About the Organization
United Hospital District (UHD) is an independent, award-winning healthcare organization located in Blue Earth, Minnesota. United Hospital District and Clinics include:
25-bed Critical Access Hospital
3 Clinic locations (Blue Earth, Fairmont, Wells)
2 Home Health and Hospice locations (Blue Earth & Fairmont)
20+ provider group
25+ Family Medicine and Specialty care services
UHD's primary service area encompasses Faribault and Martin counties in south central Minnesota, which includes over 33,000 residents.
UHD was named a StarTribune Top 200 Workplace in Minnesota based on employee satisfaction and feedback.
Physician benefits include:
Production bonus available
National Health Service Corps Site Federal loan repayment assistance eligible
Free temporary housing (2-bedroom guest house, 1 block from facility)
Relocation reimbursement up to $10,000
Professional liability insurance 100% covered
Paid time off 38 total days
CME $6,000 per year + up to 5 CME days paid
Subscriptions for professional journals
Professional organization fees
DEA certificate fees
Board certification fees
Full family group health insurance coverage for physician, spouse, and children 100% covered by hospital
Term life insurance policy in the amount of $250,000
403(b) Hospital provides 100% match up to 5% of the employees salary
457 plan also available (employee-funded only)
About the Community
United Hospital District (UHD) and Clinics' homebase is Blue Earth, in south central Minnesota. UHD's primary service area encompasses Faribault and Martin counties in Minnesota, which include over 33,000 residents, as well as two counties in northern Iowa, covering another 20,000+ residents.
Blue Earth is located at the intersection of Interstate 90 and Highway 169, which allows for easy access to larger cities like Mankato (44,000), home to Minnesota State University, just 45 minutes away; Rochester (121,000), home to Mayo Clinic and an international airport, just a 90-minute drive; and 125 miles to Minneapolis-St. Paul.
Industry: Agriculture is prevalent throughout south central Minnesota, with ag-related businesses populating many towns. Other key businesses in the county include banking, food processing, healthcare, manufacturing, and more. Small businesses found in each town add charm and unique character.
Recreation: Outdoor enthusiasts will find many activities to choose from, including golf, tennis, hiking, biking, and hunting. Numerous nearby lakes offer additional swimming, fishing and boating options. Popular community events, such as street fairs, cook offs, fireworks, picnics and more, take place year-round throughout the counties Surrounding towns offer additional entertainment options such as bowling, indoor sports arcades, movie theaters, museums, and shopping.