Ornge, Ontario’s provider of air ambulance and related services is currently accepting applications for Fellowship in Prehospital and Transport Medicine.

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About Ornge

Established in 2006, Ornge is responsible for approximately 21,000 patient-related transports each year, serving a population of more than 13 million people across 1 million square kilometres.  With a fleet that includes airplanes, helicopters and land ambulances operating from 12 bases across the province, Ornge crews perform emergent and urgent inter-facility transports and emergent on-scene responses while supporting healthcare in remote communities across Ontario.  The Ornge team consists of paramedics, pilots, aircraft maintenance engineers, communications officers, physicians, educators and support staff.




 

Latest News

 Join us on Friday, August 6 at 9AM (EST) for a virtual Q&A session with the fellowship leadership team and Dr. Johannes von Vopelius-Feldt (2021 Fellow). The virtual event will help to provide more information to those interested in applying to the fellowship program for the 2022 year.
 >>CLICK HERE FOR EVENT LINK<<.

If you would like to recieve the latest updates about the 2022 Prehospital and Transport Medicine Fellowship updates via email,  please feel free to fill out the form below.

 




 

Apply Today!

Applications are currently open with a deadline of August 31, 2021.
Interested candidates can apply via email, by selecting the 'submit application' button below.

Please ensure to include the following items with your application:
Cover Letter, Resume (CV), Three (3) Letters of Reference, and TOEFL (if applicable).


 



 

F.A.Q

When is the application deadline?


Ornge is accepting applications for Fellowship in Prehospital and Transport Medicine. Applications close on August 31, 2021.

 

How do I apply?


Applications are currently open with a deadline of August 31, 2021. Interested candidates can apply via email, in the Apply Today section of the fellowship website.

Applicants must include the following items in their application:
Cover Letter, Resume (CV), Three (3) Letters of Reference, and TOEFL (if applicable).

 

When is the fellowship?


The fellowship is scheduled to commence July 1, 2022.  The fellowship will be 12 months in length and will include an initial one month induction course.  The remaining 11 months will be spent at our Toronto and Thunder Bay bases.
 

Who is eligible?


The successful applicant will be an active member in Ornge pre-hospital and retrieval medicine teams and must be clinically skills and experience in aspects of adult and paediatric acute medicine.  Applicants must have completed training in Emergency Medicine, Anaesthesia or Critical Care Medicine with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada or International equivalent.  Experience in transport and retrieval medicine is recommended.

The candidate must be legally entitled to work in Canada, and be eligible an independent or educational license with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario.

 

What can I expect to learn through this fellowship?


The Fellowship will provide a unique experience specifically focused in air medical and land critical care transport.   The Fellowship will include an immersive clinical experience in critical care transport in both an urban helicopter emergency medical services environment and fixed wing opportunities in resource-challenged settings in rural and remote locations throughout northern Ontario. 

 

What kind of training is involved in this fellowship?


The successful candidate will be enrolled in a month-long induction course intended to familiarize them with them with aspects of the Canadian transport environment, current Ornge procedures and policies, and the advanced medical directives specific to the fellowship program.  Ongoing training will be supervised by the fellowship directors and the fellow will have the opportunity to participate in the monthly clinical governance day meetings for the fellowship program.
 

How will the fellow be recognized for this role?


The Ornge Pre-Hospital and Retrieval Medicine fellowship is a fully funded opportunity that is recognized and administered by the University of Toronto, Department of Medicine.