TeamHealth has an excellent opportunity for a physician to join our emergency department (ED) team full-time at SageWest Health Care- Riverton Campus in Riverton, Wyoming. This Level III trauma center supports a 12,000 annual volume ED that provides coverage in 12-hour shifts, and an admission rate of 11%. The EMR is MedHost. Clinicians cover floor codes, the facility has a helicopter service and EMS base station. Physicians see a variety of cases from trauma to illness and patients ranging from pediatric to geriatric. Local trauma surgeons provide good support, and the nursing staff is very strong and experienced. Qualifications include board certified/prepared in emergency medicine or board certified/eligible in a primary care specialty with emergency medicine experience.
- Support and resources to maintain a high-quality of work-life balance
- Excellent compensation and sign-on bonus
- Paid professional liability insurance with tail coverage
- Over 300,000 CME hours available through TeamHealth Institute
- Flexible scheduling
- Potential career growth opportunities and the stability of a respected leader in the industry
- Freedom from the hassles of practice management
SageWest Health Care- Riverton Campus
A premier care provider in central Wyoming, SageWest Health Care features two locations in Lander and Riverton that offer a full range of services to the communities they serve. The Riverton location is a 154-bed acute care facility and the Lander location is an 86-bed facility. Services offered include diagnostic imaging, otolaryngology, obstetrics and gynecology, 24-hour emergency medicine, an intensive care unit, and many other specialty services.
Rendezvous in Riverton
Riverton is a neat little town located southeast of the Teton Wilderness area just east of the continental divide. Located at an elevation of 4,956 feet and surrounded by the Owl Creek and Wind River mountain ranges, Riverton is a progressive city that offers ample clean air, majestic scenes and world class outdoor recreation. For centuries, people have chosen the Wind River Valley as a place to come together. It started with the Native Americans who felt it was a special place, and that tradition continues today with a strong sense of civic pride, a friendly community and amazing quality of life. Festivals are held throughout the year in Riverton. The annual 1838 Mountain Man Rendezvous features a weeklong re-creation of a trapper's and trader's encampment with games of skill, food, dancing and entertainment. The Riverton Rendezvous, a weeklong event held during the second and third weeks of July, celebrates the city's founding in 1906 with a hot-air balloon rally, Arts in the Park, street dances, the Rocky Mountain Car and Bike Show, and a WRA rodeo. The Wild West Winter Carnival, held each February, offers ice sculpting, casino nights, and tethered balloon rides.