Applications are invited for a full-time Associate Pathologist position within the Laboratory Medicine and Genetics Program at Trillium Health Partners. The candidate should be dually trained in Anatomical Pathology and Neuropathology, and have appropriate certifications.
Trillium Health Partners is a large multi-sited community academic hospital fully affiliated with the Mississauga Academy of Medicine at the University of Toronto. The successful candidate will be part of a group of 18 pathologists and one medical microbiologist, who provide pathology and laboratory medicine services to ten large clinical programs. The Program of Laboratory Medicine and Genetics has a strong immunohistochemistry laboratory, state of the art flow cytometry facility and houses the regional molecular genetics program.
The successful candidate will be responsible for anatomical pathology and neuropathology duties including surgical pathology, cytology and autopsies, and will operate out of Mississauga Hospital (100 Queensway West, Miss, Ont. L5B 1B8) and Credit Valley Hospital (2200 Eglinton Avenue West, Miss, Ont. L5M 2N1) sites of the hospital. The successful candidate will work closely with another neuropathologist to provide support for the Neurosciences/MSK Program at Trillium Health Partners. As a staff pathologist, the successful candidate will be expected to fully participate in the quality management program, multidisciplinary cancer conferences, and teaching of medical students, residents and fellows.
The organization is an affiliated academic teaching centre with the University of Toronto. The preferred candidate would be expected to participate in teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate medical learners, and also have the opportunity to participate in clinical and applied research. Excellent interpersonal skills and a commitment to an inter-professional care model are also essential.
Annual compensation for this position is estimated to be $340,000.00 to $350,000.00 CAD per annum and is based on Laboratory Medicine Funding Framework Agreement in Ontario.
Interested physicians must be certified in Anatomical or General Pathology and have appropriate neuropathology qualifications (Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and/or American Boards of Pathology) and be able to obtain a license to practice in the province of Ontario. The position is open to all qualified candidates; however, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.
Interested candidates should submit their letters of interest and curriculum vitae, along with the names of three references to:
John R. Srigley, MD, FRCPC
Program Chief and Medical Director, Laboratory Medicine and Genetics Program