Timmins and District Hospital is a 153 bed district hospital serving a local population of 41,000 and a catchment area of 110,000. Timmins is located in Northeastern Ontario, built upon a gold mining heritage. Endless outdoor adventures are never more than a stone's throw away with four predictable seasons providing year-round enjoyment. Easy access to an airport, serving two major airlines, with approximately seven flights daily, to and from Toronto.
Applicants must hold Canadian Citizenship and must have an FRCPC in Diagnostic Radiology and have a valid license to practice in Ontario.
Locums include daytime assignments with flexible on-call responsibilities as assigned.
This is a well-equipped district Hospital providing imaging for 12 smaller hospitals in a region north of Sudbury to Hudson Bay using a state-of-the-art PACS regional network. Minor interventional service but otherwise all modalities are busy. Positions are well suited for well-motivated radiologists working with present medical personnel who are looking for a career in Northern Ontario providing leading-edge care.
The Timmins and District Hospital is a fully accredited referral and teaching hospital and offers a full range of Medical, Surgical, Critical Care, Maternal/Child, Long Term Care, and Mental Health services. Affiliated with the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM), there is plenty of opportunity for teaching medical students and residents.
Supported through the Northern Specialist Locum Program, through Health Force Ontario. Includes: HOCC on call stipend, flight, hotel, car rental expenses reimbursed as well as travel honorarium.