Kirsty Muller


Nurse Case Manager, Four Arrows Regional Health Authority OAT Program Registered Nurse, RAAM Clinic Shared Health

Manitoba Regional Director – Term: 2023 – 2027

Kirsty Muller is an Ojibwe Registered Nurse whose family hails from Hollow Water First Nation was raised in Winnipeg. Her family also has settler roots from England and Ireland. Her Spirit Name gifted to her is ‘Weegusk Iskwew’ which translate to ‘Sweetgrass Woman’. She has her Bachelors of Nursing Degree from the University of Manitoba. She has spent her career working in the areas of Mental Health and Wellness, Psychiatry, Substance Use Disorders, Addictions and Harm Reduction. Previously, she worked at the Health Sciences Emergency Department as a Psychiatric Liaison Nurse helping those who are in acute crisis. For many years Kirsty worked on acute mental health units at Health Sciences Centre working in a variety of roles within mental health and Psychiatry and Co-Occurring Disorders.. She helped develop and implement a Managed Alcohol Program (MAP) in an Indigenous Community during the pandemic in Manitoba.

Currently, Kirsty is a Nurse Case Manager for an Opioid Agonist Therapy (OAT) Program in Red Sucker Lake Mb with Four Arrows Regional Health Authority. She also continues to hold roles at Health Sciences Centre, The Crisis Response Centre and the RAAM Clinics.

Kirsty is a strong advocate for equitable access to health care and Addiction Medicine for Indigenous communities and their members. She works to speak to and educate people working in healthcare about the unique challenges Indigenous people face to access healthcare in Canada.

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