- Lorine is a Family Nurse Practitioner, who has practiced as an NP since 2005, after a 30-years’ career as a RN. Lorine completed her diploma in nursing at the British Columbia Institute of Technology, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Masters in Nursing-Nurse Practitioner degree at the University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia.
- As the Nurse Clinician/Coordinator of BC’s Cleft Palate and Craniofacial program for 14 years, Lorine provided the children, families and the team with expert nursing knowledge and skills. As a Nurse Practitioner, her NP practice has centered on Family Practice Care, with a strong focus on children’s health.
- Lorine has provided outreach locum family practice care in several First Nations communities in BC, As a co-founder of BCCH’s RICHER Initiative Program in Vancouver, Lorine implemented a NP primary health care practice linked with a pediatric specialty practice – a very successful team-based care model in the inner city of Vancouver, BC. More recently she has delivered primary care service in several First Nations communities in BC and is providing NP expertise to the First Nations Health Authority in BC. She is adjunct faculty at the University of British Columbia and continues to mentor and provide guidance NP students and newly graduated NPs.