Did you know that Virginia Mason Memorial has a number of jobs available for physicians and nurses that are interest in re-location from Walla Walla to Yakima?
Looking for highly motivated people who are excited to train and become educated in our Pharmacy Technician Training Program. This is a great opportunity to participate in a 6 MONTH UNPAID training opportunity (no tuition req.) Training starts in early January 2016. Requires a full-time commitment, Monday – Friday. Must be 18+ years old and have your high school diploma or equivalent.
Find out why Memorial Family of Services is a place where you would like to work!
Learn more about the Pharmacy Technician Training Program and apply online here.
Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital is looking for a dynamic, visionary leader to serve as our Senior Director for Home Care Services.
Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital is more than just a not-for-profit, 226-bed hospital; it is a Family of Services—including Home Health, Hospice, Palliative Care, and Bereavement. A 2014 Circle of Life Award winner, Memorial’s program has a reputation for quality, innovation, active community engagement, volunteerism and support. It is this community-based approach that made our own inpatient hospice facility (Cottage in the Meadow) possible. Cottage in the Meadow provides a home-away-from-home for terminally ill patients and their loved ones when it matters most.
Memorial is committed to serving those who need care and to providing comprehensive support to terminally ill patients and their families. Simply stated…Memorial’s vision is “To create healthy communities one person at a time.”
Role Summary: The Senior Director of Home Care Services has authority over and is accountable for the overall delivery of Memorial’s home infusion, home health, hospice, palliative care and bereavement programs, including Cottage in the Meadow, our home-away-from-home for terminally ill patients. The Director has overall management responsibility for operating the service line, including program planning, revenue generation, operational analysis, financial analysis, problem resolution, personnel management and performance improvement.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in health related field, including, but not limited to, social work, nursing, therapies, administration, etc. required; Master’s Degree required.
Experience: Five years leadership experience in health care required; home care-specific experience preferred.
Licenses/Certificates/Registration: Currently licensed or certified in State of WA in appropriate field, or in process of obtaining WA license.
Location: In the Yakima Valley community you’ll discover abundant opportunities to enjoy a lifestyle that’s comparable to few other places. It’s all here, in a climate with four beautiful seasons, 300 days of sunshine and blue skies. Seattle, Portland, and Spokane are only three hours away by car, close enough to enjoy – without the challenge of a traffic-ridden daily commute.
Benefits: Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital offers competitive benefits and compensation, comprehensive ongoing training and management’s commitment to provide team members with the tools necessary to excel in their work. Among the benefits Memorial employees enjoy are medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, a generous 401K plan, a free employee wellness clinic, child care (as space is available), and leadership development and education.
Visit our website at http://www.yakimamemorial.org/ for more information and to apply for this position. If you are excited about the opportunities the future of health care presents, we would like to talk to you.
Training Opportunities in the Pharmacy at Memorial!
Looking for highly motivated, committed people who are excited to train and become educated in our Pharmacy Technician Training Program. This is a great opportunity to participate in a 6 MONTH UNPAID training opportunity (no tuition req.) Training starts in early June. Requires a full-time commitment, Monday – Friday. Must be 18+ years old and have your high school diploma or equivalent.
Find out why Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital is a place where you would like to work!
Learn more about the Pharmacy Technician Training Program and apply online here: http://bit.ly/1CI56GD
Job Details: Physician- Gastroenterology
Yakima Gastroenterology Associates is a dynamic, full service gastroenterology practice comprised of 8 gastroenterologists and 3 midlevel providers. Our beautiful 21,000sqft gastroenterology clinic is equipped with state of the art equipment and has an attached free-standing endoscopy center which is capable of doing 45 endoscopies per day. Over 11,000 procedures are completed annually (including ERCP, EUS, Colonoscopy and EGD). We receive over 730 new referrals on a monthly basis. This is an ideal opportunity for a physician that enjoys a stimulating practice environment with flexibility for doing all GI procedures. Enjoy a four day work week and a light call schedule. We offer competative compensation with comprehensive benefit package including malpractice, CME, Medical/Dental/Vision, LTD, Life/AD&D and more…
- Completion of an Accredited Residency and Fellowship
- BC/BE in Gastroenterology
Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital’s Family of Services
For more than 60 years, Memorial has provided and responded to the healthcare needs of the community. Memorial has built a network of support encompassing primary health care and health education that’s second to none for a community of our size. As the region’s leading health care provider and Yakima’s largest employer, we believe that by improving health, we will transform Yakima.
