The Hay River Health and Social Services Authority is now hiring for several positions including:
- Nurse Practitioner
- Occupational Therapist
- RN Acute and Ambulatory Care
- RN Dialysis
- Speech Language Pathologist
The town of Hay River is located on the southern shore of Great Slave Lake and is the largest and fastest growing community south of the lake. Located in the midst of the great white north, it is a dynamic community packed full of sights and adventures including waterfalls and sandy beaches, Hay River is home to friendly community members, energetic festivals, stunning Aurora views, and the endless supply of outdoor fun. This multicultural community offers something for everyone: fishing, hiking, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, golfing, kayaking, an up and coming art scene, as well as a variety of individual and team sports. For more information about Hay River, please visit: www.hayriver.com and www.spectacularnwt.com/destinations/south-slave/hay-river
The Hay River Health and Social Services Authority provides the South Slave area of the Northwest Territories with quality healthcare. Our catchment area includes the community of Hay River, which has a population of approximately 3,800 + residents. In addition to Hay River, the area also includes six outlying communities with a catchment area in excess of 6,000 + people. We employ more than 185 staff members, offering a variety of challenging careers within the healthcare industry, and providing numerous opportunities for advancement. Our Authority is dedicated to excellence in all areas of healthcare. We believe in hiring exceptional candidates as their level of education and dedication to their field is reflected in the quality of care our communities receive.
The HRHSSA is an accredited, integrated health authority that provides the following services:19 acute inpatient beds (14 Community Support Beds, 1 Family Suite (Palliative), 2 Secure Rooms, 2 Observation beds), Emergency and Ambulatory Care, including dialysis and endoscopy; Midwifery Care and Delivery; 25 Long Term Care beds; Supportive Living Campus, a Territorial campus providing 11 permanent residences; Diagnostic Services (Diagnostic Imaging, Ultrasound, Mammography); Laboratory; Medical and Specialty Clinics including Diabetes programming; Social Programs (Community Counselling, Healthy Families and Child and Family Services) Community Health and Home Care, Rehabilitation which include Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Language Pathology; and a full range of Support Services.