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Ob/gyn to remotely read no more than 8 limited OB ultrasounds a month
New Life Community Health Center
New Life Community Health Center (NLCHC) has been in existence as a volunteer run, faith-based free health center since 2000. We are in the heart of Queens and seek to serve the poor and marginalized in Central Queens with a special focus on undocumented
immigrants, those who are homeless, and those who have experienced sexual violence. The health center offers free comprehensive internal medicine
services Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings. A women's health program operates one Thursday a month.
In 2020 we began partnering with Borough Pregnancy Counseling Center (BPCC) to assist their parenting program and pursue an expansion of services for expecting mothers. Recently we purchased an ultrasound machine through a grant and gifts from the Knights of Columbus Council in Oakland Gardens, NY. This machine will allow us to utilize ultrasound images in speaking with women about their pregnancy.
Our Director of Women's Health, Shantae Rodriguez, has 17 years' experience as a Physician Assistant working in Women's Health and the Emergency Department. She is certified by the National Institute of Family Life Advocates (NILFA) to perform Limited OB Ultrasounds. Our plan is for Shantae to perform the limited OB Ultrasounds and offer the preliminary reading to the patient.
We are seeking an Ob/Gyn with a life-affirming perspective to partner with us in providing official readings of these ultrasounds and consultation as needed. We do not anticipate any
more than 6-8 ultrasounds in any given month and likely less than that based on our monthly Women's Health Day and historic client load. The Ob/Gyn providing this service could read remotely. This person would need to have a New York State medical license. Malpractice coverage could be provided through our
Federal Torte Claims Act coverage for Free Clinics. We will be referring these patients out for their ongoing OB care as we will not be providing OB care on site.
Contact Dave Jennings, Exec Director, for more details.
Link: http://www.nlchc.org/
APP (FT, PT, PRN Roles)
Watermark Health
Watermark Health is looking to add staff members to the team to support and offer leadership at the various charitable clinics across DFW. The role will be to function as an Advanced Practice Provider (APP) in patient care and lead the daily clinical and ministry operations.
Link: Watermarkhealth.org/workwithus
Full Time Early Prenatal Care Provider
WAtermark Health
Watermark Health is looking to add on an Early Prenatal Care (EPC) provider to be a compassionate example of caring for life and the value God has instilled in every mom, baby, and family. This role will provide key leadership in building an Early Prenatal Care Service Line, adding to our current scope of services. This service line will care for women facing under-resourced pregnancies, including some miscarriage management and post-abortive care as we intersect women in the first term of their pregnancy.
Link: Watermarkhealth.org/workwithus
Part-Time Dental Assistant
Watermark Health
Watermark Health is looking to hire an assistant to support our Dental Service line. The Dental Assistant will provide in-room support for dentists serving on site at our Watermark Urgent Care clinic (Skillman location), as well as facilitate the leadership of our dental service line with scheduling of patients, inventory, volunteer shepherding, hosting satellite clinics, and communication.
Link: watermarkhealth.org/workwithus
Part-Time APP Provider - CityBridge Urgent Care
CityBridge Urgent Care
The role will be to function as an Advanced Practice Provider (APP) in patient care, help oversee Provider volunteers, and lead the daily clinical and ministry operations.

Link: watermarkhealth.org/workwithus
licensed Counselor
Fredericksburg Christian Health Center
Counseling Sessions
• Provide targeting counseling designed to help the individual identify, cope with,
and overcome their problems.
• Provide prayer and spiritual encouragement as appropriate.
• Remain knowledgeable of the latest evidenced based methodologies in
counseling to provide patients with the best possible care
• Refer patients to other mental healthcare providers as necessary
• Appropriate documentation and billing in Electronic Health Record
Team Based Care
• Work in integrated behavioral health model with primary care team and other
members of the behavioral health team (Social worker and psychiatry). Collaborate
and coordinate care with other team members.
• Participates in staff morning huddle, weekly staff meetings, training sessions,
Bible study, and leadership meetings as needed.
Administrative Responsibilities
• Completes charting and billing in a timely manner
• Provides supervision for FCHC Social Worker
• Assists in writing behavioral health related policies and procedures
• Provides behavioral health related staff training
Required Education, Skills, and Abilities  
• Education and Experience
o Master’s degree in counseling or a related field
o All state-mandated licenses required for practice as a clinical counselor
(LCSW or LPC)
• Critical Skills
o Knowledge of evidenced based counseling methods
o Excellent communication skills
o Ability to deliver treatment that is customized to meet the unique needs of
every patient
o Ability to incorporate spirituality into counseling sessions as
appropriate/desired
o Ability to read, write, and communicate effectively with clients and staff of
different cultural backgrounds.
o Bilingual prefered
Link: www.fchc.us
Registered Nurse
Good Samaritan Health Services
Clinic coordination
Link: goodsamaritanhealth.org
RN/Nurse Manager
Hope Clinic of McKinney (TX)
Supervision and monitoring of all clinical medical functions to assure quality efficiency and coordination of appropriate patient care. Oversees all nursing and clinical support staff and volunteers.

Qualifications:
Minimum Education: Completion of a registered nurse program, BSN or Bachelor’s Degree required
Minimum Experience: 2 years
Minimum Certifications and/or Licenses: Licensing as a registered nurse and BLS
Minimum Skills: Experience with EMR, MS Word, Excel, MS outlook.
Our ideal candidate for this role is one that agrees with, identifies with, and has a passion for the vision and mission statement of Hope Clinic, including our priority of being a Christ-focused ministry first, and a clinic second.
Excellent written and oral communication skills, a high level of organization, and the ability to motivate and energize nursing staff in day-to-day operations and when implementing new programs or requirements. 
Available to work at least 1 Saturday shift per month.
Link: https://hopeclinicmckinney.org/job-opportunities/
Pediatric Medical Assistant
Grace Medical Home
Do you desire to work in place that encourages your faith and values meaningful relationships with each other? Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of others? At Grace Medical Home, employment is more than a job, it’s a calling. Our Christ-centered medical practice that serves the working uninsured in Orange County, Florida, seeks a qualified Medical Assistant to help care for our pediatric patients. Join our team of servant leaders and help our mission come alive for our volunteers and students. Qualified applicants must have strong organizational skills and must be bilingual (Spanish). Competitive salary and benefits. Hours of operation are Mon-Thurs, 8 to 6 and Friday, 8 to noon.
Link: https://www.gracemedicalhome.org/
Family Medicine Residency Program Director
Waco Family Medicine - Residency
Program Director of an established Family Medicine residency in Waco, Texas training 12 residents per class with fellowships in Sports Medicine, Hospice and Palliative Care and a one year Flexship in expanded primary care. Our core values are training physicians in full spectrum family medicine and passionate care for the underserved.

In addition to alignment with our core residency values the following experience is preferred:
• Graduate of accredited medical school (MD or DO)
• Satisfactory completion of ACGME accredited Family Medicine residency program
• Board certified in Family Medicine Licensed(or license eligible)by the Texas State Board,in good standing
• Minimum five years in Family Medicine practice or teaching
• Certifications: BLS (ACLS preferred)
• Minimum two years as an Associate Program Director or Program Director of a Family Medicine Residency Training Program

Link: residency.wacofamilymedicine.org
OB/Gyn Faculty for Family Medicine Residency
Waco Family Medicine - Residency
The Waco Family Medicine- Residency
seeks a full time BC/BE OB/GYN to join four
established OB/GYN physicians on our faculty.

- 60% Direct Patient Care - 40% Family Medicine Resident Education

The Waco Family Medicine Residency program is ranked in the top 2% nationally and its core commitments are training residents in full-spectrum family medicine and passionate care of the under-served.

Our Federally Qualified Health Center performs approximately 150 deliveries per month at Baylor Scott & White Hillcrest, representing 40% of the obstetric care in our county. Our patients are predominantly from an at-risk/high risk medical population. We provide care at Baylor Scott & White Hillcrest which has 24-hour in-house anesthesia coverage and a Level III NICU.

