The Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA) Division of Hematology / Oncology in Victoria has an opportunity for a Hematologist to join our dynamic team of hematologists and health professionals.
The successful candidate will provide inpatient and outpatient consultative service, longitudinal care, engage in quality improvement initiatives in hematology, and work in collaboration with specialists including hematopathologists, oncologists and family physicians.
The full spectrum of practice is available for suitable candidates to tailor to their interest, including the possibility of malignant hematology at BC Cancer Victoria, and / or fee-for-service benign hematology, including a thriving thrombosis practice.
The Island Health Division provides services to a 350,000 direct referral population and a referral population of 750,000.
Academic appointments and support are delivered through the Division of Hematology,
of Medicine, University of British Columbia (UBC). This position includes clinical teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate learners.
As soon as possible
Community Information :
Victoria, British Columbia’s scenic Capital, is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island. Renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty and enviable quality of life, Victoria offers an opportunity to combine a rewarding career with a satisfying lifestyle.
Few areas in the world can match BC’s scope of outdoor activities, with Vancouver Island offering everything from skiing and snowboarding, to golf, and world-class fishing, sailing, kayaking and cycling.
With Victoria’s temperate climate, its rich heritage and vibrant cultural scene, it provides the very best of urban and rural living.
Strong public schools are complemented by multiple renowned private schools in and adjacent to Victoria.
Permanent Specialty Department Medicine
Facility / Site
Royal Jubilee Hospital
Shift / Hours of Work
Fee for service
Education, Training and Experience
Eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons in BC
Eligible for FRCPC in Hematology