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Consider relocating your career to British Columbia

According to the Royal LePage survey, real estate market prices have fallen 5.2% in Greater Vancouver. Yet, British Columbia's unemployment rate is the lowest in Canada.
If you are looking for a perfect time to move - it is now!

"My journey in finding a fulfilling career as a physiotherapist took much longer than expected. When I was in school, I was certain I wanted to work as a sports orthopedic physiotherapist (specifically for dancers) in a private clinic. After graduation, I endeavoured to find this dream career. However, I quickly realized that there are many elements required for a happy work world, and I was not willing to settle for anything less than awesome. I ended up working in five different settings within my first five years of working, trying to find my sweet spot.

Eight years ago, I found Fraser Health, and that was the end of my job hopping! I love working at Fraser Health for many reasons including the people/team, the mentorship and getting to help patients and their loved ones during their most vulnerable points in their life. I also enjoy the flexibility and autonomy for an amazing work/life balance. I did not end up working as a sports physiotherapist as I expected, but I could not be happier or more fulfilled with my career at Fraser Health."

Explore our current physiotherpist opportunities.

Vivian, Physiotherapist

Explore physiotherapist opportunities with Fraser Health, voted one of British Columbia's Top Employers for many consecutive years:

Search over 50 careers opportunities in one of our 12 acutes sites and over 100 primary and community care facilities.
Our current opportunities in British Columbia
Over 26,000 employees and 2,900 provide services that range from acute care to community-based long-term, home, mental and public health to 1.8 million people – 1/3 of British Columbia’s population. Read what they share.
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. Discover our diverse communities.

Whether you prefer a a regional trauma centre or a community hospital, you can find ample opportunities at one of our: 
12 acute hospitals,
the province’s first state-of-the-art outpatient care and surgery centre,
Mental Health and Substance Use Wellness Centre,
Urgent Care Response Centre, as well as other long-term and home health facilities.

At Fraser Health, our Nursing Talent Acquisition consists of nurses. Schedule a call with one of our team members.

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“First day at Surrey Memorial Hospital! Got my license!” Read a recent email to our hiring team from Gemma, a newly hired physiotherapist.

Gemma was hired after attending our recruitment presentation in Glasglow, Scotland last spring and shares her experience below: "I have just arrived from Glasgow, Scotland to join the Fraser Health family, which I am really excited about! When I attended the Glasgow Caledonian University presentation, I knew right away that I wanted to be a part of Fraser Health. Prior to this presentation and learning about these opportunities, I had never considered moving to the West of Canada as I have family elsewhere. I really felt that I would be well supported being an internationally educated physiotherapist and I wasn't wrong. I have felt so welcome since day one and I look forward to the adventure ahead and being part of a great team making a positive difference."

Explore our physiotherapist opportunities.
In the picture (L-R): Gemma and Raji Kambho, her hiring client partner.
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“The first two weeks were definitely challenging, but it wasn’t difficult, because everyone was very friendly and welcoming. There were lots of inductions, getting used to the processes, going from one place to another, meeting new people and trying to remember names. In my third week, I am a little bit more settled. I’ve done the formal orientation and some online modules. My manager was very kind taking me through the steps and structured it so it was not overwhelming. Every day I learned something new. Everyone has been very supportive…it’s been really good settling in”. Work here.
Physiotherapist, Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre