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Fraser Health continues to support the province’s ongoing efforts to keep British Columbians healthy.

Recognized as one of BC’s Top 100 Employers, Fraser Health is responsible for the delivery of hospital and community-based health services to over 1.8 million people in 20 diverse communities throughout the Greater Vancouver and Fraser Valley areas.

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We are actively looking to hire passionate nurses like you to join our rapidly growing team.

 

If you are looking for the perfect time or the perfect opportunity to move to the stunning west coast, this is it!
 
Consider moving your nursing career to Fraser Health - the province’s largest and fastest growing health authority.

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We are responsible for the delivery of hospital and community-based health services to over 1.8 million people in 20 diverse communities from Burnaby to Fraser Canyon on the traditional territories of the Coast Salish peoples.

Our team of nearly 40,000 staff, medical staff and volunteers is dedicated to serving our patients, families and communities to deliver on our vision: Better health, best in health care.”

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With scenic mountain views, ocean beaches, cultural attractions and easy access to leisure and recreational activities, you can enjoy a thriving lifestyle mere steps away from work.

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Whether you prefer a regional trauma centre or a community hospital, you can find ample opportunities at one of our state-of-the-art facilities:

12 acute hospitalsthe province’s first state-of-the-art outpatient care and surgery centreMental Health and Substance Use Wellness CentreUrgent Care Response Centres, as well as other long-term and home health facilities.

Visit fraserhealth.ca to learn more about our facilities and locations.

At Fraser Health, our Nursing Talent Acquisition consists of nurses. Schedule a call with one of our team members to learn more about nursing opportunities at Fraser Health.


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We take care of our people so they can take care of others,” Cameron Brine, vice president, employee experience shares. “If we have great staff experiences, our patients will have good experiences and that’s why we do what we do.

Fraser Health provides benefits such as work-life balance, employee benefits, and ongoing employee development programs, just to name a few.

Learn more about our health benefits, vacation and leave, pension, education opportunities and more! 

Kalina - Emergency Room Nurse
“Fraser Health is truly an incredible place to work,” says Kalina an emergency nurse at Maple Ridge Hospital, as she shares her recent journey and return to Fraser Health. 

“I moved to Toronto in 2017 looking to gain experience working in the emergency department at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre – Canada’s biggest trauma centre. Being in such a large urban setting, there was never a dull moment. While assisting in many trauma cases and working with a highly efficient team to save lives, I realized how valuable teamwork in health care really is. I started missing home pretty quick. Through it all, my manager back home at Ridge Meadows Hospital was not only mentoring and supporting my learning, but also encouraging me to take the time I needed to come back armed with experience to share in the West. Toronto is exciting, but Vancouver is home. The mountains were calling and so were our people. We made the move back to B.C. this summer.”
“This September, I’ll be taking the UBC Master of Nursing-Nurse Practitioner program. Upon graduation, I hope to keep serving my communities through Fraser Health as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Fraser Health is so diverse, and I’m excited to continue evolving in my career here.”

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Kalina, Emergency Nurse, Maple Ridge Hospital
GL, OR Nurse
"As an adult learner, I believe that learning to follow comes before learning how to lead. I am very fortunate to be surrounded by brilliant mentors and to be trained at my site. Two years ago, I was an entry level OR Nurse. Understanding the structure of perioperative nursing, their indispensable role in a surgical team and the culture in the operating rooms, helped me grow professionally. Applying knowledge from my previous training and attaining that base level skills of a perioperative nurse, highly contributed to my professional development. Being an OR nurse gave me an opportunity to become a part of a team that makes a difference in a patient’s experience.
 
Transitioning into the role of a perioperative nurse can be overwhelming. Working in the operating room is fast paced and constantly changing. But being integral to a team is the best part. There are also a lot of opportunities for growth in this specialty area.

My greatest learning experience is how a perioperative nurse can make a huge difference in the patient’s surgical journey in just a short amount of time.  Interacting with the patient preoperatively, discussing their fears and anxiety, reassuring them that they will be taken care of and answering their questions can be intense.
A supportive environment is a huge factor in ensuring a successful transition. My mentors from both sites provided opportunities for me to develop my clinical skills."

Interested in a career in OR nursing? View all opportunities here
GL, OR Nurse at Surrey Memorial Hospital and Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre
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