About Dr. Catherine Multari

Dr. Multari is a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM).  Following graduation, she completed a two-year residency program in naturopathic oncology approved by the Council on Naturopathic Medical Education (CNME) and American Board of Naturopathic Oncology (ABNO).   Dr. Multari is a board-certified member awarded the status of Fellow by the American Board of Naturopathic Oncology (FABNO), representing the highest standard of this profession.

Dr. Multari’s interest in oncology began in medical school, leading her to actively seek out opportunities in the field. She then travelled across Canada and the United States to consult with naturopathic physicians, radiologists, and oncologists. In her fourth year, Dr. Multari was selected to the highly-competitive Integrative Cancer Centre (ICC) in Toronto, ON, for a year-long internship.

With a strong motivation for community engagement and leadership, Dr. Multari contributed to the Naturopathic Medical Student Association (NMSA) for four years, serving as CCNM President in her final year. In addition, she was an advocate for students on national and international levels. Upon graduation, Catherine won the Naturopathic Honour Award and NMSA President’s Award, recognizing an outstanding, emerging leader who has demonstrated exemplary skill in supporting the naturopathic medical profession in unique ways.

Before medical school, Dr. Multari’s educational journey began at Western University and later at the University of Virginia, where she received her undergraduate degree in kinesiology. She was a Division 1 varsity rowing team member, winning a national championship and being named a national scholar-athlete. She credits her strengths in communication, time management, and collaboration to these pivotal years in an academic and athletic environment committed to uncompromised excellence.


Dr. Multari’s interest in oncology began in medical school, leading her to actively seek out opportunities in the field. She then travelled across Canada and the United States to consult with naturopathic physicians, radiologists, and oncologists. In her fourth year, Dr. Multari was selected to the highly-competitive Integrative Cancer Centre (ICC) in Toronto, ON, for a year-long internship.

With a strong motivation for community engagement and leadership, Dr. Multari contributed to the Naturopathic Medical Student Association (NMSA) for four years, serving as CCNM President in her final year. In addition, she was an advocate for students on national and international levels. Upon graduation, Catherine won the Naturopathic Honour Award and NMSA President’s Award, recognizing an outstanding, emerging leader who has demonstrated exemplary skill in supporting the naturopathic medical profession in unique ways.

Before medical school, Dr. Multari’s educational journey began at Western University and later at the University of Virginia, where she received her undergraduate degree in kinesiology. She was a Division 1 varsity rowing team member, winning a national championship and being named a national scholar-athlete. She credits her strengths in communication, time management, and collaboration to these pivotal years in an academic and athletic environment committed to uncompromised excellence.

Dr. Catherine Multari

maintains a full-time practice in both general medicine and integrative cancer care.
She is currently accepting new patients.

Dr. Multari holds certificates in the following: 

IV Therapy

Immunization

Prescriptive
Authority

Advanced Injection Therapies

Acupuncture

Chelation Therapies

Dr. Multari practices full time at
Clementine Natural Health

Address: 211 – 3195 Granville St. Vancouver B.C V6H 3K2
Email: hello@clementineclinic.com
Phone: 604.566.3345