Careers and Job Opportunities

Careers at the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine

Doctors and Students

The University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine for more than four decades has prepared physicians who are leading the way to better health for Nevada, the nation and the world. Our more than 1,800 M.D. graduates have received advanced education to provide the best in service to the fields of primary and specialty care, as well as medical research. We have over 400 full or part time team members and nearly 500 clinical employees. Read about why we think the School of Medicine is a great place to be or talk to any of our employees and hear for yourself why you should become a part of our family.

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About the School

About the School

Learn more about the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine and our history as the first public medical school in the State.

Why Work at the School of Medicine

Why Work at the School of Medicine

As an employee at the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine you're a part of the community dedicated to improving health in Nevada.

Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities

See a listings of all Faculty, Staff, Student and Resident opportunities within the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine.

About Reno

About Reno

Nevada's statewide public medical school is proud to have significant resources for education, research, patient care and community involvement in Reno, Las Vegas and rural communities, but the school has its origins in Reno, known as the Biggest Little City in the World. With a population of more than 225,000, Reno is northern Nevada's largest city, yet one that offers a laid-back outdoorsy lifestyle garnished with generous portions of the arts, culture, history, entertainment and dining. For those who seek education or career opportunities in medicine, the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine and Reno offer an exciting place to start the adventure.

About Las Vegas

About Las Vegas

In the late 70s, the School of Medicine began training medical students at Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital in Las Vegas, now known as University Medical Center, after completion of a six-story medical education center on the west end of the hospital's campus. The majority of clinical education and patient care operations at the medical school are offered in Southern Nevada.