|Brandon Regional Health Centre|
|Prairie Mountain Health is currently recruiting two (2) skilled & ambitious Urologists to join our healthcare team in the city of Brandon Manitoba.|
As the successful applicant, you will be responsible for examining, diagnosing, and treating urologic disorders, including surgical procedures, ordering diagnostic tests, and consulting with and providing urologic expertise to other physicians/ healthcare providers as required.
Applicants will have the opportunity to join one of the various clinics located throughout the city. There are also multiple teaching opportunities if this is of interest to the applicant, as Brandon hosts a University of Manitoba satellite campus for various clinical clerk positions and resident training positions through the CaRMS match. The successful candidate(s) will have the opportunity for an appointment to the University of Manitoba.
|Qualifications:||- Fellowship from the Royal College of Canada|
|- Current or eligibility for licensure with the College of Physicians & Surgeons of Manitoba|
|- Must be a member in good standing with CMPA|
|Remuneration:||Remuneration will be fee-for-service. Rates are paid in accordance with the Doctors Manitoba and Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living|
|Application Deadline:||Open until filled.|
Prairie Mountain Health covers an area of 66, 201 square kilometers on the southwestern side of the Province of Manitoba with a population of 169,760. The region includes 115 towns and communities including the city of Brandon which is the referral centre for a catchment area of nearly 200,000 people, including 14 First Nations communities, and four French language communities.
Prairie Mountain Health employs over 8,000 staff and operates 22 acute care/transitional facilities and 42 long-term care facilities. There are approximately 170 primary care physicians and 67 specialists providing medical services in the area.
Brandon is a thriving city with a population of over 51,000 residents, located 200 km west of Winnipeg on the TransCanada Highway. It is large enough to supply all the retail, medical, educational and cultural needs on a daily basis and small enough to avoid high costs of living and long commutes to the workplace.
Brandon University has a significant reputation in music, general arts and science programs. Assiniboine Community College provides a wide range of education options. Riding Mountain National Park is one hour north of the city, and the Peace Gardens are situated on the Manitoba/North Dakota border just over an hour to the south. There are numerous other recreational areas in Western Manitoba. Dubbed “The Host City”, Brandon’s enthusiastic volunteer base lands many provincial, national and international events. The “Wheat City” is a vibrant community in which to live, work and play.
|Please Submit Applications to:|
|Lori Pakulak, Medical Services|