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Pediatrician 200-1053

Island Health

This is a Full-time position in Whitbourne, NL posted September 20, 2022.

Join a collegial team of five colleagues and establish a consulting community practice with a 1:5 funded on-call schedule.

Nanaimo Regional General Hospital (224 acute beds) has a dedicated pediatric ward and new outpatient facility supported by a core team of pediatric nurses, dietician, diabetic nurse educator, and a full-time child life worker.

The hospital has a new state-of-the-art 9-bed, level 2b NICU, providing provincial beds to infants >32 weeks gestation, including short-term ventilation and TPN.

The Nanaimo medical community offers the opportunity for teaching and is a UBC Postgraduate Family Practice Residency Program site.

Start Date As soon as possible Community Information Nanaimo is a growing, vibrant, and family-oriented community with proximity to Victoria and Vancouver.

With one of the best climates in Canada, Nanaimo provides year round access to a wide array of recreational activities including kayaking, kite boarding, windsurfing, mountain biking, hiking, running and golfing.

Nearby Mount Washington frequently boasting the deepest snow pack in North America, has excellent downhill and cross country skiing, snowboarding and biathlon.

Job Types Permanent Specialty Department Maternity Care & Pediatrics Facility/Site City Contact To apply, please attach your cover letter and CV.

Celina Callaghan, Medical staff Recruiter Full licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of B.C If you are in urgent need of medical care, please call 911.

If you require health care advice for a non-urgent concern, call HealthLink BC at 811.

TERRITORIAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Before Canada and BC were formed, Indigenous peoples lived in balance and interconnectedness with the land and water in which the necessities of life are provided.

Health disparities persist, which are due to the impacts of colonization and Indigenous specific racism.

Healthy lands, healthy people.

Island Health acknowledges and recognizes these homelands and the stewardship of Indigenous peoples of this land; it is with humility we continue to work toward building our relationship.