Carolina Archibald began her nursing career in 2018 after graduating with recognition from the Registered Practical Nursing program. She started her nursing career as an educator hired by Centennial College to teach nursing students of every semester level. This is where she first encountered her passion for supporting others in their progress towards achieving their goals. Carolina traveled to Ecuador for a year to work with Physiotherapists, restoring quality of life amongst vulnerable populations. Once she returned to Canada, she continued diversifying her role by working as a wound care nurse, which is the role she actively maintains in a specialty clinic/unit at Scarborough General Hospital where she works alongside plastic and vascular surgeons.
Furthermore, what sparked her interest in medical aesthetic was her passion for art and medicine, her eye for detail, and the satisfaction that comes with helping other’s self-confidence flourish. She studied at the Canadian board of aesthetic medicine (CBAM) to become a Canadian certified aesthetic nurse where she attended numerous cadaver courses and labs to deepen her anatomy knowledge with Anatomist Dr Mohsen Talani in order to ensure her clients are in safe hands. She continues to attend monthly courses and webinars to review tips, tricks and injection techniques with internationally renowned aesthetic experts and physicians to maintain her clients’ high level of satisfaction.