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Application Process

If you are interested in applying for Medical Leadership positions:

  1. Send a one/two page letter to the respective Medical Leader, i.e. Regional Department Head for Regional Division Head Applicants. See Leadership Organization Chart.
  2. Individual Program/Department/Division head contact information can be found on the Medical Leadership page.
  3. In the letter please:
    • Indicate the position you are applying for
    • Describe how you meet the selection criteria for the position. See individual job descriptions on the Medical Leadership page.
  4. Attach your recent CV and contact information
  5. Note the deadline for applying is listed beside each vacancy.

Search and Selection

Candidates will be shortlisted and interviewed by search and selection committees as described in the relevant sections of the Rules in the Medical Staff Rules.

The selection process is confidential.

Successful candidates will require HAMAC review and recommendation to the Board for appointment.

Contact

If you have questions or need more information, please feel free to contact one of the following:

Peter Blair - Executive Medical Director, Medical Affairs

604-587-4483 x 765732

Annette Maclean - Consultant, Physician Recruitment

604-953-5119  ext. 769545

Toll-free: 1.866.837.7099

Medical Leadership Vacancies

Head of Department (local) 

Program Medical Director 

  • No vacancies at this time

Regional Medical Director / Regional Department Head

Regional Division Head

  • No vacancies at this time

Site Medical Director

  • No vacancies at this time

Other Leadership Vacancies

Divisions of Family Practice

More than 1400 General Practitioners and Specialists practice in Fraser Health’s 20 communities, with access to 12 acute care hospitals and extensive community-based residential, home health, mental health and public health services. Fraser Health is in the process of building fully integrated health systems extending from community through acute care.

Why Practice Family Medicine in BC's Fraser Health Region?

Innovation in Primary Care

Our communities serve as an incubation ground for many leading-edge enhancements in patient care that contribute to a rewarding family practice. These include new GP-led organizations called “Divisions of Family Practice.” Unique to British Columbia, Divisions are formal structures in which independent GPs organize themselves to work together in their communities, and with their partners in the Ministry of Health, BC Medical Association and Health Authority. Within a Division, GPs can exchange ideas, design patient care, and provide community physician leadership in broader system planning.

A Committed Province

Primary Care is prioritized by BC’s Ministry of Health Services as the cornerstone of health care; a commitment that is formalized in the BC Primary Health Care Charter. The Province is responding to GP input to "Value Us, Pay Us, Train Us, Support Us.” It is collaborating with the BC Medical Association through the General Practice Services Committee on joint initiatives that support community physicians. These funded programs and incentives advance patient care and practice innovations, and support the care of complex patients. Their demonstrated positive impacts on patient care are garnering international acclaim.

Fraser Health’s network of services

More than 1400 General Practitioners and Specialists practice in Fraser Health’s 20 communities, with access to 12 acute care hospitals and extensive community-based residential, home health, mental health and public health services. Fraser Health is in the process of building fully integrated health systems extending from community through acute care.

Our Communities

Want to live in one of the most desirable places in the world? Fraser Health is located in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley, often ranked as one of the top-three of the “most liveable cities” in the world. The West Coast of British Columbia offers an exceptional climate that is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, and provides an amazing backdrop to urban or rural living.

If your dream is to live in the city, a small community or in the country, we offer it all. With scenic mountain views and easy access to recreation, you can work close to home.

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Clinical Faculty & Mentoring Opportunities

In this section, learn more about:

Clinical Faculty Opportunities

Become a Clinical Faculty Member at UBC

Opportunities for those interested in becoming a UBC appointed Clinical Faculty member are administered by each of UBC's departments/schools. Clinical Faculty members are usually practising clinicians who have responsibility for teaching activities and who may also have responsibilities in research and administrative/service activities. As such, most are appointed as independent contractors by the University and not employees of UBC. This appointment relationship between the University and each Clinical Faculty member is governed by an Appointment/Offer Letter.

Please visit the Office of Clinical Faculty Affairs on the UBC website for more information:

Information for New Clinical Faculty

The Office of Clinical Faculty Affairs provides you with a handbook that will be your guide to understanding your appointment. It includes information on:

  • the appointment and reappointment process
  • faculty development opportunities
  • promotion and mentoring programs, and
  • rewards and privileges with the Faculty of Medicine at the University of British Columbia

Physician Mentoring

Become a Physician Mentor

The Mentor Program is offered to all UBC MD undergraduate students at all program sites by the Office of Student Affairs. First Year students are introduced to their Mentor Group in the early part of their first semester. The group consists of 1-3 medical students from each year of the program and a physician mentor(s) who will help guide the group.

Any physicians interested in becoming a mentor for a VFMP (Vancouver-Fraser Medical Program) student, may contact the Office of Student Affairs, UBC Faculty of Medicine.

Contact Physician Recruitment

Recruitment Services

FRASER HEALTH AUTHORITY

physicianrecruitment@fraserhealth.ca

Phone: 604.953.5115 ext. 769544

Fax: 604.953.5135

Toll-free: 1.866.837.7099

Annette MacLean, Consultant, Physician Recruitment

Phone: 604.953.5119 ext. 769545