Careers and Licensing
Providence Health Care requires that all professionals have the appropriate license, certificate or registration for your particular specialty. On our Professional Associations and Wages & Benefits page, we outline which associations govern these licenses in British Columbia, Canada.
Nursing and Allied Heath Careers are also governed by regulatory bodies, so even if you're applying for a non-professional permit, you'll still need to get the appropriate documentation for work in Canada.
Find your specialty and its regulatory body here.
We have an exciting casual medical registration position that has recently been posted to help support Delta Regional Hospital.If you reside in the Fraser Valley area or are willing to commute to Delta on a regular basis,have a strong clerical, knowledge of medical terminology and have a client f…
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