Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Saskatoon (Region), Saskatchewan (CA)
01 Dec 2017
04 Jan 2018
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Saskatoon Health

Saskatoon Health Region, in partnership with the University of Saskatchewan, College of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, is seeking applications for  full time Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists. 

The successful candidate will hold appointments with the Saskatoon Health Region and University of Saskatchewan, Department of Psychiatry, possess a strong team approach and join a collegial group practice of 10 Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists who enjoy a broad scope of practice including outpatients, acute care and shared call responsibilities.  The Department offers a Child and Adolescent subspecialty training program and the successful candidate will be involved in this subspecialty training program, the general training program, and medical student education. Preference will be given to candidates with Royal College certification in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and who have infant and inpatient practice experience.


•    Candidates with Canadian Royal College Certification in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry:
o    Contract: $364,000 - $412,000; or fee for service if successful candidate prefers
o    on call stipend is outside the contract. On call remuneration varies in accordance with variation in the on call rotation
•    Candidates without Canadian Royal College Certification in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
o    fee for service 
o    on call stipend is outside fee for service earnings. On call remuneration varies in accordance with variation in the on-call rotation

Benefits:  responsibility of the Physician       
Language of Work: English
Location of practice – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Qualifications:  Candidates must hold certification or be eligible for certification with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Preference will be given to candidates with Royal College certification in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 

The City: Saskatoon Shines - With more hours of sunshine than any other major Canadian city and a population of 265,000+, Saskatoon is the largest city in Saskatchewan, offering non-stop entertainment opportunities including world class events, festivals and attractions, a strong arts and music focus, and a short drive to the northern lake country. Saskatoon has more golf courses and restaurants per capita than anywhere in North America and is noted for its outstanding walking and biking trails along the riverbank. Excellent educational facilities such as the University of Saskatchewan, home of the Canadian Light Source synchrotron, draw the best minds from around the world creating a youthful vitality and cultural richness evident in every neighbourhood. 

The Region: Saskatoon Health Region is one of the most integrated and complex health delivery agencies in Canada. We are the largest health region in Saskatchewan serving more than 350,000 residents in over 100 cities, towns, and rural municipalities. Saskatoon Health Region is the largest single employer in the province with over 14,000 staff and 1000 physicians across the Region providing a complete range of health services to residents of central and northern Saskatchewan. The city’s three acute care hospitals – St. Paul’s, City, and Royal University – comprise three of the province’s tertiary teaching centres.

The University – The beautiful University of Saskatchewan campus is located on the shores of the South Saskatchewan River in Saskatoon, a city with a diverse and thriving economic base and a vibrant cultural life. The U of S is a research-intensive institution with 22,000 students and 7,000 faculty and staff, and a strong reputation for innovation and excellence. It is home to the newly constructed Academic Health Sciences Complex ( and two of the largest science projects in the country – the Canadian Light Source synchrotron ( and the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization / International Vaccine Centre ( A users group is available for collaborative research with clinical faculty using the $173.5 million Canadian Light Source synchrotron, owned by the University of Saskatchewan. The College of Medicine has an intake of 100 students per year with a commensurate number of positions for residency training.

To Apply - All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.
Interested candidates should submit their curriculum vitae in confidence to: Jackie McKee, Physician Recruitment & Resource Planning
Practitioner Staff Affairs. Phone: (306) 655-0196    Email: