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Part time|Registered Nurse – Diagnostic Imaging Interventional Radiology|Etobicoke, ON

Type of Remuneration: Fee for Service
About the Opportunity: The Registered Nurse (RN) is a regulated health care professional who is accountable and responsible for providing quality patient focused nursing care to patients in the Diagnostic Imaging Unit. As part of the inter-professional health care team, the RN will practice according to the nursing practice expectations set by William Osler Health System, the regulatory practice standards of the College of Nurses and the legislative requirements set by the Regulated Health Professions Act (RHPA).


Full time|Interventional Radiologist|Victoria, BC

Type of Remuneration: Fee for Service
About the Opportunity: The Department of Radiology at Victoria, British Columbia seeks to recruit a full time Radiologist with Interventional Radiology sub-speciality. The successful applicant will join a group of 26 Radiologists, including 5 other Interventional Radiologists, who cover the Royal Jubilee Hospital, Victoria General Hospital, Saanich Peninsula Hospital, Lady Minto Hospital, the BC Cancer Agency and a variety of clinics in Victoria, BC.


Full time|Interventional Radiologist|Regina, SK

Remuneration: Contract
Benefits: Responsibility of the physician
Language of Work: English

Position Profile: The Department of Imaging in Regina, Saskatchewan is a busy, dynamic radiology group and provider of high-quality radiology interpretations to two tertiary care centers and multiple peripheral sites. The successful candidate will join the existing team of 3 Interventional Radiologists.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is dedicated to learning and is a partner in the growing educational needs of medical students and residents from the College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan.