The Department of Surgery, Alberta Health Services-Calgary Zone and the University of Calgary invite applications for a Fellowship trained General Surgeon with subspecialty training in Colorectal Surgery to work at the Peter Lougheed Centre.
Qualifications include an MD, a Fellowship in the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in General Surgery with additional fellowship training in Colorectal surgery. Candidates with a Masters Degree are preferred. Applicants must be eligible for licensure in the province of Alberta.
Teaching at the undergraduate and postgraduate level will be required. Participation in research related to clinical outcomes or medical education is expected. Committee duties will be expected as the need arises. The successful candidate will take call according to the site and Alberta Health Services policies.
In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada. Alberta Health Services and the University of Calgary are committed to employment equity.
Please submit a letter of application, your curriculum vitae and three letters of reference by September 15, 2019, to:
Dr. Tony MacLean
Section Chief – General Surgery
Department of Surgery
Foothills Medical Centre
1403 29th Street NW
Calgary, AB T2N 2T9
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