Live the good life…
In the Yakima Valley community, you’ll discover abundant opportunities to enjoy a lifestyle that’s comparable to few other places. It’s all here, in a climate with four beautiful seasons, 300 days of sunshine and blue skies.
You’ll find it ready-made for families with excellent public and private schools, thriving secondary educational facilities, and cultural breadth and diversity.
No matter what you do for fun, recreational opportunities are everywhere. Downhill and cross country skiing, world-class fly fishing and gorgeous hiking trails are within an hour’s drive of Yakima.
Wines from Yakima Valley vineyards have developed an international reputation that rivals Napa Valley. The region is becoming known as one of the finest wine-grape growing areas anywhere.
Seattle, Portland, and Spokane are only two to three hours away by car- close enough to enjoy without having to deal with a grid-locked life.
If you’re ready to live the good life, the Yakima Valley is the place to call home.
Memorial Outpatient Psychiatric Services is seeking a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner to join our team. Join two BC adult psychiatrists in our offices overlooking beautiful Lake Aspen. We partner with a large network of primary care providers and specialists to best meet patients’ needs. Enjoy fully developed EMRs in both the in-patient and out-patient environment. Inpatient responsibility includes call and rounding for a 4-bed inpatient unit. Call is distributed equally among the providers; 1:4 upon arrival of our fourth provider. We offer a comprehensive benefit package including malpractice, CME, Medical/Dental/Vision, LTD, Life/AD&D and more.
Hello again my friends. The ride home from that wonderful reception at North Star Lodge was, I dare say, yet another adventure for your Intrepid Cancer Cure Rider. After a fantastic escort by my fellow North Star Lodge riders from Ellensburg to Yakima:
Yours Truly hit the road under escort by Mission Control and “Wingnut”. Leanne and Greg both said they wouldn’t be leaving my side until I was home, and they were good to their word. However, it would seem that Mother Nature had to have one final shot at me!:
In addition to that cloudburst, which rivaled the ones I saw in Florida, we had construction, rolling slowdowns on Snoqualmie Summit, and the usual crazy RV drivers and trailers during these last few days of summer…
Working collaboratively with local primary care physicians, our Hospitalist team provides high-quality patient-centered care at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital. Memorial has an outstanding medical staff, including access to all medical and surgical sub-specialties. We offer flexible scheduling with a reasonable workload, and a comprehensive compensation package. There are opportunities for faculty appointment and medical student teaching.
Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital is seeking a Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Care Center Medical Director. Patient care will make up 75% of this position and will include hyperbaric medicine consultations, hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatment supervision, wound care management, wound care procedures, (including debridement) and RN case manager supervision.
Apply now for the Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Care Center Medical Director >>
• Expanding ultrasound department with exciting growth opportunities.
• General, Vascular, Breast, OB and/or Neonatal experience preferred
• Perinatal Center run in conjunction with University of Washington Perinatologists
• Out Patient Imaging Center and Hospital Department
• Flexible work schedules
WHAT YOU BRING
• Registered or registry eligible Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
• Completion of an accredited ultrasound school and 3 or more years of experience as a sonographer, strongly preferred.
• Previous leadership or supervisory experience a plus.
• Great interpersonal listening and communication skills.
HOW WE WORK WITH YOU
• Competitive pay including a comprehensive benefit package.
• Commitment to our investment in staff development and we will provide the support you need for career growth!
• Hospital Run Child Care Center
WHERE WE ARE
Yakima -the gateway to Washington’s wine country. Nearly a quarter of a million people live in our Valley, less than three hours from Seattle, Portland and Spokane.
In the Yakima Valley community, you’ll discover abundant opportunities to enjoy a lifestyle that’s comparable to few other places. Whether you prefer pastoral and rural or the bustle of a modern revitalized downtown, it’s all here, in a climate with four beautiful seasons and plenty of sunshine and blue skies.
The Yakima Valley experience will give you a new perspective on what it means to enjoy life – the opportunity to make a difference.
If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please complete an application online, email your CV to ShelleydeOliveira@yvmh.org or call (509) 5745-5946.