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Life at Idaho Falls Community Hospital

We believe in taking care of others and helping our friends and neighbors feel their best. That same philosophy extends to our team. We know our employees are our greatest asset, which is why we are so dedicated to each team members’ success. We work hard to ensure every employee feels supported and encouraged to reach their goals – inside and outside of work.

We want our employees to take time off, be healthy, happy and have the financial resources they need. When our employees feel good, we have a stronger, healthier team.

Benefits & Perks

Collaborative & Supportive Work Environment

 

Comprehensive Health Plans

 

Earned Quarterly Bonus Program

 

Competitive Retirement Plan

 

Educational Reimbursement

 

Flexible Paid Time Off

 

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Building A Compassionate Team

To take care of a growing community, we will need many helping hands. Our team helps change people's lives for the better. If you want to make a difference, we may have a spot for you.

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Why Make Idaho Falls Home?

Idaho Falls Community Hospital is a great place to work and, as an added bonus, the community is also a great place to live. If you've never considered moving to Idaho Falls, now might be the perfect time to reconsider. Let us show you why!

Adventure Awaits

If you love the outdoors, you’ll find yourself right at home in Idaho Falls. The city is a gateway to the best nature has to offer. World-class fly fishing, access to thousands of miles of hiking trails, feet of fresh powder in the winter for skiing and snowmobiling, hunting opportunities for every season and some of the most sought-after whitewater rafting in the country. In Idaho Falls, it’s all within minutes to a few hours from your front door.

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Adventure Awaits

Sun Valley


Resort town in Central Idaho

Harriman State Park


Idaho State Park located in Island Park

Lava Hot Springs


World famous hot pools in Southeast Idaho

Grand Teton National Park


National Park in Jenny Lake, Wyoming

Craters of the Moon


National Monument & Preserve in Arco, Idaho

Yellowstone National Park


National Park in Wyoming and part of Idaho

Grand Targee


Ski Resort in Alta, Wyoming

Jackson Hole


Tourist town in Jackson, Wyoming

Palisades Reservoir


Outdoor adventures near the Wyoning border

Heise


Variety of activities just a short ride from Idaho Falls

Kelly Canyon


Ski hill just a short drive from Idaho Falls.

Sun Valley

Distance: 3 hours

America’s First Destination Ski Resort

Known as America’s first destination ski resort, Sun Valley continues to be a favorite winter destination for many families and celebrities alike. Over the years, Sun Valley has become a year round destination with world class fly fishing, horseback riding, the famous Sun Valley ice show, golfing, mountain biking and more. Visit and find out what season you like the town best.

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Harriman State Park

Distance: 1 hour

Fly-fishing and Nordic Skiing

Until the snow flies, Harriman State Park is a haven for fisherman, canoers and kayakers. They all come to enjoy the Henrys Fork River as it winds through the park. In the winter, the park is transformed into a Nordic ski park. Many of the trails take cross country skiers by the river so they can watch the trumpeter swans who call it home.

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Lava Hot Springs

Distance: 1 hour

World Famous Geothermal Natural Hot Springs

Travelers come from across the West to soak in Idaho’s famous natural hot springs. Some people believe the mineral-rich waters in the five pools at Lava Hot Springs have healing properties. While we will let you decide for yourself, we can guarantee you’ll find a pool that is just the right temperature for you to sit back and relax.

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Grand Teton National Park

Distance: 2 hours

Mountains of the Imagination

The stunning mountains and lush valley floors of Grand Teton National Park are meant to be enjoyed all-year round. Summer is the most popular time to visit, in part because it is the perfect time to take in the 230-miles of hiking trails and watch the bears, big horn sheep, bison and elk who call the park home. Come back in the winter to enjoy the views of the snow-capped Tetons on cross country skis or by snowshoe.

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Craters of the Moon

Distance: 2 hours

National Monument & Preserve

During the day, hike through this national park to explore the cracks, cones and craters left by a series of volcanic explosions that started more than 15,000 years ago. At night, don’t leave until you’ve had a chance to look up at the night sky. Craters of the Moon is a designated International Dark Sky Park so it’s the perfect spot for star gazing.

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Yellowstone National Park

Distance: 2 hours

World's First National Park

Yellowstone National Park’s 2 million acres of wilderness has captured the imagination of adventurers, artists and travelers for decades. It was the first national park ever created and continues to be one of the most visited national parks to this day. Come explore the park for yourself to see its unprecedented beauty and wildlife up close. Yellowstone is also home to the world’s largest collection of geysers and thermal features, including the famous Old Faithful.

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Grand Targhee

Distance: 2 hours

World-Class Skiing Without the Crowds

For skiers who want to enjoy fresh powder without the crowds, Grand Targhee is the secret they hope will never get out. Nestled on the western slope of the famous Teton mountains in Wyoming, Grand Targhee regularly gets more than 500 inches of snow a year. Visit during the summer to enjoy the hiking and national renowned mountain bike trails.

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Jackson Hole

Distance: 2 hours

World–Renowned Resort Town

Jackson Hole is a hub for outdoor activity. The town is surrounded by mountains and near the headwaters of the Snake River. It is the perfect destination for wildlife watching, skiing or hiking. If the outdoors aren’t your thing, don’t worry. This mountain resort town has plenty of fine dining options, art galleries and shopping to keep you entertained.

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Palisades Reservoir

Distance: 1 hour

Outdoor Adventures Near the Wyoming Border

If you want to spend the day on the water, the Palisades Reservoir offers one of the most breath-taking views around. Boaters and hikers can enjoy the day exploring 70 miles of treelined shores and stunning snowcapped mountains. At night, take an opportunity to sleep under the stars in one of the five developed campgrounds.

