St. John’s Medical Center Seeks a Board-Certified Urologist
General urology practice, modern facility, EMR, outdoor recreation paradise
St. John’s Medical Center (SJMC) employs 25 providers and advanced practice clinicians in our physician-led medical group. Ideal candidates have had at least 3-5 years of experience practicing after residency, are highly motivated with exceptional skills in communication, collaboration, and leadership, and demonstrate a solidly evidence-based practice style, with training in laparoscopic surgery.
Supportive administration and staff for expanding scope of practice.
Interested parties may send CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org
SJMC is financially strong and growing responsibly to meet the needs of the service area.
Led by a respected administrative staff, the 48-bed hospital is the regional medical hub for western Wyoming. SJMC is a Level 3 Trauma Center and has a strong hospitalist program. Radiology services include CT, MRI, breast imaging center, and nuclear medicine.
SJMC is located in beautiful Jackson, WY, a recreational paradise and the gateway to Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks.
Compensation includes competitive base salary, potential for incentive and RVU-based bonuses, paid CME, relocation expenses, full benefits, and retirement plans.
Visit our website to learn more about our facilities, our services, and the western Wyoming region.
Job Requirements Possess and maintain a valid and unrestricted license to practice medicine in the State of Wyoming.
Maintain appropriate certification by the American Board of Urology
Possess and maintain, in good standing, an appropriate category of medical staff privileges at St. John’s Medical Center
Hold and maintain valid certificates of registration with the federal Drug Enforcement Administration and the Wyoming Board of Pharmacy to dispense and administer controlled substances
St. John's Medical Center is celebrating "100 Year of Community Wellness" in 2016!
ABOUT OUR FACILITY: The current facility, located in Jackson, Wyoming, was built in 1991 and now has 108 beds: 48 Acute Care/Primary Care Unit beds and 60 long-term care beds. Nursing and technical specialties include...: Medical/Surgical (PCU), Obstetrics, Intensive Care, Long Term Care (the “Living Center”), Skilled Nursing Care, Operating Room, Recovery Room, Outpatient Surgery, Emergency Room, Home Care & Hospice, Cancer Care & Infusion Services, Laboratory, Radiology, Respiratory Care, Rehabilitation, and Social Services.
St. John’s Medical Center also operates the following Physician Practices: Audiology & Hearing Aids; Cardiology; Cognitive Health; Ear, Nose, Throat & Allergy; Family Health & Urgent Care; General Surgery; Internal Medicine; and Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery.
SJMC HISTORY: St. John’s Medical Center was established in 1916 as part of St. John’s Episcopal Church. Although the hospital no longer has a direct affiliation with the church, it has retained the original name. In 1976, St. John’s became the Teton County Hospital District, and does business as St. John’s Medical Center, with a publicly elected Board of Trustees. In the year 2000, St. John’s Hospital changed its name to St. John’s Medical Center to reflect a growing array of services and our regional customer base. In early 2005, a major renovation and expansion of the medical center was completed.
SJMC is a EOE/Drug Free Employer.