Hannah Webb is a naturopathic physician with a general family practice serving Salt Spring and the rest of the Gulf Islands. Hannah grew up in Calgary, AB, but also spent part of her life on Salt Spring Island (where she attended middle school). As an adult, Hannah attended McMaster University where she completed a Bachelor of Arts & Science, an interdisciplinary education that cultivated critical thinking and helped her understand her place in history and in the context of current world issues. She became passionate about environmentalism and sustainable living, and chose to become a naturopathic doctor as a powerful way to contribute to a sustainable and alternative community.
Hannah is passionate about the outdoors, and has worked as a wildfire fighter, a park naturalist (in Ruckle Park), and as a gardener and farmer. She also spent years leading therapeutic wilderness canoe trips with at-risk youth. Hannah loves to spend time outside, particularly in the forests of the Pacific Northwest. She is passionate about plants, community, connection, and the earth.
Hannah practices alongside Dr. Andrew McParland, ND. They are located at 130 McPhillips Ave in Ganges, in what was previously the midwives’ clinic.
McMaster University, B Arts Sc. (Honours)
Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine, ND
Member in good standing
College of Naturopathic Physicians of British Columbia (CNPBC)
British Columbia Naturopathic Association (BCNA)
Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND)
Prescribing Authority (CNPBC)
Basic IV Certification (CNPBC)
Acupuncture Certification (CNPBC)
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (Heart & Stroke Foundation)
Basic Life Support First Aid (Heart & Stroke Foundation)
Mind-Body Medicine Level I & II with Dr. Dana Barton, ND