Nurse Practitioner - Madawaska Valley Family Health Team

Status: Closed

Location: Madawaska Valley, Ontario

The Madawaska Valley is nestled beside beautiful Algonquin Park and shares its natural beauty. Residents enjoy all the comforts of small town living along with the security of excellent health & education services and first-class amenities. From its fabulous restaurants, industrial services to tourism and residential expansion the Township of Madawaska Valley is a vibrant rural community for people of all ages and lifestyles.


The Nurse Practitioner (NP) is a highly valued member of the team, providing care for patients of all ages.  The NP provides medical care, education and coordination of care for patients experiencing a spectrum of medical issues from new life events to episodic illness to chronic disease.  

This Nurse Practitioner (NP) position is a permanent 0.9 FTE shared between two organizations and includes the provision of one day per week of service at the Indigenous Primary Health Care Team.  

The teams will negotiate a salary at the high end of the ministry pay scale.  We have been approved for the Community Commitment Program for Nurses/NPs which provides a significant (up to $25,000 over 2 years) retention bonus for eligible NPs for more information please visit: https://www.healthforceontario.ca/en/Home/All_Programs/Community_Commitment_Program_for_Nurses

This position is additionally supported by compassionate NPs from both organizations, eager to mentor and collaborate with you when you start.             

  • Conduct skilled examinations appropriate to the age / sex / risk factors of each patient, including preventive interventions and immunizations as per current clinical guidelines
  • Determine the need for, order, perform and review appropriate diagnostic tests
  • Collaborate and liaise positively with physicians, office staff and other team members to optimize outcomes to the patient
  • Collaborate and liaise positively with physicians, office staff and other team members to optimize outcomes to the patient
  • Participate in Team activities and attend Team meetings

Please note that this position may require local travel and flexible work hours. The candidate must hold a valid driver’s license.


  • Current registration (or eligible for registration) with the College of Nurses of Ontario as a Nurse Practitioner – Primary Health Care (NP-PHC)
  • Graduate of a recognized Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner program
  • Current registration with the NPAO and evidence of liability insurance.
  • Strong clinical skills
  • Demonstrated experience in community and/or primary care medicine.

We understand and appreciate our clients’ ever-increasing desire for candidates to reflect the communities in which they work and live. The Vogel Group is committed to inclusivity and diversity as we search for outstanding leadership talent for our clients.

We encourage candidates of all ethnicities, cultural backgrounds, physical challenges, sexual orientations, and identifications to feel confident in exploring and declaring candidacy for any of our search assignments.

For a full profile or to apply, please contact :

Tracy Hussey, MSc, RD, RPR    




The Vogel Group is a leadership search firm with offices in Alberta and Ontario conducting national searches for a wide range of clients. We work with like-minded organizations that value a partnership based on integrity, authenticity and an unwavering commitment to excellence.

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