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White Rock

With its sandy beaches, red brick promenade, waterfront eateries, dramatic sunsets, and the warmest ocean water on the Canadian west coast, White Rock is known as the jewel of British Columbia. A quiet, growing, seaside community tucked between Surrey and Washington State, White Rock is a scenic community offering a variety of leisure activities from windsurfing to golfing to oceanfront promenade walks.

Fraser Health region - White Rock, BC

Area Facts

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Nestled on the coastline on the most south-western side of neighbouring city, Surrey, White Rock is approximately 50 minutes (50 km) from Vancouver’s city centre and a quick five-minute trip to the Canada/USA Peace Arch border crossing. In fact, you can see parts of Washington state across the water.
Approximately 20,000 people call White Rock home.
Primary industries in White Rock consist of tourism, food and beverage, and, entertainment, including the film/television sector.
Known for its historic waterfront pier and promenade, and one of the best beaches in the province, any season is the perfect time to be in the charming community of White Rock. Visit a beach-front restaurant for the best views to watch the sunset, check out Totem Park, explore the local breweries and nearby wineries, or, grab your paddleboard for a view of the city from the water.
White Rock offers schooling for kindergarten through to grade 12 as part of the Surrey school district, with post-secondary and higher education opportunities in nearby cities.
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Fraser Health region - White Rock, BC

Peace Arch Hospital

Peace Arch Hospital is a 171-bed hospital in White Rock, BC, offering medical, surgical, acute geriatric, obstetrics, palliative, psychiatric and telemetry services as well as 24/7 emergency services with after-hours emergency surgery with 53,194 visits annually.

 

Emergency Department Expansion and Upgrades

Peace Arch Hospital is currently undergoing an Emergency Department expansion and upgrades project that includes five upgraded perioperative suites (operating rooms), and a new Medical Device Reprocessing department.

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Featured Jobs

Anesthesiologist
With the upcoming move into our five newly-built operating rooms in the fall of 2021, we are seeking the addition of full-time and/or part-time anesthesiologists who will thrive in our friendly team environment at Peace Arch Hospital.
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Pediatrician
Join a very congenial group in providing urgent pediatric consultant services for Emergency Room with over 5000 pediatric visits annually and a busy obstetrical service with over 1000 deliveries a year.
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Registered Nurse, Emergency Qualified
Do you have a passion for nursing? Join our dedicated and experienced team of health care providers in Emergency.


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Primary and Community Care Social Worker
We are looking for a trailblazer. This is a chance to make a difference every day in the world of health care.
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Domenique, Client Partner, Talent Acquisition and Onboarding

Who are White Rock locals? Many business, finance and health care professionals are proud to call White Rock home. To introduce you to one local, we reached out to Domenique, Client Partner in Talent Acquisition and Onboarding (TAO) and asked her to share a bit about her professional growth. 

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Domenique joined Fraser Health first as a co-op student in 2011. “Little did I know, my co-op experience would introduce me to a mentor who would take me under her wing, and that I would ultimately find a long-term career in health care.”

After graduating university in 2012 and taking time to travel, she took a temporary role as a Recruitment Assistant. That temporary soon became permanent and she was set to begin her professional path, recruiting health care professionals and supporting the Fraser Health family.

“After thoroughly enjoying the recruitment experience, it was time for me to take a step out of familiar territory and test the waters in labour relations. In 2014, I joined the HR Consulting Services team at Peace Arch Hospital in White Rock B.C. Here I learned about collective agreements and union partnerships. The experience was great and I had the opportunity to work minutes from home, but it was not before long I recognized that my passion remained in recruiting and I took a position back with TAO. From that moment, my career path started to progress quickly; from an Associate in 2016/17, to Representative in 2018/19, and now, a Client Partner since 2019, following my passions propelled me forward in my career.

I feel extremely fortunate to work for an organization that allows me and has allowed me to explore different departments and a variety of portfolios. From Labour Relations to TAO department, to Nursing, Facilities, Pharmacy, Management, and now medical staff portfolios, I am thankful to have had so many experiences and connect with so many different professionals. Every portfolio is interesting and faces their own set of challenges. Through these experiences, I have been able to build my professional toolkit and share my knowledge with new team members and partners across the organization.

The saying goes, ‘time flies when you’re having fun’. When I look back on my time with Fraser Health, it has been so much fun that I often cannot believe 10 years has gone by! I have met many wonderful people and learned so much along the way. I look forward to the years I have ahead of me with Fraser Health, and for all the new and exciting career and learning opportunities that come my way.”

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“Personally, I enjoy working at PAH ED because it is part of the community that I live in and I have always taken pride in that…I have the sense that I am investing back into the community that I spend a great deal of my time within", he added "and who can resist the reality of finishing a shift. Walking out the ED doors and strolling down to the beach (on a sunny or even a rainy day) – it’s beautiful… a great way to exhale and debrief after a long day at work!”

ER PCC, Peace Arch Hospital
Sources
Statistics Canada, 2016 (Retreived from https://townfolio.co/bc/white-rock/demographics, February 2021).
Reporting Library. Provided by Integrated Analytics, August 2019.