Working at PHC
At Providence, compassionate care, teaching and research form a continuous cycle of excellence.
We are committed to translating new research findings into the care we provide and to creating an environment where teaching and learning are a normal part of any work day.
In addition to our reputation for excellence, Providence is also a champion of cultural diversity, welcoming health providers and support workers from all background and corners of the globe. We value the cultural richness that our diverse workforce brings to the care of our equally diverse population of patients and residents. And we value that richness in our workplace — it allows us all to enjoy the interaction of cultures, languages and backgrounds. We are the proud repeat recipient of the Best Employer for New Canadians award and strive to maintain this accolade.
Providence is also a leader at providing care through interdisciplinary teams — a practice which stems from our commitment to person- and family-centred care. Teams of health providers — nurses, physicians from different specialty areas, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, social workers, nutritionists and many others — work together to meet the needs of our patients, residents and families. This team approach creates a stimulating and satisfying work environment where each individual’s skills are valued and fit within an integrated care model.
This position will report to the Project Coordinator for the Mental Health and Substance Use Patient Survey. …
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