Patricia Saulis has been hired as the Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat as the NIHB (Non-Insured Health Benefits) Navigator, effective October 17, 2012.
As NIHB Navigator, Patricia will assist in responding to inquiries on NIHB access and appeal processes for the Atlantic Region. She will be working with Amanda Peters, Senior Health Policy Analyst.
Patricia is from the Tobique First Nation, NB and is the daughter of the late Herman and Christine Saulis. Patricia has a family of five Brothers and two Sisters. Patricia is the proud Mom of two children. Patricia is a graduate of the University of New Brunswick, Bachelor of Arts, Political Science.
Patricia’s previous employment was with the Assembly of First Nations, Health and Social Secretariat, as a Policy Analyst. She has also been employed by her home community and has worked for the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, Canadian Panel on Violence Against Women and Stonecircle Consulting, an Aboriginal Management Consulting Company.
Patricia looks forward to serving the Atlantic First Nation clients, communities and organizations and those invested in providing quality health services to First Nations in the Region.
Patricia can be contacted on email: email@example.com, phone: 1 (877) 667-4007 or 1 (902) 40 ...
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