Bc Rural Subsidiary Agreement

The Northern and Isolation Travel Assistance Outreach Program provides funding to licensed physicians to visit the rural and remote communities in question to provide medical services. The program covers travel and travel expenses. We also negotiate agreements with WorkSafeBC and provincial and federal prisons. We are regularly involved in interviews with the UBC Faculty of Medicine on behalf of the Faculty of Medicine, as well as with Lab Reform. Contracts and contracts are negotiated through the BC Negotiation Physicians Department. The biggest agreement is the Doctor-Master Contract (PMA), which provides the basis for compensating doctors for their work and funding the work of our joint cooperation committees. The LDC is amended and updated through regular negotiations with the BC government. Doctors Rural Practice Compensation Program Department of Health Services 3-2, 1515 Blanshard Street Victoria, BC, V8W 3C8 P: 250-952-2754 F: 250-952-3486 hlth.ruralprograms@gov.bc.ca www.health.gov.bc.ca/pcb/rural.html B.C. Land Training Program supports the training needs of physicians in rural practice, offers bachelor medical students and post-graduate students with rural experience and increases the participation of field doctors in school selection. The guide below describes the various programs available to field doctors in B.C. This programme aims to promote the provision of reliable public access to emergency services in emergency services in rural areas of B.C. rural areas, which are cared for by honorary-for-service doctors.

We are looking for a full rural GP service to join our group practice in beautiful golden BC! We are a group of 12 family physicians, a general surgeon and a midwife who work from the hospital from the only medical clinic across the street. We all work in L.A., in the office, and we take care of our inpatients. Long-term care residents are cared for by two family physicians and obstetrics is cared for by 4 family doctors and one midwife. Obstetrics is not mandatory, but it would be an asset to our new colleague. We have 50-60 deliveries per year and the caesarean back-up is provided by our general surgeon and surgeon GP locums. The position would include five or six 12-hour positions per month, hospital care for patients and family clinical practices. Physicians who practice in Municipalities A, B or C are allowed for all rural programs that meet the specific requirements of the program.