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  • 21-Mar-2023 5:08 PM | Anonymous

    Dawson City, Yukon: Vibrant northern town seeking two full-time family physicians and summer/fall locums

    The tight-knit and collegial Dawson City physician group is looking for two full time family physicians to join us! Full time contract is 38 weeks/year, housing is provided, and pay/retention bonuses are extremely competitive. There is also locum need at times throughout the year, with summer/fall locum need from July 3rd onwards.

    Dawson is a fun, healthy town of about 2,300 (much higher in the summer with tourists and gold miners) with amazingly active outdoors and arts scenes and a vibrant First Nation. We are located in West-central Yukon near the Dempster highway and beautiful Tombstone park, 600km North of Whitehorse.

    There is a six inpatient bed hospital with 24h ER, and basic lab/X-Ray services. Docs do 24h call for ER; the on-call doctor sees ER and clinic walk-ins, but can be at home outside of clinic hours. Call is on average 1-in-4.5. Nearest OR and basic specialty services are in Whitehorse.

    Weekdays 9-5 in clinic and/or ER are remunerated by contract at a generous daily rate while after-hours and weekend billing is fee-for-service, plus an ER call stipend, all paid at 100%. Housing and licensing costs are provided in return for a 38-week commitment to the community annually, along with very competitive retention bonuses.

    To work here, you should be comfortable working in a rural, remote ER and have had ACLS and ATLS (or equivalent) training. PALS, though not necessary, would also be an asset. We support one another with difficult cases, complex procedures, etc. Physicians also have the option to provide occasional support to EMS for helicopter extractions at remote sites. Licensure with the Yukon Medical Council and Hospital Privileges are required. A taste for wild mushroom and berry foraging, live music, mountain biking, hunting, canoeing, cross-country skiing or hiking are not required but will likely develop when you’re here!

    For more information about living and working here, have a look at our clinic website, If you’d like to discuss this opportunity, please contact our Clinical Advisor at

    (Ad will be posted until Tuesday, June 20, 2023)
  • 07-Mar-2023 5:20 PM | Anonymous

    LAKE OF THE WOODS WELCOMES YOU in beautiful Northwestern Ontario!

    The Kenora opportunities include both FHN & Salary (AHAC) models of compensation at numerous fantastic clinics!

    Docside, Kenora Medical Associates, and Waasegiizhig Nanaandewa’iyewigamig Health Access Center (WNHAC) are recruiting for Full-time, Part-time, and Locum family medicine physicians, as well as optional Emergency Department coverage. Keewatin Clinic and Kenora Chiefs Advisory also seek locum Family Medicine support!

    Kenora, ON is the second largest healthcare centre and the first Ontario Health Team in the Northwest region. We are located on the northern shores of Lake of the Woods, just two hours from Winnipeg. The possibility of living within a bustling town servicing 32,000 regional year-round residents (up to 70,000 in summer), experience 365-days a year of the lake life and developing a career with a rewarding blended practice is an email away!

    Choose the clinic that is right for you! We are seeking individuals to join our current group of Family Medicine practitioners, with turnkey family medicine practices in one of our family medicine clinics. Each clinic is different so you can choose your perfect fit! In addition, there is an option to join the Emergency Department group as well as engage in other hospital work!

    At Waasegiizhig Nanaandawe'iyewigamig Health Access Centre (WNHAC), wholistic, primary health care is provided including prevention, assessment, diagnosis and treatment both in a community clinic in downtown Kenora as well as through outreach to the local surrounding First Nation’s communities. WNHAC serves the Anishinaabeg of Kenora and area through traditional and contemporary health care encompassing mind, body and spirit. The client-centered, interprofessional teams include health professionals, educators, cultural coordinators, and support workers representing both traditional Anishinaabe and contemporary models of care using medical and community development concepts. This challenging and rewarding position provides care in culturally diverse community settings over a large geographic area. AHACs are a salaried payment model. NOTE: Anishinaabe traditional practices involve burning sacred medicines including tobacco, sweetgrass, sage and cedar within the work setting. An understanding of wholistic health and well-being, demonstrated cultural competencies and experience working in an Anisinaabe organization and the ability to understand and speak Anishinaabemowin is an asset.   

