The Saskatchewan Health Authority - North Battleford is seeking a dynamic and team-oriented Obstetrician/Gynecologist specialist to fill a full-time contracted position at the Battlefords Union Hospital. In addition to clinic and hospital services, the candidate will provide after-hours, on-call coverage on a 1-in-3 basis. Candidates may also have the opportunity to teach residents and medical students training in North Battleford under the University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine Distributed Medical Education program.
Recruitment and Relocation grant available, non-repayable after 3 years of service to the Battlefords.
Support with applying to the SMA Regional Specialty Grant
Responsibility of the physician
This individual should be a team player, be able to interact effectively with patients, colleagues, staff and management, and function well in a high volume environment with a commitment to provision of high quality patient and family centered care.
The successful candidate will hold certification from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) or will hold certification eligibility. The successful candidate must also be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (CPSS) and have current Canadian Medical Protective Association coverage. The successful candidate should plan to relocate to the community of The Battlefords, to help foster the vibrant Obstetrics and Gynecology team and support colleagues as needed.
In accordance with immigration requirements, preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.
The successful applicant is expected to participate in the undergraduate, postgraduate, and continuing medical education programs of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology in the North West Area.
Support with setting up clinic practice. Opportunity to apply for the SMA Regional Specialty Grant.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority – North West Area covers a large and geographically-diverse area in the North West part of central Saskatchewan. Economically, the North West area is a vibrant and growing region with key industries such as agriculture, oil and gas, forestry, tourism and recreation. The North West area of the Saskatchewan Health Authority has over 100,000 residents. Approximately 18,000 people live in the Battlefords (North Battleford and neighboring Battleford) with a larger catchment area in the neighboring towns, villages and First Nations communities. Please visit the City of North Battleford website at www.cityofnb.ca and the Town of Battleford website at www.battleford.ca for more information on the beautiful community of the Battlefords.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority: The SHA is the largest organization in Saskatchewan, employing over 44,000 employees and physicians responsible for the delivery of high quality and timely healthcare for the entire province. We are driven by the commitment to improve frontline patient care for Saskatchewan people, and we are working together to better coordinate health services across the province to ensure that patients receive high quality, timely healthcare, wherever they live in Saskatchewan.
The SHA supports a shared commitment to a Representative Workforce that is respectful and inclusive of all staff and clients. We welcome applications from those who will contribute to the diversity of our community. Please visit the Saskatchewan Health Authority website for more information https://www.saskhealthauthority.ca/
For Information or to submit curriculum vitae, please contact:
Cammie Vany, Manager, Practitioner Staff Affairs
Saskatchewan Health Authority – North West Area
Phone: 306-480-4275 | Fax: 306-446-4114
North Battleford is a city in west-central Saskatchewan, Canada. It is the seventh largest city in the province and is directly across the North Saskatchewan River from the Town of Battleford. The Battlefords have everything under the sun and are the hub of adventure and business in the northwest. Visitors will find themselves immersed in four season recreational infrastructure nestled in over 6,000 years of Indigenous and settler history.