Recruiting and Retaining the Right Physician for over 20 years
Central Wyoming community seeks a Board Certified / Board Eligible Hospitalist. Vent management will be required and intubation/extubation is preferred. The average daily admissions are 4, the ADC is 9 (18 med/surg beds); the ICU ADC is 1.5 (4 ICU beds). There are several options on how this position will be established including professional services agreement, income guarantee or hospital employment. Shifts are 24 hours. There is also an option to split time and build an outpatient practice, if you want. Local specialists included general surgery, pediatrics, urology, ENT, OB/GYN, orthopedics, neurology, physiatry and interventional pain.
Today, this Central Wyoming community is a bustling town of commerce . Many residents of west central Wyoming come to this community to shop and relax. With everything from native crafts and bazaars to national retailers, this community is a commercial city.
It is home to an airport and community college with outreach available to the University. The energy companies have regional offices here. The industries that support energy development, ranching and farming are in this town.
Now the community has a diversified economic base and its attractive location near the Mountains is inviting to tourists and new businesses alike.
The College here is a major contributor to the area’s cultural and commercial life. With a nationally recognized nurse train program, state of the art Homeland Security Operations training and a partnership with the City in a community recreation program
More than five hundred motel rooms and many full-service and “fast food” restaurants and the multitude of numerous “Vegas Style” casinos, make this area a convenient headquarters for travelers seeking to explore the river community or just sit and relax while taking it all in.
Outdoor recreation is an important part of the County’s way of life. The County’s abundant natural recourses provide a wide array of outdoor recreation opportunities for both residents and nonresidents. Access to outdoor recreation is one of the reasons why many current residents choose to live and work here.