Dr. Anne Marie Jekyll
I was born and raised in North Vancouver. I traveled east to complete a Bachelor’s degree in Physiology at McGill University in 2004. I then returned to beautiful British Columbia where I obtained my medical degree from the University of British Columbia in 2008. I continued my training in Vancouver at BC Children’s Hospital, completing my Pediatric Residency in 2012. During my residency I acted as Associate Chief and Chief Resident and was active in a number of teaching activities including simulation training for residents.
After working as a Consultant Pediatrician in various communities around the province, I joined Fairmont Pediatrics in 2014. I am currently on staff at Children’s and Women’s Health Centre of British Columbia and St. Paul’s Hospital. I also work as a Consultant Pediatrician in the Spinal Cord Clinic at B.C. Children’s Hospital and a visiting specialist at Whitehorse Regional Hospital. I am a Clinical Instructor in the UBC Faculty of Medicine and organize the Newborn Care Journal Club.
When I am away from work, I love to spend time with my husband and son. We love to be outdoors, to travel to non-touristy areas and to try new coffee shops around the city. I am an avid exerciser, enjoying running, hiking, spinning and beach volleyball. I always enjoy a good book.
Fun facts about Dr. Jekyll
If I weren’t a pediatrician, I would be a professional tennis player (or at least try to be!). I have always loved athletics and played varsity basketball during my four year undergraduate degree.