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Granite Peaks Gastroenterology offers excellent career opportunities, great benefits and an enjoyable work environment.  Our organization believes in improving lives through exceptional and compassionate care.  We understand the importance of dedication, growth and a good work-life balance. We value our employees and are committed to helping individuals succeed in a career at Granite Peaks Gastroenterology.  

Job Benefits

At Granite Peaks Gastroenterology, we offer a competitive salary and benefits package for our eligible employees such as:

  • – Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • – Employer-funded Health Equity Account contributions
  • – Health Advocate support
  • – Life insurance and long-term disability
  • – Paid time off and holidays

Available Positions

Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner

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Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner

Granite Peaks Gastroenterology is seeking a full-time Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant. We offer excellent career opportunities, great benefits and an enjoyable work environment. Our organization believes in improving lives through exceptional and compassionate care. We understand the importance of dedication, growth and a good work-life balance. We value our employees and are committed to helping individuals succeed in a career.

The Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant functions independently and in collaboration with Clinic physicians in the delivery of gastrointestinal health care. Assesses, interprets, and integrates findings to determine appropriate diagnostic, educational and therapeutic management plans for individuals with acute and chronic GI illnesses. Utilizes leadership and professional development skills to assure quality patient care and medical practice. Performs other duties as assigned.

JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Performs medical services within the scope of education, training, and experience including:

Conducting patient visits per accepted practice standards

Obtaining patient histories and performing physical examinations

Ordering and evaluating appropriate laboratory and diagnostic studies

Developing and implementing a treatment plan in accordance with clinical practice guidelines and protocols

Monitoring the effectiveness of therapeutic intervention, assessing and managing patient follow-up care

Works independently and in collaboration with the physicians. Seeks and obtains input from physicians regarding questions and issues pertaining to the treatment and/or care of patients as needed.

Maintains confidentiality of patient information.

Documents in the medical record all care or contact with the patient, whether in person or over the phone.

Personally reviews and signs off on all lab and diagnostic studies ordered.

Assists in the development of clinical and practice guidelines. Works closely with the physician and executive management in development of clinical standards, objectives, safety, education and utilization of clinical personnel, quality assurance, utilization of supplies and equipment, and maintenance and improvement of clinical policies and procedures.

Communicates with patients by telephone including answering patient questions and concerns according to protocol, discussing medication refills, scheduling follow-up appointments or further work-u p, and discussing results of lab studies or x-rays.

Teaches and promotes practices to improve or maintain health to patients and families.

Acts as a role model and in selected situations precepts clinical staff and other advanced practice health care professionals.

Participates in activities that contribute to the education of patients and families, and other health care professionals including educational presentations.

At all times when engaged in professional activities will wear a name tag identifying himself/herself as a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant. Makes patients clearly aware at all times whether they are being cared for by a physician or Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant.

Performs all duties and functions in strict compliance of the clinic’s Corporate Compliance Plan, and all applicable federal, state, local, and regulatory agencies.

Exhibits knowledge of evaluation and management (E&M) coding guidelines, and demonstrates appropriate application of those guidelines as evidenced by accurate E&M coding.

Exhibits awareness of managed care and health plan requirements in respect to prescription formularies, pre-certification requirements for lab or diagnostic tests, participating facilities, and medical necessity criteria. Utilizes appropriate health and medical resources to coordinate treatment plans for patient per requirements of the managed care plans where applicable.

Participates in the team approach to GI health care as adapted by this practice that includes some overlap of medical, nursing, and business aspects.

Assumes responsibility and accountability for time management, professional relationships, and interpersonal interactions within the job setting.

Maintains and enhances current level of knowledge and ability relative to GI health care and health care delivery in the private practice setting.

Maintains continuing education requirements necessary for licensure and certifications. Maintains membership in appropriate professional organizations.

Performs other duties personally identified as needing to be done or as assigned.

Qualifications:

Current Utah license to practice medicine as a Nurse Practitioner (APRN) or Physician Assistant (PA) REQUIRED

ACLS/BLS certification REQUIRED

Must possess strong communication, organizational, leadership skills; have an ability to analyze, plan, and coordinate medical care while making appropriate medical decisions.

If you are interested in a career in Gastroenterology, apply today.

Job Type:

Full-time

Benefits:

Dental Insurance

Disability Insurance

Health Insurance

Life Insurance

Paid Time Off

Professional Development Assistance

Vision Insurance

Schedule:

Monday to Friday

Supplemental Pay:

Bonus Pay

Education:

Master’s (Required)

License:

Current Utah State APRN or PA  (Required)

Work authorization:

United States (Required)

Work Location:

One location

Environment:

Outpatient

Employer type:

Clinic

Uniform:

Scrubs are provided

PRN:

No

Relocation Assistance Provided:

No

This Company Describes Its Culture as:

Detail-oriented — quality and precision-focused

Innovative — innovative and risk-taking

Outcome-oriented — results-focused with strong performance culture

Stable — traditional, stable, strong processes

People-oriented — supportive and fairness-focused

Team-oriented — cooperative and collaborative

Benefit Conditions:

Only full-time employees eligible

Work Remotely:

No

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ASC/Endoscopy Business Center Director – Part-time (30-35 Hours)

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ASC/Endoscopy Business Center Director - Part-time (30-35 Hours)

Granite Peaks Endoscopy is seeking a part time (30-35 hours per week) Business Center Director for our Sandy Ambulatory Surgical Center (ASC). Our Center is growing and we are looking for a professional and motivated individual to join our team.

We believe in compassionate care and impeccable service. We take pride in treating everyone with kindness, honesty and respect. We are looking for someone in alignment with our values that can support our growing team.

Specifications:

1. Education: Graduate of an accredited school of business, BSBA or BHA desirable. Able to read and communicate in English.

2. Experience: Minimum two years of business administrative experience with supervisory responsibilities preferably in a peri-operative setting, or in an Operating Room preferred.

3. Certification: Certified Administrator Surgery Center (CASC) certification required or within 6 months of hire

4. Type of Employees Supervised: licensed and non-licensed.

5. Special Training: must have had or be willing to have training in management and administrations; especially those related to financial management. Must have training or self-paced instruction in information management, and be able to utilize computers and various software programs such as: Provation, Next Gen, Windows, Word, Excel, & PowerPoint.

The Business Center Director is responsible for providing administrative leadership to assure the success of the ambulatory surgery center (ASC):

1. Information Technology

A. Attend vendor training as applicable.

B. Train staff in initial requirements with Nursing Director(s).

C. Train staff to load key tables.

D. Schedule hardware installation and training.

2. Agreements and Contracts

A. With direction from the Corporate Administrator will draft, negotiate, and sign ancillary agreements.

3. Conduct Employee Orientation and Training Program

A. Review Employee Handbook

I. Prepare Training Program at least annually for:

a. Infection Control

b. Quality Management/Performance Improvement

c. Communicable Disease Reporting

d. Fire Safety – not including quarterly drills

e. ACLS/BLS/PALS

f. Patient Bill of Rights

g. Crash Cart Protocol and State Requirements

h. Needle Stick Prevention Act

i. OSHA and Blood borne Pathogens, AIDS and HIV

j. Labor Laws

k. Disaster Plan

l. Bomb Threat Procedures

m. HIPAA Training (Includes Implementation)

n. Safety Plan (Includes Implementation)

o. Compliance Program (Includes Implementation)

p. Incident and Accident Reporting

q. Equipment Training

4. Authority:

A. The Board assigns the Business Center Director full and complete authority over all administrative aspects of the facility and is empowered to make all administrative decisions in accordance with center policies, procedures, and applicable federal, state, and local laws. With respect to clinical matters, if there is a major clinical problem, the Business Center Director will confer with the Medical Director and Charge Nurses before making a major clinical decision. The position of the Medical Director will be final. In the event the Medical Director is not available, and there is a clear risk to the life or health of a patient, without exceptions, the Business Center Director and Charge Nurses has full authority to make any decisions necessary for safe patient care.

5. Leadership:

A. The owner(s) of the ASC charge the Business Center Director with assistance from the Charge Nurse to lead, manage, and administer all administrative and clinical matters in the center. Managers expect this person to provide leadership through action, attitude, and personal example, which will provide an effective and safe work environment yielding high levels of productivity, patient care, and employee satisfaction.

B. The Business Center Director will uphold and enforce all Civil Rights and Equal Opportunity statutes and will also uphold and enforce all statutes relating to workplace harassment of any type.

C. The Business Center Director with assistance of the Charge Nurse are responsible and accountable for all nursing services.

6. Human Resources:

A. The Business Center Director will manage in collaboration with the HR manager all aspects of Human Resources.

7. Financial Management :

A. Under the direction of the Administrator, the Business Center Director will know and understand the, develop annual budgets, will approve the payment of bills, and monitor:

I. Timely submission of patient bills.

II. Status of accounts receivable.

III. Status of refunds due.

IV. Status of free-care (if necessary).

V. Prompt payment of all bills.

VI. Adherence to terms of managed care agreements.

VII. Matters related to payroll.

VIII. The Business Center Director, on occasion, may be asked to perform basic financial analysis studies of Center activities.

B. The Business Center Director will be responsible for the preparation of an annual capital budget, which he/she shall present to the board for approval.

8. Information Technology (As Applicable):

A. Management expects the Business Center Director to have a basic knowledge of computer systems and software, and he/she may be expected to attend training on specific software programs. The Business Center Director will be responsible, given adequate time for preparation, for ensuring all programs (tables) are loaded, accurate, and current.

B. The Business Center Director will ensure monthly management reports are printed and copies presented to the Administrator and Board of Managers (Directors or Board of Governors).

I. The Business Center Director is responsible for knowing and understanding all managerial reports.

9. Regulatory Matters/Accreditation Considerations:

A. The Business Center Director is responsible for ensuring the Center complies with all local, state, and federal laws regarding the operation of an ambulatory surgery center.

B. In addition, the Business Center Director is responsible for ensuring an approved accrediting body gives proper accreditation to the Center, and the facility meets all of the requirements of that body.

10. Clinical Considerations:

A. The Business Center Director will assist the Medical Director and Charge Nurses on the direction of all clinical matters. This requires the presence of a highly trained and proficient clinical staff dedicated to the provision of high quality care.

B. The Business Center Director will assist the Medical Director and Charge Nurses on the direction for staff assessment and for recurring training and education programs.

C. The Business Center Director will assist the Medical Director and Charge Nurses on the direction for delivery of appropriate nursing services to patients, as well as coordination of nursing services with other patient services,

D. The Business Center Director will assist the Medical Director and Charge Nurses on the direction for development and maintenance of appropriate nursing service objectives and standards of nursing practice.

E. The Business Center Director will hold periodic meetings of the nursing staff to discuss, review, and evaluate patient care.

11. Assessment of Center Performance:

A. The Business Center Director will continuously assess and strive to improve the Center’s performance by:

I. Designing operational processes.

II. Monitoring performance through the evaluation of data.

III. Implementing a sustainable and auditable Quality Management program.

B. This assessment will include planning nursing care needs of patients and staffing to meet those needs with the Medical Director and Charge Nurses.

12. Implementation of Governmental Programs:

A. The Business Center Director will be responsible for both the HIPAA and Compliance Programs.

B. The Business Center Director will ensure all policies and procedures are current.

C. The Business Center Director will make certain the staff manages the program as designed.

D. The Business Center Director will assure all staff members administer medications and treatments in accordance with all applicable laws and acceptable standards of practice.

13. Materials Management

A. The Business Center Director will be responsible for ensuring supplies and equipment necessary to operate the center are ordered, stored, secured, and available for use when needed.

14. Manage Environment of Care:

A. The Business Center Director will manage the environment of care by developing, implementing, and monitoring processes to reduce and control environmental hazards and risks, preventing accidents, injuries, and maintaining safe conditions for patients, staff, and visitors.

B. The Business Center Director will also develop and implement an effective Infection Control Program.

15. Medical Director Relationships:

A. The Business Center Director will meet periodically, but not less than bi-weekly, with the Medical Director and Charge Nurses to ensure the Medical Director is kept abreast of all center activities.

B. The Business Center Director will contact the Medical Director and Charge Nurses when there is any question regarding medical practice standards, or the capacity of a physician to provide patient care.

C. The Business Center Director will work with the Medical Director and Administrator to establish both short and long-term objectives for the center.

D. The Business Center Director will work with the Medical Director and Administrator on the financial status of the center.

16. Other Duties as Assigned:

The Medical Director and Administrator will expect The Business Center Director to perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned, which will result in higher productivity levels, lower cost, increased revenue, or higher quality of patient care

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: $55,000.00 – $64,000.00 per year

Benefits:

  • Dental Insurance
  • Disability Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Health Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Paid Time Off
  • Vision Insurance

Schedule:

  • Monday to Friday

Experience:

  • Medical Facility or ASC Management: 2 years (Preferred)

Education:

  • Bachelor’s (Required)

License:

  • Certified Administrator Surgery Center (CASC) (Preferred)

Work authorization:

  • United States (Required)

Work Location:

  • One location

Company’s website:

  • www.granitepeaksgi.com

Benefit Conditions:

  • Waiting period may apply

Work Remotely:

  • No

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Medical Payment and Medical Records Poster

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Medical Payment and Medical Records Poster

Granite Peaks Gastroenterology is seeking a Full-Time Medical Payment and Medical Records Poster for our busy Sandy location. Our office is growing and we are looking for a professional and motivated individual to join our team. We believe in compassionate care and impeccable service. We take pride in treating everyone with kindness, honesty and respect. We are looking for someone in alignment with our values that can support our growing team.

The Medical Billing Payment Processing Specialist is expected to have a general knowledge of medical billing procedures including but not limited to: ensuring all medical payments received by mail, electronic or downloads are applied to patient accounts in a timely and accurate manner and establish and maintain strong relationships with providers, clients, patients and fellow staff. Secondary duties include but are not limited to: follow up on unpaid claims utilizing assigned tasks or aging reports, filing appeals when appropriate to obtain maximum reimbursement.

Job Description Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

Ability to interpret various EOB’s from a variety of insurance companies.

Efficiently and accurately post payment to the appropriate accounts.

Process payments from insurance payments received by mail, electronically and patient payments daily.

Post refunds and applies appropriate approved adjustments.

Sort and file paperwork.

Check each insurance payment is for accuracy and compliance with contract discount.

Identify payment discrepancies and payer trends.

Knowledge several different coding systems, including CPT, HCPCS and ICD 9.

Handle information about patient treatment, diagnosis, and related procedures to ensure proper coding. Code patient services and enter into computer when necessary.

Prepares and submits clean claims to various insurance companies electronically or by paper.

Working directly with the insurance company, healthcare provider, and patient to get a claim processed and paid.

Follow up to see if a claim is accepted or denied.

Investigate rejected claim to see why denial was issued. Reviewing and appealing unpaid and denied claims

Ensure healthcare provider is reimbursed for all procedures.

Assists Medical Records Department in posting procedure and pathology reports in patient electronic records department daily

Assists as Medical Records Department with any tasks or duties as needed

Participates in educations activates and attends monthly staff meetings.

Qualifications:

Maintains strictest confidentiality; adheres to al HIPAA guidelines/regulations.

Must be well organized and detail-oriented.

Excellent communication skills; both verbal and written

Ability to accurately document in an EPM / EHR system (NextGen)

Ability to work quickly and efficiently in a fast-paced specialty clinic

Preferred Qualifications

Previous medical billing experience (One to three years of related experience)

Prior NextGen EPM / EMR experience

Job Type:

Full-time

Pay:

$14.00 – $18.00 per hour

Benefits:

Disability Insurance

Health Insurance

Life Insurance

Paid Time Off

Vision Insurance

Schedule:

Monday to Friday

Experience:

Medical Payment Posting: 1 year (Required)

Education:

High school or equivalent (Required)

Work authorization:

United States (Required)

Work Location:

One location

Typical start time:

8AM

Typical end time:

5PM

This Company Describes Its Culture as:

Detail-oriented — quality and precision-focused

Outcome-oriented — results-focused with strong performance culture

Stable — traditional, stable, strong processes

Team-oriented — cooperative and collaborative

Benefit Conditions:

Waiting period may apply

Work Remotely:

No

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Medical Office Receptionist – Sandy

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Medical Office Receptionist - Sandy

Granite Peaks Gastroenterology is seeking a Full-Time Medical Receptionist for our busy Sandy location. Our office is growing and we are looking for a professional and motivated individual to join our team. We believe in compassionate care and impeccable service. We take pride in treating everyone with kindness, honesty and respect. We are looking for someone in alignment with our values that can support our growing team.

The Receptionist is responsible for efficient functioning of the front office, i.e., check-in, scheduling appointments, handling of patient electronic charts, management of physician correspondence to referring physicians and other duties as directed by physician. Coordinates all telephone traffic, and any other functions deemed necessary and reasonable. The Receptionist will provide a professional and pleasant representation of the practice.

Receptionist Responsibilities Include (but are not limited to):

Answers phones at the front desk, directing the communication flow and or handling messages for physician and other personnel

Greet and check in clinic patients upon arrival

Obtain accurate information from patients and deliver clear instructions to patients

Collect patient and insurance payments; check insurance benefits as needed

Post co-pays and payments received

Monitor fax machine and disperse or process documents to appropriate personnel or departments, per protocol

Provide information to patients regarding unpaid balances

Ensure all patient registration forms are complete

Accurately document in the NextGen system

Provide clear communication to clinical staff on the patient status (check-in, ready for MA, etc.)

