Society for Pediatric Pathology
June 19, 2019

Locum Anatomical Pathologist - Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario

Locum Anatomical Pathologist

Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario

The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario invites applications for a full time locum position in Anatomical Pathology. The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario is a tertiary care teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Ottawa. The division handles about 4,500 surgical specimens. There are about 150 autopsies a year.

The division is located in a modern facility with a state of the art laboratory. The regionalization of pediatric pathology services for the entire catchment area of Eastern Ontario offers exciting opportunities for clinical and academic work originating from the region. This regionalization also offers the possibility to pursue areas of subspecialty interest. The successful candidate will share equally in the pediatric surgical pathology, pediatric autopsy pathology, as well as gastrointestinal and placental pathology with the other 3 full-time pediatric pathologist. The candidate will participate in resident teaching.

The candidate must hold an MD degree or equivalent, appropriate certification in a relevant field of pathology and must be licensed or eligible for licensure in the province of Ontario.

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, this advertisement is directed primarily, but not exclusively, to Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada. Equity is a policy of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario and the University of Ottawa: women, Aboriginal peoples, members of visible minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Please forward your application, curriculum vitae and the names of three references to:

John P. Veinot, MD, FRCPC
Head, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario
Tel.: 613.737.8294 - Fax: 613.737.8712

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