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  • 13-Sep-2019 1:27 PM | Anonymous

    Family Medicine Opportunities in PEI

    Full Time & Locum

    Health PEI is seeking Family Medicine physicians for a variety of full-time and locum opportunities across Prince Edward Island. Return-in-Service grants, moving expense allowance, and locum support incentives are available.

    Opportunities in urban and rural centers with flexible pay structures are available.

    Why Work in PEI?

    "The inviting beaches, the delicious seafood, and the stunning views. We’re proud of all of them - but there’s more to our island than what you see on postcards. Prince Edward Island offers great work-life balance with exciting health care opportunities to launch your career."

    There are several bicycle rental shops on the Island, and with good reason: cycling is a great way to get around. The highest elevation is 142 meters (465 feet) above sea level, with much of the land rising and falling in gentle slopes. Add the Confederation Trail with its 435 kilometers (270 miles) of flat, rolled stone dust surface and you have a cyclists and hiker's dream. Or try some canoeing, kayaking, fishing.


    Physicians can choose a salary or fee-for-service payment modality. Information related to payment modalities as well as  benefits including paid vacation entitlements, CME funding, RRSP program, and more can be found in the Master Agreement.

    Our Recruitment team would be happy to connect with you about remuneration options. Contact us directly at

    Hours of work: 

    Hours will vary dependent upon position.


    • Return-in-Service Grant and Moving Expense Allowance may be available.
    • Opportunity to teach with the PEI Residency Training Program with faculty appointment at Dalhousie University.
    • Electronic patient record system (hospital based) with access to lab and x-ray reports from office.
    • Other incentives as per the Master Agreement.

    Certifications and Other Requirements:

    • MCCEE, MCCQE Part I and MCCQE Part II as well as 1- 2 years of clinical experience working in Canada.
    • Eligibility for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of PEI.
    • Appointment to the Health PEI Medical Staff and appropriate privileging.
    • CCFP physicians will be given priority.

    To apply, send your CV to:

    Physician Recruitment Coordinator
    Recruitment & Retention Secretariat
    (902) 368-6302;

    (Ad will be posted till  February 27, 2020)

  • 13-Sep-2019 8:00 AM | Anonymous

     Family Physician – Ongoing Locum Opportunities

    One of a network of over 75 provincial community health centres, the NorWest Community Health Centres is a community based, non- profit organization funded by the North West Local Health Integration Network and the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, emphasizing access to primary health care, prevention programs and services.

    We are currently seeking a Family Physician, who as a valuable member of the Community Health Centre team, will provide primary care to clients and their families within a care model which emphasizes health promotion/education and empowerment. Practicing at NorWest CHC’s provides longer appointment times and lower patient volumes than many other primary care settings. We have a team of Nurse Practitioners, RNs, Dietitian, Community Health Workers and Administrative support staff. Longlac is located a 3.5 hour drive from Thunder Bay.


    • No on call, evenings or weekends. Thirty five hours a week Monday to Friday.
    • Comfortable housing accommodation available close to the clinic.
    • Job Description available upon request.


    • Medical degree and family residency from a recognized university.
    • Current CPSO license and CMPA registration.Experience in a combination of hospital and community settings and/or public health.Demonstrated commitment to and knowledge of community based health care.
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
    • Sensitivity to the needs of a multicultural community and diverse populations.
    • Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a multidisciplinary setting.
    • Ability to work effectively with marginalized and under serviced populations.
    *This position will remain open until filled. Please submit your application to:

    Debbie Inman, CHRL
    Manager of Human Resources
    Norwest Community Health Centres
    Main Office – Thunder Bay Site
    525 Simpson Street
    Thunder Bay, Ontario P7C 3J6
    FAX: 622-7637 E-mail:


    (Ad will be posted till December 13, 2019)

  • 02-Sep-2019 4:00 PM | Anonymous
    Experience the North at Weeneebayko Area
    Health Authority in Moose Factory, ON

    (Ad will be posted till June 2, 2020)

  • 21-Aug-2019 3:03 PM | Anonymous

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    (Ad will be posted till November 20, 2019.)
  • 20-Aug-2019 5:20 PM | Anonymous

    Rural Hospital Medical Specialists/Medical Officers - Bay of Islands Hospital (2.0 FTE), Northland, New Zealand

    We are looking for enthusiastic
    Rural Hospital Medical Specialists/Medical Officers to join our vibrant and friendly team at the Bay of Islands Hospital. It is a perfect time to join our team with a newly developed Accident & Medical Department, Medical ward, Radiology and After-Hours GP with further redevelopment currently underway that will incorporate a primary care clinic and outpatient facilities.


