As part of the Edmonton North PCN, we have two clinic locations. Our main office is located in Northgate Mall (9499 – 137 Avenue) and the second location is in the heart of Beverly, called Rundle Health Centre (3427 – 118 Avenue).
If you are interested in joining our team, you should know it is not easy. We believe that having the right people in the right job is what makes all the difference. We highly agree with what Jim Collins said in his book Good to Great:
“(There are) three simple truths. First if you begin with “who”, rather than “what”, you can more easily adapt to a changing world…Second, if you have the right people on the bus, the problem of how to motivate and manage people largely goes away. The right people don’t need to be tightly managed or fired up; they will be self-motivated by the inner drive to produce the best results and to be part of creating something great. Third, if you have the wrong people, it doesn’t matter whether you discover the right direction; you still won’t have a great company. Great vision without great people is irrelevant. (Jim Collins, Author)”
Our interview process is a multi-step one to introduce you to numerous people in our organization (and you to us) and to see if you are, in fact, a ‘great’ fit with us. The type of people we are looking for will gather up as much information about PCNs as they can and come to meet us loaded down with questions, and enthusiastically wanting to know more.
“The PCN is a “Great” place to work because there is a sense of camaraderie and support among all team members represented within the clinic. The emphasis placed on employee “fit-ness” is an aspect of the recruitment process that is intended to ensure the highest quality employee that exhibits both professionalism and ethical practice. PCN’s recognize potential, reward performance and provide a workplace that is conducive to learning. It’s a wonderful multi-disciplinary team made up of health care professionals that ensure client-centered care and an atmosphere that is both friendly and fun to be a part of.” (Adam, RN)