Nova Scotia invited physicians under the Healthcare Professionals Immigration Pilot

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Candidates who received a Letter of Interest from Nova Scotia on March 8, 2024, are invited to the physician draw for the Healthcare Professionals Immigration Pilot, specifically for Nova Scotia’s Practice Ready Assessment Program (PRAP). Completing this process may result in a conditional job offer from a Nova Scotia healthcare employer, enabling the application to the Physician streams under the Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program (NS PNP) or the Atlantic Immigration Program (AIP). It is important to note that participation in the Pilot and nomination under a non-Express Entry stream or endorsement under the AIP will not add 600 points to applicants’ Express Entry profiles.

Overview of the Healthcare Professionals Immigration Pilot

The Healthcare Professionals Immigration Pilot is designed to address critical shortages in the province’s healthcare sector by attracting qualified professionals from around the world. Through targeted initiatives such as the Practice Ready Assessment Program (PRAP), Nova Scotia aims to expedite the recruitment and retention of physicians essential for delivering quality healthcare services to residents. The Nova Scotia Nominee Program: Physician Stream has the following requirements:

  • Job offer from Nova Scotia Health or the IWK Health Centre.
  • A valid passport and legal status in the country of residence.
  • The Medical Council of Canada assesses educational credentials.
  • A reference letter showing one year of work experience in a role as a physician.
  • The intention is to permanently settle and live in Nova Scotia.

Nova Scotia’s invitation to physicians under the Healthcare Professionals Immigration Pilot underscores the province’s commitment to addressing healthcare workforce shortages and enhancing access to quality medical services for residents. By streamlining the immigration process through initiatives like the Practice Ready Assessment Program (PRAP), Nova Scotia aims to attract and retain talented healthcare professionals from diverse backgrounds. As physicians embark on this journey, they have the opportunity to contribute to the well-being of Nova Scotians while pursuing rewarding careers in one of Canada’s most vibrant provinces.

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