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It takes a team of health care professionals to provide the best in health care to our patients, clients and residents.
 
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Masters of Social Work, Physiotherapist or Respiratory Therapist?
Are you someone who has a real passion for the rehabilitation and recovery of others? Are you a registered Occupational Therapist looking to showcase your knowledge, skills, and abilities in a new and dynamic environment?

Provide occupational therapy assessment, consultation and interventions for patients to maximize physical function and promote independence and safety. Explore current opportunities for occupational therapists at Fraser Health.
Fraser Health, Providence Health Care, Provincial Health Services and Vancouver Coastal Health – collectively provide an integrated approach to clinical pharmaceutical care and service excellence to patients, residents and clients. 

As a recruitment lead, Fraser Health employs all levels of Pharmacy Professionals across Metro Vancouver, the Fraser Valley and the Sunshine Coast. Our four diverse organizations are committed to investing in your professional development and in creating an environment where you can advance your pharmacy career.

Whether you prefer a busy tertiary facility in downtown Vancouver or a more rural setting, you will find a ‘fit’ for your skills and experience. Lower Mainland Pharmacy Services (LMPS) offers a competitive salary, an employer paid benefits plan and a defined benefit pension plan.  

Learn more about opportunities with Lower Mainland Pharmacy Services.
Fraser Health is experiencing unprecedented growth. Our recruitment begins now for our capacity-building initiatives. Our service expansions are part of the overall strategy to build capacity throughout our region, improving access for patients and ensuring sustainability. Physiotherapists are an integral part of the health care team and provide support to all programs including Acute, Residential Care and Home Health. Diverse opportunities and flexible work options are available in specialty areas such as Medicine, Neurosurgery, Neonatal Intensive Care, Cardiology, Orthopedics and Mental Health. 
 
Our staff and personnel are committed to patients, families, students and each other. This is a true community and a team environment that will provide you with all the elements you need for a fulfilling career. Explore our career opportunities.
In the role of Cardiovascular Perfusionist at Royal Columbian Hospital, you will clinically manage the direct application of extracorporeal perfusion techniques, and monitor physiological responses of patients undergoing open heart surgery and/or extracorporeal life support (ECLS).

As a member of our Perfusion Team, your duties also include anesthesia assist for cardiac cases including radial-arterial line insertions. You will be utilizing: Sorin S5 heart-lung machines with Connect data management system; Sorin 3T heater/coolers; Medtronic 560 Bio-console and Maquest Rotoflow units for in-house ECLS; ABL 90 Blood Gas machines; and CDI in-line blood-gas monitoring system. Royal Columbian Hospital (RCH), located in New Westminster, BC, is a major tertiary referral centre and is the only hospital in Fraser Health to perform open heart surgery.

The Royal Columbian Hospital also has the only ECLS retrieval/transport program in BC. We have custom ECLS transport equipment including the Maquet Cardiohelp to facilitate all ECLS retrievals/transports. Our team supports 950-1000 open-heart and 25-35 ECLS cases per year. In addition, the Perfusion Department supports over 400 cell saver and over 200 Intra-aortic Balloon Pump’s.
 

We currently have opportunities for Respiratory Therapists at our hospitals and community healthcare settings. As a Respiratory Therapist you will be part of a dynamic team providing therapeutic, diagnostic, and education respiratory services to patients of all ages. Whether you are providing individual consultative services or as a member of a multi-disciplinary patient care team, you will be supported to be the best you can be.
 
Respiratory Therapy careers are available in busy community-based hospitals or a fast-paced tertiary centre. You must be eligible for registration with the Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapy and the British Columbia Society of Respiratory Therapy in order to qualify for the opportunities.

We have positive and caring work environments where you will feel like you are part of a family. Bring your passion for Respiratory Therapy to Fraser Health.

Are you someone who has a real passion for serving others? Are you a registered Social Worker looking to showcase your knowledge, skills, and abilities in a new and dynamic environment? If you've answered yes, then we want you to keep reading.

Work with an experienced and dedicated team and join our commitment to provide quality care to our clients/patients/residents. We invite you to find out why more than 95% of new employees recommend Fraser Health to their friends and family as a great place to work!

Explore our current career opportunities and work with one of B.C.’s top employers where you will have a chance to utilise your skills as a committed Social Worker. 
Dejan
"I love being a physiotherapist because it allows me to impact people’s lives in a very positive way. To be able to start moving people around, get them stronger, teach them how to walk again, empower them to go home from the hospital and back to their normal life, is an amazing thing. I also get to be surrounded by a whole staff of physio-therapists who share the same passion. I can’t imagine doing anything else.” 
Physiotherapist, ICU, Burnaby Hospital
moving from a foreign country, another province or other part of British Columbia?
Relocation Assistance

Are you a retired health science professional?

You may be eligible for a refund of your annual professional registration fees if you return to work on a regular, temporary or casual basis. 

More details at
Health Match BC website.
Burnaby Hospital
Darwin, RT
Many times when we first see a patient they’re very sick on a breathing tube. The next thing you know you’re visiting them at home and they’re up and walking and you think wow, we really do help people get back to their normal life.