Meet our Nursing Staff

Our physicians are supported by nursing and administrative staff, and provide a range of health care services including family medicine, travel medicine, corporate health care, skin care, allergy assessments and clinical trials.

Cindy Moore
Cindy Moore has been with our office for 15 years and is an invaluable member of our team. She provides assistance with patient care, travel consultations and allergy testing. Cindy is also a support teacher and excellent educational resource for both Laurentian and Cambrian Nursing Students as well as Physician Assistant Learners.
Lisa Vandenheuvel
Lisa has been with us for 15 years. She helps out with patient care, nursing duties, and administration. Lisa is our billing expert, an invaluable member of our team, and we count on her luck weekly for our office lottery ticket purchases.
Amanda Charbonneau
Amanda graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Biology from Laurentian University in 2010 and just recently completed the RN program at Cambrian College and Laurentian University. She has been a part of the NEOMO team for 5 years and is taking over as lead of our Allergy department. She brings a great positive energy to the office and when she is not here assisting patients you may find her climbing mountains in the Rockies or the Great Wall of China.
Thérèse Vaillancourt
Thérèse joined NEOMO in December 2014. She has been an RPN for 25 years in various areas: Long-Term Care, Community, Hospice, PSW Instructor, Administrator and Research. She is also an Insurance Nurse when she can find the time. Thérèse is the proud mom of two boys - Riley and Robin. When she is not busy landscaping her new home with her husband, Thérèse enjoys golf, bowling and soft ball. Thérèse is the Clinical Lead at NEOMO Research.
Stephanie Simard
Steph is one of our student nurses who is currently enrolled in the BScN program at Cambrian College and Laurentian University. She is a wonderful addition to our office and has recently returned from a humanitarian trip to Costa Rica where she conducted home visits, participated in clinics, and assisted with data collection to help patients there.