Message from the Chief of Staff:
I joined GBGH in 2010 as a physician in the Emergency department (ED) and since that time, I’ve had the opportunity to witness significant change in our hospital. This includes a complete redevelopment of the ED, growth in credentialed staff and specialties, an expansion of the surgical program with a focus on optimization, a transformation to a learning organization and countless quality improvement initiatives to improve the health of the communities we serve.
GBGH is replete with talented, skilled physicians and staff who live our organization’s values of Respect, Accountability, Excellence and Compassion every day. This hospital is committed to providing Exceptional Care, Every Person, Every Time and is continuing to seek physicians who will contribute to fulfilling this vision.
Through my role as the Site Liaison for the Northern Ontario School of Medicine, I have developed a passion for bringing future physicians to our hospital. This passion for recruitment extends to physicians at all stages in their careers.
GBGH is situated in an incredible area of the province – with a wide variety of recreation opportunities and a small town atmosphere only a short distance from major centres like Toronto. I have never looked back since choosing GBGH and the southeastern Georgian Bay area to establish my career and my family. I encourage you to consider doing the same.
|Dr. Vikram Ralhan, MD CCFP|
|Chief of Staff, GBGH|
|Assistant Adjunct Professor, McMaster University|
|Assistant Professor, Clinical Sciences and Site Liaison Clinician, Northern Ontario School of Medicine|
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Thank you for your interest in Georgian Bay General Hospital (GBGH).
We are currently seeking physicians in the following areas/specialties:
For physician recruitment inquiries, please contact:
|Credentialing & Physician Recruitment Specialist|
|Georgian Bay General Hospital|
About the Hospital:
GBGH is a 113-bed community hospital, serving the communities of Midland, Penetanguishene, and Christian Island, as well as Tiny, Tay, Georgian Bay and Springwater Townships. The population base of this area is 55,000 and swells to more than 200,000 for six months of the year.
In addition to a large seasonal population, throughout the year GBGH also serves a significant Francophone and Indigenous community, which is an important role to the hospital. In 2017, GBGH received its Partial French Language Services Designation, confirming the hospital’s commitment to providing designated services in French for Francophone patients.
GBGH offers services comparable to other medium-sized community hospitals in Ontario, supporting the general healthcare needs of its community. At the Midland hospital services include a 24-hour emergency department, inpatient medicine, obstetrics, general surgery, outpatient day surgery, ICU, diagnostic imaging (radiology, ultrasound, and CT scan), pharmacy, respiratory therapy, inpatient physiotherapy, ambulatory care, Telehealth video conferencing and a complex continuing care and rehabilitation unit which serves patients from North Simcoe and Muskoka. GBGH’s Penetanguishene site is currently home to a nine-station dialysis unit, as well as the hospital’s Finance department.
GBGH has affiliations with the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM), Rural Ontario Medical Program and the University of Toronto.
About Our Community:
Located in historic Huronia, Midland/Penetanguishene is located 90 minutes north of Toronto in Ontario’s cottage country. The Georgian Bay region offers an ideal setting for numerous four-season recreational opportunities including boating, fishing, skiing, snowmobiling, and many more.