A brand new Medical Clinic in Edmonton, Alberta has openings for Family Physicians. Foreign Graduated Doctors and/or International Medical Graduates (IMGs) will also be considered to practice as Family Physicians.
The modern, bright, spacious, state of the art facility is fully equipped and provides a complete turn-key set-up.
The clinic offers:
1. Individual modern fully state of the art equip offices.
2. Full EMR system along with training and ongoing support
3. Knowledgeable and pleasant medical staff ready to provide the best support for physicians.
4. Examination and office space fully equipped with brand new, latest equipment.
5. All staffing, and administration support is provided.
6. Compensation is based on Fee for Service with potential annual earnings of $400K or more.
7. Split Basis 70/30
8. Candidates must be eligible for a Full or Provisional License with the College of Physicians & Surgeons of Alberta.
In order to be illegible for and Alberta Medical Practice Permit candidates must comply with the following:
1. Medical degree from a school listed in the International Medical Education Directory.
2. English Proficiency (completed IELTS with minimum of 7 or TOEFL IBT minimum of 24 within 24 months).
3. Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination (MCCEE).
4. No more than three years without practicing medicine.
5. Legal working status in Canada.
6. Successful completion of a postgraduate program of medical training in FAMILY MEDICINE of at least 24 months duration on or outside of Canada containing four months of community-based primary care and a minimum of eight weeks each of three of the following: Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Surgery, and Internal Medicine, with the remainder of the training intended to prepare one for General/Family practice*.
*A one-year internship followed by training in a specialty other than Family Medicine does NOT satisfy this requirement.
Community based primary care training refers to postgraduate training in family medicine conducted in an office practice setting. This training may not occur in hospital or hospital-based outpatient clinics, nor is it the same as Community Medicine*. The required training must expose the candidate to the ongoing continuing care of patients of all ages, in all phases of life. During this training, the candidate must master the provision of ongoing care while learning to integrate the use of pertinent supporting services such as home care, social services, public health, immunization clinics, and mental health services in the provision of ongoing care in the community rather than only episodic, hospital-based patient care.
Please note: This must be postgraduate training with defined learning objectives, supervision and formal assessment. Practice experience, community service, public service, national service, medical officer posts or other forms of employment do not satisfy this requirement.
Should you be interest please provide your resume including education and postgraduate training.