Work in one location or many and in a variety of clinical areas.
Whether you want to work in one location, or find more flexibility and work in different locations, Intermountain offers a variety of diverse opportunities with 23 hospitals and 215 clinics across Utah, southern Idaho, and Southern Nevada. You can choose from nursing positions in inpatient, outpatient, homecare, and telehealth settings.
In addition, Intermountain’s Nursing Professional Practice Model and nursing strategy supports our nurses in their professional practice and provides a strong professional framework for nurses to feel empowered, advocate, lead, innovate, and collaborate and to provide the safest and highest-quality patient care.
Level 1 Trauma Centers
Primary Children’s Hospital is the only Level 1 Pediatric Trauma center serving a five-state region. Primary Children’s has a dedicated pediatric and neonatal team that transports more than 1,500 patients each year. Our philosophy is to provide safe, high-quality care as close to home as possible.
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Intermountain Medical Center offers a full array of services, including heart, cancer, neurological, transplant, OB, critical care, wellness services and more.
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Other Hospital Locations
Park City Hospital (formerly Park City Medical Center) is a full-service community hospital dedicated to serving the medical needs of the community with access to the most advanced medical knowledge and capabilities available. This visually stunning facility provides a spectacular mountain backdrop and supports a variety of green initiatives to minimize the impact of the hospital on the natural environment.
Park City is home to the annual Sundance Film Festival and many different sport and recreational activities such as hiking, biking, and rafting. Park City Hospital is also proud to be the official medical sponsor for the United States Ski and Snowboard Association.
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Dixie Regional Medical Center is the major medical referral center for northwestern Arizona, southeastern Nevada, and southern Utah. All Women's and Children's care are housed here, along with a fully accredited cancer center, infusion services, wound care, hyperbaric medicine, behavioral medicine, an inpatient acute rehabilitation unit, and more.
Dixie National Forest, the largest national forest in Utah, provides plenty of outdoor recreation activities such as camping, fishing, hiking, and more. Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon are also located in this area and offer breathtaking views.
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