Lise Briseboise-Blouin

Lise is a prairie girl – grew up on a farm in Ferland Saskatchewan. After earning her Bachelor’s in Nursing from the University of Calgary, Lise started her nursing career in Labour and Delivery at the Calgary General. From there, Lise moved to the Vancouver area where she lived with her family for 12 years. She continued her nursing career at the Burnaby Hospital and Burnaby Public Health. On her return to the Calgary area in 1996, Lise earned her Master’s degree at the University of Calgary, all the while working at the Foothills Hospital. In 1999, Lise was convinced to come and work at the High River Hospital. She has been there ever since in various capacities.

She is now the Director of Central Rural Communities and Facilities in the Calgary Zone – High River, Okotoks & Black Diamond. She was honoured by her peers with the Nursing Excellence in Administration Award from CARNA (College of Alberta Registered Nurses Association) in the spring of 2014. Lise is married and is blessed with 3 children, their partners, 3 beautiful curious granddaughters and delightful grandpuppies. They make their home on an acreage east of Okotoks.