    The Sunset Country Family Health Team is comprised of nurse practitioners, nurses, dietitians, a pharmacist, chiropodist and other specialties through 3 Family Medicine clinics, including Docside, Kenora Medical Associates, and Keewatin Clinic. Your family practice will be fully supported by these inter-professional teams. All of the Family Clinics use the Telus PSS Electronic Medical Record. Patient care, online booking, collaborative teamwork, and effective administrative support make these fantastic opportunities for new grads as well as seasoned Family Medicine physicians.   

    New physicians to the Kenora area find they are supported by our local physician group, specialists, and service organizations. A generous relocation package and MOHLTC relocation incentive grant (NRRRI) can be available with full-time, permanent commitment.  

    The Lake of Woods District Hospital is a 66-bed fully accredited and teaching hospital that offers a full range of emergency and ambulatory care, mental health, maternal and child health, and acute care services which include general medicine, intensive care, surgical services, and palliative care. It also manages a broad range of outpatient services including dialysis, chemotherapy, diagnostic imaging, mammography, ultrasound, CT, visiting specialist clinics, addiction counseling and detoxification, a sexual assault program, physiotherapy and rehabilitation services, and various education programs.

    Lake of the Woods Health Sciences Campus in Kenora is designated as one of Northwestern Ontario’s Health Care Hubs and is a Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) teaching site. Preceptor, Faculty Appointment, and research opportunities are available with our Local Education Group (LEG).

    Remuneration is rewarding and on par with the region. Compensation will vary with patient roster size and diversity in practice options. Overheads are reasonable and include turn-key office, fully computerized electronic medical records and supported clinic services.

    Required Qualifications:

    Current (or eligible to apply for) valid independent license with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario

    Emergency Department work requires previous ED experience (with your independent practice license), and current ATLS, ACLS, and PALS training

    CCFP or CCFP (EM), or FRCP (EM)

    For more information, please contact Jennifer Savage, Healthcare Professional Recruiter at with your CV. Come meet your future colleagues in a community like no other.


    (Ad will be posted until Tuesday February 6, 2024)
  • 07-Mar-2023 2:00 PM | Anonymous

    Family Child and Youth Mental Health Opportunities at Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care, Penetanguishene Ontario

    Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care, located in Penetanguishene, Ontario is seeking Child & Adolescent Psychiatrists, Pediatricians and Family Physicians with a focused practice in Mental Health to join our dynamic team of health professionals.

    Located on beautiful Georgian Bay, Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care provides specialized adult inpatient and outpatient psychiatric care for the North Simcoe Muskoka region. Outpatient care for the Family Child and Youth Mental Health Program is based at the new Community Health Hub in Midland.

    Position Details

    You will have experience in diagnosing and treating common mental health conditions seen in children and youth from a trauma-informed, culturally-aware, developmental and family systems perspective. Knowledge of psychopharmacology is required. The desire to function as a member of a multi-disciplinary team is essential. Non-clinical work such as community advocacy around mental health, systems improvement and education will be a key element of this role.

    This is an outpatient clinic position and care will be provided both virtually and in-person at the Community Health Hub in Midland, or at regional affiliated primary care settings. Travel in the Midland and North Simcoe Muskoka Region will be required to successfully perform duties. This position has home-based on-call responsibilities as well. Bilingualism would be an asset but not required.

    Candidates must hold an MD or equivalent and certification (or eligibility for certification) in Psychiatry or Pediatrics from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada; or Family Medicine from the College of Family Physicians of Canada, and who are licensed or eligible for licensure in the Province of Ontario, with robust experience in child and adolescent mental health. You will have a License for Independent Practice in the Province of Ontario and be legally eligible to work in Canada.

    The position is generously remunerated through an Alternate Payment Plan from the Ontario Ministry of Health, with a base salary and a proportion of shadow billings and up to $80,600 through the Northern Rural Recruitment & Retention Initiative (NRRRI).

