Specialty Nurse Practitioner

Role and Facility Information


ABOUT: opened in September 2023 and is a well-appointed, purpose-built facility in North Surrey,is an innovative, multidisciplinary+ clinic created to provide holistic care to vulnerable women and children, who often live in deep poverty and may have complex care needs.

To assist patients in building healthy futures and stable lives, the Centre brings together a primary care team with mental health, allied health, physiotherapy, dentistry and nutrition in a gender-focused, trauma-informed, culturally safe environment. It also provides patients with direct pathways to the spectrum of social service supports offered by the EFry and its community partners.

As part of the fully integrated care team, you will be supported in operating at the top of your license, providing whole-person care that will help change lives for the better. We are recruiting for a Nurse Practitioner (1.0 FTE) to join a shared care practice in a team-based healthcare environment with fully integrated health services driven by quality improvement. The Nurse Practitioner will support patients in the maintenance of their health by diagnosing medical conditions, administering treatments, and providing follow-up care to patients. It is the goal of the organization to ensure all patients feel safe, valued, respected, and cared for as they access health care services. Nurse Practitioners will be tasked to demonstrate improved access to primary care and quality of primary care for our population of vulnerable women and children.

SCOPE OF PRACTICE: The Nurse Practitioner will provide full scope of services that would be commensurate with the breadth and depth of professional services provided by a full-time full-service, Nurse Practitioner, for the care of its patients and the health of the community within which it practices. The Nurse Practitioner will also support and provide clinically related teaching and clinically related research.


• Licensed or eligible for licensure and in good standing with the BC College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM)

• Recent relevant clinical Nurse Practitioner or prior Registered Nurse experience

• Current CPR-HCP Certification essential

• Training and experience in the delivery of Opioid Agonist Therapy or willingness to obtain same shortly after starting post essential.

• Experience working with marginalized, vulnerable, Children and Women, an asset.

It is an equity-seeking organization. Applications are encouraged from qualified women, Indigenous, Black, People of Colour, LGBTQ2S+ individuals, people with disabilities and other marginalized groups.

The position will remain open until filled. A comprehensive job description will be provided to shortlisted candidates. $177,639.42 with no overhead We thank all applicants for their interest in this opportunity; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted

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