The Island Health Department of Laboratory and Imaging Medicine is seeking a full time General Radiologist for the two new North Island hospitals – Comox Valley and Campbell River.
These two new facilities opened in the fall of 2017 and medical Imaging services at both hospitals include: general x-ray, two fixed MRI, on-site CT, fluoroscopy, mammography, ultrasound and interventional procedures, all within a fully functional PACS environment. Additionally, at the Comox Valley Hospital, there is nuclear medicine service.
Eligible candidates must hold Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada certification in Radiology and be eligible for full licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC.
The position includes CT, MRI, US, DR, Fluoroscopy procedures, breast imaging, and basic non-vascular interventional procedures. The successful candidate may elect to reside in either Campbell River or Comox.
May be eligible for additional remuneration in accordance with the Rural Subsidy agreement including: Recruitment Incentive - $10,000; Relocation Costs Reimbursement – up to maximum of $15,000; Fee Premium; Retention Flat Fee; Rural CME starting at $3,000/annum in years 3 & 4 in the community to a maximum of $6,000/annum after 4 years.
The beautiful waterfront communities of Campbell River and Comox are co-located (57 kilometres apart) with both communities offering unparalleled access to recreational activities promoting a balanced lifestyle and providing an idyllic setting for outdoor enthusiasts.
The Comox Valley Airport offers daily non-stop flights to/from Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver, plus seasonal service to Mexico. Campbell River has a municipal airport with regular daily flights between Vancouver and the island.
North Island Hospitals - Comox & Campbell River
Interested candidates, please attach your CV, letter of interest, and names of 3 references.
Sheila Leversidge, Medical Staff Recruitment Coordinator
Eligible for full licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia