Liberty Medical Center is a progressive not-for-profit 25 bed critical access hospital with a rural health clinic attached. The hospital on average sees 400-500 emergency room visits and 6000 clinic visits per year.
Chester, MT is the county seat of Liberty County located in the north-central part of the state. The community is very supportive of the medical center.
With approved mill levies and the Hi-Line Health Foundation, the citizens have shown their desire to be partners in assuring continued excellent health care for the area.
Liberty County is home to some wonderful natural beauty and recreational opportunities. Tiber Dam, the Marias River, and the Sweet Grass Hills are all a short drive from town. Glacier National Park and the surrounding area provide close access to the Montana Rocky Mountains and world class site-seeing, hiking, fishing, and hunting.
Director of Human Resources
(406) 759-5181 ext. 6514
Come in or call and find out about our competitive wages and benefit package!
*Optional - paper applications may be used instead of the online application.
Applications taken until positions are filled
Pre-Employment Drug Test Required
NHSC Program Funding
The NHSC can provide funding to primary care clinicians interested in service communities in need. They offer a scholarship program and a loan repayment program and more.
Liberty Medical Center is actively recruiting for a full-time Montana Board Certified Rural Family Medicine Physician. Requirements for this position consist of 4 weekday clinic hours with 1 in 4 call rotation for Emergency Room coverage. Excellent benefit package. Sign-on Bonus and Relocation Cost Available.
For more information contact Bev Halter, Director of Human Resources
Full time; part time; and supplemental positions w/various shifts.
Requires call on weekends and nights. Must have a Montana License and National Certification for lab tech. Associates Degree or higher and work experience preferred.
Hours: M-F 7:30 – 4:30
Responsible for greeting patients, collecting patient information, drawing blood, data entry, microbiology specimen processing, general lab specimen processing, performance of electrocardiograms (EKGs) and waived testing, ordering of materials, stocking of materials, recording of temperatures, hazardous waste management, distribution of lab reports, faxing of reports/information, answering phone and directing calls, calling physician offices/hospitals for patient orders/information. The Phlebotomist provides services of both a technical and non-technical nature in the laboratory service area.
Full time, part time, and supplemental positions available with variable shifts.
Supplemental positions w/various shifts
Full-Time and Part- Time Positions available.
Contact Human Resources for more information