The Bridge Medical Clinic opened Jan 3, 2012, serving the communities between the Comox Valley and Campbell River. The physicians and staff at The Bridge Medical Clinic strive to provide the highest quality medical care as both a walk-in clinic and a family practice providing continuity of care. We link electronically with CVH and CRH radiology departments, as well as hospital and pharmacy records. Our team consists of the following Primary Care Providers and Staff:
Over 30 years ago, he and his wife visited Campbell River, while shopping for a community to settle down in. They had dinner that night at the much loved Gourmet by the Sea in Oyster Bay, and both concluded that this could be that place. Little did they know that they would end up living minutes from there and settling into the Oyster River community. After 28 years of working at Alder Medical, he has chosen to simplify his life and made the move to work full time at the Bridge Medical Clinic. He believes in building the community and broadening the medical services provided locally. He is proud to be a part of the Oyster River community, which is rich with wonderful, down to earth people. So whether it be on the favored Oyster River pub to pub trail, kayaking in the bay or mountain biking along the oyster river, he'll see you around.
Nadine is very happy to be joining the team at Bridge Medical. She was living on Bowen Island for 12 years, but was raised in the Cowichan Valley and is happy to be back to the Island. She has been an RN for 18 years working mainly in the operating room and is now a new graduate Nurse Practitioner and excited to join Primary Care. She is married, and has two children aged 8 and 11. In her spare time she enjoys skiing in the winter and boating in the summertime with her family. She also enjoys running and yoga and hopes to experience and enjoy all that the Comox Valley has to offer.
Originally from the Peace River region in Northern Alberta, Dr. Lebeuf received his undergraduate training in Zoology from the University of Alberta. After globetrotting, he attained his degree in Medicine from the University of Saskatchewan, and thereafter completed his residency in Family Medicine at the University of Calgary. His early practice focused upon rural medicine, acting as a locum throughout isolated regions of Alberta, and subsequently practicing for several years in Nipawin, Saskatchewan. He relocated in 2001, and is proud to call Campbell River home along with his three children and wife. When not forced into yardwork, you may see him on the river, ocean, squash court, or with his guitar.
Kendra is originally from Colorado and attended UBC to become a Registered Nurse right out of high school. During her time at UBC, she fell in love with the West Coast and decided to stay in Canada. She practiced as an RN for 8 years in Vancouver and in Campbell River. In 2017, she decided to get her Masters in Nursing to be a Nurse Practitioner and worked at Foundry in Campbell River for 2 years. After moving to the island, she enjoyed the Oyster River area and was fortunate to find a lovely home here with her partner. Kendra loves exploring all the swimming holes, beaches, hiking trails and skiing in the winter. She is excited to call The Bridge her new practice location.
Jen is new to the North Island having recently moved here from Nanaimo to be closer to family. She is a health care assistant that has joined our office as our newest MOA and is really enjoying this new opportunity. When not in the office she can be found somewhere on a hiking trail or backpacking with her husband. She enjoys all things outdoors and is looking forward to exploring her new community.
Candice moved back to the Oyster River area 5 years ago with her husband to raise their 2 young boys. You’ll find her cheering at her childrens sports events, walking her dog in the local trails and camping with her family. She has a love for her local neighborhood and she enjoys the opportunity to work at The Bridge Medical where she can support her community.
Dr Curtis was originally trained as an engineer and self taught as a computer software/systems engineer. He returned to university in 2002 to take pre-medicine courses after his eldest son was born prematurely at 33 weeks rekindling Dr Curtis' desire to be a physician.. After obtaining a B.Sc. in psychology, he attended medical school at the Ohio State University. He then returned to Canada to start residency in the Rural Family Medicine Program run by the University of Alberta in Red Deer. Since completing residency, he has worked in longitudinal family practices in BC and Nova Scotia, and more recently as a locum in BC and NWT. He looks forward to being at home with his wife more often as well as visiting with his four adult children who live on Vancouver Island and the Vancouver area.