About the Organization
The Colorado Rural Health Center is the State Office of Rural Health for Colorado. The Center administers a broad mix of programs and services to address healthcare issues in rural Colorado. In response to workforce issues, the Center created the Colorado Provider Recruitment (CPR) program. CPR acts as a non-profit placement service, matching dedicated providers who are interested in rural practice or urban community health center practice to communities that best meet the provider's personal and professional needs.
For more information, please visit us online at www.coruralhealth.org.
About the Community
Colorado Provider Recruitment has well over 30 physician job opportunities available in small towns and urban underserved areas throughout the state of Colorado. Health care facilities included among those hiring are Rural Health Clinics, Federally Qualified Health Centers, rural private practices, Critical Access Hospitals and rural hospitals.