The ideal candidate for this position would
possess the following: - M.D or D.O degree from an accredited school
- Successful completion of an accredited
OB/GYN residency and be BC/BE with ABOG
- Commitment to evidence-based education of our family medicine residents with solid
command of current ACOG Practice Bulletins
and Committee Opinions
- History of teamwork - Excellent communication skills with patients
and staff to serve as a model for our residents
- Spanish language skills beneficial but not
required - Strong work ethic but an appreciation of the
excellent work-life balance and predictable
schedule offered by this position - Mission to care for the underserved patients
in our community

Interested candidates should forward a letter
of interest and CV: Dr. Katy Wesley at
katy.wesley@wacofamilymedicine.org
Link: residency.wacofamilymedicine.org
Community Pharmacy Practice Research Fellow
Cedarville University School of Pharmacy & CedarCare, LLC
This is a collaborative two-year fellowship for pharmacists at Cedarville University School of Pharmacy and our independent pharmacy: CedarCare, LLC! This fellowship will provide an experience unlike any other for a community pharmacy-minded individual who is interested in owning/running an independent pharmacy and developing innovative services in the community. You also will be teaching as an Instructor of Pharmacy Practice in the School of Pharmacy and have opportunities to develop your research and professional interests.
Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jrZNOZLFjH6jjaNIRHm9akwJNygbfzyq/view?usp=sharing
Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Cedarville University School of Pharmacy
We're looking for another faculty member to join our team across a broad variety of interests. You must have teaching experience, interest in engaging students, and a willingness to be collaborative. Contact me to learn more about what we are looking for in this position. The job post is a little older below, so I can give more details!
Link: https://www.cedarville.edu/job-openings
Kindergarten and 1st Grade Teacher
St. Paul’s Community School
Full time classroom teacher with a heart for community development, virtue formation, and high parent partnership. They also possess the ability to approach education with the whole-child in mind.
Link: spcsokc.org
Clinic Nurse (MA, LPN, or RN)
Hilltop Clinic
Job Summary:
Out-patient pediatric clinical nursing care

Responsibilities:

1. Monitor patient arrivals, room patients, update problem list, past medical and surgical history, social history, family history, and medication list
2. Obtain vital signs, chief complaint and prepare patient for the provider
3. Assists provider with examination, procedures, and care as needed
4. Reviews EHR for lab orders and processes appropriate specimens for outside lab
5. Adheres to standards for appropriate collection of all specimens
6. Performs in house lab tests as ordered by the provider
7. Notify Clinic Manager when supplies, tests, and other items need to be ordered
8. Oversees the management of vaccine stock. This includes maintaining appropriate documentation and handling of inventory as well as recording of refrigerator temperatures
9. Performs Immunizations, EKG’s, pulse oximetry, spirometry, PPDs, and other tests or medication delivery as ordered by the provider
10. Clean and stocks examination rooms.
11. Answer phones as necessary with appropriate documentation. Forwards all necessary information to the provider
12. Participates in team/staff meetings; attends in-service meetings and applicable workshops
13. Performs all other duties required to provide for optimal patient care. This may at times include tasks such as answering the phones, scheduling patients, answering triage calls, and other roles that may normally be performed by other members of the team

Minimum Qualifications
1. Graduate of an accredited medical assistant program with current licensure as a MA or LPN in the state of Oklahoma
2. BLS certification
3. Commitment to the Mission, Vision, and Values of CCHC
4. Evidences a commitment to whole-person care and compassion for people in the name of Jesus
5. Creativity, flexibility, an openness to change
6. Completion of application and background checks
7. Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred

Please submit a cover letter and resume with application.
Link: https://www.indeed.com/m/viewjob?jk=885f9f4f9090a5ce
Clinical Psychologist / Faculty
Waco Family Medicine - Residency
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: PhD in Clinical Psychology with clinical experience and eligible for a Texas license

Serve as the second clinical psychologist on faculty with a Family Medicine residency with 36 residents and an integrated behavioral health model. Waco Family Medicine has pioneered an expanded mental healthcare model pairing a clinical psychologist with a family physician combined with advanced decision support in primary psychopharmacology to offer comprehensive primary mental healthcare in a large FQHC context serving a vibrant and diverse inner city population in Waco, Texas a community of 150,000. The core values of the family medicine residency are full scope Family Medicine and passionate care for the underserved.

PRIMARY DUTIES:
1. Direct patient care in Behavioral Health referral clinic while teaching/evaluating family medicine residents on the behavioral health resident rotation.
2. Participation in structured teaching experienced for residents and other trainees through methods such as lectures, discussion groups and case conferences
3. Participation in interviewing and evaluation of residency applicants
4. Provide longitudinal advising and mentoring for residents

Please contact Dr. Ryan Laschober, Program Director, for a comprehensive job description.
Link: residency.wacofamilymedicine.org
Physician
Good Samaritan Health Center
We are looking for a family or internal medicine board certified or eligible physician to join our primary care team and provide patients with high-quality treatment and diagnostic services. The ideal candidate is a compassionate healthcare professional committed to our mission of spreading Christ’s love though quality healthcare to those in need. The person in the Staff Physician role will be responsible for meeting, assessing and diagnosing patients in our clinic and providing them with healthcare services that meet state and national standards for caregiving. The right candidate will have a passion for providing healthcare that responds to the multiple facets of health, collaborating with multidisciplinary team members to address the patient’s mental health, nutrition, and social needs. Although speaking a second language is not required, the Physician will need to be comfortable providing care for people of multiple cultural backgrounds, particularly Spanish speaking patients. Our clinic is a certified patient centered medical home, and the physician will be expected to work at least some Saturdays. The physician may also be asked to supervise nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
Link: https://goodsamatlanta.org/about-us/employment-opportunities/
Family Practice MD
NeighborHealth Center
NeighborHealth Center is a thriving medical practice caring for a diverse patient population amongst the underserved of Raleigh. Experiencing expansive growth, we are in need of a licensed Family Practice MD to enhance our growing team of healthcare professionals in our newly remodeled and expanded clinic. This is a full-time (Monday through Friday) position and offers full benefits.
Link: https://neighborhealthcenter.org/careers/
Pediatrician
NeighborHealth Center
NeighborHealth Center patients come from all walks of life, and if you share our values and our passion for serving the community, check us out. NHC is looking for a NCMB licensed pediatrician whose typical day would be serving as part of a medical team that works together to give children the care they need. This is a full-time, 40-hour-per-week position that offers a solid benefit package, a chance for a life outside of work, and a vision to make a difference in the lives of our most vulnerable neighbors. If it’s always been your desire to do meaningful work with a tight-knit team and make a difference in the welfare of our community, apply now!
Link: https://neighborhealthcenter.org/careers/
OB GYN
NeighborHealth Center
Opening in June of 2018, NeighborHealth Center is a thriving medical practice caring for a diverse range of patients amongst the underserved of Raleigh. Growing from 10 to over 65 employees in the last four years, NeighborHealth is seeking a NCMB licensed OBGYN to enhance our growing team of healthcare professionals in our newly remodeled and expanded clinic. This full-time position is located on Blue Ridge Road next to Rex Hospital and offers a benefit package including health insurance. If it’s always been your desire to do meaningful work with a tight-knit team and make a difference in the welfare of our community, apply now!
Link: https://neighborhealthcenter.org/careers/
Chief Development Officer
NeighborHealth Center
NeighborHealth Center is thriving nonprofit, faith-based medical practice caring for a diverse range of patients amongst the underserved of Raleigh. As we have entered our 5th year, we are experiencing huge growth and now need a full-time Chief Development Officer. We are seeking to hire a dedicated CDO to help to set direction and ensure the longevity of our organization. If it has always been your desire to do meaningful work with a tight-knit team and make a difference in the welfare of our community, please apply now!
Link: https://neighborhealthcenter.org/careers/
Urban Medical Year Internship
Christ Community Health Services
Welcoming all gap year students! The urban medical year intern works full-time, primarily alongside medical clinicians to facilitate patient flow by documenting patient encounters in the electronic health record. Interns also secondarily complete a 12-month medical/spiritual advancement curriculum. Interns spend 6-9 shifts/week alongside assigned provider(s), and 1-2 shifts/week completing the advancement work (shift=4hrs). This position is designed to launch college-graduates into further graduate-level training that would equip them to provide healthcare to those with greatest need, in the name of Jesus Christ.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Accompany provider into patient exam room to transcribe history and physical exam According to provider, list accurate symptoms, diagnoses, plans, and follow-up instructions Recognize elements of physical exam and record details appropriately
2. According to provider, list accurate orders for labs, imaging, and prescriptions
3. Document procedures performed by the provider
4. According to provider, properly document CPT/ICD codes necessary for billing/coding
5. Help maintain patient flow by matching pace of provider
6. Follow templates and progress note structure specific to provider
7. Follow billing/coding guidelines and respond promptly to claims editing requests
8. Seek clarity from provider when medical record appears to have ambiguity or discrepancy
9. Review and proofread documentation before finalizing

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

Education: minimum bachelors degree
Experience: prefer 6mos outpatient clinic experience or 3mos internal training; prefer 6mos experience with eClinicalWorks or 3mos unpaid training

Please contact Brian Blaugrund, Program Director, for a comprehensive job description.

Link: https://www.christcommunityhealth.org/urban-medical-year-internship
Development Manager
Christ House
The Development Manager leads fundraising efforts including, but not limited to donor stewardship, oversight of digital and print communications, foundation and governmental grants, corporate support, and special events and campaigns. The Development Manager is also responsible for writing appeal letters, newsletter content, grant applications and progress reports.

