Meet the Staff
Margot Mayo is the owner, nurse and CEO of the JEMA International Travel Clinic which she opened with her meteorologist husband, Jeff, in June 2001. She received her R.N. from the Grace General Hospital in 1981, diploma in community and primary health care from Memorial University in 1985 and her Certificate in Travel Health in 2003.
In her practice, Margot was Nurse-in-charge of an Arctic Nursing Station as well as a Communicable Disease Coordinator and Breast Screening Advisor with Health and Community Services in Newfoundland.
Margot also gives lectures on travel health and infectious diseases to various organizations. In the past, this has included MUN Schools of Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing, Marine Institute, oil companies, businesses, schools and volunteer groups.
Stacy Fowler is a Travel Health Specialist/Nurse Manager at the JEMA International Travel Clinic. She received her Bachelor of Nursing from Memorial University of Newfoundland in 2000 and has a background in Public Health and long-term care nursing.
In 2005, Stacy traveled to Lisbon, Portugal to receive a Certification in Travel Health with the International Society of Travel Medicine (ISTM). She attends national and international Travel Health Conferences each year to keep up with the fast pace and ever changing discipline of travel health.
In addition to Nursing, Stacy is a Latin dance instructor and enjoys traveling and spending time with her two beautiful children. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.