Chief of Surgery

Our client, Shouldice Hospital, is an internationally renowned surgical hospital, founded in 1945 by Dr. Edward Earle Shouldice, and dedicated to Abdominal Wall Hernia Repair.  The Hospital’s unique level of experience and expertise is unparalleled, resulting in world class surgical outcomes and stellar patient experience.  Located in Thornhill, in the greater Toronto area on a 20-acre park-like setting, Shouldice is an 89-bed licensed hospital with five surgical suites, an expert team of highly skilled surgeons, physicians, and nurses who perform high quality hernia care, and a dedicated total staff of over 140 people.

Shouldice is seeking a Chief of Surgery to lead their highly skilled medical team.

Offering a very collegial group practice environment with a comprehensive training and onboarding process, the Hospital provides total support services with no overhead costs, plus a highly competitive compensation package which includes a comprehensive health benefit and retirement package, as well as paid CMPA premiums, professional fees, and conference attendance.

Shouldice Hospital provides their surgeons with the opportunity to practice on a regular daytime schedule which supports work-life balance and physician wellness, with flexible scheduling and limited on-call assignments.  

The successful candidate will possess FRCSC certification or equivalent in addition to being eligible for licensure in the Province of Ontario.

If you are visionary leader who is passionate about the delivery of safe, high quality, leading edge patient care, and interested in joining a world class surgical team in a vibrant practice environment, please forward a cover letter and CV in confidence to:

Marcy Saxe-Braithwaite
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 Shouldice will make arrangements for any required accommodation to candidates with disabilities in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.