A career at Bear Valley Community Hospital offers employees the opportunity to work in a comprehensive health care environment. Bear Valley Community Healthcare District offers a competitive total rewards package that provides our employees with health, protection, savings, and work/life needs. We provide a range of benefit options so employees can choose what is right for them.
As an organization, we value the contributions of each employee, physician, and volunteer. We encourage suggestions, listen attentively, and follow through. We recognize the importance of everyone who works here, treat one another with respect, and promote teamwork. Our greatest asset is the people who are committed to our organization.
A career in healthcare is rewarding and highly respected. As an employee of Bear Valley Community Healthcare District, employees are the key to providing the personal and professional contact with patients necessary to maintain quality patient care. Skilled, experienced employees ensure a foundation for consistent, compassionate care for every patient, while also serving as mentors for new staff.
Big Bear Lake, CA
Big Bear Lake is a unique mountain resort community located 100 miles northeast of Los Angeles and surrounded by the San Bernardino National Forest. About 21,000 residents make their home here full-time.
Altitude ranges from 6,750 to 9,000 feet. There are over 300 days of sunshine each year. Summer temperatures average around 80 degrees during the day, and 45 degrees at night. Winter brings about 100 inches of snowfall, and temperatures which average in the low 40's during the day, and mid 20's at night.
Pine and oak forests flourish in Big Bear's alpine environment. The area provides a natural habitat for approximately 30 wintering bald eagles and 29 species of rare plants, ten of which are indigenous to the area. Our lake is a fresh water lake seven miles long. The average width is 1/2 mile, with a maximum depth of 72 feet and over 22 miles of shoreline.
Our community is full of recreational opportunities such as fishing, water sports, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, tours and winter sports. It's home to one of the nation's only alpine solar observatories. Big Bear also features a public zoo, a nine-hole golf course, seven public campgrounds, great restaurants, entertainment and lots of shopping. Big Bear's airport is open 24 hours every day and is equipped for night landings. AirTaxi/Charter service is available.