Essential Functions:

Meets organizational fundraising goals.
Coordinates direct mail and digital appeals.
Seeks grant funding from multiple sources (such as: foundations, corporations, government).
Writes funding proposals and letters of inquiry and is responsible for tracking and submitting grant progress reports.
Establishes and nurtures relationships with major donors, partners, and associate partners.
Supports and identifies events that Christ House might participate in for publicity and fundraising.
Maintains public relations by coordinating media contacts, supervising production of communication materials (such as: newsletters, social media, thank you notes, etc.), overseeing the website and developing engaging content.
Maintains and coordinates development data.
Assists the Chief Financial Officer in annual revenue projections for use in the annual budget in line with previous outcomes and strategic planning.
Link: https://christhouse.org/about/jobs/
HR Administrator / Administrative Assistant
Christ House
The HR Administrator / Administrative Assistant is responsible for all HR duties and provides administrative support to the management team consisting of the Executive Director, Chief Operating Officer (COO), and Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

Essential Functions:

Maintains employee records and personnel files.
Ensures compliance with federal and state laws regarding employment.
Maintains and updates job descriptions in coordination with the management team.
Oversees recruitment, hiring, onboarding, and offboarding processes.
Processes benefit enrollments, changes, and terminations in a timely manner and oversees annual open enrollment period by communicating benefit changes/updates to employees.
Serves as point-of-contact for employee inquiries and questions regarding organizational policies, procedures, and benefits.
Serves as point-of-contact for employee grievances, acts as a liaison between the employee and management team, and ensures proper documentation of employee grievances and follow-up.
Assists with researching and coordinating opportunities for staff education and training.
Assists with planning staff retreats and staff enrichment opportunities throughout the year.
Assists with drafting and implementing HR and administrative policies and procedures and ensures employee compliance with all requirements.
Manages inventory, ordering, and organization of office and custodial supplies.
Maintains and updates organizational charts and directories.
Assists management team with preparing and disseminating all-staff communications.
Assists management team with preparation for meetings by compiling and distributing reports and materials.
Other duties as assigned.

Link: https://christhouse.org/about/jobs/
Night Nurse (Full-Time and PRN available)
Christ House
Under the supervision of the Clinical Director, the Nurse provides holistic nursing support, patient care, and medication management. In collaboration with clinical and support staff, the Nurse helps manage medical issues and coordinates with the care team to address the multiple issues that contribute to homelessness.

Essential Functions:

Administers medications as ordered by providers.
Reviews new orders in patient charts and integrates them into patient care plan.
Works with clinical unit staff, including Respite Care Assistants, Providers, and Unit Clerk to effectively deliver high-quality care to patients.
Teaches and encourages patients’ self-care care practices regarding care of their illnesses, management of their medications, and activities of daily living.
Performs primary nursing procedures to include wound care and supervises wound care provided by Respite Care Assistants to ensure appropriate infection control measures.
Prepares patient referrals to hospitals and clinics, and processes information received on referrals.
Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:

Graduate of an accredited school of nursing.
Licensed in DC as an RN or LPN.
Link: https://christhouse.org/about/jobs/
Cook (Part-Time)
Christ House
The Cook prepares food and meals in accordance to planned menus or specially planned activities. In addition, this staff member adheres to food safety and sanitation standards in preparing, serving and storing food and cleaning the kitchen and dining room. The Cook also ensures all kitchen workers, employees and volunteers adhere to such standards and procedures. This position reports directly to the Food Services Manager.
Link: https://christhouse.org/about/jobs/
Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC Psychologist) Part Time
Christ Community Health Services
POSITION SUMMARY: The Primary Care Psychologist is a key member of the primary care delivery team at Christ Community Health Services. The psychologist serves an essential function of the Primary Care Medical Home (PCMH), and practices using the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) model. Embedded and fully integrated as part of routine care, psychologists’ function as generalists and consultants and will provide direct care, as well as scaffold the patient’s care team for prevention and intervention services across the lifespan. Psychologists, while functioning in many of the same roles as master’s level providers (LCSW/LPC), they are also required to provide advanced psych diagnostic assessment and care planning, consultation to other providers and to the clinical program, and supervise doctoral level trainees.

Education: PhD or PsyD in Clinical or Counseling Psychology (or relevant specialty area of psychology)
Experience: 1) One to two (1-2) years of postdoctoral experience preferably in a hospital or other primary healthcare setting, working closely with physicians and other medical professionals to provide team-based patient care, 2) preferred experience working with an urban, underserved population, 3) experience providing empirically-supported psychological interventions for both mental health and medical conditions, 4) experience utilizing electronic medical records for documentation and communication within an interdisciplinary medical team

Licenses or Certifications: Licensed in the State of Tennessee as a Psychologist with Health Service Provider (HSP) designation



Link: https://www.christcommunityhealth.org/
Behavioral Health Consultant ( LCSW)
Christ Community Health Services

What will you do as a LCSW?
The LCSW will provide assessment and treatment of psychological symptoms and psychosocial aspects of chronic medical conditions for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults within an integrated primary care setting.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Utilize brief psychological screening tools and clinical interviewing skills to provide a comprehensive assessment, diagnosis, and treatment plan for patients referred for Behavioral Health services.
2. Evaluate patients in crisis situations (such as those experiencing suicidal and homicidal ideation) to determine appropriate course of intervention and execute referrals as necessary.
3. Employ empirically-supported, focused interventions to treat commonly occurring mental health conditions and chronic medical conditions with psychosocial components and to assist patients in successfully achieving their goals.
POSITION REQUIREMENTS

Education: Master’s degree in Social Work.
Experience:
• At least 2 years of post-graduate experience preferably in a hospital or other primary healthcare setting, working closely with physicians and other medical professionals to provide team-based patient care;
• Experience providing empirically-supported psychological interventions for both mental health and medical conditions.
Licenses/certifications: Licensed, or eligible for license, in the state of TN as Licensed Clinical Social Worker.

Link: https://www.christcommunityhealth.org/
Family Medicine Physican w/OB
Southern Indiana Community Healthcare
Family Medicine Physican with OB experience
Link: https://www.sichc.org
Family Medicine Physican
Southern Indiana Community Healthcare
Family Medicine Physican
Link: https://sichc.org
LCSW
Southern Indiana Community Healthcare
Behavioral Health providers at SICHC request privileges to practice therapeutic counseling based on their training and experience. The categories and core privileges listed below are based on standards for Graduate Education in Social Work.

To be eligible to apply for LSW/LCSW privileges, the applicant must meet the following qualifications:

Demonstrate successful completion of an approved, specialized course of study which teaches the expanded clinical social work skills and knowledge relative to persons in the area of primary health care.

Must meet SICHC credentialing criteria.

Show proof of current license in the State of Indiana as a Clinical Social Worker.

Must hold Indiana Association of Social Work Board Certification (ASWB)



MEDICAL CHARTING RESPONSIBILITIES:

Documentation must be clear, legible, complete, and done in a timely fashion, describing each service the LSW/ LSCW provides to a patient in SICHC and relevant observations. Standard rules regarding authentication of, necessary content of, and required time frames for preparing and completing the medical record and portions thereof are applicable to all entries made.

AUTOMATIC SUSPENSION OF PRIVILEGES:

If at any time, the LSW / LCSW’s employment terminates with SICHC, the LSW/ LCSW’s privileges will automatically be suspended or if the LSW/ LCSW is in the application process the application process will be suspended as well. The LSW / LCSW will have sixty (60) days to submit a request to the Credentialing/Privileging Department for modification.
Link: https://sichc.org
President and CEO
Siloam Health
The President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for the successful leadership and management of Siloam Health and will cast vision and strategic direction for the organization in partnership with the Board of Directors while also looking ahead and monitoring opportunities, trends, and threats both internally and externally. As the organization’s primary spokesperson, along with the Board Chair, the President and CEO will ensure that Siloam is represented at relevant community, state, and national gatherings, associations, and professional groups and serve as an ambassador for Siloam and its patients in the broader community. The next President and CEO will effectively develop and steward resources to fulfill Siloam’s mission. Demonstrating working knowledge of the financial, professional, and institutional dynamics and policies relevant to a nonprofit organization providing health services for Nashville’s uninsured, the next President and CEO will be charged with overseeing the development, evaluation, and improvement of Siloam programs.
Link: https://bit.ly/Siloam-Health_President-and-CEO
Clinic Nurse
Lawndale Christian Health Center
The Clinic Nurse is a registered nurse who is key to providing support for our providers, safe care for our patients, strengthening operational quality, and ultimately improving clinical patient outcomes. The Clinic Nurse assists in the care coordination our patient’s healthcare needs, and serves as a teacher, advocate, and navigator for these patients within the context of the care team. This nurse will be responsible for providing direct nursing care, performing nursing assessments, participating in the continuity of patient care, being a servant-leader, and helping improve patient outcomes within the role a clinic nurse. Reports to Director of Nursing, Chief Clinical Officer of Operations, and Providers.
Link: https://lawndale.org/employment
Assistant Buildings Director
Lawndale Christian Health Center
Assistant Buildings Director reports to the Buildings and Construction Director and is responsible for planning, implementing, and maintaining the infrastructure and equipment of buildings and facilities. They perform analyses of operational processes, resource allocation, energy use, and safety processes, and recommend and implement improvements.

