Build your career…at the hospital that’s built for the future
Humber River Hospital (HRH), North America’s first digital hospital and one of Canada largest acute care community hospitals, is a healthcare setting like no other. Supported by cutting edge technology and a recognized leader provincially, nationally and internationally for its excellence and innovation in patient care, HRH is fueled by a strong and professional workforce committed to compassionate, quality and reliable healthcare that puts patients, their families and their needs at the centre of all they do. Humber River is affiliated with the University of Toronto and Queen’s University.
Right now we are looking for a:
We have an exceptional opportunity for a Geriatrician to join our group of 3 Geriatricians and participate in the development of a comprehensive Seniors Program in a state-of-the-art digital hospital. This opportunity includes: most responsible physician coverage on a 25-bed Seniors Care Unit; consultation service; outpatient clinic; falls prevention program; OTN consultation & community outreach.
If you are interested in this opportunity, you will:
Demonstrate excellence in clinical care
Have an interest in teaching medical students and residents
Require excellent interpersonal skills
Applicants must hold relevant certification in Internal Medicine as well the sub-specialty of Geriatrics with the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada, and be a member of, or eligible for membership with the College of Physicians & Surgeons of Ontario.
We encourage all qualified applicants to apply in confidence by forwarding a letter and detailed CV by Friday, November 24, 2017 to:
Dr. Narendra Singh,
Chief of Staff,
Humber River Hospital,
1235 Wilson Avenue,
Toronto, Ontario M3M 0B2
Interested candidates who qualify will be contacted and may be asked to attend a pre-application interview. Selected candidates will be invited to submit a formal application for this position. The hospital reserves the right not to appoint anyone to this position.