FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We focus on you and your needs first. We know that taking on a new role is a big deal requiring a lot of careful consideration, whether you are relocating or staying local. We are committed to listening to you and your particular needs, your family requirements, and personal preferences, working diligently to secure you the right opportunity. We are here to provide expert guidance, advice and support throughout the entire recruitment process and to be available for you 24/7.
We are an entirely free service to you.
We know you are busy, so we help to direct and guide you in a step-by-step manner, so it doesn’t seem like one big daunting task that you don’t know where to start or how to efficiently go through the process to completion. The medical system in Canada is not standardised across the country, and each province has differences in their licensing processes and requirements. That’s where our expertise comes in. From where to submit documents, licence type you are applying for, when to apply to the various colleges, what to do before and after you apply, when to apply for work permits, financial assistance and moving advice. We happily assist with it all.
Yes! Whether you are looking for a locum, short, medium or long-term position, within the same province or in another province; we can help. Let our knowledge, contacts, relationships, and personal service work for you!
We are happy to say that we have positions available in cities, towns, and rural communities across Canada. Check out our job board for a full up-to-date list. We add new jobs daily! If you’d like to discuss which roles and locations would be most suitable for your career pursuits, family and lifestyle contact us today.
Postgraduate training from the UK, Ireland, Australia, USA are the jurisdictions recognised by The College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC).
Australia, Hong Kong, Ireland, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States are the jurisdictions recognised by The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC).
From start to finish, the licensure process will take around 9-12 months. This is the general timeline of the licensure process.
We understand that you may be interested in coming to Canada but might not be ready to move quite yet. In this case, give us a call to discuss and we will help you proceed when you are ready. We will keep in contact with yourself and stay up to date with your timeline, and at the same time, provide guidance on steps of the process that can be completed as we go along. This way you are not applying too early, and have the chance of application requirements expiring, or too late and missing key timings to get you here at your preferred time.
The best kept secret about Canada is that we have wonderfully warm summers. Winters can be quite cold and snowy, but summers in Canada are equally as warm and sunny with 20-35 degree average heat from April to September. We truly get all four seasons each year.