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Internal Medicine Opportunity


Horizon Health Network seeks a General Internal Medicine specialist for the Upper River Valley Hospital in Waterville, NB. The Internal Medicine service is largely consultative to inpatients and provides direct care to an active five bed Concentrated Care Unit (CCU). The CCU is a 5 bed unit which has an acuity between IMCU and ICU.

We are looking for a new member to help build our active department including staffing our CCU and seeing inpatients and outpatients with general internal medicine problems at Upper River Valley Hospital and at the two neighboring facilities in the Upper River Valley area for visiting Internal Medicine clinics. We are currently a group of 4 practicing internists, 3 of whom work in hospital and one in the outpatient setting. This position would suit someone who had a specialty in GIM with an area of interest or alternatively would suit a subspecialist who had an interest in GIM. It offers the opportunity to have an outpatient clinic focused on an area of interest, while providing rotating coverage of internal medicine hospital call and CCU coverage.

Call expectations are shared with the other physicians in the group. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada preferred.


Horizon Health Network,, operates 12 hospitals and more than 100 medical facilities, clinics and offices providing medical services ranging from acute care to community based health services to New Brunswick, northern Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. With 1,000 physicians, an annual budget exceeding $1 billion and approximately 13,000 employees, Horizon Health Network’s strategic vision focuses on research, innovation and education.

The Upper River Valley Hospital is the newest hospital in New Brunswick. It has been designated as the first full service hospital in Canada to be recognized as a leader in energy and environmental design. The hospital provides services to the Town of Woodstock, the Town of Hartland, several villages and other surrounding communities. The community's economy is mainly based on natural resources and farming industries.

There are over 800 employees, 45 physicians and 115 volunteers who provide service in the Upper River Valley area facilities with an operating budget of approximately $67 million.


Remuneration is fee-for-service which is a direct compensation between the physician and Medicare of New Brunswick, except for CCU which is remunerated via an alternate funding plan (AFP).




Situated west-centrally in New Brunswick is the Upper River Valley, a historic and cultural area that includes a number of vibrant towns and villages, including Woodstock, Bath, Florenceville-Bristol, Centreville, Hartland and Perth-Andover, serving a hospital catchment population of 50,000 and a much larger subspecialty catchment area (>100,000). Area residents are warm and friendly and welcome newcomers with open arms. Work-life balance is easily achievable in the Upper River Valley. Its close proximity to the Meduxnekeag and St. John rivers ensures popular outdoor activities like canoeing, kayaking, hiking, biking and camping are never far away. It offers a low cost of living yet is within driving distance of many major cities including Boston, Montreal, New York, and Halifax.

Horizon Health Network adheres to all privacy legislation and policies to ensure confidential patient, business, financial and employee information is disclosed only to those authorized to receive it for the purpose of fulfilling their job duties.


Applications may be sent (with CV along with three references) in confidence to Molly Pevlin, Physician Recruitment Officer:

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