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Ade
“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
Kate

"I love working and living in White Rock. I am a five minute commute to work which is great as I have kids. Work is challenging but fun - our team members are very close and we always support each other and often laugh at work. The hospital is a small community hospital and very friendly, everybody knows each other. We range from ventilator dependent patients to independent cardiac patients, so the work is varied and interesting. It’s a great place to live and work." Explore our critical care nursing opportunities.

ICU RN, Peace Arch Hospital
Carol
Carol, an Aboriginal Health Liaison Social Worker and a member of Chawathil First Nations, shares with us her touching personal story of why she chose to work in the health care field.

“Over twenty years ago, I lost my father and my sister less than a month apart. The time they spent in hospitals seemed to last forever, and I still remember the feelings of sadness, confusion, and helplessness. Then, I ended up in hospital for three days, where three community members, that I barely knew, stopped in to visit me. Those people lightened up my heart just by sharing their encouragement with me.

Upon discharge, I happened to see an elderly First Nations woman across the hall, I stopped in to say ‘Hi’, and she told me she had been so sad and lonely. My visit brightened up her day and at that moment I realized that someone needed to be there for those patients who were feeling lost and frightened. As an Aboriginal Health Liaison, I can be that person to guide, support and help navigate patients and their families through the health care system.” Explore Aboriginal Health and Social Worker opportunities.
Aboriginal Health Liaison Social Worker