MLS (Medical Laboratory Scientist)

Med/Surg Nurses (able to float to ER and ICU)

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Memorial Hospital of Carbon County is a 25-bed critical access hospital located in south central Wyoming.

We are dedicated to providing quality health care to Carbon County residents and visitors. Some of our key services include:

Welcome to Rawlins, Wyoming!

Rawlins draws its namesake from Civil War veteran Maj. Gen. John Rawlins. The general arrived in the area in 1867 on a surveying trip with Union Pacific Chief Engineer Grenville Dodge, in hopes that the dry air of the West would help his tuberculosis.

Out of water, the party discovered a spring near where the City of Rawlins now stands. The general proclaimed its water the sweetest water he’d ever tasted. “(Rawlins) said that if anything was ever named for him, he wanted it to be a spring of water. I said, ‘We will name this Rawlins Springs,'” recalled Dodge in his memoir.

The town that sprung up nearby was named Rawlins Springs. It was designated as a division point of the railroad and a depot was built, and still stands to this day. By the time the town was incorporated in 1886, the “Springs” had been dropped from its name.

Rawlins is the county seat of Carbon County, Wyoming and boasts a population of 8,820 residents (2019).

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