Primary Care Networks
Bring your clinical expertise and passion for providing quality, compassionate care to a challenging and rewarding role as a Family Physician/General Practitioner or Nurse Pracitioner for a Primary Care Network (PCN) in Richmond, British Columbia.
This is an excellent opportunity to be a part of the initiative to help make health care in BC more patient-centered. In this role, you will work collectively with physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and other health professionals to solve problems, share learnings and provide full service primary care in the community of Richmond. Come and join them in making their vision for an integrated system of primary care a reality.
The successful candidate will work in a private clinic in Richmond that is proud to be one of the UBC Medical School teaching centres. They provide quality primary health care services, and have a professional team of family physicians and well-trained medical assistants all committed to working together to meet the health care needs of people living in the Greater Vancouver area.
Richmond is a city that overflows with opportunities for culinary and cultural experiences; Asian cultures have a spectacular influence on the shopping, culinary, and late-night scene in Richmond. From the Richmond Night Market and Food Street (also known as Wai Sek Kai) abounding with Asian-themed restaurants serving up delicious roasted pork belly and savoury hot pot, to Asian-oriented shopping malls in Golden Village and the International Buddhist Temple modelled after Beijing’s Forbidden City.
Here you can visit National Historic Sites like the Gulf of Georgia Cannery site giving prominence to the area’s history of fishing and salmon canning industry, or the Britannia Shipyards site that spotlights the lives of fishermen and cannery workers. You can also head down to the Fisherman’s Wharf to see the catch of the day and buy some for yourself. There’s never a dull moment here in Richmond.
Register online and our recruitment consultants can:
- Guide you through registration and licensing procedures.
- Match your skills and interests to opportunities in the regions of your choice.
- Provide you with information about communities of interest.
- Connect you with prospective clinics and opportunities.
- Connect you with appropriate resources (such as transition-to-practice supports) throughout the health system.
- Provide and connect you to the personal and professional support you will need from the initial stages of expressing interest to the arrival at your new clinical practice.