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Our pcn team


Irma van den hadelkamp

My name is Irma van den Hadelkamp.  I am a Registered Nurse working for the Peaks to Prairies PCN Women & Infant Health program in Sundre since April 2014.  My job at the clinic is to prepare and educate all maternities during their pregnancy, labor and transition to motherhood. On your prenatal visits you will visit me and your family doctor. We like to work as a team together with you, so we can give you a good pre and postnatal experience.  I do follow up appointments until the baby is 6 weeks old, but you are always welcome to book an appointment with me if you need any advice after this period.  Since October 2017, I am an International Lactation Consultant and I am happy to assist you when you experience any breastfeeding challenges.



I have been a Registered Nurse for over 25 years and received my training through Humber College in Ontario.  After graduating  I worked in Sparta Tennessee  for a short time before returning home to Alberta where I was hired by Sundre General Hospital.  In 2003 I began working as an RN for Greenwood Family Physicians until 2014 when I was hired as a Case Coordinator by Peaks to Prairies Primary Care Network.   It was perfect for me, I was able to remain at Greenwood Family Physicians with the Staff and Patients I had grown very close to!  I continue working within Greenwood Family Physicians Clinic, in the field of Chronic Disease Management and am available to Patients 3 days per week interested in making healthy lifestyle changes to manage Diabetes,  hypertension, weight management, cholesterol or smoking cessation.


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I am a Certified Exercise Physiologist with over 10 years experience in exercise prescription for individuals living with a chronic disease, disability or weight management support. My passion is to provide education and support for all individuals to be active and healthy at any level. I began my career with the health region in Saskatchewan and have extended my experience working in Alberta within the private, public and non-profit sectors. I enjoy spending my free time with my amazing family. We love camping, fishing, skiing, trips to the mountains, or relaxing on a beach. Unsurprisingly, I participate in any sport or physical activity and I am a Saskatchewan Roughrider fan. I am excited to be part of the Peaks to Prairies PCN Team and to support the doctors and their patients at the Greenwood Family Physicians!

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My family is my greatest joy in life! I enjoy being active: hiking, biking, river swimming and playing outside in general. I have always had an interest in health and well-being; a Registered Social worker since 1997 and a student and teacher of Yoga since 2000. I love being part of a community that supports people to be their best selves; physically, socially and emotionally.

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My name is Aletheia Somerville and I am a registered nurse. I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing in 2008 and have primarily worked in intensive care in both the US and Canada. My background and experiences working with patients and their families in the ICU have inspired me to join the PCN and be part of the support network keeping our seniors healthy. It is a privilege for me to work with our seniors as they have an important role in our communities and lives. I live in rural Mountain View County with my family and we love the beauty of our surroundings and being part our rural community!


Marjie Goertzen

My name is Marjie and I have been a registered social worker since 2007. I am currently pursuing the Master’s of Social Work at Dalhousie University. My background includes 15 years in school social work, supporting families with complex needs, navigating the system, providing prevention, crisis intervention, and early intervention. My experience also includes Alberta Health Services, in mental health (inpatient and outpatient), as well as medical social work. I participated in an internship with the Children’s Grief Centre in Calgary and have been privileged to support people walking through grief and loss.


I feel very blessed to be working at the PCN, walking alongside, and supporting people to improve their well-being and participate in their journey of healing. I have a heart for supporting individuals of all ages and families experiencing the challenges of complex diagnoses and health challenges. Part of my focus at the PCN will be on perinatal mental health. I feel fortunate to be able to assist during this critical phase of people’s lives, supporting emotional well-being with empathy, empowerment, advocacy, and trauma-informed care as they navigate the challenges and joys of parenthood. I am currently pursuing a certification in Perinatal Mental Health.


I have always lived and worked rurally. I grew up on a farm near Didsbury and currently reside in rural Mountain View County on a small hobby farm with my family. I enjoy spending time with our menagerie of animals, from goats to an alpaca. Animals have always been a source of comfort and healing in my life and I feel grateful that my children can experience the joys of living close to nature.

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