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Healthcare service is one of the fastest growing industry here in Canada specifically in Central Canada, if you are a Canadian Registered Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse and Certified Health Care Aide looking for full-time and part time career we in McCare Global Healthcare Services Inc, tons of career opportunities awaits and are available.

Below are some of the career opportunities in different departments of regional health authorities:

Rural Nursing

They are needed in Northern part of Manitoba wherein you can get a feel of trifling civic environment. You’ve the chance to see the other side of city living that you’ve never thought of or imagine.

Emergency Room RN’s/LPN’s

Have the chance to be of service to patients who are critically ill or injured and that needs quick attention. There’s a vast opportunity that you can bring in this department.

Intensive Care Unit / Acute CareRN’s

Always available for ICU nurses in MB.Experts in this area, we have it available for you! While at work you’ve got the chance to visit and experience different parts of Canada.

Labor & Delivery (L&D)

From North to South new infants are coming in! Active babies live! Let’s witness and welcome the newborn by assisting Pediatricians and OB-Gynecologists. Love kids and expert on this, join the team! Locations in different parts of Canada.

OR/Surgery

Capable to assist during both repetitive and tough surgical procedures. Assisting surgeons in life-saving procedures. This job is right for you!

Dialysis

Nephrology nurses work carefully with patients who require constant care or life-sustaining management. Using dialysis and other treatment procedures, nephrology nurses manage diseases such as chronic kidney illness and end-stage renal disease. Their job directly impacts quality-of-life and end-of-life care for renal patients.

Long-term care

A range of services and supports you may need to meet your personal care needs. Most long-term care is not medical care, but rather assistance with the basic personal tasks of everyday life, sometimes called Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), such as: Bathing, Dressing. It can be provided at home, in the community, or in various types of facilities. This section deals mainly with older people who need long-term care. However, the information also may be useful for younger people with disabilities or illnesses that require long-term care.