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General Information
TYPE OF HCP : Public Health and Long Term Care
LOCATION : Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga
SITES : Multiple sites
NURSES : 236 PHNs and 100 RNs/RPNs
ALLIED HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS: PH Inspector, Health Promotion Officer, Health Analyst, Nutritionist, Dietitian, Dental Hygienist, Epidemiologist, Infection Control Specialist, Social Worker, Paramedic
Nursing Positions
RN : Yes
RPN : Yes
CLINICAL PROGRAMS   Communicable Diseases, Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention, Family Health, Long Term Care
CONTRACTS : Public Health: full-time, part-time, temporary, casual
Long Term Care: full-time, part-time, casual
SCHEDULING   Public Health: PHNs/RNs – Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Long Term Care: RNs/RPNs – 8 hour shifts (days, evenings, nights and weekends – 24/7)
CLINICAL PLACEMENTS : Public Health: We offer 3rd and 4th year practicums (universities).
Long Term Care: We accept RN/RPN students from a variety of college programs
Nursing Support
LEADERSHIP : Public Health: MOH, AMOH, Directors, Program Managers, Supervisors Long Term Care: Director, Manager, Administrators, Directors of Care, Supervisors, Resource and Infection Control Nurses
ORIENTATION : Public Health: Departmental/Divisional /Sectional Orientation and In Service Training
Long Term Care: Departmental Orientation, Centre Orientation and In-Service Training
Region of Peel
Human Resources
10 Peel Centre Drive
Brampton ON L6T 4B9
Telephone : 905-791-7800 ext. 4449
Fax : 905-791-6118
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Who Are We?

Located in the heart of the Greater Toronto Area, the Region of Peel includes three local municipalities: the Town of Caledon and the Cities of Brampton and Mississauga.
Peel Region is the second-largest municipality in Ontario and is home to more than one million people. It is one of the fastest growing communities in Ontario and features a wonderfully dynamic blend of cultures, industries and rural and urban communities.
Nursing positions are available in two main areas: Public Health and Long Term Care.

Public Health

Peel Public Health pushes the envelope when it comes to leading-edge programs and services to serve the community. Innovation is more than a word here; it’s a way of being.
Best of all, quality of work life at Peel Public Health is a priority. Actions are recognized; decision-making is done together; caring and respect are everywhere; and work/life balance is practiced and not just preached.

Our public health nurses work in multidisciplinary teams to deliver programs that include:
•   Infection Control and Immunization
•   Reproductive Health
•   Tobacco Prevention
•   Child Health and Parenting
•   Obesity Prevention
•   Prenatal and New Baby Support
•   Substance Abuse Prevention
•   and more!
Contact us now to find out how you can become part of our team.

Long Term Care

It takes a special person – one who is not only highly skilled but also incredibly resourceful – to dedicate his or her career to providing holistic care for individuals with complex chronic illnesses.
At Peel’s Long Term Care Centres, we pride ourselves on our longstanding tradition of caring. Our people – from our health-care team to our residents, Adult Day Service clients and their families – always come first.
Our nurses play an important leadership role in the care of our residents. They help deliver the highest standard of care to everyone, every single day.
We offer our staff continuous learning opportunities to help them refine and expand their clinical skills. We walk the talk when it comes to investing in our people!
Contact us now to find out how you can become part of our team.


Our Regional Values

•   Supportive and Respectful Environment
•   Teamwork
•   Effective Communication
•   Integrity
•   Quality Service