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British Columbia is moving health care forward,
and we want you to be a part of it.

Build your career at the forefront of health care.

The Government of B.C. is strengthening the way people are cared for in Canada – providing better, more person-focused services and careers that can make a difference.

Financial Supports.

British Columbia has several incentives in place to support your transition into the province and your new workplace or community. Read more about nursing and allied health incentives here.

B.C. is where progress happens.

It's about a better future for everyone.

In partnership with First Nations and Indigenous health service organizations, B.C. is working to advance the health and wellness of Indigenous people, families and communities.

Together, we're taking actions to create a more integrated, culturally appropriate, safe, and effective health system for all.

Jessa Abary
Internationally Educated Nurse, Vancouver Coastal Health.
Internationally Educated Nurse, St Paul's Hospital
Edith Machattie
Pediatric Occupational Therapist
Tess Kroeker
Psychiatric Nurse and Director of Nursing, Douglas College.

Take the next step in your career.

Find your next opportunity at one of B.C.’s eight public health care employers, or in a new primary care network. Discover what it means to be cared for, here in B.C.

Need help with next steps?

Register to connect with a B.C. health recruitment specialist, who can give you customized advice based on your profession, credentials, and interests. Get help navigating licensing and immigration requirements, and start moving your career forward.

Not yet trained to work in health care?

B.C.’s new Health Career Access Program provides a path for Canadian citizens and permanent residents with little to no health care experience to get hired and receive paid employer-sponsored health care assistant training as part of their employment.

You’ll start as a health care support worker, and receive paid training that leads to full qualification as a health care assistant within one year.

We acknowledge the territories of First Nations around B.C. and are grateful to carry out our work on these lands. We acknowledge the rights, interests, priorities and concerns of all Indigenous Peoples (First Nations, Métis and Inuit), respecting and acknowledging their distinct cultures, histories, rights, laws and governments.