Finding Your Community
Oregon's small towns are places where community is the key to quality of life. Local primary care providers are integral to that sense of community. Specialty providers and allied healthcare professionals provide additional strength to the community. You are needed here. You will be appreciated here. Let the ORH Recruitment Staff help you discover the variety of opportunities that await you in rural Oregon — where you can live on a rugged ocean beach, between high desert bluffs, or among snow-crested mountains.
Oregon. Things look different here. Find out what that means as you explore the many exciting opportunities awaiting physicians and other healthcare professionals in rural Oregon.
Our Recruitment staff links practitioners - family practice and internal medicine physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants – with practices that meet their professional needs in a community that interests the practitioner and their family.
We work with rural and underserved practice sites throughout Oregon including hospitals, clinics, groups and solo practice and post opportunities at www.3RNet.org via our office. We define "rural" communities as those with a population of less than 40,000, located at least ten miles from a community of that size or larger. We are committed to the rural community and underserved populations.
Clinicians may access practice opportunities at www.3RNet.org . Simply register as a candidate and then search opportunities. You are able to make direct contact with the facility HR staff indicated on the posting via e-mail.
Need assistance in finding the right match for you? Please contact Julie Hoffer, our Recruitment Specialist. Julie is available to work with you one-on-one and committed to assisting you in finding potential practice opportunity sites suitable for you and your family. Begin by completing the Provider Interview Form to provide us with background information on you and your family.
New providers are entering the workforce face a burden of student loan debt, so our Office administers several incentive programs for serving underserved areas of Oregon. These incentives include state income tax credits, federal loan repayment programs, insurance subsidy, and participation in OHSU student/resident clinical rotations.
Please contact us if we can be of assistance to you.
Recruitment Services Coordinator
Oregon Office of Rural Health/L593
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd
Portland OR 97239-3098
toll free (866) 674-4376