Meet Dr. Devinder Sandhu

Dr. Devinder Sandhu is now living and working in Princeton.

Dr. Sandhu has joined Dr. Eva and Nurse Practitioner Tanya Ter keurs at Cascade Medical Center.

Dr. Devinder Sandhu is now living and working in Princeton. She is accepting patients at the Cascade Medical Center.

Dr. Sandhu is experienced in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine and rural health in India. Her husband (an engineer) and children are currently working and attending school in Surrey, B.C.

Dr. Sandhu finished her residency at St. Paul’s Hospital in July and is very excited to be working in the community.

“I like the peaceful environment Princeton offers,” said Dr. Sandhu. When she is not working, she says she enjoys the “quiet.”

Dr. Sandhu visited a number of communities including Princeton before she made the decision to take a position here.

“I  like the atmosphere here,” she said, I like the people I’ve met.” She then mentions June and Brad Hope, especially.

The Hope’s have been very helpful with the transition to Princeton, including finding a home for Dr. Sandhu to live in.

She is thankful as well for the help and guidance that Dr. Eva has provided. “He has helped and guided me all the way through.”

Appointments can be made with Dr. Sandhu by calling the Cascade clinic at 250-295-4482.

Welcome to Princeton Dr. Sandhu.

 

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