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Specialty Family Practitioner/General Practitioner

Subspecialty General

Role and Facility Information

Vancouver Island Health Authority (Island Health) and the South Island Division of Family Practice (SIDFP), working together as part of the Primary Care Networks (PCNs), are seeking progressive physicians who are interested in working in a primary care model that provides comprehensive, coordinated and integrated team-based care in the region known as Westshore on Vancouver Island.

This is an opportunity to join a vibrant clinic and help influence an emerging local team-based care practice, supported by physician colleagues, nurse practitioners and registered nurses, with access to mental health and substance use clinicians. It is anticipated that in-home patient care may be a future requisite part of this position.

The successful candidate will join Island Health’s newly renovated St. Anthony’s Clinic located in Langford. The clinic features two primary care clinics with 6 exam/treatment rooms in each and a collaborative centre for the interdisciplinary team. Recruitment is initially targeted to family practitioners who do not currently have a patient panel in the geography.

Start Date: TBD

Community Information:

A waterfront community near Victoria, British Columbia, the Westshore features a rich heritage and a unique connection to nature. A short drive into the downtown Victoria core and an overall lower cost of living, the Westshore is a great choice to live and work. Cycle or walk the famous Galloping Goose Regional Trail, which winds through 55 picturesque kilometers of the Westshore, or discover the surrounding lakes (Langford Lake, Glen Lake and Florence Lake) and hike Mount Finlayson, Mount Wells and Goldstream Provincial Park.

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British Columbia’s scenic capital city of Victoria is located on the southern part of Vancouver Island. Double-decker buses, horse-drawn carriages, scenic gardens and even the tradition of formal afternoon tea, reflect this seaside city’s British heritage. Victoria’s economy is made up of traditional industry, advanced technology, tourism and arts and cultural organizations. The city boasts one of the highest “park-to-people” ratios of any city in North America. A temperate climate supports numerous recreational pursuits including golfing, fishing and boating.

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