posted on June 13, 2014 11:24
There’s more to explore in Montana. From Glacier Country in the northwest to Yellowstone and beyond, Montana’s open skies cover mountains, glaciated valleys, forests, prairies, and breathtaking scenery throughout.
If you’ve considered working and playing in Big Sky Country, you know there’s more to consider than spectacular views and an abundance of wildlife. That’s where MHA – An Association of Montana Healthcare Providers comes in.
MHA, 3RNet’s Montana member, knows their state. They of course call Montana their own home, and they can guide you through all the plains and peaks. Montanans are proud, yet humble and kind people. To consider yourself one means joining a culture that thrives on solid work ethic, helps their neighbor, and supports their blossoming community.
MHA staff have explored Montana – they know the best mountains to ski and hike and the best shopping and fine dining. More so, they know Montana’s hospitals, CEOs and human resources directors. They have a sense of what all Montana communities are like.
If you’re looking to practice medicine in Montana, you’ve found your connection. No need to call that friend-of-a-friend your second cousin Berta mentioned (not that you shouldn’t - we hear they make great pie). MHA has done your homework for you. Phone calls, emails, and site visits with health care facilities across the state complete the ongoing conversation about open positions and even jobs that will need to be filled down the road. Proactive administrators and MHA staff work together to get an understanding of what is available: loan repayment, housing, and the ‘personality’ of each facility. When looking for a physician or other health care provider for a job in Montana, their goal is not just to recruit, but to retain. The best fit for a candidate is as important as what’s appropriate for a facility. They are able to get to know you and help you find more than a paycheck.
Interested in joining a state booming with oil, agriculture, and health care? Look no further. Hospitals and clinics across Montana know their partner, MHA, will connect them with the best-fit candidates. And, because MHA knows the facilities, they can give you unbiased information on any jobs you are interested in. Learn more about current job openings in Montana and explore your potential in the Big Sky state.