Emergency Medicine Jobs in Wyoming and information on what makes Wyoming a great place to live and work!
In the beautiful lands of Wyoming where the Great Plains meet the Rocky Mountains, practicing Emergency Medicine never looked so good. In this lovely state every picture you take will turn out like a post card. Located in the western region of the United States, Wyoming is the least populated state with lots of open spaces to explore. Though there are many National Parks in Wyoming, the most famous is Yellowstone. People come from all over the world to witness Old Faithful, a geyser that shoots water hundreds of feet in the air. Grand Teton National Park is just south of Yellowstone and a prime destination for climbers and hikers due to its mountain peaks and challenging trails. In the shadow of the Tetons is Jackson Hole valley. Full of interesting shops where you can purchase everything from an authentic elk antler magnet to a hand stitched blanket, you can spend hours wandering around or simply get lost in the view. Scattered throughout the state are towns full of shopping, dining, and lodging where you can cuddle up in a down comforter all year long. The town of Casper is full of things to see and do. It is home to the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra, and several museums and art shows. Stop in Casual Jack’s for a friendly atmosphere and a steak so tender you can cut it with a fork. Cheyenne, Wyoming’s capitol city was named for the Cheyenne Indian tribes that once inhabited the land. At the Old West Museum the story of the past is told with art exhibits. The kids will love the interactive children’s gallery and the museum store where dressing up like a cowboy will take on a whole new meaning.
The Cheyenne people believed that everything had life, the earth in which they grew their food, the trees that gave them shade, and the animals that they so freely shared their world with. Though times have changed and people sometimes forget how precious and delicate the world is, here on these unrestricted lands, you can still hear their voices carried through the plains and up into the mountains. Come be one with the earth again. Come to Wyoming.