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We are committed to delivering the highest calibre of patient experience and cancer fatigue care.

If you are a passionate, reliable, and empathetic healthcare, administrative or customer service professional who wants to make a difference in the lives of people living with and trying to prevent cancer-related fatigue, we want to meet you!

Please check out our current job postings below.

What it Means to Work with Cancer Fatigue Services

Our Core Values

Patients Above All

You have a patient-first approach to care, prioritizing patients’ care needs, preferences, and goals.


You are accountable to, and can balance the competing needs of, your patients, team, and organization.

High Standards

You maintain high standards in your approach to patient care, professional practice, and communication.

Open & Supportive Communication

You value and demonstrate honest, supportive, and direct communication across all aspects of your work.

Motivation for Innovation

Your work is evidence-based, and you are committed to personal and professional growth to optimize patient care, collaboration, and business success.

Current Job Openings

Physician – Part Time


We are seeking a compassionate and experienced physician with family medicine/general practice training to join our clinic in Toronto on a part-time basis. Experience in oncology is an asset but not required. In this role, you will provide a comprehensive assessment with the support of allied health care professionals to patients affected by cancer related fatigue. Your expertise will be invaluable in diagnosing, treating, and supporting these patients as they navigate their cancer journey.


Roles & Responsibilities

Patient Care:

    • Conduct detailed medical assessments of patients suffering from cancer-related fatigue in conjunction with a multidisciplinary team.
    • Develop individualized treatment plans that address both the physical and mental aspects of cancer related fatigue.
    • Coordinate and monitor ongoing care for patients, adjusting treatment plans as needed. Collaborating with oncologists when necessary.
    • Health Education: In conjunction with other health care professionals, educate patients and their families about cancer conditions, fatigue, and treatment options, as well as lifestyle modifications and preventive measures.

Clinical Expertise:

    • Stay up-to-date with the latest research, guidelines, and best practices in cancer-related fatigue management. Onboarding training will be provided.
    • Continuing Education: Stay informed about the latest developments in cancer and fatigue care through continuous medical education and research.
    • Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals to provide a treatment care plan to patients.


    • Effectively communicate with patients, their families, and caregivers, providing clear explanations of diagnoses, treatment options, and prognosis.
    • Offer emotional support and counseling as part of a multidisciplinary team to patients facing the challenges of fatigue during cancer treatment.

Record Keeping:

    • Maintain accurate and up-to-date patient records, ensuring compliance with all medical record-keeping standards and regulations within the clinic EMR.


    • Collaborate with other healthcare providers within the clinic to ensure coordinated and comprehensive care for patients.


Work Location

In-person (Toronto) and remote


Qualifications & Experience (required)

    • Strong clinical and diagnostic skills
    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
    • Compassion and empathy in dealing with patients and their families
    • Ability to work well in a multidisciplinary healthcare team
    • Dedication to evidence-based practice and continuous learning


Qualifications & Experience (ideal)

Subspecialty training or experience in the field of cancer-related fatigue is an asset but not required



Doctor of Medicine (MD) from accredited medical school with active and unrestricted medical license to practice in Ontario (CPSO), Board certification in Family Medicine (CCFP)



Hourly/salaried base with option of business shares


Application Process

Interested candidates should submit their resume, a cover letter outlining their relevant experience and qualifications, and any references to

We are committed to equal employment opportunities and welcome candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply for this position. Your expertise and dedication will play a crucial role in enhancing the quality of life for patients affected by cancer-related fatigue.