    For more information please contact Sherrie Fournier, Manager Medical Affairs at

    For more information about Waypoint and other career opportunities, please visit Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care/Physician Recruitment

    (Ad will be posted until Tuesday June 6, 2023)
  • 07-Mar-2023 10:22 AM | Anonymous

    Family Medicine Obstetrics


    Lakeridge Health Port Perry is currently inviting applications for a Family Physician to join a congenial team of 5 Family Physicians providing Low Risk Obstetrical Care in Port Perry.  Lakeridge Health Port Perry is a 25- bed hospital with Level 1 Obstetrics supported by 24/7 Anesthesia and General Surgery. Lakeridge Health has Obstetricians and Pediatricians allowing for easy transfer of patients requiring higher level care and support by our regional NICU for 30+ weeks gestational age. We have a Call group of 5 (gradually expanding to 8) Family Physicians making for a very manageable home call schedule supporting a great work-life balance. Port Perry is a beautiful waterfront community Located just 1-hour North East of Toronto with a rapidly growing population. Small Town Charm, yet close to the city. 

    Practice incentive and a potential FHO opportunity in the community for a successful candidate.  

    The successful applicant must be licenced to practice in Ontario and hold Canadian College of Family Medicine certification at the time of appointment.

    Lakeridge Health is a teaching site for Queen’s University and the successful applicant will be eligible for an academic appointment.

    LEARNING. LEADERSHIP. LIFESTYLE. It’s all right here.

    Lakeridge Health ( has everything you seek – in your career and beyond. As one of Ontario’s largest hospital networks and the dedicated cancer centre for the Central East, we foster a culture that promotes career advancement, learning opportunities and great quality of life. This family focused region offers a full range of year-round leisure and sports activities and all the amenities associated with modern metropolitan centres.


    Through our five hospital sites, in Ajax, Bowmanville, Oshawa, Port Perry and Whitby, and leading cancer, nephrology and mental health and addictions programs, we provide a broad range of healthcare services to a diverse population, with a focus on achieving excellence.  One System.  Best Health.


    Please forward a letter of interest, accompanied by an updated CV, to: Lakeridge Health (Attention: Dr. Pamela Dyall, Family Medicine Obstetrics, LHPP Site Lead), Medical Affairs Office, 1 Hospital Court, Oshawa, ON  L1G 2B9. Tel: 905-576-8711 x33720. E-mail:

    LH will provide support in its recruitment processes to applicants with disabilities, including accommodation that takes into account an applicant’s accessibility needs. If you require accommodation during the interview process, please contact the Medical Affairs Office.

    (Ad will be posted until Tuesday June 6, 2023)
  • 07-Mar-2023 10:07 AM | Anonymous

    Horizon Health Network, Perth Andover region, Department of Family Medicine is actively seeking two permanent full time family physicians for the Perth-Andover region to join the rural Family Medicine team of the Upper River Valley Region in western New Brunswick. The successful applicants will have the responsibilities of office practice and in-patient care of their own practice patients


    The candidates will be required to follow the care of their patients upon admission to the Hotel Dieu of St. Joseph Hospital in Perth Andover. Candidates must possess adequate credentials to obtain medical staff hospital privileges, and are also encouraged to participate in the hospital's Emergency Medicine roster.



    The Hotel-Dieu of St. Joseph Hospital (HDSJ) provides many services to the villages of Perth-Andover, Plaster Rock, Tobique First Nations and other surrounding communities in the geographical area. HDSJ staff, as part of the Upper River Valley Area , work collaboratively with all the service providers at the Upper River Valley Hospital in Hartland, NB.


    There are over 800 employees, 45 physicians and 115 volunteers who provide service in the Upper River Valley area facilities and services with an operating budget of approximately $67 million.


    • Responsible for own in-patient care; Including but not limited to admission, history and physical examination, daily rounds, discharge summary, appropriate referrals and follow up after discharge.

    • Performs clinical duties including but not restricted to seeing and assessing scheduled and unscheduled patients for routine and illness care, prescribing treatment, consults, referral to other healthcare professionals as required, making home/hospital visits as necessary and appropriate follow-up to patients across the lifespan.

    • Provide family-centered primary care by taking into account risk factors (environmental, social, psychological and medical) in a manner which can be understood by the client, and when applicable, their families.

    • Participate in the use of departmental and corporate evidence-based rules of practice to ensure that expected standards of care are achieved.

    • Participate in medical practice that is compatible with the Health Authority’s mission, values and strategic directions.

    • Participate in the development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of treatment and education for individuals, families and the community.

