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As a condition of employment, all Roanoke Chowan Community Health Center new hires are required to be COVID-19 vaccinated prior to your first day of employment. Accommodations to begin the vaccination process can be scheduled with RCCHC’s Occupational Health on your first day should you choose to do so. In accordance with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), reasonable accommodations can be made for employees with disabilities that prevent them from receiving the vaccine. Similarly, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations for individuals who notify us of sincerely held religious beliefs that prevent them from receiving the vaccine.

POSITION TITLE: Mid-Level Provider Agricultural Health

REPORTS TO: Chief Medical Officer

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY:

DEPARTMENT: Clinical

POSITION STATUS: Exempt

POSITION SUMMARY: The Mid-Level Provider assists in providing health care for patients under supervision of MD. Provides clinical coordination for patients with concentration on the first 24 hours of care. Fosters the Educational Development of Patients and Families. Supports the care of the patient through the system with an emphasis on quality outcomes. The Mid-Level Provider will model behaviors consistent with the published values and the Code of Conduct of RCCHC.

POPULATION SERVED: Roanoke Chowan Community Health Center will provide open access, community-oriented primary care of the highest quality to all residents, migrants and seasonal farmworkers, as well as, visitors of Hertford, Bertie, Northampton, Gates, Washington and surrounding counties, regardless of their ability to pay.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Licensed to practice medicine in North Carolina
Board certified or eligible
Maintains current DEA number
Master’s degree in Nursing or Science in Physician Assistant Studies and two years post training within a practice preferred
Must accept the several principles of community healthcare which include but are not limited to the following; commitment to serve patients regardless of their ability to pay, commitment to practices of health promotion and disease prevention, skill or aptitude in the management of physician and non-physician medical personnel
Works effectively with others and is able to organize workload, as well as assume responsibility and maintain confidentiality
Must be able to work independently, exercise appropriate decision making skills, and function effectively on a team.
Must possess focused care on Agricultural Health
Must be able to speak and communicate clearly and effectively

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Treat patients in the clinic who have appointments as well as “walk-in” patients
Participate with on call rotations with other providers
Practice cost conscious and cost effective medical care
Provide consultation with other medical providers at RCCHC
Ensure each medical encounter is documented appropriately and in a timely manner
Review laboratory data daily and take appropriate action promptly
Comply with all performance standards set by RCCHC and those required by an agency providing funds
Serve on one or more committees that provide performance improvement assurance for clinical practice at RCCHC
Attend medical staff meetings and participate in CME activities
Participate as an active member of the RCCHC team
Maintain compliance with workflows, policies and procedures as well as other activities to support PCMH model of care and accreditation