Required Knowledge, Experience, or Licensure/Registration
Bachelor's degree in mechanical, electrical engineering or
construction management
Certified Facility Manager (CFM) or similar certification
At least 3 years of experience in Facilities Management or in a similar
role. 
Proficient in Microsoft Office Programs.  

Link: https://lawndale.org/employment
Nurse Practitioner
Lawndale Christian Health Center
The Nurse Practitioner provides professional comprehensive primary medical care to ambulatory LCHC patients in collaboration with health center staff physicians. As a member of a Care Team, the Nurse Practitioner works with the other care team members to provide quality patient-centered care.
Link: https://lawndale.org/employment
Physician
MercyMed of Columbus
We are looking for a compassionate Physician to provide primary care for patients suffering from injuries and common illnesses. The Physician's responsibilities include diagnosing and treating acute and chronic illnesses. The physician will be based in one of the three outpatient clinics in Columbus, GA and will have the chance to work with rotating medical and mid-level students. Point-of-care ultrasound use is encouraged and can be incorporated into daily clinical use using our cart-based system.

We have a HPSA score of 19 and loan repayment through NHSC and Public Service Loan Forgiveness are available. We have also had applicants successfully receive coverage for their loan payments through Project MedSend.

Full time providers have 21 days of paid time off/year. This includes personal, sick and vacation days.

Health: While we do not have a medical insurance program in-house, we do provide reimbursement for personal medical insurance premiums up to $600/month. If a provider is on his/her spouse's plan, we will reimburse that portion of the premium.

Life: A $10,000 term life insurance policy is free to employees.

All providers are given access to UptoDate through our malpractice provider MagMutual. Providers receive reimbursement for license renewals and stipends are awarded towards CME/conference.

Primary Responsibilities

Diagnosing and treating injuries, illnesses, and disorder for patients of all age ranges
Confirming first trimester pregnancies
Ordering, performing, and interpreting diagnostic tests and explaining the results to patients.
Counseling patients on diet, hygiene, preventative healthcare, and other lifestyle changes.
Updating patients' charts and information to reflect current findings and treatments.
... and more!

Contact Billy at 706.326.6125 to discuss joining our team. Consider joining MercyMed as we seek to proclaim Christ as Lord and demonstrate His love through healthcare.

Salary: ($110,000-$120,000/year)
Link: http://mercymedcolumbus.com/
Major Gifts Officer
Lawndale Christian Health Center
The Major Gifts Officer is responsible for oversight of Lawndale Christian Health Center’s portfolio of individual and major givers that provide financial support to the programs and services across LCHC. The Major Gifts Officer (MGO) will work closely with the Development Director and Chief Administrative Officer to develop fundraising plans for the agency while overseeing fundraising events and key relationships with contacts from organizational leaders and the Board of Directors.
Link: https://lawndale.org/employment
Physician -Psychiatry
Lawndale Christian Health Center
Provides direct diagnosis and treatment of medical, psychiatric and neurological problems of patients including comprehensive diagnostic mental health services in the primary care setting. Prescribes medications for providing treatment to patients with psychological disorders, serves as consultant to primary care and behavioral health providers in determining appropriate prescribing plans.
Link: https://lawndale.org/employment
Physician - Internal Medicine
Lawndale Christian Health Center
Physicians provide professional comprehensive medical services for ambulatory and/or hospitalized LCHC patients. Incumbents will provide professional medical services for outpatients on a part-time or full-time basis as described in their contracts. As a member of a Care Team, the Internal Medicine Physician works with the other care team members to provide quality patient-centered care.
Link: https://lawndale.org/employment
Physician - Family Medicine
Lawndale Christian Health Center
Physicians provide professional comprehensive medical services for ambulatory and/or hospitalized LCHC patients. Incumbents will provide professional medical services for outpatients on a part-time or full-time basis as described in their contracts. As a member of a Care Team, the Family Practice Physician works with the other care team members to provide quality patient-centered care.
Link: https://lawndale.org/employment
LCHC Internship Opportunity
Lawndale Christian Health Center
While each opportunity is unique, interns can expect to be involved in projects at the front line of LCHC’s efforts to find innovative ways to promote the health of our patients and improve the quality of care they receive. Depending on the role, these projects will involve varying levels of patient interaction.
Link: https://lawndale.org/employment
Family Medicine Core Faculty
BUMC - Hope Health Family Medicine Residency
This position is available now, with the Residency Program to begin in July 2024.

Baylor University Medical Center and Hope Health were both founded as Christian ministries of healing, and they will strive to show God’s love for the community by providing quality, compassionate care and excellent training for our residents following Christ’s example of healing and teaching. An ideal candidate would espouse these values.
The Core Faculty (MD/DO) must be board certified in Family Medicine and must have documented clinical and academic experience. Previous experience as a faculty in Family Medicine Residency is preferred.

This position would include 0.4 FTE of teaching and administrative duties in the Residency Program, and 0.6 FTE of direct patient care as a Hope Health physician. Women's Health (prenatal and post-natal) will be included, with optional hospital OB.

As the program begins and grows, the Core Faculty will:
- Provide teaching, supervision, and evaluations to residents on the inpatient and outpatient clinical teaching service.
- Assist in the general administration of the program, recruitment, selection, instruction, supervision, precepting, counseling, evaluation, and advancement of residents.
- Participate in faculty development and didactic conferences as scheduled by the program.
- Assist in the preparation, delivery, and continuous improvement of the program curriculum.

Benefits
- Loan Repayment
- Paid time off: 3 weeks
- CME time (annual expenses allowed): 1 week
- Time for Mission Trips: 1 week
- Health, Dental, Vision, as well as Disability and Life insurance.
- Our malpractice coverage is through FTCA and no tail coverage is needed with this insurance.
- We also provide 401-K options, with annual contributions from the organization
Physician
Esperanza Health Center
Esperanza Health Center currently seeks a board certified Family Medicine or Med/Peds Physician to provide Christ-centered primary care to the predominantly Latino North Philadelphia community. Spanish functionality (or willingness to learn) is required. Providers have received loan repayment via National Health Service Corps, the Pennsylvania Loan Repayment Program, or Project MedSend. Learn more about this opening and other open positions at Esperanza Health Center by visiting our website at: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/
Link: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/
Dentist
Esperanza Health Center
Esperanza Health Center seeks a Dentist to provide clinical dental services and preventive dental care in a community health center setting. The Dentist supervises the dental assistants and dental hygienists of the community health center in the absence of the Dental Director. Graduation from an accredited dental school required; completion of an accredited general practice residency program is preferred. Ability to be clinically fluent in Spanish preferred. Learn more about this opening and other open positions at Esperanza Health Center by visiting our website at: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/.
Link: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/
Behavioral Health Consultant - LCSW / Psy.D
Esperanza Health Center
Esperanza Health Center is seeking a Behavioral Health Consultant (LCSW or Psy.D) to provide targeted individual and group interventions to our patients and community members of all ages, including assessment, brief clinical interventions or short-term therapy to address patients’ goals and improve functioning. Behavioral Health Consultants meet with patients individually in the context of their medical visit to provide targeted interventions addressing behavioral health issues such as depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, developmental concerns, and substance use, providing culturally-sensitive, strengths based, trauma-informed care to a diverse population. Behavioral health professionals are a valued part of the care team, working closely with our medical providers to serve our patients in a collaborative and holistic way. Applicants should be independently licensed as an LCSW, Psy D. LPC, or LMFT in Pennsylvania. Applicants who are seeking licensure are eligible to apply for our Behavioral Health Consultant position. Applicants should be bilingual in English and Spanish (we may consider applicants who are willing to participate in immersive language training).

Learn more about this opening and other open positions at Esperanza Health Center by visiting our website at: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/.
Link: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/
Recovery Specialist
Esperanza Health Center
The Recovery Specialist’s (RS) role is to support others in recovery from various substance use disorders. The RS will serve as a role model, mentor, advocate, and motivator to recovering individuals in order to help prevent relapse and promote long-term recovery. The RS must demonstrate an ability to share personal recovery experiences and develop authentic peer-to-peer relationships. The RS will be expected to co-facilitate or facilitate support groups and must have an understanding of and respect for each individual’s unique path to recovery. The RS must have a working knowledge of the drug and alcohol treatment system and a demonstrated commitment to the recovery community.