    • Maintain a minimum patient caseload of 1200 patients. 

    • Participate in medical staff meetings/conferences.

    • Participate, by consensus of medical staff in teaching and supervision of medical students and residents

    • Other duties that may arise by circumstance and may be assigned by the Medical Director and/or the Chief of Family Practice.

    Note: These responsibilities are the basic and prime duties associated with this position; other related and allied duties may be assigned from time to time as may be necessary to the operation of Horizon Health Network.


    • Attend appropriate CME events as required to maintain membership in the CFPC or equivalent to those requirements.

    • Comply with the policies and procedures of the Department of Family Practice.

    • Comply with the provisions of the Hospital Act, the Regional Health Authorities Act, the Medical Services Payment Act, and their regulations.

    • Comply with the Health Authority bylaws, rules and regulations, and policies and procedures.

    • Follow the Code of Ethics of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New Brunswick.



    Remuneration is fee for service with billings submitted directly to New Brunswick Medicare and licensure by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New Brunswick.



    • Moving Expense Allowance  





    Situated west-centrally in New Brunswick, the region of Perth-Andover, in the Upper River Valley is situated along the majestic Saint John River Valley, and provides services to a population in excess of 10,000 people. Nestled between the rolling hills of the upper river valley, this picturesque village is often referred to as the "Gateway to the Tobique." Ten kilometers to the west of the Municipality is the U.S. border and to the south about 80 kilometers is the entrance to Interstate 95 leading to the New England states.


    The town of Perth-Andover offers many amenities and attractions; Public Library, K-grade 12 schools, the Waterfront Park with picnic facilities, barbeque areas, and docks, the Southern Victoria Historical Museum, a bandstand where one can enjoy music entertainment, a Farmers Market and various festivals such as the Gathering of the Scots Festival, the Larlee Creek Hullabaloo Music Festival and the Tuff Muck Challenge. For the sports and outdoor enthusiast, the community has an Active Living Fitness Centre, a multitude of athletic programs, a provincial trail (the NB trail) which is part of a national project to span from East to West. The NB trail is located on the old railway line and bridges both sides of the St. John River. The trail will eventually be connected with the Appalachian Trail.


    Other Outdoor activities include canoeing, boating, hiking, biking, world class cross country skiing just across the U.S. Border, connecting snowmobiling trail systems, golfing (3 excellent courses within 30 minutes) just to name a few.




    • Must hold a valid license to practice medicine in the Province of New Brunswick

    • Must be a member in good standing with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New Brunswick.

    • Must have current malpractice insurance from the Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA) appropriate to the category of practice.

    • Must be certified in CPR and ACLS.

    • Excellent communication, interpersonal and team-building skills.

    • Good attendance and work record.

    • Physically able to perform assigned duties.


    Applicants are invited to forward their CV along with three references to Molly Pevlin, Physician Recruitment Advisor at



    LE POSTE : 

    Médecin de famille — Perth-Andover, région du Haut de la Vallée, Nouveau-Brunswick


    Le Service de médecine familiale de la région de Perth-Andover du Réseau de santé Horizon cherche activement à pourvoir deux postes permanents à temps plein de médecins de famille. Les personnes choisies se joindront à l’équipe rurale de médecine familiale de la région du Haut de la Vallée dans l’ouest du Nouveau-Brunswick et offriront des soins en cabinet médical et en milieu hospitalier aux patients qui leurs sont confiés.


    Les titulaires de ces postes devront assurer le suivi de leurs patients admis à l’Hôtel-Dieu Saint-Joseph, à Perth-Andover. Ils devront posséder les titres de compétences requis pour obtenir les droits hospitaliers des médecins et seront invités à s’inscrire à la liste de médecins intervenants en cas d’urgence.



     L’Hôtel-Dieu Saint-Joseph (HDSJ) offre de nombreux services aux collectivités de Perth-Andover, de Plaster Rock, des Premières Nations de Tobique et aux autres populations environnantes de la zone géographique. L’HDSJ est situé dans la région du Haut de la Vallée et son personnel travaille en collaboration avec tous les fournisseurs de services de l’Hôpital du Haut de la Vallée, à Hartland (N.-B.).


