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Aberdeen Hospital
New Glasgow, Nova Scotia

The Aberdeen Regional Hospital,located in New Glasgow, NS requires a full time General Internist.  The Division of Internal Medicine provides 24/7 in-patient consultation and on call.  Medicine also looks after ICU beds in a closed unit.  Medicine provides MRP coverage for ICU and monitored beds (telemetry).  All of the other work in the hospital is based on consultation basis and outpatients.

Internal Medicine with Gastroenterology subspecialty or special interest is preferred, but not mandatory.

This opportunity is compensated through a fee-for-service arrangment as per the Master Agreement between the Province of Nova Scotia and Doctors Nova Scotia. On average, General Internist in fee-for-service arrangements bill approximately $342,000 per year, however your annual income will depend solely on you own clinical output.

Benefits are available through Doctors Nova Scotia.

Candidates must be FRCPC or eligibility for Royal College of Canada Certification, and must be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia.

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