Check out patients; reschedule patient appointments and procedures according to established protocol.

Reconcile charges on a daily basis; Close batch of collections for the day and deliver any checks or currency to billing

Perform end of day closure/deposits

Prepare bills prior to forwarding to billing

Maintain copies of patient forms including HIPAA documents and notifications and new patient packets

Maintain files and records in a confidential manner; maintain patient confidentiality at all times

Maintain organization and efficiency of front office, including office supply inventory

Maintain waiting room cleanliness

Mail recall letters when applicable

Perform other related duties as directed or assigned

Performance Requirements:

Knowledge:

Knowledge of clinic policies and procedures.

Knowledge of medical terminology and insurance practices.

Knowledge of grammar, spelling, and punctuation to communicate effectively.

Knowledge of computer programs and applications.

Medical terminology.

Skills:

Skill in using office equipment and handling paperwork/filing adequately.

Skill in handling incoming phone calls and triaging appropriately.

Skill in written and verbal communication.

Skill in gathering, interpreting, and reporting insurance information.

Medical Office Reception Experience Required

Abilities:

Ability to work effectively as a team member with physicians and other staff.

Ability to sort and file materials correctly by alphabetic or numeric systems.

Ability to interpret and understand insurance benefits and reimbursement.

Ability to flexibly respond to changing demands.

Ability to organize and prioritize tasks effectively.

Ability to communicate clearly.

Ability to work with little supervision.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with patients, employees, and the public.

Ability to accurately document in an EHR system (NextGen)

Ability to work quickly and efficiently in a fast-paced specialty clinic

Job Type:

Full-time

Pay:

$14.50 – $17.00 per hour

Benefits:

Dental Insurance

Disability Insurance

Health Insurance

Life Insurance

Paid Time Off

Vision Insurance

Schedule:

Monday to Friday

Experience:

Medical Office receptionist: 1 year (Required)

Education:

High school or equivalent (Required)

Language:

Spanish (Preferred)

Work authorization:

United States (Required)

Work Location:

One location

Typical start time:

8AM

Typical end time:

5PM

Financial Duties:

Processing payments

This Company Describes Its Culture as:

Detail-oriented — quality and precision-focused

Outcome-oriented — results-focused with strong performance culture

People-oriented — supportive and fairness-focused

Team-oriented — cooperative and collaborative

Company’s website:

www.granitepeaksgi.com

Benefit Conditions:

Waiting period may apply

Work Remotely:

No

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Medical Equipment Sterilization/Recovery Room Tech PRN (2 Days/week)

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Medical Equipment Sterilization/Recovery Room Tech PRN (2 Days/week)

Granite Peaks Gastroenterology/Endoscopy is seeking a Full-Time or Part Time Scope Sterilization Processor/Recovery Technician for our Sandy Endoscopy Center. Our center is growing and we are looking for a professional and motivated individual to join our team

We believe in compassionate care and impeccable service. We take pride in treating everyone with kindness, honesty and respect. We are looking for someone in alignment with our values that can support our growing team.

Scope Sterilization Processor responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

Set up scope cleaning area

Wear appropriate PPE’s (gown, gloves, goggles, mask)

Clean Endo scopes with appropriate cleaning supplies (enzymatic cleaner, brush, sponge)

Handle each Endo Scope with care

Use Reprocessing Units to disinfect the scopes

Change Rapicide PA when needed and label expiration dates, and add alcohol to reprocessing machine when necessary

Remove each scope at the end of the reprocessing cycle, wipe down and hang in closet in neutral position with the cap off

Label any damage to scope and with scope number and what the problem is

Inform head tech know of any damages to scopes

Test Rapicide PA after each scope washing

Keep area free from fluid or trash

Hang scopes in cabinet in neutral position at the end of the day

At the end of the day clean Reprocessing Units with appropriate cleaning solution using non lint cloth only

Turn off water valves to each reprocessing unit

Clean counter tops and sink areas and all containers with appropriate disinfectant

Change pads each evening Cap each scope tip with protectors when closing

Lock scope cabinets and wipe down

Change filters when necessary

Helps put stock away

When there is down time help in recovery with beds and linen

Lock supply door

Turn off lights

Recovery Room responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

Assist in transport of patient to recovery.

