Advanced Practice Registered Nurses / Physician Assistants
Hospital, Public and Private
3 openings available.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: CRNA
San Juan Regional Medical Center Anesthesiology in Farmington, NM, is seeking an experienced CRNA. Will consider new graduates. Join six full-time Anesthesiologists, fourteen CRNAs when fully staffed, and three Anesthesia Techs. Covered procedures include General, Acute Pain Service, Pre-op screening, Outpatient surgery, Neurosurgery, Trauma Anesthesia, Critical Care Medicine, Orthopedic, Pediatric, Obstetric, Thoracic Anesthesia, Ped/Adult Dental, OMFS. Anesthesiologists supervise CRNAs. Successful Applicants must have New Mexico CRNA license upon hire and NBCRNA Certification.
Equitable pay system regardless of seniority. Base pay is 230K with higher earning potential based on call coverage. 8 and 10 hour shifts available, with occasional call.
You can look forward to:
An equitable pay system regardless of seniority. Base pay is $230K with higher earning potential based on call coverage.
Outstanding benefit package
Generous Paid Time Off (PTO)/six and a half weeks; one week CME w/stipend
Sign-on bonus up to $15,000 and relocation package
Quality work/life balance
San Juan Regional Medical Center is a non-profit and community governed facility. Farmington offers a temperate four-season climate near the Rocky Mountains with world-class snow skiing, fly fishing, golf, hiking and water sports. Easy access to world renowned Santa Fe Opera, cultural sites, National Parks, and monuments. Farmington is located 45 minutes away from Durango, CO and 3 hours away from Moab, UT. Farmington’s strong sense of community and vibrant Southwest culture make it a great place to pursue a work-life balance.
Located in the beautiful San Juan River Valley in northwest New Mexico, San Juan Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) is a non-profit, community owned hospital with state-of-the-art operating suites and 72 private patient rooms with fresh air balconies. SJRMC has a rich heritage that dates back before New Mexico was a state. In 1910, two physicians, Dr. G.W. Sammons and Dr. A.M. Smith started an eight-bed hospital so patients in San Juan County, New Mexico would not have to travel the treacherous 50 miles to Mercy Hospital in Durango, Colorado. As years passed, community members and staff gave their own money to buy supplies for the hospital to keep it growing and grow it did, from eight beds in 1910 to the 194 beds that exist today. That spirit of community continues as hospital employees, physicians and volunteers reflect diverse backgrounds, but the principal motivation of doing worthwhile work and making a difference is a thriving inheritance. A community hospital with a regional outreach, SJRMC is a values-driven organization that strives to deliver on its mission and achieve its vision through the use of the core values.Through regional outreach, SJRMC supports patients and fa...milies in the Four Corners region of New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Utah. The organization offers a continuum of care which includes a level III trauma center; regional cancer center; spine center; heart center; rehabilitation hospital; outpatient diagnostic center; onsite daycare facility; hospital-owned AirCare air-ambulance service and all the San Juan Health Partners specialty clinics which have expanded beyond Farmington to Aztec, Bloomfield, and southern Colorado. As the Four Corners region grows, SJRMC responds by expanding services to meet the needs of the area.
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