Gunnison Valley Health is the sole, community-owned, health system for Gunnison County and its surrounding areas. As a nationally recognized health system, we're proud to deliver a comprehensive spectrum of care that provides lifelong health and wellness for an active community. We serve everyone from long time ranchers to Olympic athletes and outdoor enthusiasts, at every stage of life.

The Gunnison Valley Health System:

  • Hospital
  • Senior Care Center
  • Home Medical Services
  • Assisted Living
We love what we do and care deeply not only for our patients, but also for each other. There is always a shoulder to lean on and a helping hand for guidance when times get tough. We strive to grow our skills as individuals and as members of a team, while always working to strengthen our relationship with the community.
Barb Kaiser, Physical Therapist

Working for Gunnison Valley Health

As one of the largest employers in Gunnison Valley, our health system is dedicated to providing an engaging work environment where innovation and new ideas are valued. We are also committed to giving employees the kind of benefits, programs and incentives that add value to their lives. We work hard every day to ensure our team members are engaged, motivated and have the tools to succeed. The result is a driven group of individuals who are passionate about delivering the very best in patient care.

Gunnison Valley Health Benefits

We are as committed to our employees as we are to patients. That’s why we provide a comprehensive benefits package and employment perks that allow you to focus on your career and live life to the fullest.

Medical, dental and vision insurance

Basic life and AD&D insurance

Flexible spending accounts and 401a & 457 retirement plans

Basic long-term disability

Training and Advancement Opportunities

At Gunnison Valley Health, we value individuals who want to grow their skills and expertise. We offer a tuition reimbursement plan for employees who are interested in expanding their education. We also offer a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) training program that includes three weeks of paid training for candidates who want to start a career in nursing.