Communicate patient information to the recovery RN.

Treat family and patients with respect and dignity.

Carry out medical and procedural aseptic techniques and universal precautions.

Meet current documentation standards and policies and complete them during each workday.

Assist in the positioning of the patient.

Report changes in the patient condition or reports of pain appropriately to RN or physician.

Assist in Code situation.

Maintain safe environment for patient, coworkers and self.

Assist in the par levels and need for supplies by tracking and reporting to the Director or Center director.

Maintain logs needed in the cleaning area for chemicals and equipment use.

Assist in the patient’s care reflecting the needs of the patients, families and the facility

Performance reflects knowledge in all areas of care specific to outpatient/ambulatory care, equipment safety, cleaning, maintenance, and procedures.

Utilize personal initiative, maintain a steady level of productivity, must be a self-starter and a compatible and supportive team player.

Communicate appropriately and clearly to the Center Director or Charge Nurse..

Communicate appropriately and clearly to the Center Director and Director of Nursing.

Perform other jobs as assigned.

Job Types: Part-time, PRN

Pay: $13.00 – $13.50 per hour

Experience:

Equipment Sterilization: 1 year (Required)

Education:

High school or equivalent (Required)

License:

Surgical Technology or Medical Assistant (Required)

Language:

Spanish (Preferred)

Work authorization:

United States (Required)

Work Location:

One location

Schedule:

Monday to Friday

Day shift

Work Remotely:

No

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Physician – Gastroenterologist

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Physician - Gastroenterologist

Granite Peaks Gastroenterology is looking for a GI physician to join its remarkable practice in 2020.

Granite Peaks GI sits in the foothills of the beautiful Wasatch Mountain range in Sandy, Utah. Our new office building houses six board-certified gastroenterologists and three physician assistants, with room to grow.

A short walk across the parking lot takes you to our state of the art 100% physician-owned endoscopy center, completely self-contained and, arguably, the most efficiently run, patient centric center of its kind in the area.

We also have a strategically located second office location just 15 minutes away in Lehi, Utah. Granite Peaks GI has a pathology laboratory with 2 pathologists to provide quick, convenient, accurate test results.

Candidate Requirements:

  • Board Certified/Board Eligible in Gastroenterology
  • Current Utah State License
  • Bilingual in Spanish preferred, but not required
  • EUS training preferred, but not required
  • ERCP training preferred

Granite Peaks GI offers:

  • Competitive salary with an option for practice partnership
  • 1:7 Call
  • Paid Time Off
  • CME
  • Relocation Costs up to 10K
  • Medical, Dental , Vision, Life and Long Term Disability
  • Signing Bonus

Forget what you think you know about Utah.

Utah is a very family-friendly state. We are famous for being the Home of 2002 Winter Olympics and for having the greatest snow on earth. The influence of the local culture keeps Salt Lake a clean, safe city where there is room for everyone. The people of Utah create a kind and welcoming community with a uniquely positive energy.

World class skiing and snowboarding is just 20 minutes up one of the Cottonwood Canyons or take a cruise up Parley’s Canyon to head for Park City, home of the Sundance Film Festival, luxurious ski resorts and equally quaint and sophisticated options for local cuisine and nightlife.

With 5 national parks in the state, outdoor activities are a mainstay for Utah residents. All types of skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, boating, rock-climbing, off-roading, camping, mountain biking, boating, water skiing, fishing, golfing and river-rafting are just some of the activities you have available within a short drive of our location.

In downtown Salt Lake City, you’ll find a walkable, bikeable city with historic buildings, the home of the NBA Jazz and local AAA baseball team the Salt Lake Bees.

Several performing arts theaters, including the homes of the Utah Symphony, Ballet West and Utah Opera are a walk away from outdoor music venues, free concerts in the park, and beautiful city parks in which to walk, bike and play.

Begin or end an evening out at one of our local restaurants, breweries or distilleries for a unique taste of Utah. Visual arts can be found all over the city in the Utah Museum of Fine Arts at the University of Utah, the Salt Lake Museum of Modern Art, and local art galleries throughout the area.

Come to Utah. You’ll find the Salt Lake valley a well-rounded community with many opportunities to pursue personal interests and join the team at Granite Peaks Gastroenterology to fulfill your professional goals.

Visit us at: www.granitepeaksgi.com