Dr. Bradbury began her career in family medicine where she served her patients for 30 years. A keen interest in the management and administration of public health systems led her to obtain a Diploma in Health Service Management from the Canadian Hospital Association. With the completion of her MBA (honours), Dr. Bradbury migrated towards medical administration, spending 25 years as a medical consultant and associate deputy minister with the Department of Health and Community Services.
Dr. Bradbury is respected as a credible voice in decision making, and has an extensive background in negotiations, mediation and arbitration. She has served on the Atlantic Provinces’ peer review program of physicians, the Disciplinary Committee of the NL College of Physicians and Surgeons, and has been a provincial representative on several national committees including the National Medical Consultants Committee, Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health, and Government of British Columbia’s representative for a physician arbitration process.