Neonatology Opportunity in Northwest Montana
Just a stone’s throw from Glacier National Park, Kalispell, Montana offers an active,
outdoor lifestyle with amazing scenery and adventure. Kalispell Regional Healthcare
provides a unique collegial medical environment that is committed to excellence.
Opening in spring 2019, Montana Children's Medical Center has the largest group of
pediatric specialists, including pediatric surgery, in the state. The specialists also
provide services at outreach locations throughout Montana. Learn more about
Montana Children's and the pediatric specialists at krh.org/children.
- Seeking energetic BC/BE Neonatologist
committed to clinical excellence
- Recent experience needed in high frequency
ventilation, whole body cooling, post-op
surgical care, inhaled nitric oxide
- State-wide referral base
- Competitive compensation package
- Newly constructed 190,000 sq ft Montana
Children's facility, opening in spring 2019
- Twelve bed NICU
- Established transport – fixed wing, rotor and
ground emergency medical transport
- Year-round recreational location
Improve health, comfort, and life.
Kalispell Regional Healthcare (KRH) is a 300-bed health care system located in Kalispell, Montana. KRH serves more than 170,000 people within a geographical region of 20,000 square miles and employs more than 3,200 team members.
Comprising the health care system are two acute-care hospitals (Kalispell Regional Medical Center and The HealthCenter), a skilled nursing facility (Brendan House), a fitness facility (The Summit Medical Fitness Center), a mental health and substance abuse facility (Pathways Treatment Center), a durable medical equipment company (Kalispell Medical Equipment) and more than 20 primary and specialty physician clinics.
Kalispell is the county seat for Flathead County’s 90,000 residents, but the cities of Whitefish and Columbia Falls help comprise the primary population of the area. The Flathead Valley also encompasses a handful of smaller communities that offer many amenities while balanced with a friendly, home-town appeal. Area public schools and Flathead Valley Community College provide great educational resources for kiddos and the life-long learner.
Considered the gateway to Glacier National Park, this area contains endless natural treasures and adventures. With topography formed by glaciers, there are numerous rivers, lakes and mountain ranges to explore. During the summer take advantage of fly fishing, golfing, river rafting, hiking, mountaineering, sailing and more. For the winter months enjoy two local ski hills, cross-country skiing, winter festivals and handcrafted spirits at neighborhood breweries and distilleries.
Montana has earned the moniker “The Last Best Place” for a good reason: it offers an array of recreational opportunities, access to arts and culture, affordable cost of living, friendly neighbors and plenty of elbow room. The culture here is laid-back and boots & jeans are acceptable at just about any affair. Montana is known for hard-working, well-educated individuals that are quick to extend a helping hand to their neighbors.