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As a Naturopathic Physician, Dr. Bayliss is dedicated to providing empathic health care that prioritizes each patient feeling genuinely cared for.
Dr. Bayliss has a practice focused on treating individuals seeking help with:
Stephanie holds additional certification in: intravenous (IV) nutrient administration, chelation therapy, and acupuncture. She is also licensed to prescribe pharmaceutical medications within the BC Naturopathic Formulary. Dr Bayliss maintains up-to-date training in Advanced Cardiac Life Support.
Stephanie’s training spans the Pacific Northwest, where she has always called home. She has trained in Naturopathic Medicine in Seattle, Washington (Bastyr University) and in New Westminster, BC (Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine), where she graduated as a Naturopathic Doctor. Prior to this, she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biological Psychology at the University of Victoria. During her postgraduate medical training, she completed an internship at Positive Living BC, integrating pharmacological and naturopathic treatment protocols for individuals with HIV and chronic disease. Stephanie also completed an internship in rural Nicaragua with Natural Doctors International.
Stephanie enjoys the natural beauty and culture of Vancouver Island and the many activities afforded through living here. She especially enjoys exploring the ocean and mountains and is an avid runner and increasingly so, hiker.
Dr. Stephanie is active in the Victoria community and offers educational seminars with Headway (Parkinson’s and Epilepsy Society), Multiple Sclerosis Society and the Yakimovich Wellness Centre coordinated through Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA).
To find out more information about Dr. Stephanie Bayliss, visit her professional page at www.drstephaniebayliss.com
Stephanie is a member in good standing with the British Columbia Association of Naturopathic Doctors (www.bcna.ca), the College of Naturopathic Physicians in BC (www.cnpbc.ca) and the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (www.cand.ca).