Learn more about this opening and other open positions at Esperanza Health Center by visiting our website at: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/.
Link: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/
Nurse Practitioner
Esperanza Health Center
Esperanza Health Center currently seeks a Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner (Adult or Family) to provide Christ-centered primary medical care to the North Philadelphia community and EHC's predominantly Latino patient base. Spanish functionality (or willingness to learn) is required. Providers have received loan repayment via National Health Service Corps, the Pennsylvania Loan Repayment Program, or Project MedSend. Learn more about this opening and other open positions at Esperanza Health Center by visiting our website at: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/.
Link: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/
Behavioral Health Associate
Esperanza Health Center
Esperanza Health Center is seeking a Behavioral Health Associate to work alongside our medical staff and licensed behavioral health professionals to provide integrated behavioral health services to patients in the context of a medical visit. Behavioral Health Associates also provide individual and group counseling services, in collaboration with lay health workers, as part of research study being conducted by Drexel University. Be part of a multidisciplinary team that’s finding innovative ways to reduce barriers and bring quality behavioral healthcare to North Philadelphia! Applicants who plan to pursue, or are currently pursuing, licensure as an LCSW, LPC, or LMFT are strongly preferred. Applicants who are already fully licensed as an LCSW, Psy. D, LPC, or LMFT are eligible to apply for our Behavioral Health Consultant position. Applicants should be bilingual in English and Spanish (we may consider applicants who are willing to participate in immersive language training).

Learn more about this opening and other open positions at Esperanza Health Center by visiting our website at: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/.
Link: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/
Care Team RN
Esperanza Health Center
Esperanza Health Center is seeking a qualified and committed Care Team RN to join our team. The Care Team RN addresses needs of walk-in and call-in patients, participates in patient health education, coordinates multidisciplinary referrals and follow-up of more complex patients, and provides spiritual care to patients. Must be Bilingual in English and Spanish. BSN required; RN with preferably a minimum of one-year post-graduate experience, preferably in a hospital setting. Learn more about this opening and other open positions at Esperanza Health Center by visiting our website at: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/.
Link: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/
Prevention Care Team RN
Esperanza Health Center
Esperanza Health Center seeks a Prevention Care Team RN - This position involves 0.5 FTE of Prevention Nurse responsibilities and 0.5 FTE as a Care Team RN (5 half days per week in each role).

- As a Prevention Nurse, this individual helps implement preventive health activities at Esperanza Health Center. Together with primary care practitioners and outreach coordinators, the Prevention Nurse will develop and implement care plans and patient education, and work with team members to provide linkages for the various health and social needs of patients.

- As a Care Team RN, this individual provides direct patient care in a care team through participating with the clinician in visits (especially acute co-visits, new patient exams and hospital follow-up visits), performing RN procedures in the care team, addressing needs of walk-in and call-in patients for a care team, providing patient education, integrating spiritual care, and coordinating care for complex patients on the care team.

Registered Nurse license required; BSN preferred. Good oral and written communication skills; bilingual English/Spanish required or willingness to learn
Applicants should have at least 1-2 years of experience providing clinical services.

Learn more about this opening and other open positions at Esperanza Health Center by visiting our website at: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/.
Link: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/
HIV Care Team Nurse
Esperanza Health Center
Esperanza Health Center seeks a full time qualified and committed Registered Nurse for the HIV Care Team Nurse position. This position is responsible to coordinate and provide primary care services to HIV patients and other care team patients, in collaboration with the center’s medical staff. Applicants should be a licensed Registered Nurse and have professional nursing experience in a hospital or community setting. Experience working with patients with HIV/AIDS; demonstrated understanding of HIV/AIDS-related issues and standards of care preferred but not required. Bilingual in Spanish and English. Learn more about this opening and other open positions at Esperanza Health Center by visiting our website at: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/.
Link: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/
Registered Dietiaian
Esperanza Health Center
Esperanza Health Center seeks a Registered Dietitian to provide individual nutrition counseling services as part of the health center's primary care team. The Registered Dietitian (RD) is responsible for nutrition counseling for any patient identified as having nutritional risk factors, with a strong emphasis on patients with obesity and diabetes. The RD also serves as the Diabetes Care and Education Specialist and manages a panel of patients within a multi-disciplinary, team-based approach to care.

Applicants should hold a Bachelor’s degree in Food and Nutrition or Dietetics from an accredited college or university. The approved practice experience or internship must also have been completed as required by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND). Applicants should be registered through the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) at the time of hire or within 6 months of hire and receive state licensure of Licensed Dietitian-Nutritionist (LDN) once registration is established. Bilingual Spanish/English required.

Learn more about this opening and other open positions at Esperanza Health Center by visiting our website at: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/.
Link: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/
Associate Finance Director
Esperanza Health Center
Esperanza Health Center seeks an Associate Finance Director to join our team in our mission to provide affordable, high-quality, bilingual and multi-cultural primary health care services in Jesus’ name to the Latino and underserved communities of Philadelphia. The Associate Finance Director is a lead accounting control professional responsible for grants administration, financial reporting, 401(k) plan administration, benefits analysis, reconciliations of general ledger accounts, financial tracking and analysis, and other financial tasks to ensure the accuracy and timeliness of accounting records and financial reports in compliance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). The Associate Finance Director reports to the Chief Finance Officer and works collaboratively as a part of the accounting and finance staff.

• Bachelor’s degree or higher in Accounting or Finance and 10-15 years accounting experience required.
• 1-2 years 401(K) administration experience, highly desirable.
• 3-5 years payroll and benefits administration experience, preferred.
• Strong organizational skills and ability to multitask; attention to detail, precision and accuracy working with figures.
• Strong written and oral communication skills. Must speak English.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office products, particularly Excel and accounting software
• Experience in nonprofit accounting and software preferred.
• Ability to exemplify the values of Esperanza in all circumstances and commitment to God’s concern for the poor; ability to share faith in Christ with others.

Learn more about this opening and other open positions at Esperanza Health Center by visiting our website at: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/.

Link: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/
Lead Health Information Management Analyst
Esperanza Health Center
Esperanza Health Center is seeking a qualified and committed Lead Health Information Management Analyst to join our team. The Lead Health Information Management Analyst will be primarily responsible for supporting all activities related to clinical EMR support for Esperanza. The position will manage key reporting timelines, coordinate submission of regulatory requirements and monitor ongoing performance of organizational performance of quality measures and initiatives. Working in collaboration with IT Staff, clinical staff, and other departments, this position will deliver data-driven guidance to support the organization’s goal of providing executive leadership, clinical providers, and support staff with actionable intelligence reporting related to the performance of the quality measures established for our EMR. Candidates must have experience using data mining tools, statistical analysis, and reporting tools. Prior experience in an EMR/EHR Support role setting is strongly preferred.

Bachelor’s degree required. 2+ years of experience with EMR/EHR maintenance and support preferred. Familiarity with technologies such as SSRS, SAS, SPSS, Tableau, Excel, Mel, is preferred. Requires SQL skills and good functional knowledge of relational databases.

Learn more about this opening and other open positions at Esperanza Health Center by visiting our website at: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/.
Link: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/
Practice Administrator
Esperanza Health Center
Esperanza Health Center seeks a Practice Administrator to join our team in our mission to provide affordable, high-quality, bilingual and multi-cultural primary health care services in Jesus’ name to the Latino and underserved communities of Philadelphia. The Practice Administrator is responsible to oversee all the Office Managers at all three of Esperanza Health Center's locations, as well as Medical Records, Call Center, and Patient Access Liaisons. The Practice Administrator is responsible for ensuring patient access to care and for ensuring patient satisfaction with services (including phones, personal interactions, etc.) across all sites.

Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s in Public Health or related field preferred
3-5 years of supervision and leadership experience 2 years of experience in a medical practice or institution; FQHC experience preferred. 3-5 years of customer-facing experience. Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred. Demonstrated knowledge of insurances and billing practices. Demonstrated ability and willingness to do hands-on work, including simple repairs and covering for staff when out. Experience in problem-solving and managing change.
Experience in Christian ministry; exhibiting spiritual maturity and servant leadership.

Learn more about this opening and other open positions at Esperanza Health Center by visiting our website at: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/.
Link: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/
System Administrator
Esperanza Health Center
Esperanza Health Center seeks a System Administrator to join the health center's IT staff in supporting Esperanza's mission to provide affordable, high-quality, bilingual and multi-cultural primary health care services in Jesus’ name to the Latino and underserved communities of Philadelphia. The System Administrator holds application specialist-level responsibilities for the performance, integrity and security of our Athena Practice Electronic Medical Records (EMR) system and other clinical applications. Additional requirements include troubleshooting EMR issues and SQL Database support. The System Administrator reports to the Director of Information Technology.

