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Opportunity ID:
2019-0218
Location:
Buchanan Memorial Community Health Centre
Neils Harbour, Nova Scotia
Opportunity:
Locum

We are seeking locum coverage for an office-based practice in Neil’s Harbour, Nova Scotia from March 9 to September 7, 2019.

EMR:  Accuro

Work schedule:  To be determined, combination of clinic and Emergency Department

In-patient hospital coverage for am rounds: Up to 10 patients, usually 2-4

ER coverage required: Usually 48 hour shifts, at the hospital 8am-4pm, home call from 4pm-8am

There is a highly trained staff who know the patients well.

Eligible for hourly sessional locum rate/travel expenses as per the locum program.

As an additional benefit, based on availability and duration of the locum, the locum house may be available. This would be made available at no cost to the visiting physician as an added incentive to come to the area.

Licensure from the College Physicians of Nova Scotia required.

To learn more about Neil’s Habour, please see:  http://mdcareerinnortherncapebreton.com/  

To inquire about this locum opportunity, please contact:  emmanueljcomtois@gmail.com

 

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