Melanie Jade Boulerice is a registered nurse and the founder of the Nomadic Nurse Agency, providing health care services to those in need – right in their homes. She’s on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Fariha Naqvi-Mohamed has the story.
With holidays on the horizon, families turn to private testing for COVID-19
Hindsight makes it look like a canny bit of entrepreneurial genius, but the truth is, it never occurred to Montreal-based nurse Melanie Jade Boulerice that a pandemic might be coming when she started her small, private nursing service.
Is it possible to be more than a nurse? Certainly. Here is an inspiring example. This week we welcome Mélanie Jade Boulerice nurse in the emergency department of the Montreal General Hospital and founder of Nomadic Nurse Agency. Despite her full-time job, she never stops wanting to innovate and get involved in the world of health with her business...
Healthy Life: Nomadic Nurse Agency provides invaluable mobile nursing services
Melanie Jade Boulerice has been a practicing registered nurse for seven years in the emergency room as well as in psychiatry. A graduate of John Abbott College followed by a BScN degree at St. Francis Xavier University, and is currently a teacher for the OIIQ exam workshops through John Abbott College.
Nurse Melanie Boulerice | Exclusive Interview with Venti Venti Vision
Hear from Nurse Melanie Jade Boulerice a Montreal based emergency and psychiatry nurse, an entrepreneur and the founder of Nomadic Nurse Agency. Melanie shares with us what is has been like working as a front line worker, the importance of gratitude in her life and what we can expect in a post-COVID world.