About Fraser Health Authority
Located in British Columbia, Fraser Health is one of Canada’s largest and fastest growing health authorities that operates 12 hospitals (including Level 1 and 3 Trauma Centres), the province’s first state-of-the-art outpatient centre and other facilities. Over 26,000 employees, 2,900 physicians and 6,000 volunteers provide services that range from acute –
Who we are
Located in British Columbia, Fraser Health is one of Canada’s largest and fastest growing health authorities that operates 12 hospitals (including Level 1 and 3 Trauma Centres), the province’s first state-of-the-art outpatient centre and other facilities. Over 26,000 employees, 2,900 physicians and 8,000 volunteers provide services that range from acute care to community-based residential, home, mental and public health to 1.8 million people – over 1/3 of B.C.’s population. If you are a Specialized Registered Nurse, and would like to hear from us before applying, complete our quick contact form and a recruitment consultant will connect with you within 48 hours: http://careers.fraserhealth.ca/contact-us/calling-cards/specialized-registered-nurse/
How we care for our people
We strive to create an environment where you enjoy the work you do, the place where you work, and the people around you. From the financial advisor managing our health care resources, to the IT professional enabling life-saving data, to the nurse and physician on the front line of patient care, everyone plays a role in the care continuum. To support our employees and their lifestyles, we offer: Extended Health Care and Dental, 4 Weeks Vacation, 12 Statutory Holidays, Pension Plan, Relocation Assistance (ask us about eligibility). These benefits are available for our regular full-time and regular part-time employees.
Why our people love what they do
Nick underwent a life changing incident when he was 20. Inspired by the nursing care he received when he was a patient, Nick now shares his experience working with patients in critical conditions as a specialized Intensive Care Unit Nurse at Surrey Memorial Hospital where he has an opportunity to give back! It takes an incredibly resilient, compassionate, and courageous individual to be a nurse and we salute all those who have dedicated their lives to this noble profession.
How our people enjoy their work-life balance
“Personally, I enjoy working at Peace Arch Hospital Emergency because it is part of the community that I live in and I have always taken pride in that…and who can resist the reality of finishing a shift, walking out the ED doors and strolling down to the beach (on a sunny or even a rainy day) – it’s beautiful…a great way to exhale and debrief after a long day at work!” - Darryl, Patient Care Coordinator. “I’m from England and I found the transition [to British Columbia] fantastic. I have a 4-year old daughter and we are able to do so much on the weekends. The quality of life and the work-life balance is fantastic - I couldn’t be happier.” - Anna, Social Worker. Work and live in beautiful Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley, B.C. With scenic mountain views, ocean beaches, cultural attractions and easy access to leisure and recreational activities, you can enjoy a thriving lifestyle mere steps away from work.