Perched amidst pristine landscaping and gardens, Hart House offers ocean and city views from the tranquil residential neighbourhood on Gonzales Hill.
Originally a heritage home and the private residence of former B.C. Premier, John Hart, Hart House is a sweeping 10,000-square-foot, 20-suite home. Revitalized with oversized windows and natural light, Hart House features high ceilings, high-end finishes and heritage-inspired décor – an ode to its history.
“I am so pleased and grateful for the gentle, respectful and dignified care of my aunt throughout her stay at Hart House, particularly in her final days. Thank you.”
Leadership Care Team
John Nocon, LPNGeneral Manager
John is passionate about taking a holistic approach to care with his Residents, and is P.I.E.C.E.S trained. In his spare time, he likes volunteering with various organizations as a medic. He comes to us with a wealth of experience in the healthcare industry and is passionate about working with Seniors.
John graduated from Vancouver Career College in 2008 and has been a practicing LPN for over 10 years. He also has his Bachelor of Science Degree.
John has held previous positions in the healthcare field, most recently as the Branch Manager for We Care Penticton where he assumed responsibility for the operations of the branch. Prior to that, he was the Clinical Lead at Summerland Senior’s Village where he provided direction, supervision and support to staff. John has also worked for Haven Hill Retirement Centre and Trinity Care Centre.
John is looking forward to meeting all the Residents, friends and family members and working alongside the Hart House team.
Julie Atkinson, RNClinical Nurse Lead
Julie Atkinson has made it her life’s work to advocate for those whose voices need to be heard. She helps patients and families navigate through the journey of change by creating a foundation of trust.
For over 25 years Julie RN, ABLS has nursed many patients inflicted with burns, cancers, trauma reconstruction, mental health, addictions and aging. She is committed to advocate helping those in need feel safe and secure.
Drawing on her life’s story, experience and education she collaborates and guides families, nurses and care aides to successfully achieve the clinical goals which support the needs of the residents at Trillium Communities.
A business owner for fifteen years, Julie has been a sought after speaker across Canada empowering women to be the best they can be. Her most recent recognitions are awards for “Lift as you Climb” and “Mentoring and Leadership” for assisting women in business to succeed. Volunteer work for 10 years as ambassador for Bridges for Women mentoring program. Nominated in 2017 for Women of Worth Vancouver, BC is a reminder of how she continues to pay it forward.
There are many successes in Julie’s life and the three she is most proud of are her two beautiful daughters, many grandchildren and her loving relationship with her husband Terry.
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