Dr. Ella Monro joins the medical team in Princeton

Dr. Monro joins the team at the Cascade Clinic in Princeton.

Dr. Ella Monro joins the medical team in Princeton.

The decision to make the move to Princeton was fairly easy for Dr. Ella Monro.

Along with husband Paul, who works at Copper Mountain Mine, the couple feels Princeton is the place to put down roots.

“It’s really pretty here,” said Monro, “and everyone has been so nice and welcoming.”

The couple, along with their family of cats and dogs, plan to spend their off-time enjoying the outdoor recreation between the Okanagan, Similkameen Valley and Manning Park.

Prior to making the decision to move to Princeton, Monro had spent a week working with Dr. Eva Idanwekhai and nurse practitioner, Tanya Terkeurs. She quickly found the medical team here in Princeton was a good fit for her.

“Good working relationships are important, said Monro, “they are a large part of why I am here.”

The team at the Cascade Clinic now consists of; Dr. Eva Idanwekhai, nurse practioner Tanya Ter keurs, Dr. Devinder Sandhu, Dr. Colleen Black and Dr. Ella Monro.

Welcome to Princeton, Dr. Monro!

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