We are a nurse led service that brings an entrepreneurial spirit to providing healthcare to the homeless. A small yet mighty team, we demonstrate adaptability and flexibility to fulfill the many roles beyond “just a nurse”, that are required within a growing organization that is responsive to the needs of the community and its homeless population.
Santisha Rasheen Oliver RPN, Director of Operations
Rasheen has 9 years experience working as a RPN. She graduated from Sheridan College Institute of Advanced Learning, and started her career in long term care working with stable geriatric patients with comorbid mental health conditions, as well as complex behaviours. She brings this empathy and compassion to Homeless Health Peel where she views patients as individuals and not just a diagnosis. She has a passion for learning and teaching and is keen to have students with her.
Kimone Rodney RPN, Nurse in Charge
Kimone obtained her Registered Practical Nursing diploma at The Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning. From a young age, she knew she would dedicate herself to helping others. With a particular interest in mental health, women’s health, preventative health, and palliative care, Kimone brings a dedication that is deeply rooted in her faith, to provide the highest quality of care to every one of our patients who have been left behind.
Alison Corcoran NP,
Professional Practice Lead
Alison is a graduate of the University of Toronto Post-Masters Nurse Practitioner program, specializing in adult health. She has completed an advanced practice nursing fellowship in palliative care at North York General hospital in 2017. Thereafter, she was the clinical lead for a community based palliative care program for the homeless in Peel. She comes to this role with expertise in addictions and mental health, with a special interest in opioid use disorder. Alison strives for an integrated approach of palliative care and person-centered concepts with addictions and mental health care.
Micheline completed her undergraduate and graduate studies at Ryerson University Her clinical experience includes Women & Infant Health, Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence, and Primary Care. She looks forward to contributing to the Mission and Vision of HHP while continuing to navigate the intersections of the Social Determinants of Health and Mental Health and Addictions.
After a career in education and business, Juliana found her passion in nursing and swears she’ll never go back. Along with a strong work ethic and commitment to professional development, Juliana brings experience from transitional care settings to HHP and the Isolation and Recovery Program.
Prior to working with HHP, I worked at Trillium Health Partners as an RPN on a medicine unit for the last 7 years. At Trillium I worked with new and veteran staff as well as resident doctors and learned the value of how big of a difference a good team can make in your shift and to your patients. I value teamwork above all else and that nursing is a job where you are constantly learning. What brought me to HHP was its philosophy not only towards their nurses but also to their clients. I hope to bring the clinical knowledge I’ve obtained over the years to this new stage in my career and be that team player that everyone knows they can rely on and no one is afraid to ask for help. Just remember team work makes the dream work. In my down time I enjoy playing video games and watching Netflix. For those curious, I’m team Xbox all the way. I am currently in school upgrading to my RN to sharpen my skills. Nursing is an everlasting quest for knowledge mixed in with the need to help others.
Clinton Baretto NP, Founder and Clinical Director
I have been a nurse for 15 years, working in communities in Northern Ontario and the UK, before returning home to the Region of Peel. I have seen the needs of the most vulnerable in our community and I do everything I can to advocate for them. With the support of an incredible team of nurses, I fight alongside individuals experiencing homelessness to make sure their voices are heard, their rights are respected and their needs are finally met.