Associate Emergency Medicine Physicians - Brant Community Healthcare System

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Brant Community Healthcare System
200 Terrace Hill Street
Brantford, ON N3R 1G9
Canada

Job Posted
2021-12-15
Posting Expires
2022-03-15
Category
Industry
Hospital
Experience Required
Yes

Job Description

Brant Community Healthcare System (BCHS) is a 260-bed acute care facility boasting stable, state-of-the-art Programs within a team environment and with a dedicated staff that ensures high-level, patient-focused care. The organization comprises of two main hospital sites, the Brantford General Hospital and Willet Hospital. Located in the picturesque Grand River Valley 20 minutes west of Hamilton, our community offers outstanding recreational opportunities.

BCHS is the area’s acute care facility, providing all of Brantford and Brant County's specialty programs and services for our 120,000+ residents. The Emergency Department at the Brantford General Hospital is a high volume community Emergency Department that is a centre of excellence for POCUS training and teaching. It is a McMaster University Mac-CARE teaching site for the Grand Erie Six Nations and hosts its own Emergency Medicine SIM program.

We are currently recruiting for Associate and Locum Tenens Emergency Medicine Physicians to join our Brantford General Hospital Emergency Department. This position represents an opportunity to join a group of dedicated healthcare professionals in a progressive organization. Interested physicians must have independent practice license from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario and a CCFP Emergency Medicine (EM) certification or an emergency medicine fellowship from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada or equivalent (e.g. American Board). Successful candidates will also need advanced ultrasound training.

As a McMaster University Mac-CARE teaching site for the Grand Erie Six Nations, the successful candidate would be expected to participate in teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate medical learners thus excellent interpersonal skills and a commitment to an inter-professional care model are also essential.

The Brantford General Hospital Emergency Department serves a high population of indigenous persons in the region; to support this we are committed to recruiting and retraining indigenous physicians or physicians with experience and an interest in caring for indigenous persons.

Interested candidates should submit their letters of interest and curriculum vitae, along with the names of three (3) references to:

Dr. Andrea Unger, Chief & Medical Director, Emergency Medicine Program

C/o of Lebené Numekevor [email protected]

For detailed information on the hospital, please visit: https://www.bchsys.org

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