There’s great incentive to explore a health career in Grand Forks

December 15, 2022
IH recruiters recently visit Grand Forks. Pictured here are Dominique Frost (L) and Jessica Green.

New financial incentives are in effect to attract health-care staff to Grand Forks, which has experienced ongoing critical staffing challenges. The incentives are available through the Ministry of Health and Interior Health (IH).

“These incentives are part of our commitment to local patients and to our current staff and physicians who have remained steadfast in their dedication to Grand Forks and Boundary communities during these challenging times,” said Dr. Shallen Letwin, vice president of clinical operations, IH South.

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