General Internal Medicine


Lakeridge Health has everything you seek - in your career and beyond. As one of Ontario's largest hospital networks and the dedicated cancer centre for the Central East, we foster a culture that promotes career advancement, learning opportunities and great quality of life. Through our five hospital sites, in Ajax-Pickering, Bowmanville, Oshawa, Port Perry, and Whitby we provide a broad range of healthcare services to a diverse population, with a focus on achieving excellence. One System. Best Health.

We are excited to offer a practice opportunity in the Division of General Internal Medicine involving our Lakeridge Health Ajax Pickering (LHAP) site. Lakeridge Health has a full complement of medical, critical care and surgical subspecialty supports, available 24/7. You will be part of a collegial group that provides consultations to the Emergency department and manages (in one week blocks) a busy medical/telemetry ward. Additionally, on-site General Internal Medicine ambulatory clinic opportunities exist to establish a fulfilling outpatient practice.

You will have teaching opportunities through the Lakeridge Health partnership with Queen’s University. Lakeridge Health offers many administrative options for those interested in pursuing physician leadership positions.

The candidate will have ACLS and Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada certification in General Internal Medicine (or equivalent) and must hold independent practice licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. The position start date is negotiable, however May 2023 is preferred.

Interested and qualified candidates are encouraged to send a CV and contact information for three referees to: Dr. Hasan Zaidi, Department Chief and Medical Director, Medicine. Email: [email protected]. Fax: (905) 721-4784. Tel: (905) 576-8711 x33720.

Application closing date: April 30, 2023.

At Lakeridge Health, inclusion is one of our core values and it connects us to our patients and the communities we serve. We know that having varied perspectives helps generate better ideas to solve complex health system problems of a changing—and increasingly diverse—Durham Region. We have significant work to do and are accelerating our commitment to better represent the communities we serve. Join us on this critical journey!

We especially invite applicants who are members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the Ontario Human Rights Code based on race, gender identity or expression, sex, sexual orientation, disability, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nations, Métis, or Inuk/Inuit person. If you require accommodation during the interview process, please contact us.