Have a LIFE in Haliburton, Ontario
You don’t need to be working so hard!
We can offer you a safe and welcoming community, excellent work and family life balance, generous financial incentives, a friendly and supportive bunch to work alongside, appreciation, respect and even proper lunch breaks!
Move to beautiful Haliburton County and immediately start independent practice as the MCCQE1 is no longer required in Ontario.
Must have gone through GP training in the UK, have CCT and MRCGP Designation
Opportunities for Family Practice - Haliburton Highlands Family Health Organization
We are a team of 8 physicians practising family medicine in a rural community just 2 hours north of Pearson International Airport in Toronto. We are accepting new physicians (5) to join our collegial and supportive team.
We provide comprehensive primary care to enrolled patients of the FHO as well as affiliated, unaffiliated and visitor patients on a fee-for-service basis. We have an urgent need for 5 more general practice physicians. https://www.hhfht.com/.
Teaching site with a full rotation of residents from Queen’s University, University of Toronto and others.
Affiliated and work collaboratively with allied health professionals (HHFHT) which include: RNs, Dietician, Social Worker, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistant and Chiropodist to ensure patients receive the right care from the right professional.
Our support staff have an excellent reputation for being friendly and very helpful.
Extensive business and administrative support for referrals, scheduling, billing etc so you can focus on your patients!
EMR: Telus PS
Current roster is 10,300 patients with 1,450 on the waiting list.
Compensation is based on a blended capitation model as a physician belonging to a FHO with a competitive 70/30 split.
Structure your practice as you choose. Several of our physicians also staff our local ER and cover in-patients, Long Term Care and palliative patients.
Daily average daily income as part of our FHO is $1800-2500 Canadian dollars.
Generous Financial Incentives for a Commitment of 4 Years of Full-Time Practice
Haliburton County Return of Service Incentive; $25,000/year for up to 6 years (min of 4 years) Total $150,000
Northern Rural Recruitment and Retention Program (NRRR); $92,000 payable over four years
Canada Student Loan Forgiveness; $40,000 (over five years) of loan forgiveness
Opportunities for Family Medicine Physician with interest in Emergency Medicine – Haliburton Highlands Health Services (HHHS)
Busy rural community hospital averaging 12,000 visits/year.
Most visits are CTAS 3 or 4 with several CTAS 2 and a few CTAS 1 cases.
24 hours/7day per week of emergency care.
We have two fully equipped trauma rooms, three observation stretchers, three exam rooms and an xray department. The ER is stocked with TNKase for Stemi, procedural sedation meds and a full complement of resuscitation meds. Equipment includes a portable ultrasound and Glide scope. We also have an Ultrasound (3 days/week) and Echocardiography services onsite.
CT Scanner and CT Mammography will be operational spring ’24.
Single-staff model with a 2nd on-call for back up (located minutes from the hospital).
A helipad is located onsite for use by air ambulances.
There are no specialists on site however there is a strong relationship with referral centres and specialists including hospitals located one hour away. Physicians are well supported by a team of friendly and well trained nurses.
Compensation is based on an Alternative Payment Plan model through an Alternative Funding Agreement (AFA).
Shifts are 0800-1800, 1800-0800 or 24 hours. There may be an overlap shift during peak daytime hours.
For more information on Haliburton Highlands Health Services hospital (HHHS), go to: www.hhhs.ca.
Lush Lakefront Community
When I heard about the fact that some of our physicians commute by kayak and cross-country ski to our hospital and clinic, I knew this was something very unique and special! We are nestled in the heart of cottage country, just two hours of Toronto in the Haliburton Highlands, a place of opportunity and a natural way of life. Haliburton County is known for its breathtaking scenery, wildlife, hundreds of lakes at every turn, vibrant art and music culture and outdoor adventure.
We are also a great family community with quality education and a wide array of extra-curricular groups, sports, clubs and churches that contribute to the welcoming and friendly environment for families of all ages. We are part of Trillium Lakelands School Board with three of our schools conveniently located right across the road from our family practice building and hospital!
Our hospital and clinic serve the local catchment area which has a population of approximately 18,000; surging to 20,000 in the summer months. We are a growing community with a population increase of 14% over the past year.