Specialty Family Practitioner/General Practitioner

Subspecialty General

Role and Facility Information

A GP in a well-situated office is looking to retire within the next few years, with the hopes that someone will take over his established practice.

There are currently 2 GPs working out of the office, with 4 exam rooms, 1 treatment room, 2 consultation rooms, and a storage room. The GP works off of paper charts, but is open to scanning his paper charts into an EMR if there is interest. The established patient panel consists of about 2,000 patients, many of which are complex, and 80% speaking Cantonese or Mandarin.

There is no obs, res care, or home visits needs. The GP currently works 4 days per week (just under 20 hrs/week), sees 20 patients/day, with billings of about $100,000 working part-time. There is space for an interested GP to locum for a bit first and test out the panel alongside the retiring GP anytime.

EMR: Paper.



Compensation Type
Estimated Remuneration
Potential earnings based on interested GPs hours of work, patient complexities, etc. (current GP working under 20 hrs/week at 20 pts/day remunerates up to $100,000).
Billing Split
To be discussed in interview process

Benefits and Incentives

Vacation Leave
To be discussed in interview process

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