    Bay of Islands Hospital is a busy 20 bed rural hospital caring for medical, post-surgical and paediatric patients along with an Accident & Medical Department. The SMO is responsible for providing medical care to acutely ill patients in the Accident & Medical department as well as managing the inpatients in the General Ward. The cases managed at Bay of Islands Hospital are complex and interesting, with specialist support provided from Whangarei Hospital. This position would suit a Specialist/ Medical Officer with Rural Health experience or GP All-Rounder with some Emergency Medicine experience.


    The Bay of Islands is one of the premier places to live in New Zealand and is ideally situated for those who like to work, rest and play – beautiful beaches and stunning scenery with great communities.


    A generous salary package will be offered that includes substantial support for Continuing Medical Education. Applicants must hold or be eligible for vocational registration with the New Zealand Medical Council. Please visit to check your eligibility.


    We would welcome an opportunity to discuss this exciting opportunity with you.  For further information, please contact: Dr Thomas Becker, Clinical Director, Bay of Islands Hospital, +64 (0)21 527 294 or


    All applications should be directed to: Tania Vaile, Recruitment Officer - Senior Medical Officers, Northland District Health Board, Private Bag 9742, Whangarei 0148, Northland, New Zealand. Phone: +64  9 430 4101 ext 60484, email: or visit our website:


    Vacancy No: MD18-029

    Closing Date: Open


    (Ad will be posted till November 19, 2019.)

  • 13-Aug-2019 11:26 AM | Anonymous

    Junior & Senior Medical Officers - Join us at Thames Hospital, New Zealand!

    Job Number: THA00019

    Come and join us in Thames, at the gateway to the beautiful Coromandel!
    Nau mai, haere mai ki te rohe o Hauraki!

    We are currently seeking expressions of interest from senior and junior medical officers who want to contribute in a secondary and rural hospital setting.

    Thames Hospital has a range of vacancies available for the right candidates. Are you a physician, ED consultant, surgeon or rural specialist looking for a great lifestyle and work balance? Are you a RMO looking to get some great rural hospital experience in a supportive environment? We want to hear from you!   

    Thames Hospital is part of the Waikato District Health Board, and is set against the hills on the Coromandel Peninsula on Aotearoa, New Zealand’s North Island. We are a fully modernised rural and secondary hospital service, providing healthcare for a catchment population of 45,000. This population swells significantly over the summer holidays as the wider country makes their way to their favourite vacation destinations across the Coromandel.  

    Our hospital provides a 15 bed consultant-led emergency department seeing 18,000 patients per year which is supported by 24/7 laboratory and radiology services, including CT. The emergency department is staffed by an eclectic mix of doctors – rural specialists, emergency medical officers and emergency specialists. We assess all patients presenting acutely to the hospital and treat or admit as required.

    The inpatient unit has 48 beds split between general medicine, low acuity surgery and rehabilitation. We maintain a busy day surgery service and outpatient clinic with our own consultants providing treatment in addition to specialist consultants who visit daily during the week and provide a range of specialist services. Virtual health continues to develop in Thames, with ward rounds, outpatients, and stroke thrombolysis all supported by telehealth.

    Other services including physiotherapy, occupational therapy, social work, mental health, district nursing, community services and birthing centre are all centralised on the hospital premises and connect with strong networks in the community. We pride ourselves on the provision of quality and patient focussed care and work in a true inter-disciplinary way with nursing and allied health team members. The hospital has a feel of everyone pulling together to ensure the patients are cared for in the very best way possible across the care continuum.

    We are a values based and inclusive organisation that is committed to deliver the best health outcomes for our total population. To do this we are working hard to develop a robust and capable workforce that reflects the population we serve. We strongly encourage applicants from all backgrounds with the necessary capability and who share our values to apply and would greatly value seeing applicants from our Māori communities.

    Our region boasts some of the country’s most spectacular surf and swimming beaches and is a haven for mountain bikers, divers, fishers, hikers and outdoors enthusiasts. Thames is less than two hours’ drive to the major centres of Auckland, Hamilton, Rotorua and their major airports. The hospital also has a 24/7 access staff on-site gym that enables you to meet all of your fitness goals no matter the time of year.

    You can submit your CV through the WaikatoDHB website. If you’re interested in hearing more about the great opportunities at Thames Hospital please contact Leane O’Brien, Operations Manager - Leane.O’



    Theme “People at Heart” – Te iwi Ngakaunui

    • Give and earn respect – Whakamana
    • Listen to me; talk to me – Whakarongo
    • Fair play – Mauri Pai
    • Growing the good – Whakapakari
    • Stronger together – Kotahitanga


    (Ad will be posted till November 12, 2019.)

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