Internal Medicine Opportunities

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Internal Medicine Opportunities

Brant Community Healthcare System

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 and boasts stable, state-of-the-art programs within a team environment that ensures high level patient-focused care. We are a regional centre for a variety of services including surgical services. The Department of Internal Medicine is comprised of a number of divisions including Hospital Based Internist (HBI), Critical Care, Oncology, and Nephrology.

The Department of Internal Medicine, Hospital Based Internist service at the Brant Community Healthcare System is currently recruiting Locum Tenens and Associate general internist(s) to join the expanding department. This opportunity includes both inpatient work as a HBI on the internal medicine unit (C5), IM consults/admissions and on call (in accordance with department schedule approximately 1 in 13) along with work in our newly created Internal Medicine Rapid Access Clinic (IMRAC).

BCHS offers a competitive compensation for HBI work including a daily stipend for weekday and weekend work in addition to Fee-For-Service billing along with HOCC stipends for on call work.

The ideal candidate will have an independent practice license from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario and Internal Medicine certification with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons.  We are looking for individuals with exceptional interpersonal and collaborative skills, and a dedication to service excellence. They should also be a strong team player to work effectively with physicians, nursing, staff, patients, managers and the community with a commitment to medical education.

BCHS serves a high population of indigenous persons in the region therefore culturally appropriate care for indigenous patients is a priority to the organization. Physicians with experience and an interest in caring for indigenous persons are encouraged to apply.

Interested candidates should submit their letters of interest and curriculum vitae to:

Lebené Numekevor, Director of Medical Affairs

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