The Nova Scotia Health Authority has a full time position for a general paediatrician. The position will be available as of July, 2018, in the university town of Antigonish, Nova Scotia. A member of a group of 4 (sharing 3 FTE contracts), you will be able to walk into a turnkey office practice with hospital privileges at St. Martha's Regional Hospital. The office is located adjacent to the hospital, which delivers approximately 400 babies annually. We have level 2 capability regarding newborn care and a small inpatient pediatric unit. We have excellent support available from all secondary level specialists and family physicians as well as hospitalists and mental health services. We also have ready access to ENT, plastic surgery, and ophthalmology on site. Referral to tertiary care is 2 hours away at the IWK hospital in Halifax. Transport is easily accessed and we enjoy a close relationship with all subspecialty services at the IWK.
Remuneration is APP, plus call stipends and other incentives as available through the Master Agreement of Nova Scotia. Support is available for site visits and relocation.
The paediatrician must be a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (FRCPC) or eligible to take the Fellowship examination in Pediatrics, and must be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia.
Calling Nova Scotia home means ocean views, active living and welcoming communities. Practicing here means working with passionate colleagues, providing world class care, and helping people be healthy and stay healthy, for generations. The Nova Scotia Health Authority provides health services to Nova Scotians and some specialized services to Atlantic Canadians. We operate hospitals, health centres and collaborative community-based programs across the province.
The Eastern Zone is supported by the two regional hospitals and a host of community hospitals and health centres. Specialty services are distributed among the two regional hospitals located in Sydney and Antigonish. Located on the very Eastern point of Nova Scotia, the Zone boasts the stunning scenery of the Cape Breton Highlands National Park where the road climbs along the edge of Nova Scotia and it is a regular occurrence to hike among moose in their habitat. Enjoy the port city of Sydney and see the World’s Largest Fiddle on the friendly waterfront boardwalk. Cape Breton Island is known for a music scene that has prompted international attention for its deep Celtic and Gaelic roots which carries through to the mainland as the traditions continue just on the other side of the Canso Causeway! As you travel through Guysborough County you will arrive at the town of Antigonish, home the annual Highland Games and St. Francis Xavier University – which includes the Coady Institute for International Development. Just a short drive down the highway you can go back in time at the Sherbrooke Village, a living museum where you can experience a traditional Nova Scotia town during the 1860’s and while in Sherbrooke you can enjoy the picturesque St. Mary’s River – a must see for nature lovers!
Interested candidates may submit a copy of their CV to:
Physician Recruitment Consultant