The CPSO removes barriers for physicians trained in US, UK, Ireland and Australia.
Move to Haliburton County and immediately start independent practice:
Our hospital is in the centre of our lush community surrounded by lakes and woodlands; conveniently adjacent to our medical centre and public schools.
CT Scanner and CT Mammography coming spring ’24
Long-term care in
Minden and Haliburton
Palliative Care rooms
Bright and modern
family practice clinic
Haliburton Family Medical Centre
You’ll enjoy practicing in our bright and modern 10,000 sq foot medical centre, conveniently located directly beside the hospital.
The Haliburton Highlands Family Health Team is under the same roof with a number of allied health professionals.
As if life up here isn’t incentive enough
County of Haliburton
Haliburton County Return of Service Incentive
$25,000/year for up to 6 years for full-time practice commitment
Ministry of Health
Northern Rural Recruitment and Retention (NRRR) program
$91,000 over 4 years
Goverment of Canada
Canada Student Loan Forgiveness for family doctors
You could receive $40,000 in loan forgiveness
We’ll personally help you settle in
When you move to a new family practice team or hospital, you’re not just moving people and possessions. You’re moving lives.
To help ensure a soft-landing and a very Haliburton-esque experience; we are pleased to offer Waterfront Accommodations for physicians.
Starting a new job can often be the easiest part of any move, but we know that you’ll also want to feel a part of our community as soon as possible after you arrive. And for any move to be a success, you’ll want to know that your loved ones are also settling in and feeling welcome.
We promise to help make that happen. We have a number of dedicated people and resources that will help with everything from daycare to housing to your social life.
Please just ask us – we are here to help.
Don’t just take our word for it…
What does life in the Haliburton Highlands look like?
Sampling locally-sourced food and award-winning craft beer. Browsing a local art studio. The thrill of dog sledding. Skiing at Sir Sam’s. Getting up close and personal with the wolves at the Haliburton Forest Wolf Centre. Who would have thought that somewhere so naturally peaceful would be so incredibly social!