Registered Nurses (RNs) and Registered Practical Nurses (RPNs) will have an opportunity to learn about the specialty of Internal Medicine, and related sub-specialties, during a virtual career fair being hosted by Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC).
The career fair will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020. Interested nurses will also be able to meet with professional practice leaders and members of the Recruitment Team. Steps to register can be found here.
As one of Kingston’s largest employers, KHSC is home to nearly 5,000 staff, more than 2,000 health-care learners and 1,000 volunteers who are committed to partnering with patients and families to ensure KHSC continually provides high quality, compassionate care, according to a media release, dated Thursday, Oct. 29, 2020.
“Kingston Health Sciences Centre is southeastern Ontario’s complex, acute and specialty care, research and teaching hospital,” said Stephanie Abrams, KHSC’s Lead Recruitment Advisor.
“Fully affiliated with Queen’s University, we are ranked as one of Canada’s top research hospitals. As an academic health sciences centre, we attract some of the nation’s brightest learners to pursue their health care education, which helps to create the capacity to provide highly specialized services close to home,” Abrams said.
“We train thousands of students every year and are home to hundreds of researchers whose curiosity drives them to make ground-breaking advancements in health care. KHSC is also a place where you can take part in year-round educational opportunities to enhance your clinical and leadership skills. We also have many programs and policies in place to keep people safe in our workplace, to promote respect and diversity, and a growing recognition program for employees.
“We are looking forward to meeting candidates who enjoy a fast-paced environment and are committed to patient-centred care and a commitment to life-long learning to join our family.”
Located in Kingston, Ont., KHSC is close to nature, an amazing restaurant scene, and enjoys a profound sense of community. Kingstonians are among the happiest people in the country and Kingston has been rated as the eighth best city in Canada for millennials to live in, according to the release.