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Psychiatrist, Fraser Regional Correctional Centre - BC Mental Health & Substance Use Services
Regular Part-Time (1 to 2 clinics per week)
Fraser Regional Correctional Centre
Correctional Health Services (CHS) is an integral part of British Columbia’s health care system and the newest service of BC Mental Health & Substance Use Services, a part of the Provincial Health Services Authority. We provide health services at all 10 Correctional Centres across British Columbia.
Fraser Regional Correctional Centre is looking for a Psychiatrist with good experience in the assessment & management of patients with substance dependence and mental health issues. The Psychiatrist collaboratively works with the interdisciplinary team in order to effectively plan and manage the patients through their recovery and rehabilitation.
If you share our passion for this specialized area of psychiatry and enjoy the challenge that comes with such a diverse specialty mix of cases, we invite you to consider joining our team. You will use your extensive hands-on experience and background in treating complex clinical problems to support the ongoing education of our team, and further the mental health of this population within the province of British Columbia.
Interested physicians should be eligible for provisional or full licensure with CPSBC. Having a fellowship with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, or equivalent is desirable.
To apply in confidence, please send your curriculum vitae along with a letter of interest to:
Kevin P.W. Wang
Advisor, Talent Acquisition – Physician and Scientific Recruitment
Applications will be reviewed immediately and position will remain open until closed.
As part of the provincial mental health services continuum, BC Mental Health & Substance Use Services (BCMHSUS) provides a diverse range of specialized, "one-of-a-kind" tertiary mental health and substance use services to adults across the province. These include services located at the Forensic Psychiatric Hospital and six regional clinics, the Red Fish Healing Centre for Mental Health & Addiction, and Heartwood Centre for Women. In addition to delivering these clinical services, BCMHSUS provides provincial leadership for system-wide improvement through its work in: health promotion and illness prevention; knowledge exchange; and research and academic teaching.
BC Mental Health & Substance Use Services (BCMHSUS) cares for people with complex mental health and substance use challenges. BCMHSUS is part of the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA).
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