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BC Healthcare Virtual Job Fair Recap

November 26, 2020
On November 17th, 2020, Health Match BC hosted its first-ever BC Virtual Healthcare Job Fair, attracting thousands of registered attendees from around the globe. Although the live event is over, the event website, along with available webinars, videos and informational resources, are still accessible at http://www.BCHealthcareJobs.com until December 16th, 2020. 
 

Health Match BC’s Virtual Job Fair

November 02, 2020
We want to share with you all of the helpful tips and information we can about living and working in British Columbia, which is why we are hosting a BC Healthcare virtual job fair – the first of its kind! – on Tuesday, November 17th from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. PST. This free, one-day online event is open to specialist physicians, registered nurses, and allied health professionals who are curious to learn more about beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
 

Doctor and Family Find Home in BC

November 29, 2016

Dr. Bbandama Makwati took a very unique route to arrive at the medical clinic in Castlegar, British Columbia (BC): from Zambia, to China, the USA, and South Africa before settling in Castlegar. One might ask, of all the choices available to his family, why did Castlegar top the list?

"My family is the most important thing to me," said Dr. Makwati. "We love nature and we wanted a place that had lots of opportunities for the whole family. We looked at many places but when we thought about Castlegar, my wife and I both had the same feeling: Castlegar feels like home. And for my career, I was looking for a place where I could do both general practice and emergency medicine that had lots of continuing professional development opportunities – Castlegar has it all." 

Opportunities for Family Physicians in Kamloops, BC!

November 08, 2016
Join the close-knit community of family physicians, specialists, and allied health professionals in the City of Kamloops in south-central British Columbia. 

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Family Moves from Bangladesh to BC for the Opportunities, and the Snow.

June 10, 2016

Dr. Parveen Ali and her husband may hail from a tropical country, but they love fresh snow. It is a good thing they do, because they live in Fort St. John, British Columbia, which gets an average annual snowfall of 183 centimetres.

The couple moved from Bangladesh in 2000, just after Dr. Ali had finished medical school at Sir Salimullah Medical College in the capital city of Dhaka. Her husband, Nakib, landed a job as a banker in Fort St. John. “It was a land of opportunity, so he wanted to come here,” she explained.

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