She enjoys the diversity, challenge and connection of her rural practice on Salt Spring. Outside of medicine, she is a coloratura soprano, and enjoys singing classical repertoire (sometimes in the shower, sometimes for real audiences).
She is passionate about promoting personal health, and has a special interest in pediatric and adolescent medicine. Outside of medicine she enjoys spending time with family and friends, hiking, walking her dog, and gardening.
Having raised her family with husband Michael in the community, she has deep ties with the island. She has a particular interest in dermoscopy and spends time working in northern rural communities and travelling overseas.
Outside her life as a physician, Clare is also an accomplished athlete who played soccer on Canada’s National and Olympic teams.
He has a strong clinical interest in musculoskeletal medicine and pain management. Outside of medicine, he is an outdoor enthusiast and martial artist participating in brazilian juijitsu and outdoor pursuits from sea kayaking to fly fishing.
She practiced in Mission before moving to Salt Spring Island in 2016 with her family – husband Josh and four children, Ramona, Imogen, Clive and Chet.
Over the last few years she got to experience birth from the inside, and gave birth herself to Iris (5) and Macy (3), both at home under the care of midwives. Aisia still enjoys her job every single day, every single birth, and can’t imagine doing anything else. After growing up on Hornby Island, she and her partner Christopher are pleased to be settling on Saltspring with their kids. While not midwifing and wrangling children she enjoys getting crafty, cooking, or exploring our beautiful coast.
When not practicing, Catherine is an avid cyclist and recently completed the Cape Town Cycle Tour.