Follow the career path of a nursing graduate from school through to becoming a Community Care Access Centre Case Manager five years later.
It’s common to hear someone claim to like his or her job. But how often do you meet someone who truly loves what they do?
New grad RNs explain what it’s like to start a nursing career with Northern Health at the new state-of-the-art Fort St. John Hospital in Northern B.C.
Recruiter Katie Lockington on everything you need to know about Rexall’s Pharmacy Intern Program.
New grad Registered Nurse Brittney Peebles works with new moms and their babies at Queen Elizabeth II Hospital in Grande Prairie, Alberta.
Northern Health Recruiter Ashley Ellerbeck chose to start her career in northern B.C. because of the opportunities and lifestyle.
Recruiter Marlene Apolczer discusses the career opportunities at Northern Health and shares her career advice for healthcare students.
Learn about new grad life in Northern B.C., working at Northern Health, and the best part about being a pharmacist at Northern Health.
Find out why Northern Health’s Regional Manager of Recruitment and its 7,400 other employees love living in northern British Columbia – and working for Northern Health.
Leanne Buck, MSW, worked at a youth shelter, in mental health and children’s aid – and in retail – before become a Care Coordinator at the Toronto Central CCAC.
Tamara Samuels is a recent Humber College nursing graduate who now works as a Case Manager at the Central West Community Care Access Centre in Brampton, Ont.
For her placement this semester, fourth-year Queen’s University nursing student Jacqueline McQuaig is working as a student nurse with patients on the multi-organ transplant unit at SickKids hospital in Toronto.