Donna is an office manager. She works half-time.
She comes over from the office of Metchosin family physicians Dr. Dan O'Connell and Dr. Joan Rosenberg. She brings over 25 years of experience helping organize patients and their care.
When not working, Donna travels the world over, hiking peaks in different locales.
Deb is a retired office manager who kindly provides backup for Donna, Roxie and Lisa whenever needed.
Deb has decades of experience, first as a nurse, then as an office manager.
Deb enjoys biking on the trails and bikepaths throughout Greater Victoria.
Lisa is an office manager.
Prior to helping run the medical office, for years Lisa ran a busy veterinary office.
When not at the office, Lisa partakes of a new hobby of kayaking.
Roxie is a full-time office manager.
A polymath, Roxie works hard at every task that comes her way, a true rock star.
When not at the office, Roxie keeps fit with hot yoga.
Dr. Petr Hobza
Dr. Petr Hobza is a family doctor.
His west coast ties began when he attended undergraduate at UBC for Environmental Science.
After working in the UK as a physician for the last few years, he has returned to be part of the community on Vancouver Island.
Dr. Robert O'Connor
Dr. Robert is a family doctor.
He is trained as a biochemist, and a family physician.
He was born in a rural, agricultural town of Southwestern Ontario. He attended McMaster University for biochemistry and University College Dublin for medicine. He completed the Rural Family Medicine residency in Memorial University Newfoundland. He then worked in a remote outport of coastal Newfoundland, in an oceanside hospital, where together with 1-4 other family physicians, he shared running the 24-hour emergency room, office-based family medicine, acute inpatient service, cardiac care unit, and long term care.
Finally, he used the knowledge gleaned thus far to set up the current medical practice on the West Coast here in Metchosin.
When not at the office, Robert can sometimes be found on a bike enjoying the trails, or a kayak enjoying the coastline bays.