    Plus de 800 employés, 45 médecins et 115 bénévoles travaillent dans les établissements et les services de santé de la région du Haut de la Vallée. Le budget d’exploitation de cette région est d’environ 67 millions de dollars.


    • Fournir des soins à ses patients hospitalisés, qui peuvent comprendre, sans s’y limiter, l’admission, l’étude des antécédents, l’examen physique, les visites quotidiennes, le résumé de congé, les consultations nécessaires et le suivi après le congé.

    • Exécuter diverses tâches cliniques, qui comprennent notamment : effectuer des consultations et des évaluations des patients avec et sans rendez-vous pour des soins de santé généraux ou des traitements médicaux; prescrire des traitements; effectuer des consultations; diriger les patients vers d’autres professionnels de la santé selon le besoin; faire des visites à domicile ou à l’hôpital selon le besoin; et assurer un suivi approprié des patients de tous âges.

    • Fournir des soins primaires axés sur la famille en tenant compte des facteurs de risques (environnementaux, sociaux, psychologiques et médicaux) d’une façon qui peut être comprise par le patient et, le cas échéant, par les membres de sa famille.

    • Participer à la mise en œuvre des règles de pratique fondées sur les données probantes du service et de l’organisation afin de voir à ce que les normes de soins escomptées soient respectées.

    • Participer à une pratique médicale qui est compatible avec la mission, les valeurs et les orientations stratégiques de la régie de santé.

    • Participer à l’élaboration, à la mise en œuvre, à la surveillance et à l’évaluation des traitements et des ressources éducatives à l’intention des individus, des familles et de la collectivité.

    • Conserver une charge professionnelle minimale de 1 200 patients. 

    • Participer aux réunions et aux conférences d’équipe.

    • Participer, selon un consensus du personnel médical, à l’éducation et à la supervision des étudiants et résidents en médecine.

    • S’acquitter d’autres tâches qui peuvent apparaître selon les circonstances et qui peuvent être assignées par le directeur médical ou le chef du Service de médecine familiale.

    Nota : Ces fonctions constituent les responsabilités fondamentales et principales du poste. À ces responsabilités principales s’ajoutera toute tâche connexe nécessaire au fonctionnement du Réseau de santé Horizon.


    • Participer aux activités de formation médicale continue nécessaires pour conserver son statut de membre du Collège des médecins de famille du Canada (ou l’équivalent à ces exigences).

    • Se conformer aux politiques et procédures du Service de médecine familiale.

    • Se conformer aux dispositions de la Loi hospitalière, de la Loi sur les régies régionales de la santé, de la Loi sur le paiement de services médicaux et de leurs règlements.

    • Se conformer aux règlements administratifs, aux règles, aux règlements, aux politiques et aux procédures de la régie régionale de la santé.

    • Respecter le code de déontologie du Collège des médecins et chirurgiens du Nouveau-Brunswick.


    Ce poste sera rémunéré à l’acte avec facturation directe à l’Assurance-maladie du Nouveau-Brunswick et le permis d’exercice connexe sera délivré par le Collège des médecins et chirurgiens du Nouveau-Brunswick.



    •  Allocation de déménagement.




     Situé au centre-ouest du Nouveau-Brunswick dans la région du Haut de la Vallée, le village de Perth-Andover se trouve en bordure de la majestueuse vallée de la rivière Saint-Jean et offre des services à une population de plus de 10 000 personnes. Niché entre les collines vallonnées du Haut de la Vallée, ce village pittoresque est souvent qualifié de point d’entrée vers la région de Tobique. La frontière américaine se trouve à dix kilomètres à l’ouest de la municipalité et l’accès à l’autoroute 95 menant aux États de la Nouvelle-Angleterre se trouve à environ 80 kilomètres au sud.


    Le village de Perth-Andover ( offre de nombreuses commodités et attractions, notamment : une bibliothèque publique, des écoles (maternelle à la 12e année), le Waterfront Park (qui offre des installations de pique-nique, des espaces pour le barbecue et des quais), le Southern Victoria Historical Museum, un kiosque à musique et un marché fermier. Le village accueille également divers festivals, tels que le Gathering of the Scots Festival, le Larlee Creek Hullabaloo Music Festival et le Tuff Muck Challenge. Pour les amateurs de sports et de plein air, la communauté dispose d’un centre de conditionnement physique, d’une multitude de programmes sportifs et d’un sentier provincial (Sentier NB) qui fait partie du Sentier transcanadien, un projet d’envergure nationale reliant les Canadiens d’est en ouest. Le Sentier NB ( est situé sur l’ancienne voie ferrée et enjambe les deux côtés de la rivière Saint-Jean. Le sentier sera éventuellement relié au Sentier des Appalaches.


