Our client, Shouldice Hernia Hospital, is a world class hospital that specializes in external abdominal wall hernias. Having successfully repaired over 380,000 hernias, their unique level of experience and expertise is unparalleled resulting in world class surgical outcomes and patient experience. Located in the greater Toronto area in a serene estate like setting in beautiful Thornhill Ontario, Shouldice is a modern, 89-bed hospital facility with five specialized operating suites, an expert team of hernia surgeons and nurses, and a dedicated staff of over 150 people.
Their service oriented Surgical Team provides high quality care to patients who seek out the most experienced team of hernia surgeons in the world. Shouldice is seeking full-time or part-time General Surgeons to join their elite team of highly skilled hernia surgeons.
Successful candidates will be FRCSC certified or eligible, and be eligible for licensure in the Province of Ontario. Offering a highly collegial group practice environment with a comprehensive training and onboarding process, Shouldice Hernia Hospital provides a highly competitive salary, health benefits, paid vacation, CMPA fees, and professional dues. This unique opportunity includes regular weekday OR and clinic schedule with very limited on-calls, fully provided support services – no overhead costs or OHIP billing responsibilities.
If you’re passionate about patient care, have superior surgical skills, and are interested in joining a world class surgical team in a unique practice environment, please forward a CV in confidence to:
Robb Callaghan, Vice President, Search Services
Healthcare Executive & Physician Leadership Search
The Medfall Group is committed to the principles of equity, diversity, and inclusion for all candidates and these principles are integral to all of our processes. The Medfall Group and Shouldice Hernia Hospital will make arrangements for any required accommodation to candidates with disabilities in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.
Reference #: S-828