CCMH offers extraordinary career opportunities for physicians, surgeons, mid-level providers, nurses and a variety of health care professionals. If you are interested in working in an environment that puts emphasis on personal interaction between the patient and care team, where “memory” of the patient is a core value, and where providers have more comprehensive opportunities in the practice of medicine, you will find CCMH to be an attractive option. Here, patient interaction is the very essence of what we do.
The Minnesota and Chippewa Rivers join at Montevideo to provide some of the most impressive landscapes in Southwestern Minnesota. Our town is a place of beauty with lots of hospitality and plenty of things to keep you busy. Montevideo has so much to offer visitors of all ages. Whether you enjoy learning about our historic pioneer background, finding pleasure in the activities the lazy Minnesota River provides, or prefer one of our unique shops or restaurants, we truly have something for everyone.
Most people don’t realize that a community can be progressive without sacrificing quality. In Montevideo, we are dedicated to ensuring opportunities exist for growth, without forgetting a quality of life. We consider advanced healthcare system, strong educational system, diversified and growing business community, meeting the housing needs of the young and aging, recreational opportunities for residents and tourists, our rich history and culture essential parts of life in Montevideo.
Ranked in the top 15 pheasant hunting destinations in the US, our area is a paradise found in the sights of sportsmen and outdoors men. Whether in search of fish, game, or fowl, Montevideo delivers in spades! Lac Qui Parle Wildlife Management Area is a 27,000-acre area, located north and west of Lac qui Parle State Park. The habitat of wetlands, brush lands, woodlands, and native prairie combine to provide cover for birds and small game. Abundant wildlife can be seen almost any time of the year. Lac Qui Parle is best known for hunting. As many as 150,000 Canadian Geese migrate here for their yearly stopover.
The Minnesota is a gentle river, one of the few canoeable rivers in Southwestern Minnesota with the best canoeing occurring during high water time each spring. Lac Qui Parle State Park, just north of Montevideo, offers camping and facilities for hiking, swimming, and horseback riding, along with boat and canoe accesses to the river. In the winter, the park is open too and offers snowmobile and cross country ski trails! The state park is most well-known for hunting as well. You'll find geese, deer, duck, and pheasant in abundance along with fox, squirrels, raccoons and rabbits. Come see what Montevideo has to offer and we're sure you'll want to call it home!