    Au nombre des autres activités de plein air, on peut mentionner entre autres : le canotage, la navigation de plaisance, la randonnée pédestre, le vélo, le ski de fond (il y a des sentiers de classe mondiale de l’autre côté de la frontière américaine), la motoneige (dans un réseau de sentiers reliés) et le golf (il y a trois excellents terrains de golf en 30 minutes).



    • Titulaire d’un permis valide pour exercer la médecine au Nouveau-Brunswick.

    • Membre en règle du Collège des médecins et chirurgiens du Nouveau-Brunswick.

    • Titulaire d’une assurance contre les fautes professionnelles de l’Association canadienne de protection médicale (ACPM) qui convient à son domaine d’exercice.

    • Titulaire d’un certificat en RCR et en technique spécialisée de réanimation cardio-respiratoire.

    • Excellentes aptitudes pour la communication, les relations interpersonnelles et la formation d’équipes.

    • Bons antécédents d’assiduité et de travail.

    • Capacité physique d’exécuter les tâches assignées.


    Veuillez faire parvenir confidentiellement votre demande accompagnée de votre CV et de trois références à Molly Pevlin, agente de recrutement des médecins, par courriel, à l’adresse

    (Ad will be posted until Tuesday June 6, 2023)
  • 10-Feb-2023 1:48 PM | Anonymous

    Family Medicine Generalists sought for Rural/Remote Practice in Northern Ontario  

    Wawa Family Health Team and Lady Dunn Health Centre are seeking two full-time family physicians.   Physicians interested in part-time work will also be considered.  ACLS, ATLS, and ER required. 

    Remuneration via RNPGA Contract –Guaranteed generous income, housing, recruitment and retention bonuses, 5 weeks of paid days off (37 locum funded days) annually. 


    The Lady Dunn Health Centre is a 28 bed hospital (10 acute, 2 ALC, 16 LTC), with a well-equipped 4 room ED.  Emerg is 24h call with NP assist, low volume (avg 17 visits/24hrs), low acuity, and can be done from home after hours.  Closest referral centre is Sault Ste Marie, 240km away. 

    The Wawa FHT is a vibrant group complement of 6 Family Physicians, 2 NPs, RNs, Occupational Therapist, Pharmacist, Certified Diabetes Educator, Dietitian, Physiotherapist, etc. The group works in a supportive, collegial environment, continual learners through SIMs / LEG sessions and teaching opportunities through association with NOSM. 

    The Wawa FHT and the LDHC are co-located in a new-build, with DI and Lab on site, making for a convenient work day.  Office hours 10 am to noon, 1 to 4pm, booked in 20 minute appointments with no fit-ins.   

    Wawa, located between Sault Ste Marie and Thunder Bay, is known for the statue of the Big Goose which overlooks the Trans-Canada Highway 17.  While it is a growing community, with an economy based in the mining and lumber industries, it is also a tourism destination.  The town is located on Wawa Lake, minutes away from the beautiful beaches of Lake Superior, hiking trails and paddling opportunities found in Lake Superior Provincial Park, fishing, hunting and blueberry picking.  Municipal golf course, rec centre for fitness, dance, curling, skating and hockey, seasonal fairs and festivals, 4 school boards, etc.  Wawa is a regional hub offering amenities for the enjoyment of you and your family.  Come and join us in the Land of the Big Goose. 

    For more information, contact Ann Fenlon, recruitment and retention co-ordinator.

    (Ad will be posted until Friday May 12, 2023)
  • 03-Jan-2023 11:19 AM | Anonymous
    Doctors! Join Gabriola Island’s award-winning clinic and interdisciplinary team. Work in the Gabriola Community Health Care Centre, built and maintained by members of our vibrant and passionate community. Benefits include furnished and equipped offices, subsidized rent, a 3-bay urgent treatment room, visiting specialists, local ambulance services, and heliport.

