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Opportunity ID:
2018-0057
Location:
Cape Breton Regional Hospital
Sydney, Nova Scotia
Eastern Memorial Hospital
Canso, Nova Scotia
Opportunity:
Full-Time
Part-Time
Locum
Locum to Permanent
Permanent

The communities of the Eastern Zone of the Nova Scotia Health Authority have opportunities for full time or part time ER physicians. The hours and exact location are very flexible.

Candidates must be certified or be eligible for certification by Canadian College of Family Physicians (EM) certified or have significant clinical experience.  ATLS, ACLS, PALS and advanced Airway training are required.  Must be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia.

To learn more about living and working here, please contact:

Dr. Chris Miburn, Eastern Zone Department Head, Emergency Medicine chris.milburn@nshealth.ca

Victoria MacAulay, Physician Recruitment Consultant, victoria.macaulay@nshealth.ca 

To learn more about living and working here, please see:

https://doctorscapebreton.com/

http://mdcareerinnortherncapebreton.com/  

https://youtu.be/Gpn1tpNniKI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xcm4LHIqPdE&feature=youtu.be

 

Next Steps...

Confirm Eligibility

Are you eligible to practice medicine in Nova Scotia? Click here to learn more about what it takes to receive your license to practice throughout the province.

Recruitment Process

Submit Your Résumé

Submit your cover letter and résumé to our recruitment consultants online via email or visit our contact us page for more submission options.

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Gather More Information

Please contact our recruitment team or our physician ambassadors with any questions you may have about this position or what it’s like to practice in Nova Scotia.

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Incentives

Eastern Zone: Cape Breton Island, Antigonish and Guysborough

Failte (that’s “welcome”, for those not up to speed on their Gaelic)! Nova Scotia’s Guysborough County and Cape Breton Island are the centre of Atlantic Canada’s Gaelic culture. Kitchen parties are a way of life here, and you’re never far from the Highlands that inspired the region’s first immigrants to name the province New Scotland. Here, the view of a lifetime lives around every corner, and the friendliest people live in every community. Hike, cycle, swim, golf – all in an almost unreal beauty.