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Michelle Buffalo, RN, BScN, NSWOC

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Michelle Buffalo grew up in rural northern British Columbia on a large cattle ranch and remains a country girl at heart. She moved to Alberta in 2001. Michelle's journey in health care began working as a nursing attendant and after several years she decided to follow her feather and so her nursing journey began. She graduated from the University of Alberta in 2010. Michelle has worked in many different settings that include, ER, rural nursing, home care case management on a large First Nations community in central Alberta and The Stollery Children's Hospital at the University of Alberta Hospital in Edmonton as the Indigenous RN Case Manager assisting children and their families back to their northern rural and remote communities and follow up navigation of the healthcare system.
She is a recent graduate of the NSWOCC WOC-EP.
Michelle is also honored to be an active member of the NSWOCC Indigenous Wound, Ostomy, Continence Core Program that continues to make changes that impact and improve the health of Indigenous peoples across Canada.
She looks forward with enthusiasm and a sense of gratitude as to where her feather will lead next on her nursing journey as she has been given many great experiences and has met many great nursing mentors along this journey.


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