The Division of Dermatology of the Vancouver Island Health Authority has an opportunity for a Dermatologist in Nanaimo.
Dermatologic services on Vancouver Island are currently provided in the cities of Courtenay, Nanaimo and Victoria.
In Nanaimo you will join one other medical dermatologist providing services to a referral population of 250,000. The patient population is quite varied with emphasis on seniors, presenting with skin cancer. Local services include phototherapy and excellent plastic surgery expertise. Affiliation with the University of British Columbia’s Island Medical Program provides teaching opportunities to medical students and residents.
There is an opportunity to join a state of the art Dermatology and Dermatology Surgery center.
Renowned for its natural beauty, mild climate and abundant recreation, Nanaimo offers unlimited possibilities for your career, family and future!
As soon as possible
Nanaimo, population 90,000, is a growing and vibrant urban centre situated on the east coast
of Vancouver Island, located approximately 100 kilometers north of Victoria and offers
excellent access via commercial flights, float plane or ferry to Vancouver. The community
offers a wide variety of cultural and educational opportunities including the 800 seat
waterfront Port Theatre, the Vancouver Island University and is adjacent renowned private
Nanaimo is the outdoor enthusiasts’ paradise, providing year round access to a wide array of
recreational activities including kayaking, kite boarding, windsurfing, mountain biking, hiking,
running and golfing. Nearby Mount Washington frequently boasting the deepest snow pack in
North America, has excellent downhill, snowboarding and cross country skiing.
Nanaimo Regional General Hospital
Interested candidates, please attach your CV and letter of interest.
Shannon Williams, Medical Staff Recruitment Coordinator
- Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada (FRCPC) or eligible - Dermatology
- Eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia