Emergency Medicine Physicians
- Erie Shores HealthCare (ESHC)
- Leamington, ON
- Job Category
- Emergency Medicine
Our client, Erie Shores HealthCare (ESHC), located in beautiful southwest Ontario, is a 70-bed acute care community hospital providing a range of patient programs and services including an Emergency Department, Ambulatory Care, Outpatient Diagnostic and Therapeutic services, Laboratory Services, General Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Orthopedics, Family and Hospitalist Medicine, Internal Medicine, Intensive Care Unit, Cardiopulmonary Services, Pharmacy, and Rehabilitation Services.
The Emergency Department provides a full range of services to meet the emergency health care needs for patients of all ages in the region. With approximately 31,000 ED visits per year, their team of highly skilled, well-trained, experienced, and supportive staff are dedicated to providing exceptional care to their patients. Their collegial Emergency Medicine Team provides 24/7 high quality care to a diverse mixture of clinical cases. ESHC is seeking full-time or part-time Emergency Medicine Physicians to contribute to the top tier care provided in the Department of Emergency Medicine.
Successful candidates will be CCFP-EM, or ABEM, or FRCPC certified, or CCFP certified with Emergency Medicine experience, and must be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. CPSO pathway licensure is easily available for US Board Certified Physicians with new regulations implemented in 2023 that have created a straight forward licensure process without the requirement for supervision.
Emergency Medicine AFA Hourly rates range from $160 per hour to $224 per hour. Hourly rates are topped up with 37% of shadow billings. On select shifts there is currently an extra $21/hour being provided to support Critical Care Outreach Team.
These full-time or part-time positions offer a very attractive compensation package with great flexibility to achieve a work/life balance as well as a generous incentive package including:
- Part time ED Physicians (8 shifts per month) - $25K signing bonus for 2 years return of service
- Full time (14 shifts per month) - $50K signing bonus for 2 years return of service
- An interest free loan of $50,000 for relocation costs over the term of the contract
- $1,000 CME incentive per year that can be banked up to $3,000
New staff are oriented to the hospital by working in collaboration with a senior member of staff who will provide the necessary support and guidance until the candidate is comfortable to work on their own.
Located in a charming community, this ideal location benefits from being close to the larger urban areas of Windsor, Detroit and London. Many staff physicians live in the Windsor area as the commute is within ½ hour. The community offers an excellent school system, first-class recreational facilities and state of the art healthcare making Leamington an attractive lifestyle choice. Sharing the same latitude as northern California, Leamington summers are long and lingering and their winters are mild. Magnificent parks such as Point Pelee National Park with its unique wildlife and plant species, kilometers of waterfront parkland and walking trails, conservation areas, marina and recreation complex appeal to the outdoor enthusiast and those looking for a healthy lifestyle.
In addition to Emergency Medicine shifts, very flexible turn key Family Medicine practice opportunities can be customized to suit your desired clinical practice scope.
If you are interested in being part of this collegial hospital family and ideal community where you will be inspired and have the opportunity to flourish and grow, please forward a CV in confidence to:
Email: [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 ESHC will make arrangements for any required accommodation to candidates with disabilities in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.