Preferred bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related areas (Computer Information Science, Information Technology, Network Administrator and Information System) with three to five years of EMR experience and one to two years of database experience strongly preferred. Technical knowledge of scripting and SQL required. Candidates should possess strong interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to discuss technical data to users; previous teaching/training experience; strong organization skills with the ability to occasionally work under stress are required. Clinical system experience is preferred.
Link: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/
Director of Human Resources
Esperanza Health Center
Esperanza Health Center is seeking a qualified and committed Director Human Resources to join our team. This position reports to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) and is responsible for directing HR functions and the HR team, in collaboration with managers, supervisors, and senior leadership, as appropriate. HR functions include organizational leadership, strategic initiatives, payroll, full-cycle recruitment, employee performance evaluation cycle, staff development and discipline, training and professional development, benefits, and volunteer training and development. The HR Director works collaboratively across the organization to establish working conditions that inspire all employees and volunteers to work effectively in advancing Esperanza’s mission.

● Bachelor’s degree required or equivalent experience.
● 5-10 years of administrative experience.
● 5-10 years of supervisory experience.
● Experience with ADP or other HRIS preferred
● Strong skills in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel
● Solid interpersonal and communication skills. Must communicate warmth and be able to put people at ease.
● Ability to remain calm under pressure.
● Demonstrated ability to handle many details and multiple priorities. Must show ability to organize, process, and verify details.
● Must have a solid record of handling confidential information, as well as demonstrating trustworthiness and honesty in all transactions.
● Solid record of timeliness and reliability in a work setting.
● Ability to integrate personal Christian faith with work.

Learn more about this opening and other open positions at Esperanza Health Center by visiting our website at: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/.
Link: https://esperanzahealth.com/careers/
Behavioral Health Provider
Lawndale Christian Health Center
The Behavioral Health Provider provides quality clinical mental health consultation to providers and staff, through direct service in the Primary Care Behavioral Health Consultant (PCBHC) model, as fully integrated members of multidisciplinary care teams. Provides comprehensive diagnostic mental health and behavioral medicine services, including brief assessments, interventions, education, referrals and consultations, for culturally diverse, medically-underserved patients.
Link: https://secure2.entertimeonline.com/ta/Lawndale.careers?CareersSearch
Dentist
Christ Community Health Services Augusta
Working under the supervision of the Dental Director, the Dentist provides professional, high-quality dental diagnosis, treatment and education to a broad range of patients, including children, adolescents and adults. The staff dentist also participates in the ongoing evaluation of Dental Program operations to assure the delivery of high-quality services that support the financial sustainability of the program.

Major Areas of Responsibility:

Provides hands-on dental care in a variety of settings while achieving the highest levels of appropriateness, quality, efficiency, accessibility and responsiveness
Maintains full appointment schedule for office practice and other settings
Provides a full range of general dental services within the dentist’s defined scope of training
Utilizes state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment techniques
Refers patients to specialists and relevant patient care components as appropriate
Prescribes pharmaceuticals, other medications and treatment regimens as appropriate
Directs and coordinates the patient care activities of dental technical and support staff as required
Follows established departmental policies, procedures and objectives, continuous quality improvement objectives and safety, environmental and/or infection control standards
Maintains necessary credentialing, licensure and continuing education requirements
Link: https://www.cchsaugusta.org/
Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
Christ Community Health Services Augusta
The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is a key executive team member whose primary responsibilities include planning, controlling, and directing the fiscal and IT operations. Overall, this position will oversee the administration of budgeting, accounting, purchasing, federal grants management, audit, internal and external reporting, compliance (including 340b), revenue management, reimbursement, billing, and information technology of Christ Community Health (CCH). Duties include monitoring cash flow, meeting with the CEO to discuss the best practices for company finances, and developing strategic plans to improve CCH’s overall financial health. Most importantly, the CFO serves as a “culture champion” by embodying the Mission, Vision, and Core Values of CCH.
Link: https://www.cchsaugusta.org/
Pediatric Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC)
Christ Community Health Services Augusta
If you enjoy working both in a team driven environment and leading Behavioral Health initiatives, consider applying for our Pediatric Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) position. Come grow with our Behavioral Health team, as we provide integrated care services to primary care patients.

Under the direct supervision of the Behavioral Health Services Manager, the Pediatric Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) is responsible for patient care and a variety of clinical tasks using the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) model. By using the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) model, the Pediatric BHC collaborates with primary health care providers and integrates best practices related to behavioral interventions and strategies. The Pediatric BHC will provide skill training through psycho-education, patient education strategies and develop a behavioral treatment plan for patients.

We're looking for a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), or Licensed Clinical Psychologist.
Link: https://www.cchsaugusta.org/
Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC)
Christ Community Health Services Augusta
If you enjoy working both in a team driven environment and leading Behavioral Health initiatives, consider applying for our Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) position. Come grow with our Behavioral Health team, as we provide integrated care services to primary care patients.

Under the direct supervision of the Behavioral Health Services Manager, the Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) is responsible for patient care and a variety of clinical tasks using the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) model. By using the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) model, the BHC collaborates with primary health care providers and integrates best practices related to behavioral interventions and strategies. The BHC will provide skill training through psycho-education, patient education strategies and develop a behavioral treatment plan for patients.

We're looking for a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Clinical Psychologist!
Link: https://www.cchsaugusta.org/
Bi-lingual Pediatric Certified Medical Assistant (CMA)
Christ Community Health Services Augusta
Under supervision of the Site Manager, this position will work in tangent with a care team off clinical staff and nurses, primarily assisting a licensed physician with a specialization in family medicine. Key responsibilities include:

Recording patient history in EMR system
Assisting physicians during examinations and procedures
Administer medications, injections, and treatments
Arrange hospital admissions and laboratory services
Check with patients and confirm patient charts
Prepare and sterilize treatment rooms and medical instruments
Produce and distribute correspondence memos, letters, faxes, and forms for physician
What we’re looking for in a candidate:

Medical Assistant Certification
Basic Life Support Certification
Understanding of Electronic Medical Records (EMR)
Proven working experience as a medical assistant or in a medical setting
Knowledge of medical office management and procedures
Knowledge of appropriate HIPAA and OSHA protocols
Demonstrates social perceptiveness and is service oriented
Fluent in English and Spanish required
Link: https://www.cchsaugusta.org/
Pediatric Floor Nurse (LPN/RN)
Christ Community Health Services Augusta
The Pediatric Nurse (LPN/RN) works within a Care Team to provide Nurse Visits, Triage, Case Management, patient education, and patient care support to the Care Team within the scope of nursing.
Link: https://www.cchsaugusta.org/
Dental Assistant
Christ Community Health Services Augusta
Under the general supervision of a Dentist in a clinical setting, the Dental Assistant assists the dentist in the provision of high-quality care within the scope of service consistent with accepted standards of care for dental assistants.

Key Responsibilities

Infection Control and Equipment Maintenance
Sterilize all instruments according to OSHA, CDC and ADA guidelines with 100% accuracy on a daily basis
Maintains inventory and dental supplies monthly
Maintains dental equipment based upon manufacturers recommendations
Prepares exam rooms for procedures and is prepared for clinic each day
Takes appropriate and accurate radiographs with no more two attempts (ALARA)
Provides active chairside assistance; anticipates the dentist’s needs
Applies fluoride varnish, sealants, and topical medications as required
Take impressions for study casts, athletic mouth guards and custom trays as needed
Assists in the prevention and management of dental emergencies daily
Routinely cleans, disinfects and restocks operatories daily
Accurately records vitals, medications, medical and dental histories for each patient
Accurately records dental treatment in notes prior to the end of each clinical day
Performs miscellaneous duties within the Dental Program as assigned
Link: https://www.cchsaugusta.org/
Family Practice or Internal Medicine physician
Baylor Scott & White Health
Physician leader in clinic caring for underserved uninsured population. Team based care with advanced practice providers and integrated care team approach to holistic care and improved patient outcomes.
Link: https://www.bswhealth.com/locations/douglass-community-clinic-plano
Revenue Cycle Specialist
Christ Community Health Services Augusta
The Revenue Cycle Specialist is responsible for performing various day-to-day patient accounts functions for our Medical programs, including patient and third-party billing, remittance advice and payment processing, problem resolution, statement processing, old balance review, and account inquiry. Billing specific software includes: eClinicalworks, Claim Remedi, Availity, GA Medicaid system, SC Medicaid system.

