Step back in time and visit an era of early Canadian charm. A thriving mining town in the late 1800s and early 1900s, Greenwood is still a thriving city today. The history draws many people to Greenwood, with more than 60 heritage buildings that paint the landscape, each with its own story.
With abundant lakes, rivers and parks, Greenwood offers fun year-round and fascinating Japanese history that you will want to discover in the fantastic Museum. The Boundary country is a thriving rural region with outstanding opportunities for world-class outdoor recreation and adventures, cycling, skiing, and camping, as well as a thriving restaurant and retail sector.
Greenwood Medical Clinic & Boundary Hospital in Grand Forks is looking to create an exciting and fulfilling practice for a rural family physician. Join a shared practice with two other young physicians in a well-run low-overhead clinic with Primary Care Network staff, including Social Worker and a Registered Nurse. Practice is flexible in terms of office vs ER work. It could accommodate 1-3 weekdays in-office (incl. virtual consults) and 3-6 monthly 24h (or 12h equivalent) ER shifts at the Boundary District Hospital, in addition to in-patient and long-term care work. The current Greenwood Clinic physicians are looking for a partner for cross-coverage / vacation coverage of office and hospital work, so you will never need to look for a locum again! High-income practice with rural stipends, flexible payment model (FFS, new payment model, New to Practice contract).
Physicians working in Greenwood can live in the Boundary / West Boundary, with many homes and acreages for sale from Christina Lake to Rock Creek, with the largest centre being Grand Forks.
Join the discussion for a community health centre in the West Boundary and learn more about early-stage involvement opportunities in this exciting project.
Medical staff positions are covered by the Provincial Health Officer’s Expanded Public Health Order requiring mandatory COVID-19 vaccination for all healthcare workers effective October 26, 2021, thus requiring all Medical Staff to be fully vaccinated to work in Interior Health facilities. Offers are conditional upon you providing proof of your vaccination status and meeting all requirements of the applicable PHO Orders.
For those interested, Leadership Development Opportunities are available with Interior Health’s NAVIG8 Program. The NAVIG8 Emerging Physician Leaders Program is a comprehensive leadership development program designed specifically for physicians to address the practical leadership knowledge, behaviours and skills that high potential, emerging medical leaders require to step into leadership roles early in their careers.
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Eligible for The College of Family Physicians of Canada Cert. (CCFP)
Doctorate in Medicine
Certificant of College of Family Physicians of Canada (CCFP)
Eligible for licensure with CPSBC; Coverage with the Canadian Medical Protective Association is mandatory
Hours of work:
On call requirements:
Estimated Gross Income
Recruitment Incentive: $20,000
Relocation: $9,000 - $15,000 based on move location
Fee premium of 20.58%
Annual Flat fee of $23,690.52
RCME support to max of $5,720 over 4 years.
R-CMPA 50% of CMPA out-of-pocket costs for eligible rural physicians.
Rural incentives are subject to change and current rates are confirmed at time of offer.
Candidates with a BC or Canada student loan may be eligible for BC or Canada loan forgiveness programs.
Greenwood Medical Clinic:
Primary Care Network Opportunity: Kootenay Boundary (KB) is an early adopter of the Primary Care Network (PCN) approach, with teams of FPs, NPs, RNs, Allied Health, Aboriginal Health Coordinators and other clinical staff working together to increase patient attachment and improve patient care, access, and cultural safety in clinics across the region. To date, 30+ PCN staff have already been hired into the PCN and provide about 5,000 patient encounters per quarter, and more hires are underway. The KB PCN is based on a co-location model, building teams within existing primary care clinics. A learning culture approach, fostered through the KB PCN Learning Lab, links all PCN partners and encourages innovation, collective learning and the spreading of successes.