Primary Care Network Opportunities in Coquitlam Seeking qualified Family Physicians and Nurse Practitioners for Primary Care Networks in Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada

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 for a Primary Care Network (PCN) in Coquitlam British Columbia, Canada! Learn more about exciting new job opportunities in this community located in the Fraser Northwest region.

The Fraser Northwest Primary Care Network is a partnership between the Ministry of Health, Fraser Health, the Fraser Northwest Division of Family Practice, and Kwikwetlem First Nation.

Join A Team-Based Network

Be part of a cohesive team where each provider has their own unique role and scope in the provision of patient care, and you work together to make sure that the patient’s needs are met in the most effective way possible.


  • The opportunity to work in a multidisciplinary team supported by other health care professionals.
  • Options to actively connect with other family physicians, nurse practitioners, health authorities, health care providers, and community-based health and social service organizations to provide seamless and timely patient care.
  • Access to specialized programs and coordinated referral systems for key areas, such as mental health and substance use, seniors, cancer care, and surgical and diagnostic programs.
  • Access to professional development and support networks that will foster skills and develop leadership.
  • Digital platforms to directly connect to patients through websites, email, text and video conferencing.
  • An opportunity to effectively manage your time and achieve a healthy work-life balance.
  • Income security while you establish your practice and build your patient panel.

About Coquitlam

Just a short drive from Vancouver is the city of Coquitlam which was originally established to become the capital of British Columbia. Coquitlam has a strong business community, as well as a commitment to community-based living. The Coast Salish peoples were the earliest residents of the Coquitlam region prior to European settlement, and the Kwikwetlem First Nations have long lived along the Fraser and Coquitlam rivers.

Golfing, fishing, and mountain biking are popular recreational activities in Coquitlam. Many of its residents and visitors also enjoy hiking along the Upper Coquitlam River to Crystal Falls, in Minnekhada Regional Park, and Mundy Park, as well as adventuring in Trapped, a 5D escape room. Cool off after your hike with a swim at the City Center Aquatic Complex or a trip to the famous Snowy Village for a mouth-watering dessert.

Stoke the fire of creativity in you with a visit to the Place des Arts, a non-profit arts centre offering art programs, classes, music, and theatre. You can try your hand at zen drawing, 3D art, pottery, painting, or creating comics, and even take music or dance lessons while you’re at it. To keep those creative embers burning, take a free tour of the Mackin House Museum which was restored to mirror what life looked like in Coquitlam during the early 1900s.

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 and through arriving to your new clinical practice.

About Health Match BC

Health Match BC is the provincial health care professional recruitment service funded by the Government of British Columbia, Canada. Since 1999, we have successfully facilitated the recruitment of thousands of health professionals into the province.