We are currently recruiting a nurse practitioner to be a part of our collaborative practice team in Barrington and Clark’s Harbour. The interprofessional team includes a family physician, a nurse practitioner and support staff who work closely with other programs and community partners. Barrington and Clark’s Harbour offer a balanced lifestyle away from the hectic pace of a big city, where you can practice rural medicine in a beautiful coastal location.
The charming fishing village of Clark’s Harbour is located on Cape Sable Island in south western Nova Scotia. This historic island is joined to the mainland by a causeway to Barrington, and is a gem of beautiful beaches, friendly, safe communities, and outdoor activities. The limitless active living opportunities, proximity to ferries to the United States, and family-focused communities make the area a fulfilling place for Nurse Practitioners to live and work.
If you have your Masters of Nursing – Advanced Nursing Practice stream (or equivalent) or will be graduating soon, we would love to discuss what working and living in Nova Scotia could mean for you!
Come, relax, and enjoy the laidback Nova Scotian lifestyle this idyllic setting has to offer.
Nova Scotia Health Authority is the largest provider of health services in Nova Scotia. We are over 22,000 employees who provide health care and support services in hospitals, health centres and community-based programs throughout Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotia Health Authority provides health services to Nova Scotians and some specialized services to Maritimers and Atlantic Canadians. We operate hospitals, health centres and community-based programs across the province. Our team of health professionals includes employees, doctors, researchers, learners and volunteers that provide the health care or services you may need. This is accomplished across four geographic management zones which are responsible for the operation of acute care health centres and the provision of a variety of inpatient, outpatient services including academic, tertiary, quaternary care and community based programs and services including continuing care, primary health care, public health, and mental health and addictions.