The clinic currently has 5 regular physicians and runs four half days per week.
Mondays 9:00-12:00 - Dr Jordyn Vanderveen
Tuesdays 1:30-4:30 – Dr Angela Logan
Wednesdays 9:00-12:00 – Dr Bre’el Davis
Thursday 1:30-4:30 – Dr Dieter deBruin
Dr Jennifer Kask travels to Port Hardy for clinic once per month and rotates through the weekly clinics. Dr Natasha Rafo is a locum physician who provides vacation relief.
See our bios below!
Carole plays the important role of medical office assistant. It is her voice that you will hear on the other end of the phone and who will greet you at the office. She is happy to answer any questions you might have. Our phone, 250-286-7173, will be answered during office hours and messages will be returned next business day. If there is an urgent pregnancy concern after hours you may contact the 811 nurses hotline, your family physician, the emergency department (if before 20 weeks) or phone the Campbell River Hospital switch board at 250-286-7100 and ask for the maternity ward if over 20 weeks.
We work closely with resident doctors in the UBC Strathcona Family Practice Residency Training Program. You may have a chance to meet one of these training doctors, either in the clinic or on the maternity ward. You have a valuable role to play in their education as we act as their teachers and supervisors.
Dr Bre'el Davis
Bre'el grew up in Prince Rupert, on the north west coast of BC. After completing her medical training in Ontario and Alberta she moved to Campbell River in 2009. Bre'el has a family practice at Cedar Street Medical Clinic and cherishes her ability to be able to provide obstetrics care to women and their families. She rounds out her days by spending time with her two young children and husband gardening, cooking and going for walks.
Dr Dieter Debruin
Dieter was born in South Africa and grew up in Pretoria. He completed his medical training there and relocated to Campbell River with his wife in 2007. He currently works out of the Dogwood Medical clinic and has been practicing full service family medicine including prenatal and obstetrical care. He sits on the board of the Divisions of family medicine and is a member of the UBC faculty of medicine, Strathcona site. He is the proud father of two boys and loves to spend time with his young family. They enjoy cycling, geocaching and skiing together.
Dr Jennifer Kask
Born in Campbell River and raised in Gowlland Harbour, Jennifer returned to her hometown in 2005. She completed Medical School at the University of British Columbia in 2001 and her Family Medicine Residency in Prince George in 2003. She worked in Prince George until 2005, then relocated to Campbell River. She works primarily as a locum physician in Campbell River and had the opportunity to work in New Zealand through the winters of 2011 and 2013. When not working, Jennifer spends as much time as possible with her husband and three children. The family enjoys travel and adventure; particularly hiking, sailing, canoeing and biking.
Dr Angela Logan
Angela relocated to Campbell River from Ontario in January 2015. Born and raised in Ontario, studying at both McMaster and Queen's University, Angela and husband Steve spread their wings to call Chilliwack, BC home for her family medicine residency in 2009-2011. Moving back to Ontario in 2012 for family reasons, they always missed the West Coast. When the opportunity arose for both of them to have rewarding careers in Campbell River, they jumped at the opportunity to be back on the West, living near the ocean and mountains. They have a son and young daughter. Maternity care is Angela's passion in medicine and she has enjoyed her time serving the women of Campbell River and the North Island. She has a family practice out of Cedar Street Medical. Outside of medicine, Angela enjoys travelling, skiing, kayaking and hiking with her family.
Dr Jordyn Vanderveen
Jordyn was born and raised near Red Deer, Alberta. After living with her husband in Ottawa and completing her medical training in Calgary, they came out to Campbell River for the final chapter of Jordyn’s medical residency in 2014. Since that time, they have fallen in love with the town and decided to put down some roots here. Jordyn works as a GP at Hillside Medical Clinic in addition to providing maternity care. Outside of medicine, Jordyn loves to run in the woods, paint and try to keep up with her active husband and their new baby girl on all their outdoor adventures.