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NH Physician Testimonials on YouTube

Visit our playlist on YouTube where Northern Health physicians share what they love about living and working in northern BC communities.



“Northern Health has a creative environment where I have support for innovation, exchange of ideas and ability to try new ways to provide better care for my patients. Here, I just don't think, I can also practice out of the box.”
Dr. Anurag Singh (Nephrologist)

Featured Opportunity: Pediatrics

Reclaim your work-life balance! Supportive, innovative and lucrative opportunities are available for pediatricians in some of our outstanding communities!

Prince George – Big city comfort with small town serenity!

Pop. 80,000, regional referral centre.
Check out openings in Prince George.

Smithers – Culture and Charm!
Pop. 6,000, support from nearby Terrace Pediatricians.
Check out openings in Smithers.

Dawson Creek – Adventure in the Northern Rockies!
Pop. 12,000, support from nearby Fort St. John Pediatrician.
Check out openings in Dawson Creek.

$15,000-20,000 Recruitment Bonus + up to $15,000 Relocation Assistance available!

New grads welcome!

Featured News Story:

Dr. Bill Clifford speaking

Dr. Clifford, Chief Medical Information Officer for NH, has spearheaded the interoperability of electronic records, has won 2 Golden Apple Awards from the BC Health Care Awards and has been appointed to the Order of BC for his work.

Innovation in Information Technology has Resulted in an Electronic Medical Record Interface to Improve Patient Care and Provider Experience


Northern Health and Interior Health have collaboratively developed innovative models of sharing patient information with electronic medical records. This has been recognized provincially for out of the box thinking. 

In 1993, Dr. Bill Clifford, Chief Medical Information Officer with Northern Health, recognized the need for an innovative solution which would distribute electronic copies of patient lab results, medical images and pharmacy document into a provider’s electronic medical record (EMR). At that time, physicians and other providers were beginning electronic patient records but were receiving paper copies of patient data which was resulting in inefficiencies in process. Previously, the only way that was used to connect to physician or provider offices was through pieces of paper or fax which then had to manually entered and often scanned. Unless care was taken to enter discrete information from the reports, results were unreportable and couldn’t be used for clinical decision support.

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Northern BC Living

  • Burns Lake
  • Chetwynd
  • Dawson Creek
  • Dease Lake
  • Fort Nelson
  • Fort St. James
  • Fort St. John
  • Fraser Lake
  • Hazelton
  • Houston
  • Hudsons Hope
  • Kitimat
  • Mackenzie
  • Masset
  • McBride
  • Prince George
  • Prince Rupert
  • Queen Charlotte
  • Quesnel
  • Smithers
  • Stewart
  • Taylor
  • Terrace
  • Tumbler Ridge
  • Valemount
  • Vanderhoof