There is a high and ever increasing demand in almost all provinces across Canada. Mostly in Atlantic Canada, especially New Bunswick and Newfoundland and in Western Canadian provinces like Manitoba and Saskatchewan. The demand is so great that the overflow of patients needing care are having to fly ot Ontario for treatment. Ideally, health authorities
Only one geriatrician exists in all of Saskatchewan that has a total population of 1.13 million residents. This is in comparison to another Prairie province like Alberta with a population of 4.148 million having 20 geriatricians and an Atlantic province like New Brunswick with a population of 754,164 residents that has a full compliment of
Medical Council of Canada developing National Policy related to Practice Ready Assessments and International Medical Graduates (IMG’s)
The Medical Council of Canada is going to make it easier for IMG’s to prepare theselves to work in Canada. At present, the policy and procedure for this varies from province to province and are incompatable with each other with respect to licensure policy. Via the National Collaboration assessment are set to streamline the process.
Lack of Physicians at Yarmouth, Nova Scotia Emergency department underscores the importance of using private physician recruiters in Canada, like PhysicianJobsCanada.com
The latest situation that has developed in Yarmouth, a small town on the Southern most tip of Nova Scotia underscores the immportance of using a private physician recruiting company like PhysicianJobsCanada.com to recruit physicians. The latest situation at the Roseway Hospital Emergency department having to close the emerg department almost 350 hours so far this
There appears to be a severe Family Physician shortage in Prince Edward Island. An organization called Islandwide Hospital Access has just released a report it has been working on for several years and it points to a dramatic need for family physicians in the Kings County Region. A recent meeting in this omst easternly region
Alberta Physicians are leading the way in Canada with how physician’s are paid. Presently, Alberta physicians are amongst the highest paid physicians in Canada, earning on average $354,500 in 2014. At present, fee for service is the most popular pay option in Canada, and Alberta for that matter, but the model is about to be
NL Medical, PhysicianJobsCanada.com, is posed for an exciting and rewarding year ahead in the dynamic and ever changing world of physician recruiting for 2016. With changes to licensure policy and immigration rules for 2015 lead to slowing of the process of getting physicians licensed in various provinces, but even with the changes it was the
St. John’s, Newfoundland Physician returns to rural Practice at Central Health – physician recruitment firms work!
Have you ever wondered about a physician recruitment firm and their abilities to recruit physicians from the bigger urban centres like St. John’s to the smaller communities of Newfoundland? Well, wonder no more. Warren Bonnell, lead recruiter for the medical community in St. john’s, Newfoundland, was able to develop a lucrative package such that Jackie
Nova Scotia, including Cape Breton in desperate need of Physicians – demands need for Private Physician Recruitment firms.
The province of Nova Scotia Canada are in desperate need of physicians, both specialists and family physicians. The Chronicle Herald, touted as Nova Scotia’s leading newspaper both online and in print most recently tells the story of a woman, who underwent an MRI scan, had to wait over one month for results. ” This would
Effective on December 9th, 2015 the application process in Newfoundland and Labrador at CPSNL is changing. Traditionally, candidates both Canadian and International medical graduates would submit a pre-application directly to the College in Newfoundland, but like Alberta, Saskatchewan, Quebec and Nova Scotia , CPSNL will be added to PhysiciansApply.ca to initiate the liicensure process. Note: