ABOUT KINGMAN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER:
Kingman Regional Medical Center is the largest healthcare provider and the only remaining not-for-profit hospital in Mohave County, Arizona. As a 235-bed multi-campus healthcare system, our medical center includes more than 1,900 employees, 270 physicians/allied health professionals, and 150 volunteers. Kingman Regional Medical Center is recognized as an innovator in rural healthcare, Arizona’s first rural teaching hospital, and a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network. In 2010, KRMC was one of the first hospitals in the nation to become a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network. With this membership, we have direct access to Mayo Clinic medical expertise, research, and clinical practices. We provide a full-continuum of highly-technical and specialized medical services to meet the healthcare needs of our community.
Our employees achieve a great work life balance with the support of many generous programs and benefits that KRMC offers such as: Medical/Dental/Vision coverage, H.S.A. with employer matching funds, FSA, Paid Time Off, 403(b) retirement with employee matching contributions, onsite wellness center, onsite day care services exclus...ive to KRMC employees, STD and LTD disability programs, and so much more!
Recruitment Brochure: https://www.azkrmc.com/sites/default/files/Email-Recruitment-Brochure.pdf
ABOUT KINGMAN, AZ:
Kingman is located in Northwestern Arizona about 105 miles south of Las Vegas and 200 miles North of Phoenix. Kingman represents classic small-town America with a unique culture and traditions rooted in cattle ranching, railroad, turquoise mining, and the famous Route 66. Kingman residents feel this is a place where they can be involved with their community and make a difference through local community programs, churches, and individual clubs.
Our weather is perfect for year round outdoor activities! Our elevation of 3,500ft. above sea level keeps us cooler than Phoenix and Las Vegas with temperatures averaging of a high around 96?F and low around 31?F during our summer and winter months.
Recreational opportunities include golf courses, parks, hiking/biking and OHV trail systems. Fourteen miles southeast of Kingman is beautiful Hualapai Mountain Park, operated by Mohave County. At an elevation of 6,700 feet, this cool oasis has cabins, RV parks, campgrounds, picnicking, hiking and hosts several special events through-out the year. The Kingman area has numerous area attractions including wineries, a wildlife park and unique small communities. Mohave County also boasts 1,000 miles of shoreline on the Colorado River including Lakes Mead, Havasu and Mohave. These areas provide fishing, boating, swimming, and water sports.
Three school systems offer both traditional and on-line learning environments and include the Kingman Unified School District #20, Kingman Academy of Learning and the Kingman Blended Learning Center operated by Arizona Virtual Academy, a K-12 affiliate. Post-secondary education is provided by Mohave Community College and the Kingman Extended Campus of Northern Arizona University.
Kingman Tourism website: https://www.gokingman.com/
Visit Arizona magazine about Kingman: https://www.visitarizona.com/places/cities/kingman/