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Neurologist - $100kCAD Incentive + Up to $10k Relocation Assistance

Employer
Health PEI
Location
Canada (CA)
Posted Date
Jul 8, 2024

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Specialty
Neurology
Position Type
Permanent
Telehealth
No

Health PEI in Prince Edward Island, Canada is seeking a General Neurologist to join the Provincial Department of Medicine. A return-in-service incentive of $100,000 CAD is available with additional relocation expenses up to $10,000 CAD.

A pathway to practicing medicine on the picturesque East Coast of Canada is more accessible than ever with new changes to licensure! Specialist physicians with active American Board Certification and an Acceptable Alternative to the Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada (LMCC) no longer need Canadian Certification. Successful applicants can obtain General Registration without conditions or restrictions.

Choose to live in a place that offers universally funded healthcare, safe communities, and a short commute. Prince Edward Island (PEI) is Canada's smallest province with a renowned reputation for arts, culture, and innovation. PEI boasts more than 600 miles of shoreline, with over a hundred popular beaches, acres of gentle farmland, National and Provincial parks, and an island-wide trail system. Individuals and families from 90 different cultures have chosen to call this island 'home'.

Opportunity: General Neurologist, Provincial Department of Medicine

As a Neurologist on PEI, the physician will be joining two Neurology colleagues providing outpatient consultative and other neurology services for Islanders. The physician will be required to participate in daytime on-call services (weekdays only).

Located at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Charlottetown or the Prince County Hospital, in Summerside, the applicant would be expected to provide outpatient general neurology consultation services for a wide variety of conditions, as well as consultation services in the Provincial Secondary Stroke Prevention Clinic. Expertise in managing neuromuscular conditions or movement disorders patients would be an asset. Qualification with EMG/NCS with CSCN certification would also be an asset.

On call duties involve accepting consultation requests across the province by phone and seeing inpatient consultations at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH). Call hours are typically 8-5, Monday-Friday. There is no neurology inpatient service.

Description of neurology services in PEI:

  • Neurology clinic and Provincial Secondary Stroke Prevention Clinic, located at the Polyclinic building downtown Charlottetown in a joint area with the other two current neurologists
  • Nursing and administrative support is provided for the stroke prevention clinic
  • Two Thrombolysis hospitals (QEH in Charlottetown and Prince County Hospital in Summerside)
    • Endovascular acute stroke patients are referred to Halifax
    • The Organized Stroke Care Program of PEI has been awarded the Accreditation Canada Stroke Distinction Award in 2018 and 2022 for the province-wide continuum of stroke services offered in PEI
  • EMG/NCS and EEG services are supported by two full-time cross-certified technologists and active recruitment ongoing for a third technologist
  • Opportunities for medical leadership training and coaching support are provided through the Medical Society of PEI

Hours of work: 

  • Full-time hours for a salaried physician is defined as 37.5 hours per week.
  • Full-time contract-for-service hours is based on a maximum of 1,725 hours per year.

Incentives:

Any questions regarding the details of the job requirements or neurology services offered in PEI can be directed to Dr. Heather Williams, Neurologist, at: hcwilliams@ihis.org.

For specific details on salary pay models and more, please click here. To apply or to speak directly to our physician recruitment team, please e-mail: healthrecruiter@gov.pe.ca.

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