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Top 5 Reasons to Choose SLVH as your Next Employer

1. You Will Fit Right In!

Enjoy the family-friendly culture of a small town community as well as the vibrant diversity offered by a college town, home to Adams State University and Trinidad State Junior College. Step into a simpler way of life, including minimal traffic and more than 300 days of sunshine each year.

2. Get Out and Enjoy

You will enjoy four-season outdoor adventures…hiking and sandboarding at the Great Sand Dunes National Park, fishing gold medal waters along the Conejos River, skiing at Wolf Creek Ski Area, rock climbing and mountain biking, just to name a few.

3. Join Our Pursuit of Excellence

Through our unwavering commitment to providing superior patient care and retaining the highest quality staff, you will benefit from educational and training opportunities that have paved the way for our hospital in establishing the highest standard of clinical care.

4. Take Care of Yourself

Employees of San Luis Valley Health are valued and appreciated. You will find support in pursuing your personal and professional goals through our wellness and educational assistance programs, volunteer opportunities and our traditional benefits package.

5. Explore Your Creative Side

The San Luis Valley is home to many nationally acclaimed artists and musicians, with ample opportunities to enjoy their works through year-round performances and festivals, including the Creede Repertory Theater and the annual Alamosa Artwalk.

About our Health System

San Luis Valley Health is the largest health system in the region, with two hospitals and five clinics. We offer a wide range of specialty services, including our new cancer center, providing high quality health services in the San Luis Valley for more than 90 years.

This video was created to educate high school students about the wide variety of careers in health care outside of becoming a provider.