Karissa Viergets, Executive Director
Phone: 307-660-3414
Email: kviergets@whrn.org
PO Box 7039 Gillette, WY 82717
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  •   Why Work in Wyoming?

    This is Wyoming!

    Wyoming is the best of the west . . . three hundred days of sunshine, nine million miles of National Forest land and a western heritage that is still alive and well. Discover our geographic wonders, a landscape that allows for every type of outdoor activity and no crowds to slow you down! When was the last time you counted stars?

  •   Why Work in Wyoming?

    Income Opportunities

    Wyoming has no state income tax and the cost of living is much lower than comparable western states. Thinking about college? The Hathaway Scholarship Program rewards eligible Wyoming students with scholarship money to attend the University of Wyoming or a Wyoming community college and our unemployment rate is one of the lowest in the nation.

  •   Why Work in Wyoming?

    Cultural Life

    Music festivals in mountain settings, jazz in the park, world class productions in civic centers, the state’s cultural calendar is always full. From museums to historic trails, there is always something to learn in Wyoming. The future is here too, with the world’s largest computer, wind energy and environmental planning. Get on your boots and “Cowboy Up,” all over the state with rodeos including Cheyenne Frontier Days, the world’s largest outdoor rodeo.

  •   Why Work in Wyoming?

    Family Life

    Wyoming is a great place to raise a family. Wyoming spends more each year per student than all but two states and has a high school graduation rate of 92%. Wyoming is small town America, but our local school districts think “big time” when it comes to programs and activities for young people. Family time is easy to find with no traffic and a great variety of camping, hiking, and outdoor activities so close to home.

  •   Why Work in Wyoming?

    The Sporting Life

    Hunters and fisherman have known about great Wyoming places for a long time-big game and 22 different game fish species make this a sportsperson’s paradise. Whether tracking birds or buffalo, Wyoming has easy access to public lands and an abundance of wildlife. Skiers, snowmobilers and hikers will find just the right “altitude adjustment” for days of fun and adventure.

  •   Why Work in Wyoming?

    Someone in Wyoming is Looking out for You

    Wyoming Health Resources Network (WHRN) is here on the ground helping you find the right opportunity. Since 1995 we have helped physicians, physician assistants, nurses and allied health providers find the perfect practice site. Nobody knows the healthcare system better than we do and we put that knowledge to work for you with timely information and interviews.

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About WHRN

WHRN serves as a state clearinghouse for information on primary healthcare services in the rural & frontier communities of Wyoming. We maintain an extensive and current database on Wyoming healthcare facilities and their need for professionals. This database provides a vital tool for healthcare professionals looking for opportunities in our great state.

We believe that physician recruitment and successful placements occur when doctors and organizations receive the informed and personalized attention they deserve. We have streamlined the process of finding you a new job in the Cowboy State. Be sure WHRN is the first call you make.

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Karissa Viergets, Executive Director | Phone: 307-660-3414 | Email: kviergets@whrn.org | PO Box 7039 Gillette, WY 82717

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