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The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia (CPSNS) grants medical licences that are needed for independent, unsupervised practice after graduation.
Fees are determined during application.
A unique billing number is required to submit claims to Nova Scotia Medical Services Insurance (MSI).
As members of Doctors Nova Scotia, physicians benefit from being part of a united voice that advocates for an adequately supported health care system, quality health care delivery, and a healthier Nova Scotia.
Membership includes an extended health and dental plan, physician liability insurance rebates, and a parental leave program.
For full-time and locum opportunities throughout Nova Scotia, visit the Nova Scotia Health Authority website or contact physician recruiters at [email protected].
Consider applying for a faculty appointment with Dalhousie Family Medicine, which allows you to be a clinical educator with the department. There are also extra benefits to appointment (e.g., access to Dalhousie libraries, discounts on faculty development, etc.). You can find more information at Become a Clinical Educator.