Join Our Team
Center for Pain Medicine is an independent interventional pain practice in Fargo, North Dakota committed to delivering highly effective cutting-edge therapies for patients with spine and joint related pain. Our experienced team strives to provide the highest standard of patient-centered care with a focused purpose of helping each patient function at their personal best.
CPM Ambulatory Surgery Center is accredited by Joint Commission and provides the optimal environment for performing all interventional pain management procedures including implanting intrathecal drug delivery systems and spinal cord stimulators as well as executing regenerative medicine injection therapy.
We are frequently seeking high quality individuals to join our compassionate and friendly team. You are invited to review the open positions and submit your CV/resume to Info@cpmfargo.com or contact Rachel Maier at 701-551-6988.
Per Diem Radiologic Technician
Center for Pain Medicine Surgery Center is seeking a per diem Radiologic Technologist who can assist physician with procedures performed in the OR/Procedure Room utilizing the Surgery Center C-Arm. The Radiologic Technologist will be responsible to fill in as needed, for making patients who come in for procedures feel comfortable and operating the Surgery Center’s radiologic equipment. If you have a background in healthcare, specifically in surgery, and a current ARRT certification, we encourage you to submit your resume for this per diem position.
Center for Pain Medicine Clinic & Surgery Center, is seeking a qualified RN to join a highly compassionate team. Working at CPM you will get to see the full circle of the patient care. Our physicians will see patients in clinic and also in the surgery center. Working in the clinic we get to build a relationship with each patient, which helps them during their time here for an office visit or a Procedure in the ASC.
Center for Pain Medicine is seeking a board certified interventional pain medicine physician to join its rapidly growing practice. The applicant must have strong technical and personal skills to evaluate and treat patients with complex pain conditions and be proficient in performing fluoroscopic guided interventional procedures.