Approximately a hundred residents attended Dr. Eva’s Farewell Reception.

July 30, 2014

On July 23, a farewell reception for Dr. Eva was held at the Riverside Community Centre, organized by members of the Princeton Health Care Steering Committee.
Dr. Eva and his wife Queen are originally from Nigeria. He worked for Doctors Without Borders in Asia. His wife is a registered nurse who worked in the ICU at the Vancouver General Hospital. The couple, along with their twin daughters, came to Princeton in 2010 for a two year term. Dr. Eva stayed for four years and was instrumental in keeping services available during the ER closures, he assisted in finding our three new doctors and provided opportunities for medical students to do part of their training at the Princeton General Hospital.
The community of Princeton thanks Dr. Eva for his dedicated service and wishes him well in all his future endeavours.
Dr. Eva, his wife Queen and five children
Dr Eva cutting cake

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