Family Health Nurse Practitioner
Amra Dizdarevic is a Family Health Nurse Practitioner at the Vancouver Copeman Healthcare Centre. Prior to joining Copeman Healthcare, Amra worked at the Mid-Main Community Health Centre as a Nurse Practitioner in full scope primary care practice that included women’s health, pediatrics, chronic disease management, mental health. She also facilitated group medical appointments.
Amra also worked as a public health nurse at the Evergreen Community Health Centre where she was responsible for infant, child & youth programs, parent-infant workshops, and child health clinics. Prior to that, she worked in perinatal nursing at BC Women’s Hospital. She holds certificates in Breastfeeding counseling, Labour and delivery support, and Immunizations. Amra received the CRNBC Nurse Professionalism Award, which is presented to registered nurses who demonstrate excellence in planning and implementing effective and efficient delivery of nursing services.
Amra graduated from UBC with a Bachelor of Science in Cell Biology & Genetics, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Science in Nursing – Nurse Practitioner. Being an avid traveler herself, Amra maintains a special interest in travel medicine and immunizations. In 2015, she completed the credentialing examination and holds a Certificate in Travel Health (CTH©) from the International Society of Travel Medicine. She is also an Adjunct Professor at the UBC School of Nursing, teaching in the Master’s program.
Amra is a self-proclaimed outdoor enthusiast who enjoys travelling, running, and hiking.