Chief of Primary Care

Our client, Niagara Health (NH), is one of the largest multi-site healthcare systems in Ontario serving more than 450,000 residents within the Regional Municipality of Niagara. With over 1,000 beds, 7,300 employees, physicians and volunteers, and a $610 M Budget, NH provides a wide range of inpatient and outpatient services across five sites.

With over 31,000 admissions, 30,000 surgical cases, 19,000 mental health visits and close to 150,000 emergency and urgent care visits annually, NH is transforming health care service delivery with the addition of a new one million square foot state-of-the-art hospital in South Niagara Falls.

NH is seeking an experienced leader who will advocate for primary care, collaborate with our community primary care partners, champion innovation, academic and clinical program expansion, and the delivery of safe, high-quality leading-edge practice in association with a commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. 

Join the NH Leadership team as its inaugural Chief, Primary Care

The Chief will report to the Chief of Staff & Executive Vice President Medical and the Executive Vice President Strategy & Communications, be a member of the Medical Advisory Committee, possess CCFP certification, or equivalent, and be eligible for licensure in Ontario. Commensurate with the role will be excellent communication and change management skills.

As an NH physician, the Chief will have the opportunity to engage in research and participate in academic activities in association with McMaster University’s Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine local affiliated Satellite Campus.

Please forward a CV and cover letter in confidence to:
Marcy Saxe-Braithwaite
[email protected]

The Medfall Group is committed to the principles of equity, diversity, and inclusion for all candidates and these principles are integral to all of our processes. The Medfall Group and NH will make arrangements for any required accommodation to candidates with disabilities in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.