Family Nurse Practitioner– Family Practice / Rural Health with ER and Hospitalist Coverage (Critical Access) – Central Montana (Fort Benton) –Loan Repayment NHSC eligible Location with a HRSA Rating of 16 (New Grads with EMT of Meaningful Medical Background Considered)
We are seeking a Family Nurse Practitioner to work in a rural health clinic setting with ER and Hospitalist Coverage. The Provider would be working for a small rural/ frontier critical Access facility where the average daily census is 2.5 patients and the ER sees approximately 90 patients per month. The Provider would work in the RHC and see typically 20 patients per day. The provider would enjoy one half day off per week (Mon-Fri) as well as a full service lab as well as X-Ray and CT capabilities. The provider would work with 2 other Provides and one Physician/MD and hospital call will be rotated 1:4 with the other Providers. Most of the patients with major trauma are shipped to Great Falls or Billings. A new 5 million dollar expansion and remodel of the hospital and clinic was recently completed as well. A competitive compensation package is offered with a base salary of $100,000-$115,000, $10,000 signing bonus in exchange for a two year commitment and a relocation allowance of $4,000 (reimbursed with receipts). The relocation is negotiable depending upon the needs of the candidate. For Providers that have student loans the Provider would be able to apply through the NHSC as the hospital is in a HRSA area with a rating of 16. This is a separate application with the Federal Government but if awarded the Provider would receive $25,000 per year paid directly to their Federally qualified student loans (Minimum of a two year commitment required in exchange for $50,000). Comprehensive benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision and 401K with PTO and paid holidays. CME allowance (un-capped) malpractice paid 100% including tail coverage. Excellent opportunity to work in frontier medicine with hiking, boating, fishing water skiing, excellent schools, clean air, good shopping and no congestion. The larger towns (Great Falls and Billings are convenient to this location. Great opportunity for someone that loves frontier /rural medicine in a small rural setting that wants to be part of a smaller community.