We Are IH: Kelowna RN finds working in health care rewarding

January 5, 2023
Franz Huber at the top of Cerro Chirripó, Costa Rica's highest mountain at 3821 meters.

Name: Franz Huber (he/him/his)
Job Title: Registered Nurse (RN)
Years of Service: 25
Worksite: Rutland Community Dialysis Clinic
Community: Kelowna
Ancestral TerritorySyilx Okanagan
Advice to live by: Work hard and be disciplined, but also have fun, and spread love and kindness

Franz Huber has been a registered nurse with Interior Health (IH) for over 25 years. He moved to Canada from Austria in 1986, settling in Kelowna in 1990.

Franz describes himself as a hardworking, caring, practical and "well-rounded" experienced nurse. While he is very much a self-sufficient survivalist and an environmentalist, Franz also considers himself a farmer/cowboy with a good sense of humour. 


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