    Gabriola, a British Columbia Gulf Island is an ideal seaside community. Our population of 5,000 enjoys a Mediterranean climate. The Gabriola Health Care Foundation will help you secure suitable housing and acquaint you with our schools and amenities. Live, work and play by the Salish Sea and in an ideal community for raising a family. Enjoy the benefits of a rural lifestyle and a commuter ferry and seaplane connection to urban centres.

    Weekly work schedule:

    • The clinic is open from Mon-Friday.
    • Appointments both in person and virtually using 20-minute appointment times.
    • After hours on call services are provided 75% of the month.

    Type of practice:

    • Family practice with 5 practitioners.
    • Integrated with a mental health team, Community Health Services, and public health.

    Benefits and incentives:

    • Eligible for additional remuneration in accordance with the Rural Subsidiary Agreement (RSA) including:
    o   retention Premium 5.95%;
    o   retention flat fee $6,849;
    o   recruitment incentive $10,000;
    o   rural CME starting at $2,200/annum in years 3 & 4 in the community, increasing to a maximum of $4,400/annum after 4 years.

    Compensation type:

    • Alternative Payment Plan Contract.
    • Each full-time position is for 1680 hours annually, we work as a team to develop clinician schedules that work for everyone on the team.

    Learn more about Gabriola’s clinic and community at

    Let’s talk about joining our team. For information on the practice and our clinic, please contact Angela Pounds at 250-247-9922 or  For information on the Gabriola community, please contact Lu Lazaretto at

     (Ad will be posted until Monday, July 4, 2022)
  • 22-Dec-2022 11:59 AM | Anonymous

    Looking for opportunities in the Southern Interior part of BC with new payment model options for Family Practice Physicians.

    Come and join us in Merritt or 100 Mile House
    We have what you are looking for!

    A Challenging Career - A Balanced Lifestyle - A Four-Season Playground

    Whether it’s for the work, the city, the sunshine and nature, or the friendly people, come and experience the many reasons you will love living in the Southern Interior of BC.

    These communities are eligible for great rural incentives and rural relocation support.

    Contact us and let's talk about where you would like to be and which opportunity is right for you!

    Visit our web site to VIEW CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

    (Ad will be posted until Thursday March 23, 2023)
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  • 15-Nov-2022 1:59 PM | Anonymous

    Locum and Permanent Staff Opportunities at Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care, Penetanguishene Ontario

    Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care, located in Penetanguishene, Ontario is seeking locum and permanent psychiatrists (full time, part time) in our Acute Assessment and Forensic Psychiatry divisions.

    Located on beautiful Georgian Bay, Waypoint Centre is a 315 bed psychiatric hospital providing specialized inpatient and outpatient psychiatric care for the North Simcoe Muskoka region, and increasingly serving the Ontario Health Central region spanning from Muskoka to the northern GTA. Waypoint also provides forensic psychiatric care for patients across Ontario who require a high secure facility.

    Locums: Locum remuneration includes a competitive per diem rate. On call participation is encouraged, and is well compensated. Locums are being sought up to 6 month periods, with the opportunity to consider transitioning to permanent staff.

    Permanent staff positions: Remuneration is salaried and very competitive, with additional benefits including paid vacation, generous allowances for education and professional fees, relocation allowances, as well as a robust benefit package. There are no overhead expenses. On call participation is encouraged, and is well compensated. We offer physicians career development opportunities in teaching and research, quality improvement and leadership/administration.


    Candidates must hold an MD or equivalent and certification (or eligibility for certification) in Psychiatry from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and who are licensed or eligible for licensure in the Province of Ontario. Forensic candidates ideally should hold a sub-specialty in Forensic Psychiatry. Waypoint has academic affiliations with five Ontario medical institutions and physicians are encouraged to apply for a university appointment.


    Preference will be given to a candidate who is interested in contributing to our academic culture through one or more of the above activities, and who thrives as part of a collaborative team.


    For more information please contact Sherrie Fournier, Manager Medical Affairs at


    For more information about Waypoint and other career opportunities, please visit Waypoint Centre for Mental

    Health Care/Physician Recruitment

    (Ad will be posted until Wednesday February 15, 2023)