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Ivinson Memorial Hospital believes you should enjoy the freedom to do what you love.
Contact us today to see how Ivinson can be a part of what you love.
ContactPlease send your CV to:
Sagan Hunsaker Wheeler, Generalist & Physician Recruiter
(p): 307-755-4609 (e): firstname.lastname@example.org
Open PositionsInternal Medicine
Flourishing at IvinsonYour career shouldn't get in the way of your life. At Ivinson, you'll practice at an award-winning, thriving community hospital in Laramie where you'll take care of patients-and still find time to be with the ones you love.
Whether you're looking to join an employed medical group or establish an independent practice and serve on our hospital staff, we may have what you're looking for.
Some of the great parts of practicing at Ivinson:
In 2014, Ivinson was recognized by Avatar, Studer Group, and Mountain-Pacific Quality Health as providing high-quality patient care.
Ivinson helps recent graduates get their career in gear by providing assistance paying off their student loans.
Our relationship with UC Health connects our physicians to an extensive network of healthcare providers and offers career opportunities such as faculty appointments, clinic-academic position and residency programs.
Setting Down Roots in LaramieLaramie is a friendly and welcoming mid-sized community in southeastern Wyoming with a population of 30,000 people. The city has everything you and your family needs to feel right at home:
Forbes voted Wyoming #3 for the best state to make a living, ranking ahead of all other states in the region!
The University of Wyoming is a nationally recognized research institute with an enrollment of about 13,000. As the second largest employer in the state, the University of Wyoming brings invaluable cultural and economic capital to the city of Laramie.
In Albany County School District 1, students at every grade level statistically score at or above state averages on state exams. Its junior class is 3rd in the state for ACT scores, and high school graduates in 2014 qualified for and received almost $3 million in scholarship money at universities across the country.
Laramie is nestled between two mountain ranges: the Snowy Range (30 miles west) and the Laramie Range
(7 miles east), allowing outdoor enthusiasts convenient access to beautiful mountains and activities like rock climbing,
biking, skiing, fishing, camping, and much more.
Laramie is positioned at the intersection of I-80 and US-287, so residents have easy access to nearby cities such as:
Cheyenne - 50 miles
Fort Collins CO - 65 miles
Denver CO - 130 miles
Additionally, Laramie Regional Airport provides daily commercial flights to Denver International Airport, allowing fliers to
avoid the hassle of driving into Colorado to travel.