Located in beautiful Ogden, UT, Ogden Regional Medical Center is looking to add a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner to an existing Behavioral Health Program. Join our team of Behavioral Health physicians and clinicians in a new 12 bed inpatient Behavioral Health unit as they expand services offered to patients in the community. Position includes:
- a potential blend of inpatient and outpatient Psychiatry
- collaborative team environment with two existing Psychiatrists
- base salary guarantee and comprehensive benefits package
- opportunities for participation in programmatic development
This excellent, employed opportunity provides a stable practice environment in a workplace that focuses on delivering quality patient care. Apply immediately for consideration for this position.
Affiliation is with the only Level II Trauma Center in Northern Utah to be verified by the American College of Surgeons. Ogden Regional Medical Center is a 240-bed hospital located in the southern part of Weber County. The hospital has a full compliment of subspecialties and was ranked by Solucient in the 100 Top Hospitals.
This family orientated community of 300,000 is just 30 minutes North of Salt Lake City and its world-class culture including, but not limited to, theater, symphony, ballet and professional sports. Ogden is a beautiful geographic area nestled up to the Wasatch Mountain Range just 15 minutes from ski resorts. Regularly recognized as a great place to live and work, the Salt Lake City/Ogden area was ranked as the best place to live in North America in the sixth edition of Places Rated Almanac; Entrepreneur magazine named the Salt Lake/Ogden area as the second best large city in which to locate a business. Financial World rated Utah as the best fiscally-managed state in the nation; Western Blue Chip Economic Forecast and American Demographics magazine refer to Utah as "one of the top three economies in the nation"; Newswatch has cited Salt Lake City as the number one city with the best environment for business; Adweek magazine identified the city as "poised to become a city of the future,"; and Morgan Quinto Press named Utah as the fourth most livable state.