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Through our family of six unique hospitals and cancer centre, we are able to support patients in a complete range of acute and specialized health care services. Hamilton Health Sciences prides itself on helping people of all ages access the best care they need when they need it most.

For more detailed information about placements available at Hamilton Health Sciences, please click any one of the following hospitals below.  Placements will be discussed in more detail at your interview.

Note: the placements listing is used only to provide prospects with an overview on the types of placements offered at each hospital. It does not mean there is an opening and/or vacancy.

 

 

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Current Opportunities (Updated: November 26, 2018)

NEW! The Patient Experience Program at the Hamilton General, Juravinski and McMaster is accepting applications for those who want to assist with administering patient experience Surveys and engaging patients and families in sharing their feedback. Please Click Here for more information.

NEW! Guiding People Services (GPS) at the Hamilton General is accepting applications for those who want to participate in our GPS Program [way-finding, escorting patients/visitors to appointments, providing directions, greeting, etc] Monday - Friday from 8:00-12:00 and/or 12:00-4:00 p.m. if you require more information please connect with Nancy Hayes at hayes@hhsc.ca

NEW! Refreshments Volunteer - The Juravinski Cancer Centre is accepting applications for the Refreshments Program. Volunteers prepare and serve refreshments to patients and families in various waiting areas and clean-up refreshment service equipment at the end of the day.  Shifts take place Monday - Friday, 8:00-12:00 & 12:00-4:00. If you are, or someone you know is interested, please contact Leanne Parsons at parsonsle@hhsc.ca

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