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Heise

Distance: 1 hour

Family-Friendly Resort Minutes From Home

Heise has been a destination for more than a century. In 1900 Richard Heise opened a hotel, dance hall, restaurant and, most importantly, a series of public hot springs. It was hit back then and continues to be today. Now, in addition to the hot springs and pool, visitors can enjoy the public golf course, 10 zip lines covering almost a mile of terrain and camping.

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Kelly Canyon

Distance: 1 hour

Skiing Just a Short Drive From Idaho Falls

Kelly Canyon allows families to hit the slopes just 20 minutes after leaving their front doors. The ski resort has become a favorite ski spot for locals and is the place many Idaho Fall residents learned to ski for the first time. In addition to great downhill skiing, visitors can explore the snowshoe and cross-country skiing trails.

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Resort town in Central Idaho

Known as America’s first destination ski resort, Sun Valley continues to be a favorite winter destination for many families and celebrities alike. Over the years, Sun Valley has become a year round destination with world class fly fishing, horseback riding, the famous Sun Valley ice show, golfing, mountain biking and more. Visit and find out what season you like the town best.

Idaho State Park located in Island Park

Until the snow flies, Harriman State Park is a haven for fisherman, canoers and kayakers. They all come to enjoy the Henrys Fork River as it winds through the park. In the winter, the park is transformed into a Nordic ski park. Many of the trails take cross country skiers by the river so they can watch the trumpeter swans who call it home.

World famous hot pools in Southeast Idaho

Travelers come from across the West to soak in Idaho’s famous natural hot springs. Some people believe the mineral-rich waters in the five pools at Lava Hot Springs have healing properties. While we will let you decide for yourself, we can guarantee you’ll find a pool that is just the right temperature for you to sit back and relax.

National Park in Jenny Lake, Wyoming

The stunning mountains and lush valley floors of Grand Teton National Park are meant to be enjoyed all-year round. Summer is the most popular time to visit, in part because it is the perfect time to take in the 230-miles of hiking trails and watch the bears, big horn sheep, bison and elk who call the park home. Come back in the winter to enjoy the views of the snow-capped Tetons on cross country skis or by snowshoe.

National Monument & Preserve in Arco, Idaho

During the day, hike through this national park to explore the cracks, cones and craters left by a series of volcanic explosions that started more than 15,000 years ago. At night, don’t leave until you’ve had a chance to look up at the night sky. Craters of the Moon is a designated International Dark Sky Park so it’s the perfect spot for star gazing.

National Park in Wyoming and part of Idaho

Yellowstone National Park’s 2 million acres of wilderness has captured the imagination of adventurers, artists and travelers for decades. It was the first national park ever created and continues to be one of the most visited national parks to this day. Come explore the park for yourself to see its unprecedented beauty and wildlife up close. Yellowstone is also home to the world’s largest collection of geysers and thermal features, including the famous Old Faithful.

Ski Resort in Alta, Wyoming

For skiers who want to enjoy fresh powder without the crowds, Grand Targhee is the secret they hope will never get out. Nestled on the western slope of the famous Teton mountains in Wyoming, Grand Targhee regularly gets more than 500 inches of snow a year. Visit during the summer to enjoy the hiking and national renowned mountain bike trails.

Jackson Hole is a hub for outdoor activity. The town is surrounded by mountains and near the headwaters of the Snake River. It is the perfect destination for wildlife watching, skiing or hiking. If the outdoors aren’t your thing, don’t worry. This mountain resort town has plenty of fine dining options, art galleries and shopping to keep you entertained.
Outdoor adventures near the Wyoning border

If you want to spend the day on the water, the Palisades Reservoir offers one of the most breath-taking views around. Boaters and hikers can enjoy the day exploring 70 miles of treelined shores and stunning snowcapped mountains. At night, take an opportunity to sleep under the stars in one of the five developed campgrounds.

Variety of activities just a short ride from Idaho Falls

Heise has been a destination for more than a century. In 1900 Richard Heise opened a hotel, dance hall, restaurant and, most importantly, a series of public hot springs. It was hit back then and continues to be today. Now, in addition to the hot springs and pool, visitors can enjoy the public golf course, 10 zip lines covering almost a mile of terrain and camping.

Fun little ski hill in Ririe, Idaho

Kelly Canyon allows families to hit the slopes just 20 minutes after leaving their front doors. The ski resort has become a favorite ski spot for locals and is the place many Idaho Fall residents learned to ski for the first time. In addition to great downhill skiing, visitors can explore the snowshoe and cross-country skiing trails.

Money Gets You More Here

Have you ever wished you could do more with your paycheck? Well, in Idaho Falls you can! According to the national data firm PayScale, the cost of living in Idaho Falls is 18% lower than the national average. And while home prices are spiking in other parts of the U.S., the median home price in Idaho Falls is close to $184,000. Imagine what you could do (or save) if you paid less for groceries, housing, daycare and utilities each month.

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Big City Feel

Small Town Living

With just over 60,000 residents, we know it is too far a leap to characterize Idaho Falls as a metropolis. However, Idaho Falls residents enjoy many amenities you would typically only expect to find in a big city. The growing community is home to its own minor league baseball team, a history and science museum, the Idaho Falls Opera, art museum, symphony and the Colonial Theatre, which attracts performers from across the country. Not to mention the city’s growing food scene. And if, after experiencing all of these amenities, you still feel like you need a taste of the big city, just hop in your car or jump on a plane. Salt Lake City is an easy three-hour drive away and there are non-stop flights to Phoenix for as low as $85 round-trip, as well a handful of other destinations. But you may be surprised, once you get here, you may just want to stay.

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