Mountain View Regional Hospital is the premiere surgical specialty hospital in Casper, Wyoming, and the Rocky Mountain region. We offer leading-edge surgical treatments and the highest levels of comfort and care in a healing environment.
(Open positions change frequently, so please apply if you are interested in joining our team regardless of whether you see a position that fits your needs or not.)
Certified Nurse Assistant (FT/PT Nights & Days)
Under the supervision of a Registered Nurse assists patients with activities of daily living, providing basic care to patients and assists in the maintenance of a safe and clean environment. Demonstrates the ability to provide clerical support and receptionist duties to enhance delivery of patient care when needed. Demonstrates the ability to work under pressure and in situations that demand patience, tact, stamina and endurance. High school diploma or equivalent, with documented certification as a Nursing Assistant. Must be able to achieve BLS certification within 60 days of employment. Ability to relate and work effectively with others. Demonstrated skills in verbal and written English communications for safe and effective patient care and to meet documentation standards.
Case Manager/Discharge Planner (FT Days and On-Call as needed)
Manages patients in the healthcare continuum to achieve optimal clinical, financial, operational and satisfaction outcomes. Acts in a leadership function with the interdisciplinary healthcare team to promote/facilitate discharge planning. Establishes and promotes collaborative relationships with physicians, patients and families. Requires some travel and collaborative care with local rehabilitation facilities for follow-up care. Min requirements include WY RN licensure and 3-5 years case management exp in healthcare setting. This position reports to the Chief Nursing Officer
Accounts Receivable (Billing/Collection) Clerks (FT - 3 Positions)
Under the supervision of the Business Office Manager, the individual is responsible for assuring that duties are accurately performed in completion of, but not limited to, the following areas: maintain up-to-date billing system, generate and send out electronic and paper UB-04/HCFA-1500 forms, follow up on, collect & allocate insurance payments, carry out billing, collection, and reporting activities according to specific deadlines, perform account reconciliations, research & resolve payment discrepancies, generate account age analysis, review AR aging to ensure compliance, maintain AR customer files and records, follow established procedures for processing receipts, cash, etc., process credit card payments, prepare bank deposits, investigate & resolve patient queries, process adjustments, communicate with patients via phone, mail, or personally, assist with month-end closing. Minimum requirements: HS Diploma; Associates Degree in related field (preferred) and 2-4 years billing/collection experience in healthcare (hospital) Business Office setting.
Under the supervision of the Chief Executive Officer, the individual is responsible for assuring that supplies, equipment, and all materials are available for the daily operation of the hospital.. Maintains accurate records associated with the ordering, receiving and processing for payment all requisitions and purchase orders. Manages the automated systems to support the materials management/purchasing function. Supervises the Materials Management/Purchasing staff
Minimum requirements include Bachelors Degree in Business Management, Purchasing, Logistics/Supply Chain Management or related area and 5-8 years of purchasing/materials management experience in a healthcare setting.
12 hour shifts + call. Delivers nursing care to a population of post surgical/medical patients. Previous medical, neuro, surgical nursing experience (minimum 1 year) preferred. Current BLS with ACLS/PALS required within first six months of employment. Ability to relate and work effectively with others. Minimum Requirements include RN Licensure in Wyoming and 1-3 years previous critical care experience (monitored unit).
Registered Nurse (PRN - Pain Management)
Provides excellent patient centered care in a procedural setting for an assigned group of patients across the age continuum. Utilizing the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation to provide nursing care within the interventional pain procedural area. Serves in the role of procedural nurse, provides effective intra-procedural care (i.e. pre-procedure patient teaching, procedural positioning, drug administration, post procedure discharge teaching and patient follow up.) Performs efficiently, and autonomously with post procedure follow up, answering patient phone calls, researching patient care plan electronically, with completion of the necessary order either as a procedure, imaging or outside referral. Able to work under pressure in a fast paced environment, and in situations that demand patience, tact, stamina and endurance. Minimum Requirements include RN Licensure in Wyoming and 1-3 years previous experience; CPR/BLS certification required and ACLS within 6 months of hire.
Provides pharmacy services within the licensure of a pharmacist in the State of Wyoming. Reviews orders, lab values, diagnoses, and other clinical patient data to assure appropriate drug therapy. Assists in maintaining a hospital formulary. Orders, stores, prepares and distributes drugs in accordance with law and accreditation standards. Maintains documentation according to law and accreditation standards. Assists with clinical and IT projects approved by the pharmacist-in-charge. PharmD preferred; Current licensure in WY. Previous experience as a pharmacist in a hospital setting is preferred. Current BLS Certification.
Clinical Informatics RN
Mountain View Regional Hospital, is seeking an experienced and motivated, FT Clinical Informatics RN, who will be responsible for the implementation and maintenance of clinical modules within the EMR, coordinating the Meditech users group, troubleshooting ongoing operational issues, act as contact for local and corporate clinical/IT issues and keeping up with and communicating to staff the latest versions of Meditech. The selected individual ensures that clinical modules meet HFAP, CMS, and hospital regulations and policies. Min requirements include WY RN licensure; BSN in Clinical Informatics or related area preferred and 3-5 years clinical/IT experience in a healthcare setting. Competitive compensation and benefits package offered. Please email your resume to email@example.com.
Currently seeking a full-time surgical technologist with validation of graduation from a surgical technologist program to work in the peri-operative setting. Certification and experience is preferred but will accept applications from newly graduated students. Under the supervision of the Manager of Surgical Services and at the direction of Registered Nurses, surgical technicians perform scrubbing and assisting duties within and support of the sterile field during operative procedures and assures proper care and maintenance of all surgical instrumentation and equipment. Demonstrates knowledge of principles and practices of aseptic technique. Demonstrates knowledge of equipment, instruments, armamentarium, procedures, implants and supplies used in the operating room. Able to work under pressure and in situations that demand patience, tact, stamina and endurance.