Jillian Stewart is a Fellow of The American Congress of Obstetricians and a Gynecologist. Jillian throughout her career has been focusing on optimal wellness for the woman, sharing a sense of duty and enthusiasm towards the wider role in medicine. Recently, she has celebrated 10 years in her career as a medical practitioner.
She has even worked as a bacteriologist and quality control technicians for Greater Vancouver Regional District. Her work was to do the analysis of drinking water and local beach water samples for the lower mainland of Vancouver and surrounding municipalities.
Jillian is actually very fond of helping people. She believes that woman’s relationship with her Obstetrician and Gynecologist is different than any other physician patient relationship. She thinks they have great opportunity to treat their patient with the help of many sacrosanct life events and discussed topics that even she doesn’t share with her close ones. She likes to have great connection with her every patient.
Jillian since her childhood is very active in extra-curricular activities. She is very fond of doing paper crafting and has won several competition related to paper crafting. Jillian even loves to play snooker and pool during her free time. Mountaineering is her another hobby. During her school days, she captained her school basketball team and won many trophies for her school. Biology was her favorite subject since her school days and always wanted to serve her carrier in this field. So here she is today.
Jillian is actually graduated in Bachelor of Science with the degree of Microbiology and Immunology from Vancouver’s University of British Colombia in 2002. Before doing her graduation, she went to start a general biology course at Malaspina University in Nanaimo. Later on, in 2003, she started her medical education at Saba University of Medicine.
Now turn comes in Jillian career, when she wanted to pursue obstetrics and Gynecology, therefore she spent her next 4 years at University of Missouri, Kansas City.
Her Saba University of Medicine was located at the Carribbean island of Saba, which was situated near volcanic Mount Scenery and now it is considered as a special municipality in the country of Netherlands after Antilles were dissolved in 2010. She says that this place is really conducive for studies and focus on medicine.
There was a reason why she shifted to Gynecology, once she was doing her medicine, she saw a woman struggling with her reproductive system and as a student, she couldn’t resist herself from helping her. She made her calm and helped her in feeling comfortable, hence she realized her passion towards woman’s health and started pursuing her career as Gynecologist.
- Her first break to her career was when she started to work with Greater Vancouver Regional District.
- Back in 2007, she relocated to Floyd Country, Georgia and started working at Floyd Medical Center in Rome.
- She even worked with South Dakota’s Sanford Aberdeen Health, as well as with AMN Healthcare in San Diego, California.