Every role within Horizon is essential to fulfilling our goal of delivering exceptional patient and client care, with a commitment to quality and safety. This is your opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of New Brunswickers.

Physicians at Horizon

Collaborating with allied health and nursing staff, patients, and clients to provide world-class, tertiary and non-tertiary services in our 110 Horizon facilities, our physicians are essential to our success. Our diverse and dynamic medical staff help patients achieve control over their health through education, early detection, and patient-centred care management.

At Horizon, we work closely with physicians to ensure they are fully prepared and supported to excel as leaders through available CME accredited training programs and physician leadership engagement. Horizon’s academic affiliations with the medical schools of Dalhousie University, Memorial University, and Sherbrooke University provide physicians with teaching and research opportunities, and a direct role in shaping the next generation of physicians.

Why work for Horizon

When working at Horizon, you will find work-life balance with a rewarding compensation package that includes competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, and a pension plan.

Horizon focuses on its people. You will benefit from a positive employee experience through our physician engagement programs like Years of Service and Retirement celebrations, our Bravo! recognition program and physician excellence awards. You will also receive support for your career development and advancement through programs that promote research, quality improvement, and innovative practice. You will also see a commitment to your well-being through our safe and respectful workplace programs that include safety initiatives, workplace violence prevention, and employee wellness services.


On November 25, 2019, Dr. Antonios El Helou, a Horizon neurosurgeon, successfully performed the first Dorsal Root Ganglion Stimulation surgery in Canada to relieve pain in patients suffering from complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS).

Visit the Government of New Brunswick’s Physician Recruitment site to learn more about current opportunities!

Government of New Brunswick’s Physician Recruitment