Key Responsibilities

Coordinate the initiation and processing of claims through practice management software and through manual entry at third-party payor websites;
Verify insurance via ECW and/or third-party sites
Scrub claims in order to comply with applicable coding and billing guidelines; Comparing progress notes for coding and diagnose accuracy
Creating batches of medical claims (1500/UB) to be sent to the patient’s medical insurance including Chronic Care Management and Medicare Wrap claims
Add quality codes to claims to receive incentives from insurance payers
Correct and re-process clearinghouse-initiated rejections;
Review and maintain follow up associated with unpaid/rejected claims, making corrections/adjustment as necessary; which includes submitting claim disputes and/or appeals for denied claims
Troubleshoot problems as detected in various billing and collections processes and document solutions;
Review patient accounts for possible refund scenarios, in coordination with the Billing Manager;
Occasionally provide customer service to patients inquiring about their accounts or those with outstanding balances; Other billing- and collections-related duties, as assigned.
Link: https://www.cchsaugusta.org/
Referral Specialist
Christ Community Health Services Augusta
The Referral Specialist is responsible for the referral process that is initiated by Providers at CCH. The position is also responsible for following up on any referrals created as well as any pre-authorizations required by patients’ insurance companies.

Key Responsibilities

Advocating for patients;
Receiving and processing patient information and paperwork related to patient’s referrals;
Making sure referral appointments are scheduled and followed up on;
Ensuring pre-authorization for services is received;
Ensuring all billing information is entered correctly by other staff so referrals can be processed in timely manner;
Informing self-pay patients of the cost of services at the referred facilities;
Processing referrals that come through patient portal.
Link: https://www.cchsaugusta.org/
Float Certified Medical Assistant (CMA)
Christ Community Health Services Augusta
Under supervision of the Site Manager, this position will work in tangent with a care team off clinical staff and nurses, primarily assisting a licensed physician with a specialization in family medicine. Key responsibilities include:

Recording patient history in EMR system
Assisting physicians during examinations and procedures
Administer medications, injections, and treatments
Arrange hospital admissions and laboratory services
Check with patients and confirm patient charts
Prepare and sterilize treatment rooms and medical instruments
Produce and distribute correspondence memos, letters, faxes, and forms for physician
What we’re looking for in a candidate:

Medical Assistant Certification
Basic Life Support Certification
Understanding of Electronic Medical Records (EMR)
Proven working experience as a medical assistant or in a medical setting
Knowledge of medical office management and procedures
Knowledge of appropriate HIPAA and OSHA protocols
Demonstrates social perceptiveness and is service oriented
Link: https://www.cchsaugusta.org/
Medical Assistant
Grace Medical Home
Covers the floor on the Adult and Pediatric side as necessary and provides individualized patient care.
Link: https://www.gracemedicalhome.org/employment
Family physician
Carolina health centers
Working in Greenwood Sc at 2 different clinic sites about 1 mile apart. One of the clinics was located in a Hispanic church but we outgrew that sight and now have an office in the clinic for pastoral counseling. Spanish speaker is preferred. We also work with a large drug recover population and manage Hep c, Hiv and suboxone.
Link: None
Primary Care Physician
Covenant Community Care
Covenant Community Care, Inc. is a faith based charitable non-profit Community Health Center serving the people of Metro Detroit. As a Federally Qualified Health Center offering integrated medical, dental, behavioral health care to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay.

Covenant Community Care has a full-time employment opportunity for a Primary Care Physician to rotate between our east and west side clinics. Clinic care includes the delivery of quality primary health care and other health services and continuity of care to patients, making appropriate referrals with other healthcare providers to meet patient needs.

Physician must have the ability to function effectively as part of a professional team delivering healthcare in a community setting and have demonstrated abilities for working in a multi-cultural setting.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

Deliver quality primary health care and other health services to designated consumers of outpatient services and provides continuity of care to assigned patients.
Utilize an Evidence Based Medicine approach wherever feasible.
Provide consultation and health education to patients, family and community.
Prescribe and dispenses medications as licensed.
Make appropriate recommendations and referrals for follow-up with other health services providers to meet the needs of consumers.

Health/ Vision/ Dental insurance
Life Insurance, short and long term disability benefits
Paid holidays
Generous time off
Continuing education allowance & time off
401K
Potential for up to $60,000 in loan repayment through National Health Service Corps (NHSC)
Loan Repayment as a Federally Qualified Health Center
Apply on our company website: www.covenantcommunitycare.org

Cover Letter required
Link: https://covenantcommunitycare.org/welcome/get-involved/jobs/
Behavioral Health Associate
Esperanza Health Center
BHA works alongside our medical staff and licensed behavioral health professionals to provide integrated behavioral health services to patients in the context of a medical visit. They also provide individual and group counseling services as part of research study being conducted by Drexel University.
What You Will Be Doing: Provide culturally sensitive, strengths based, trauma-informed care to a diverse population. Meet with patients individually in the context of their medical visit to provide targeted interventions addressing behavioral health issues such as depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, developmental concerns, and substance use. Collaborate with patients and medical providers to provide effective treatment planning. Create, plan, and facilitate groups in a variety of innovative formats to promote emotional wholeness and address specific patient needs. Provide crisis intervention, crisis management, and safety planning as appropriate. Document patient progress and services provided in the Electronic Medical Record. Assist with referrals to higher levels of behavioral health care and provide information about other community resources as appropriate
What We Offer: Chance to work in a collegial work environment with like-minded experienced professionals. Ongoing clinical supervision to complete licensure requirements provided during paid working hours. Continuing Education opportunities. Tuition reimbursement program after one year of employment. You may qualify for federal or state loan forgiveness programs.
You May Be a Good Fit If You: Have a MSW, Master in Counseling, or related field. Applicants who plan to pursue, or are currently pursuing, licensure as an LCSW, LPC, or LMFT are strongly preferred. Are bilingual in English and Spanish (we may consider applicants who are willing to participate in immersive language training.)

Link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=75f63ba3-040d-49aa-9f33-fcfc46d1ccfe&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US&jobId=447979
Director of Advancement
Exalta Health
The Director of Advancement is responsible for developing and implementing the development strategy for Exalta Health. Reporting to the President, the Director is responsible for achieving the fund development goals and engaging stakeholders in advancement activities of the organization. The Director manages the development and use of social media, public relations and marketing materials. Additionally the Director oversees and manages all special events.
Link: https://exaltahealth.org/careers/
Behavioral Health Provider
Covenant Community Care
Covenant Community Care, a faith based charitable non-profit Community Health Center serving the people of Metro Detroit is seeking a full-time Behavioral Health Provider to join our behavioral health team. As a Federally Qualified Health Center, we offer integrated medical, dental and behavioral health care to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay. The position is located at our clinic located in southwest Detroit.

The Behavioral Health Provider will provide integrated and outpatient counseling services within a primary care setting. Care is provided with an emphasis on integrating screening and brief interventions, as well as follow-up/outpatient care as appropriate.

Licensed Master’s Social Worker (LMSW) - Required
Bi-lingual English-Spanish speaking - Required
Two years experience
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Good Judgement and ability to make decisions independently
Dependable, organized and the ability to efficiently prioritize work
BENEFITS:

Health/ Vision/ Dental insurance
Life Insurance, short and long term disability benefits
Paid holidays
Generous time off
Continuing education allowance & time off
401K
Potential for up to $50,000 in loan repayment through National Health Service Corps (NHSC)
Link: https://www.covenantcommunitycare.org
Family Medicine Program Director
Loma Linda University Health-Murrieta
We have an immediate opportunity for a program director for the Family Medicine Residency. The residency is graduating its first class of 8 residents in June of 2023. It is certified for 36 residents (12/year). The hospital is a free standing satellite of the Loma Linda University separately accredited by The Joint Commission and ACGME. The program and Institution have achieved Continued Accreditation by the ACGME. We have a strong core and specialty faculty. There is a Federally funded primary care clinic on site. The community is a strong family based community with an active small industry and retail business center, a highly related school system, and proximity to multiple entertainment opportunities.
Link: murrieta.lluh.org/about-us/murrieta-family-medicine-residency
Optometrist
Beacon Christian Community Health Center
We have an immediate opening for an optometrist to join our health center! Full-time position. If you are ready for a new adventure in New York City, come and see us at our exhibit booth!
We are NHSC approved site as well as eligible for Medsend grants as well.
Dentist
Beacon Christian Community Health Center
We have an immediate opening for a dentist to join our health center! starfing as part-time position but has capacity to grow into full-time position. High area of unmet need for dental services. If you are ready for a new adventure in New York City, come and see us at our exhibit booth!
We are NHSC approved site as well as eligible for Medsend grants as well.
Nurse
Beacon Christian Community Health Center
Looking for an adventure? Come join us in New York City as a member of our clinical team using your nursing skills to serve our patients and our community. Bilingual in Spanish, Urdu, Korean, Arabic, or Farsi huvhly desired.
Eligible for Medsend grants and also NHSC approved site.
Bilingual LMHC or LCSW
Beacon Christian Community Health Center
We are looking for a bilingual LMHC or LCSW to join us as we are serving an influx of migrant asylum seekers in NYC.
Full-Time position.
Eligible for Medsend grants.
LCSW
Christ Health Center
Come and join the Christ Health Team where we make disciples of Christ through excellent and affordable healthcare among underserved communities in Birmingham.
Link: www.Christ health center.org
X-ray Tech
Christ Health Center
Come and join the Christ Health Team where we make disciples of Christ through excellent and affordable healthcare among underserved communities in Birmingham.
Link: www.christhealthcenter.org
Nurse and nurse manager positions
Christ Health Center
Come and join the Christ Health Team where we make disciples of Christ through excellent and affordable healthcare among underserved communities in Birmingham.
Link: www.christhealthcenter.org
Psychiatrist or psychiatric NP
Christ Health Center
Come and join the Christ Health Team where we make disciples of Christ through excellent and affordable healthcare among underserved communities in Birmingham.
Link: www.christhealthcenter.org
Dentist
Christ Health Center
Come and join the Christ Health Team where we make disciples of Christ through excellent and affordable healthcare among underserved communities in Birmingham.
Link: www.christhealthcenter.org
Medical Provider
Good News Community Healthcare Center
We are a non-profit faith- and community-based health center serving our neighbors in Rockwood and
East Multnomah County. Our mission is to “provide excellent physical, mental, and spiritual care to the
underserved with the love of Christ.” Our vision is to see “Christ glorified in transformed communities.”
And our core values include: Compassion, Hope, Relationship, Integrity, Servanthood, and
Transformation.

