MedSleep was founded out of a passion for Sleep Medicine and that spirit has evolved into a dynamic work environment that values exceptional patient care, outstanding support of our research and corporate clients and a strong belief in education.
We offer members of our MedSleep team challenging assignments along with a highly innovative, collaborative and entrepreneurial environment.
We’re rapidly expanding across Canada and have opportunities at all of our locations! Submit your resume today to email@example.com unless specified differently.
ABSM board certified/board eligible sleep physicians with any co-specialty. For physicians without a co-specialty interested in Edmonton, sleep training is provided. Many of our locations are near major academic university centres and some locations offer physician extender support.
MedSleep provides clinical assessment and diagnostic sleep studies (portable and in-house polysomnography) for the full spectrum of sleep disorders. The practice includes out-patient sleep medicine clinical services, interpretation of polysomnography and PM studies. No hospital on-call is required. Telemedicine opportunities exist. We offer competitive overhead with opportunity for both fee-for-service and additional third-party income. We will facilitate obtaining a provincial medical license.
We welcome CVs from both experienced RRTs and recent graduates. The RRT provides patients with professional service and care regarding the use of CPAP/APAP devices. This role involves direct patient contact, education and follow-up care. We provide opportunity for career advancement.
The Toronto Sleep Institute is designated by the Board of Polysomnographic Technologists as a designated provider of “STAR” focused training. We offer 240 hours of hands-on training along with an intensive theoretical training program. Training is provider to those who join our team and the training is not publicly offered. Our experienced team of senior trainers provide guidance, feedback and support. We have a proven track record of providing career advancement for Technologists as well as a learning environment.
The MOA is a highly organized individual who ensures the efficient and effective administrative functioning of our clinics. You’ll interact with patients and support physicians by coordinating scheduling, addressing questions and ensuring client service excellence. While medical office experience is an asset, it isn’t a requirement for this role.
We uphold the Accessibility for Ontarians Disabilities Act (AODA) by supporting the 4 main principles of dignity, integration, independence and equal opportunity.