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Nurse Practitioner

Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care
Toronto (City), Ontario
Closing date
Aug 25, 2024

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Baycrest Ambulatory Services has an opportunity for a



Interprofessional Primary Care Team

Position Type: Temporary Part-Time (up to 12months)

Shift Type: Days-Evenings, some weekends (subject to change)

Hourly Pay Rate: $58.80 - $74.01

Bi-Weekly Hours: 45 Hours, 7.5hrs/shift


Posting Number: 8009

Union: ONA

Date Posted: June 25, 2024

Internal Closing Date: July 3, 2024


Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of Baycrest’s Ambulatory Services.  Through this role you will work as a member of interprofessional primary care and transitional outreach teams.  You will provide primary care for clients ages 18+, living independently in the community who can benefit from an interprofessional team approach to address physical, cognitive, psychosocial and environmental issues that are having an impact on function, with the focus on chronic disease management, frailty, mental health and primary care.  You will provide health education to help clients achieve their health goals to improve their quality of life. Your assessment and goal setting will inform the comprehensive assessment and treatment plan of clients. In this role you will be working closely with primary care physicians to support attachment to primary care and collaborative care. This will include the provision of individual and group health education. Join us to help shape a new and innovative service in our health care system.

Using an agile development approach, as the successful candidate, you will be an effective and integral team member of the Ambulatory team and contribute to teams’ development, programming, and knowledge. You will work creatively in a variety of community environments and programs, such as: outpatient, day hospitals, outreach teams, community housing, primary care clinics, etc. including the utilization of virtual platforms to deliver virtual care. You will partner with family physicians and primary care teams in the community on providing care to your mutual patients and liaise with other relevant community and hospital-based stakeholders.


Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Provide and oversee primary care for clients who are not attached to Primary Care Provider and attempts to connect them to a Family Doctor.
  • Provides an advanced assessment, formulates diagnoses, develops and implements a therapeutic pharmacological and none pharmacological treatment plan and consultation. 
  • Facilitates continuity of care by working collaboratively with interprofessional health teams including family physicians, community partners and family members.
  • Communicates findings and diagnoses and discusses health outcomes and prognoses to patients, families, family physician and the interprofessional care teams.
  • Support the program and the interdisciplinary team in the development of solutions/service delivery models that provide exceptional patient/family care.
  • Provision of leadership in advocating for clients at the point of care, across the organizations and/or at the health system/policy level.
  • Encourages and models critical clinical inquiry that drives the development of nursing research and improves patient care.
  • Identifies needs and makes recommendations for changes within the system to enhance both clinical practice and client outcomes.
  • Participates in team meetings, development and evaluation activities.
  • Some evenings and weekends may be required based on program and patient needs.


Qualifications include but are not limited to:

  • Current certificate of competence, in good standing, from the College of Nurses of Ontario in the Extended Class (RN (EC).
  • Membership in Nurse Practitioners’ Association of Ontario (‘NPAO’) preferred.
  • Nurse Practitioner-Primary Health Care (‘NP-PHC’) or Nurse Practitioner-Adult (‘NP-Adult’) certificate from a recognized program.
  • Narcotic/Controlled substances prescribing competency and training in an approved controlled substances education is required.
  • National certification in Gerontology Nursing from the CNA.
  • Minimum five (5) years nursing experience providing geriatric and primary care in a combination of at least two of the following settings: hospital inpatient, community primary care, homecare and virtual care is preferred.
  • Previous experience in primary care setting with a variety of age groups is an asset.
  • Demonstrated competency in autonomous diagnosis, order and interpretation of diagnostic tests, prescribing pharmaceuticals and performing procedures within the RN (EC) legislated scope of practice, designated medical directives and Collaborative Practice Agreement
  • Advanced competence with computers and mobile communications is required
  • Demonstrated effective leadership skills – including flexibility, creativity and commitment to support the program vision
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated research knowledge, program planning, implementation and evaluation skills
  • Knowledge of the regional health system in the area of geriatrics, Mental Health, adult and pre/post-natal health is an asset


Additional Benefits:

  • % Vacation Entitlement
  • Opportunity to enroll in the Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP)
  • Access to 24/7 Employee Assistance Program


INTERNAL APPLICANTS:  Please submit your application online through the Baycrest intranet. Failure to include your resume may affect your candidacy for this position. All communication related to this job posting will be sent to the email address used to submit your application.

EXTERNAL APPLICANTS: Please submit your application online by clicking the Apply button below.


Baycrest provides care and service to approximately 2,000 people a day through a unique continuum of care system, ranging from wellness programs, residential housing and outpatient clinics, to a 472-bed nursing home, and a 300-bed complex continuing care facility. Baycrest is a world-class leader in innovation in aging, with the acclaimed Rotman Research Institute, considered one of the premier brain institutes in the world, and the Kunin-Lunenfeld Applied and Evaluative Research Unit (‘KLAERU’), which supports clinical research and application of research findings directly to patient care. Most recently, Baycrest was called to lead the The Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation (C-ABHI):  C-ABHI is a solution accelerator for the aging and brain health sector.  

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