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Otolaryngologist - Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Northwest Territories Health & Social Services
PO Box 1320
Yellowknife, NT X1A2L9
Canada
Date Posted
02/06/2020
Practice Type
Staff physician
Application Closing Date
31/08/2020
Employment Type
Salaried
Work Schedule
Full-Time

Job Description

If you are looking for a unique ENT practice that is urban, rural, and remote, then the Northwest Territories is for you! You will have an active consult practice as well as a diverse surgical and procedure practice.
 
We are currently looking for a permanent Otolaryngologist to join our staff. As an Otolaryngologist you will provide clinical, emergency, limited on-call coverage, outpatient and inpatient services at Stanton Territorial Hospital (Stanton) in Yellowknife. Yellowknife serves as the referral centre for the Northwest Territories (NWT), as well as the Nunavut Kitikmeot region. This unique practice area gives our Otolaryngologists a total catchment area of 50,000 covering close to 15% of Canada’s geographic land area!
 
Benefits for a full-time Otolaryngologist include:
 
 Unique salaried contract, with one, two, and three-year options
 Annual salary
 Annual northern living allowance
 Recruitment bonus
 Annual retention bonus
 Retirement income benefits
 No overhead, practice management, or billing with salaried contract 
 
There's more! Find out more about our Compensation & Benefits package.
 
 

Job Requirements

The majority of your time will be spent at Stanton in clinic or in the operating room for emergencies or procedures. You will have a 1:4 on call (average over the year, often done in blocks) schedule to be shared with the other permanent Otolaryngologist or a visiting locum physician. It is not an essential service, so some days the call service is not covered by anyone. Stanton has a compliment of 2 audiologists and a one full-time hearing aid practitioner, one of which will accompany you on your travel clinics.
 
The travel clinics are an important part of the practice and are typically 2-5 days in length depending on the location. These clinics will bring you throughout the NWT to experience the indigenous cultures of Dene, Inuit, and Metis, as well as the stunning boreal forest, tundra, and the Mackenzie Delta. You will reach all the way to the fabled Northwest Passage to see the communities of the Arctic in Nunavut. The adventurer in you will appreciate the rural and remote regions you will travel to, as well as the people you will meet in these culturally rich areas of Canada.
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