
Burnaby, BC   V5H 3Z7

Hours of operation:
Mon - Fri:   8:30am - 4:30pm



Michael Sandler, RN, MSN, CNCC(C) Executive Director
Alix Arndt Director, Corporate Operations & Member Services
Lorinda Fung Accountant
Tammi Guimond, LPN Policy & Practice Lead
Mike Harrison Manager, Graphics/Web & IM/IT
Brenda Ingram Executive Assistant/Events Coordinator
Patti Telford RN, BScN, MHS Project Manager - Provincial Initiatives

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Tammi Guimond, LPN

Tammi has been a Licensed Practical Nurses since 2006 and she brings experience in regulation and governance in health care. As well, Tammi has experience in practice across a variety of settings. She understands the challenges facing practical nurses in both urban and remote setting areas of the province.

Tammi greatly appreciated her role as a board member for the legacy college CLPNBC, and is honoured t currently act as a board member for the Nisga’s Valley Health Authority.

Tammi has lived in Prince George for 30 years and enjoys vising with her three adult children and their families who live nearby, and having adventures with her dog Eva.

Tammi is honoured to be part of the Advisory Team and looks forward to supporting, advising and providing direction for programs and services related to all workplaces for nurses in British Columbia.
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Patti Telford, RN, BScN, MHS

Patti has been a nurse for 30 years and brings global experience in healthcare and nursing practice. After 17 years of working in a variety of health care service areas; including direct patient care, education and leadership, she left made the leap to join a global consulting firm where she eventually serves as the Western Canadian Clinical Leader. She had opportunity to work with nurses and leaders in most of the Canadian provinces, the United States and Australia on projects that included increasing operational efficiency, designing better patient flow and enhancing care delivery programs.

Patti is highly committed to advancing the nursing profession in British Columbia. Patti lives in Vancouver with her partner.