Dr. Angela Nguan is a family physician at the Copeman Healthcare Centre in Vancouver. As a family medicine graduate from the University of British Columbia she was awarded the Morton and Irene Dodek Prize in Family Practice for compassion, care, and competence. Dr. Nguan also holds a degree in Hons Biology and Hons Health Sciences in Occupational Therapy from McMaster University.
She has been actively involved in the GP community including the Vancouver Division’s Residential Care group and previously the Mental Health and Addictions committee. She is currently on the Shared Care Cardiology committee working with cardiologists and GP colleagues to improve the delivery of care for patients across the Lower Mainland. She sits on the Advisory Council for the Dept. of Family and Community Medicine at Providence Health Care.
As an educator she is on the CME on the Run committee through UBC CPD and is a coordinator for the Family Practice Teaching Rounds for community physicians at Mount St. Joseph’s hospital.
Dr. Nguan has a special interest in geriatric medicine including residential care, urology, cosmetic dermatology and mental health. She is passionate about preventative health, wellness and positive psychology in a team based environment.
She has three wonderful small children who keep her busy during her off work hours and enjoys being a mother and travelling on family holidays.
Dr. Nguan is supported by Clinical Care Coordinator Rosanne Abraham.