At St. Peter’s, you can build your career at an independent, DNV accredited regional medical center while enjoying premier mountain living in the heart of the West.
Meet our Provider Relations team
If you’re interested in learning more about the career opportunities at St. Peter’s Health, connect with our local Provider Relations team or complete this online form.
Kendra Lenhardt is the Senior Director of Provider Relations
Lindsey Darfler is the St. Peter's Provider Recruiter. Contact Lindsey at LDarfler@sphealth.org or 406-495-6902.
Madison Peterson is the Provider Recruiter Liaison
Heather Wiehn is the Provider Financial Analyst
Explore the opportunities at St. Peter’s Health.
- Family Medicine
- Medical Oncology, Hematology
- Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) Provider
- Orthopaedic Surgery (Foot and Ankle Specialty)
- Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeon
Advanced Practice Provider Opportunities
Explore the opportunities at St. Peter’s Health (Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant).
- General Surgery
Practicing at St. Peter’s Health
St. Peter's is a Provider Driven Organization that offers an income guarantees to all employed providers whether established or new to Helena. Benefits offered to employees of St. Peter's Health include but are not limited to:
- Recruitment Incentives
- Signing Bonus
- Comprehensive Benefit Plans
- Retirement Plan
- Continued Medical Education Allowance
- Free Family Gym Membership
- Free Parking
St. Peter's medical staff consists of approximately 125 physicians representing over 30 different specialties with significant strength in the primary care specialty areas. The physicians are organized in both large multi-specialty clinics and small clinics. All are Board Certified or Board Eligible. The average age of Helena's physicians is 48 years.
Located in Montana’s state capital, Helena, St. Peter's is licensed for 99 acute-care beds and 24 behavioral health beds and provides health care services to more than 100,000 residents of five rural counties. St. Peter's is an independent 501-3-C non-profit organization.
Whether you live for the outdoors or want to immerse yourself in a vibrant arts and entertainment community, Helena offers small town living with big city perks. With an excellent educational system and an average commute time of 12 minutes or less, Helena’s population of 50,000 offers a safe and relaxed environment. Raise your family in a safe and friendly community, where you are always welcomed with a smile and good old fashioned Western Hospitality.
Helena is an outdoor Mecca close to multiple rivers for fishing, floating and kayaking. Our gorgeous mountains are complemented by five lakes, three golf courses, a ski resort minutes out of town, as well as miles of mountain biking, hiking and running trails. Helena is home to two colleges, Carroll College and Helena College, both home to nationally-recognized nursing programs. Grandstreet Theatre and the Archie Bray Foundation are just two of the nationally-known arts and entertainment organizations that call Helena home. The Helena Symphony performs fan-favorite concerts throughout the year, including an annual fundraiser at the beautiful Ting retreat center. Centrally located between two of the countries most prestigious National Parks - Yellowstone and Glacier, Helena is the place to vacation where you live.