Primary Care | Rural Locations
Family Medicine | Brush/Ft. Morgan/Sterling (CO), Ogallala (NE), Torrington (WY)
Family Med w/ OB | Wheatland/Worland (WY), Fallon (NV)
WHAT WILL YOU GAIN BY GOING RURAL?
- 30% higher compensation than national average
- $100k loan repayment
- Flexibility in your schedule
- Ability lunch with your family or catch your kids' school functions
- Safety and security for self and my family
- Leadership possibilities
- Building a practice the way you had in mind
- Immediate respect in the community
- Freedom to spend quality time with patients, providing unrushed care
- The support of a large healthcare system
- Much, much more!!
ADVANTAGES OF A SMALL TOWN PRACTICE | Rural medicine offers some of the most exciting opportunities in American medicine – a wide variety of cases, practicing full-spectrum primary care, challenging and rare opportunities, greater emphasis on patient relationships, less time-consuming call, less bureaucracy with greater opportunity for development.
WHAT OUR RURAL PROVIDERS ARE SAYING:
"We have amazing recreational opportunities all around. A short commute leaves more time with my family and the great outdoors. I feel more secure about the safety of my family. I feel respect and gratitude from my community." Dr. Marion Smith (Torrington, WY)
"Born & raised in Denver, I moved my family to Nebraska to start my career as a Banner Health Physician. I found greater purpose as a doctor, am appreciated in the community & my family & I immediately fit in. We have an excellent quality of life here. I consider my colleagues family. We've escaped the materialistic competition & got back to what's important in life." - Dr. Gabe Godina (Ogallala, NE)
"Practicing rural medicine means caring for people who work hard every day. It means taking care of multiple generations, whole families, and knowing their stories. I enjoy the relationships that we develop we the staff, patients, and community. I get to raise my children in a safe place. We ride go-carts in the evening to our neighbors to feed the horses. And if we want a luxury of a big city, it's only a nap time's length drive away." - Dr. Danielle McDonald (Brush, CO)