Interventional Pain Specialists needed for Canada’s leading Pain Centre located in Toronto. No evenings, no call, no overnights. Generate $500-650,000/annum Net.Country: Canada
Physician Type: Emergency Medicine (ER)
Compensation: HOURS of OPERATION: The clinic is staffed from 7 am until approximately 7 pm daily,
Monday through Friday. At this time, clinic is not open or staffed on weekends.
Current and Future objective The objective of The Pain Institute is to provide excellent
chronic pain care to patients while expanding to become a true multidisciplinary clinic.
We are currently in talks to add psychology, chiropractic and physical therapy services to
the Centre, and we will proceed to other services once those are well-established.
Compensation/Incentives: Doctors bill OHIP via our trained billing clerk. Overhead
fees are charged on a sliding scale, at an average rate of 40%. Option for salary of $500,000 per annum for 5 day a week work week.
THE PAIN INSTITUTE – TORONTO
Interventional Pain Specialists –
Anesthesiologists Emergency Medicine
Contact Info@Mdsearch.ca for more information.
We are looking for doctors to perform interventional pain management techniques such
as various types of nerve block injections, by anatomical landmarks and under x-ray
guidance. We also have the capacity for doctors to do Botox injections for migraine
control, rhizolysis, selective nerve root pulse radiofrequency, and peripheral joint
injections. Any MD with a license to practice in Ontario will be considered, as we
provide a comprehensive, one-on- one training program. Previous experience, which
would be most helpful, would be in anesthesiology or physiatry. We do not formally
separate GPs from anesthetists, but anesthetists generally are able to provide a wider
variety of treatments to their patients. If a GP cannot provide the needed treatment, they
can refer their patient internally to one of our Anesthetists.
The Pain Institute was established in the mid 1980’s. The Pain Institute has been in our
current location since 2010, in a unit built to our specifications. We have 17 treatment
rooms and 1 x-ray room. 4 out of 14 doctors are using EMR (Accuro by QHR) and the
other 10 are using paper charts. 100 – 125 patients attend the clinic daily. RCPC is
wheelchair accessible, and is located in a single-story building. It is a spacious clinic,
with wide hallways. Visitors’ first impressions are that it looks like a hospital. Parking is
free, and reserved parking is available for doctors. There are men’s and ladies’ locker
rooms with showers, and a large, comfortable staff kitchen.
Contact Info@Mdsearch.ca for more information.About the Hospital/Clinic
10 full time doctors; 4 part-time doctors. 6 anesthetists; 5 general practitioners; 2
physical medicine and rehabilitation; 1 internal medicine.
We do have the ability to supervise IMG or Restricted Physicians
STAFF: RN/Nurse, Medical office Assistance, Experience level, Languages, Skills,
Friendly/Efficient, 8 full time and 4 part time RPNs. 2 PSWs. 15 full time and 2 part-time
administrative employees, including a dedicated billing clerk, two transcriptionists, two
accountants, a dedicated clerk to book first-time patients, a file clerk, and seven
receptionists. The staff is experienced; we have almost no staff turnover because of the
good working environment. The office manager/chief technology officer/facility manager
has 13 years of experience with the company. The nurse manager has been with the
company for 8 years. Languages represented among the staff include Tagalog,
Russian, and Spanish. We hold our staff to a high standard, and both the administrative
and nursing departments function as well-oiled teams. The atmosphere is friendly but
The Pain Institute is one of the largest, most well-established interventional pain clinics
in Ontario. We have an X-ray room, which is not common for pain clinics. We maintain
high standards of service for doctors, allowing more customization in one’s practice then
is normally available. The nursing and administrative staff is unusually well-trained and
helpful. Our facility is cleaner, more spacious, and better-organized than the average
Located in a low-density area of mixed industrial and retail usage. The building is across
the street from a large, beautiful park. The closest residential areas, a few blocks away,
offer both single-family homes and apartment buildings. The primary ethnic group in the
immediate area is Russian-speaking. However, our patients come from as far away as
Ottawa, Peterborough, and even Northern Ontario. For local patients, its TTC-