Clinic History:
In 2006, Dr. Bob Sayson and his wife, Alice were serving at an event in the Rockwood neighborhood, Bob
was struck by the crowd of people seeking access to simple medical care from which they were
otherwise cut off. Impressed, he invited a core group of friends and mentors to pray with him about
what role he might have in God’s plan to restore Rockwood. While reflecting on Matthew 14:28 and
Romans 15, Bob and Alice were compelled that this was Christ’s movement, and resolved to leave
practice, downsize life, and volunteer their time and service to see Rockwood redeemed. They had no
idea the movement it would inspire. Shortly after that decision, a donor stepped forward and acquired a
dilapidated tanning salon: the site which would become the Good News Clinic. Over 100 volunteers converged on a community blight, turning it into a beautiful medical clinic.
On May 5, 2007, the clinic opened its doors to its neighbors. Since then and through the course of some 35,000 visits, the name of
Christ has been lifted up in healthcare, and the hearts of some 9,000 patients have known joy and hope
while experiencing physical healing. Alongside Bob, over 80 volunteers each year have carried the Good
News, some 200 students have witnessed professional, sacrificial service, and the staff has expanded to
grow the programs that have so blessed the community.
Link: https://youtu.be/1gMI7HTh4DQ
Executive Director
Hurtt Family Health Clinic
We are hiring for an experienced Executive Director to work with a dedicated and missional team to serve the underserved in Santa Ana, California
Link: https://www.hurttclinic.org/executive-director/
Advanced Practice Provider (NP/PA)
LA Christian Health Centers
Los Angeles Christian Health Centers (LACHC) is recruiting a full-time medical provider for our clinic sites in Downtown Los Angeles and East Los Angeles caring for those on the margins. Primary care and street medicine care.
Link: www.lachc.com
Provider: Family Doc, PA or FNP
Novant Health
Clinics donated by Michael Jordan to serve the undeserved in Charlotte and Wilmington. Competitive pay and great resources.
Link: None
Nurse
Covenant Community Care
Covenant Community Care, a faith based charitable non-profit Community Health Center serving the people of Metro Detroit, has an immediate opportunity for a Registered Nurse to work at our Joy-Southfield clinic.

Registered Nurses are cross-trained to function throughout the clinic, including primary care for adults and children. Duties include:

Triage of patients presenting with questions and concerns
Assessments, education, extensive orders for labs and testing using established protocols
Accurate and thorough nursing documentation
Respond to EMR calls to request for medication refills, medical advice, and care coordination using established protocols for medication refills
Review lab results, respond using established protocols, and notify patients of abnormal labs
Function as a member of an interdisciplinary team (including medical providers, medical assistants, behavioral health staff and reception/administration support staff) to provide comprehensive care
Assist in Care Coordination for patients
Communicate and facilitate positive relationships with our community partners, including local hospitals and community service agencies
Other nursing related tasks that may arise throughout the day
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Associate’s Degree or Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing
Must have a current, unencumbered Registered Nurse license in the State of Michigan
Proficiency with computers and Electronic Health Records will be essential.
Knowledge and experience using EPIC or Athena is a plus.
Just as important as clinical nursing expertise, applicants should be able to effectively work in a multi-cultural setting and possess a willingness to work with underserved patient populations. This exciting opportunity allows nurses to practice to a high degree of professional autonomy in a challenging, yet highly rewarding setting.

Job type: Full-time 40 hrs
Link: https://covenantcommunitycare.org/welcome/get-involved/jobs/
Homeless Outreach Nurse
Covenant Community Care
Covenant Community Care, a faith based charitable non-profit Community Health Center serving the people of Metro Detroit is seeking a full-time Registered Nurse to join our Outreach team in Detroit. As a Federally Qualified Health Center, we offer integrated medical, dental and behavioral health care to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay. Nurse will deliver high quality patient care and services to patients experiencing homelessness.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Provide professional care in a street setting. This may include assessing medical needs addressing acute needs, chronic conditions, and preventive health maintenance. Assessing needs may include assessment of spiritual, emotional, mental and social needs.
Assists with patient care, vital signs, and procedures.
Assist with clinical follow up to ensure patient self-management or self-care goals are being addressed.
Perform triage on patients and refer to clinic for follow up or emergent care
Dispense medications according to approved standardized procedures, including nebulizer treatments and giving medication injections and vaccines.
Provide crisis intervention when required to promote a safe and peaceful clinic setting and keep patients and staff safe.
Ensures mobile team engages in activities designed to improve the quality of its services.
Document all patient interactions in the patient chart in the EMR.
Oversees the compliant ordering, storage, inventory and distribution of medical and supplies.
Opportunity for growth into a supervisory role.
QUALIFICATIONS:

Associate’s Degree or Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing
Must have a current, unencumbered Registered Nurse license in the State of Michigan
Proficiency with computers and Electronic Health Records (Athena Health) will be essential.
Knowledge and experience using Athena is a plus.
Potential for up to $50,000 in loan repayment through National Health Service Corps (NHSC)

Link: https://covenantcommunitycare.org/contact-us/
Homeless Outreach Worker
Covenant Community Care
Homeless Outreach Worker will assist the care team and function as an educator, coordinator, advocate and facilitator of health and health services for individuals in the street medicine setting. Homeless Outreach Worker will work to improve the quality of patient care through ongoing communication and collaboration with the multidisciplinary care team for chronically ill homeless patients.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Coordinate and assist patients with transportation to and from healthcare appointments.
Assist in patient registration as needed.
Assist in the set-up, maintenance and cleanliness of homeless outreach vehicles, mobile clinics and remote sites in partnership with the Mobile Medical team and facilities department.
Distribution of shoes, socks, boots, water, PPE, hygiene kits and care items from community partners in keeping with all FQHC guidelines and Covenant Community Care policies and procedures.
Assist patients in referrals to resources for the reestablishment of identification, benefits, housing etc. Perform regular non-medical outreach establishing relationships of trust and building bridges to people experiencing homelessness.
Provide transportation and non-medical support to providers and staff in the provision of medical care. Assist team in the set-up, cleaning and restocking of mobile clinic and remote sites.
Documents all services delivered in a timely, accurate and prescribed manner, in compliance with the Covenant Community Care quality assurance plan.
QUALIFICATIONS

Experienced in a patient advocacy role or in community service non-profit preferred
Certified Peer Support Specialist or Certified Peer Recovery Coach preferred
Prior experience working with homeless or at-risk populations preferred
Great interpersonal and conversation skills
Good driving record
High school graduate
Job Type - full-time 32-40 hours
Link: https://covenantcommunitycare.org/welcome/get-involved/jobs/
Gap Year Clinical Internship
Church Health
Church Health Scholars is a paid year-long program for recent college graduates seeking to explore a career in health care and make an impact in their community.

Service areas include: optometry, dental, medical, behavioral health/SDOH, physical rehabilitation, specialty care, and healthcare navigation and patient care.
Link: churchhealth.org/scholar-opportunities
Family Physician
3C Community Clinic
Come join us for a journey ahead of us that the Lord Jesus leads us into. We are FQHC look-alike and growing fast.
Patient will be all ages, adult and child.
Link: None
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