The Alberta Practitioner Link website will be shutting down on May 1, 2020. All content posted on the site, including open vacancies, user applications, etc. will come down at that time and will be deleted. If you are currently recruiting for or have applied to positions that extends beyond May 1st, please plan accordingly. All Alberta Health Services (AHS) physician opportunities will continue to be posted on Community clinics looking to post positions can contact AHS through the DrJobsAB website, if they are requiring sponsorship, or explore posting opportunities through PCNs or other general recruitment websites.

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Alberta Practitioner Link

Alberta Practitioner Link is a "one-stop" provincial recruitment web site for physicians wanting to find jobs/ practice opportunities in Alberta, Canada. The website also provides linkages to various resources to help navigate the processes for licensure, supports for immigration and various information sites to learn more about living in Alberta.

The role of Alberta Practitioner Link is to facilitate the recruitment of qualified physicians to Alberta on behalf of the physician recruiters of Alberta Health Services and their partner clinics, hospitals and clinics.

If you are looking for a permanent practice opportunity or are available to work as a locum you have come to the right place!

If you are an employer looking to post a vacancy, consult the Web Site Terms & Conditions of Use. if you meet the criteria, please contact us for more information to advertise.

A Division of RhPAP

The Alberta Practitioner Link web site is a service of the Rural Health Professions Action Plan (RhPAP).

Rural Health Professions Action Plan

Established in 1991 by the Government of Alberta as the Alberta Rural Physician Action Plan, a renewed Rural Health Professions Action Plan, or RhPAP, is a collaborative partner and trusted advocate for rural Alberta communities trying to achieve greater access to health care.

Financial contribution for RhPAP has been provided through Alberta Health.