A career at Three Rivers Hospital and Three Rivers Family Medicine offers you the opportunity to work in a rural, underserved health care environment, in a community with a great need for excellent family physicians. We offer a competitive total rewards package that provides our employees with a range of benefit options so you can choose what is right for you.
Three Rivers Hospital is a mission-driven hospital that is dedicated to upholding our values. Our greatest asset is the people who are committed to our organization.
As an employee of Three Rivers Hospital, you are the key to upholding our vision to be a trusted community partner providing excellence in healthcare. Skilled, experienced employees like you ensure a foundation for consistent, compassionate care for every patient.
At the confluence of the Columbia, Okanogan and Methow Rivers is the town of Brewster, Washington. The snowcapped peaks of the Cascades rise to Brewster's west as their foothills roll down to the rivers' banks. Orchards surround the town as these dramatically steep hills drop toward the river creating an ideal place to grow world-class apples and cherries.
With over 300 days of sunshine a year our region boasts an amazing array of outdoor activities that include: world-class golf at Gamble Sands; boating on Lake Chelan; fishing the Columbia River; hiking and cross country skiing in the Methow Valley; downhill skiing and snowboarding at the Loup; exploring far-flung places like Stehekin, Mazama and Conconully; driving through the vast rolling wheat fields around Mansfield; experiencing the massive power at Chief Joseph Dam in Bridgeport; relaxing by the water at Sweet River Bakery in Pateros; not to mention all the hiking, biking, snowmobiling and ATV trails across our region.
Many of our staff choose to live in communities near Brewster such as Lake Chelan, a stunning community that enjoys incredible views that rise over 7,000 feet from the lakeshore. The tranquility, spectacular setting and lush resources have inspired and sustained generations of family businesses, shops, restaurants and wineries. Other enjoy the Methow Valley which follows the Methow River from the Columbia River up to the phenomenal Cascades National Park.
In the Methow, the town of Twisp is known as the arts and culture center of the Methow. In the idyllic mountain village, you can browse local art galleries, jewelry shops and a print arts studio; take in a play at the Merc Playhouse; visit TwispWorks--the former Twisp Ranger Station, now home to art studios and the Methow Valley Interpretive Center, a small museum of natural and Native American history of the Methow Valley.
Further up-valley is Winthrop, an old west town with wood boardwalks and kitschy western charm. Winthrop is home to the nation's largest cross-country skiing location, with over 120 miles of groomed trails. In addition to Nordic skiing, Winthrop is home to an award-winning outdoor ice rink, an alpine ski area, backcountry skiing, fat biking, snowshoeing, sledding and world-renowned snowmobiling. Popular summer activities include rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking, road cycling, paddle boarding, river rafting, horse-back riding, hunting and fishing. Winthrop events include a Balloon Festival, Rhythm and Blues Festival, the Methow Valley Rodeo, the Methow Valley Chamber Music Festival, Vintage Wheels Show, and Christmas at the End of the Road.
Though you have many interesting possibilities for things to do and great places to live, the most important part of your experience here is the impact you can make in this critical-access, rural community’s healthcare.