PROVIDER RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Provider shall devote their best professional skill and services in practicing medicine in accordance with the customary rules of ethics and conduct of the general practice of medicine, and specifically, as set forth by the North Carolina Board of Examiners.
The Provider will comply with RCCHC’s requirements for: pre-employment drug and alcohol screening, criminal background check, and national databank search, with the understanding that any incriminating results are grounds for dismissal.
The Provider will complete all required Federal and State onboarding processes, forms, applications, etc., whether through paper form or electronic submission.
Provider will meet fulltime or part-time minimum hours as designated in addendum.
Provider shall be entitled to cumulative sick, vacation and holiday or accruals based on years of service per the Center’s policy.
Full time status Providers are encouraged to take up to 5 paid working days for Continuing Medical Education (CME) annually. Request for CME leave must be approved in advance by Center. Full Time Providers are allowed a maximum allowance of up to $3,000 for documented CME expenses, and lab coat purchase, per center’s calendar year, in order to maintain the professional status as a medical provider and subject to the availability of finds based on Center’s actual financial performance compared to the board approved operating budget. CME leave and allowances are noncumulative and are forfeited upon the termination of Provider’s employment for any reason.
Provider agrees to arrive at work on-time and to productively work during all hours scheduled.
The Provider is required to obtain and retain a state medical license and DEA number.
The Provider will participate in at least one (1) of Center’s Community Service Programs, Committees, and/or Quality Improvement Initiatives each quarter. Community Service Programs include Health Fairs, educational programs presented to the public and to civic, service, business and religious organizations, and other community health education programs. During Migrant Seasonal Farmworker peak Season Provider may participate in off-site, after hours medical programs to meet the Community Service requirement. Committees may include any subcommittee created within the organization to address a need or task requiring clinical leadership. If Center fails to offer any such opportunities during the quarter, Provider is deemed to have met this requirement.
The Provider agrees to provide direct medical care to all patients accepted for services at RCCHC, and will follow proper protocol and the leadership of the Chief Medical Officer when it seems necessary to dismiss any patients who prove to be too difficult, disruptive or dangerous to serve.
The Provider agrees to provide all information needed to complete all Licensure Credentialing process, procedure, and paperwork as directed by RCCHC to obtain Federal Tort Claims Act coverage for the providers work with RCCHC and to obtain payment for services.
The provider agrees to manage a panel of patients utilizing chronic care registries and health maintenance registries, and the provider will set the tone of team care engagement.
The Provider also acknowledges that all fees collected as a result of professional services rendered shall be the property of the Corporation.
The Provider agrees to complete all required documentation of medical records (electronically and in some situation using paper) in a timely manner (48 hours, unless otherwise notified) to completeness of documentation and to support billing activities to be done by other RCCHC staff.
The Provider agrees that RCCHC has the right to discuss all such issues with any officials, including such authorities as the hospital administration, the Chief Medical Officer, physician-led committees, state medical boards, or any other licensing or credentialing authority, etc. The Provider has no “right to privacy” regarding any issue that has implications for quality of care or qualifications or skills or job relevant behaviors of the Provider.
The Provider agrees to fully disclose any and all such information, sanctions, reprimands or performance feedback to RCCHC within two weeks of its reception.
The Provider shall perform such administrative and managerial duties as may be assigned to him/her by RCCHC (CEO/CMO) from time to time, including but not limited to, regular health center management, Quality Improvement meetings, and clinical policy and procedure development, review and/or revision, training sessions, which may occasionally be held at Lunch or after-hours dinner meetings.
The Provider will devote full time attention to rendering quality professional services on behalf of the Corporation. Outside Employment is permitted as long as it does not interfere with work at RCCHC. Specifically, the provider must not divert RCCHC patients to another practice.
The Provider agrees to cooperate with operational initiatives for improvement of the business.
The Provider agrees with RCCHC’s mission of improving access to care and agrees to work a schedule of patients that roughly corresponds to 15-30 minutes per patient, with 30 minutes for new patients and physicals.
The Provider agrees to see “walk-ins” on short notice, as needed and as possible, such as fill empty time slots on the schedule created by “no-shows” and to promote patient access to care.
The Provider agrees that the site leader controls the schedule and holds the authority to schedule patients in accordance with RCCHC policy and standard operating procedures. RCCHC acknowledges that the Site Leader will work with the Provider to optimize use of time in providing access to quality care for our patients.
The Provider agrees not to arbitrarily refuse to see patients, except with approval by the Chief Medical Officer, such as when a patient is a potential danger, a disruptive influence on operations, or a drug seeker. See Discharge Policy for more detail.
The Provider agrees to provide a written notice of resignation 90 days in advance of the last day of work. (If the Provider quits work and fails to give at least 90 days advance notice, the Provider forfeits all accrual vacation leave and will be required to repay any monetary advances, costs of processing visas, work permits, etc.).

IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING MANDATORY COVID-19 VACCINATION: Due to the surge in COVID-19 cases related to the Delta variant (and possibly other strains), increased hospitalization and ICU utilization and guidance/mandates from applicable authorities, including the state and federal government, Lincoln Community Health Center has instituted a mandatory vaccination requirement for all employees as a condition of employment. This requires all new hires to be “fully vaccinated” within 30 days of their applicable start date. “Fully vaccinated” currently means (a) 2 weeks after your second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or (b) 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine. Your vaccination status will need to be confirmed by providing proof of vaccination in a form satisfactory to Lincoln Community Health Center after an applicant receives a conditional offer of employment. Lincoln Community Health Center has a process for receiving and evaluating vaccination exemption requests due to medical contraindication, disability, and sincerely held religious beliefs under applicable law. An applicant seeking such an exemption should contact Human Resources to initiate that process no later than two (2) business days after receiving a conditional offer of employment. All information regarding vaccination status will be maintained in confidence in accordance with applicable law. Our policies on vaccination requirements and related COVID-19 protocols are subject to change based on changes in the law and applicable regulations, state and federal guidance, and trends within North Carolina and our local communities.

Lincoln Community Health Center, Inc. (LCHC), mission is to provide primary and preventive health care in a courteous, professional , and personalized manner.

Key requirements for any position are our “Core Values”:
•Courtesy
•Respect
•Quality
•Accessibility
•Teamwork
•Continuous Improvement

LCHC provides comprehensive, high-quality primary health care to our patients regardless of ability to pay. As a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), we provide health care to all members of our community, including low income, uninsured patients and diverse communities. We screen potential employees to first ensure alignment with our key requirements followed by the requisite position skills set. In doing so staff must be committed to the mission who do their best to live and work the characteristics of our core values as we strive to care for ever increasing members of the communities we serve. Understanding that each individual is unique, and recognizing our individual differences.

We believe that diversity and inclusion is critical and promotes our commitment to serving the Durham community.

PEDIATRICIAN
(PEDIATRICS)

OCCUPATIONAL SUMMARY:
Provides a variety of medical services for young children, adolescents and young mothers. Plans and carries out medical care activities to aid in growth and development.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Considerable knowledge of the medical field as it relates to Pediatrics. Ability to evaluate findings of physical examinations and tests against sensory and judgmental criteria. Ability to supervise the work of others. Ability to plan and carry out medical care activities at assigned clinics.

EDUCATION:
Graduation from an accredited school of medicine. Completed residency in Pediatrics. Licensed to practice medicine in the State of N.C. Completed specialty training (pediatrics) and must be board eligible/certified in Pediatrics. Special training or experience in appropriate medical specialty or specialties. Spanish- Speaking Skills are a plus.

Job Responsibilities:

Participates in the development of policies and procedures relating to the provision of clinical and related services. Provides supervision to midlevel practitioner staff.
Performs complete physical exams, obtains medical history; interprets and records findings.
Orders/obtains appropriate laboratory and diagnostic studies/tests to assist with patient evaluations, as needed.
Interprets and integrates data to determine preliminary diagnosis and appropriate therapeutic plan.
Administers medications, immunizations, and injections in compliance with state law and clinic guidelines.
Performs direct patient care services, which may include instruction, education, counseling, recommendation of medications and treatments, health and illness prevention, and/or community resources to meet specific needs to patient and family.
Coordinates and schedules laboratory studies and diagnostic procedures. Explains the necessity, preparation, nature and anticipated effects of scheduled diagnostic and therapeutic procedures to patients.
Reviews, writes, and renews medication prescriptions, which corresponds to the written standing orders, and/or, to the consultation advice of the supervising physician.
Documents, updates, and maintains patient records.
Summarizes records and prepares referral letters.
Performs administrative duties as may be request by the Medical Director
Communicates/confers with various outside agencies and resources regarding medical advice/information of clinic patients, such as dentist, social services, speech and hearing, etc., as needed.
Refers patients to specialist, such as ENT, Pediatric Surgeon, Dermatologist, Neurologist, Asthma, etc., as needed.
Participates in clinical research projects and prepares analyses/consensus report, when requested.
Confers with other health professionals regarding patient condition, if necessary.
Attends monthly staff meetings at the respective Practice designated.
Attends continuing education meetings, as required.
Promotes team, system, and organizational goals; maintains patient confidentiality and provides superior customer service.
Supervisory Physician Responsibilities*

Provides continuous, comprehensive primary care for infants, children, youth, and adults according to current standards of care and the patient centered medical home model of care
Provides direct supervision for Family Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants. Teaches and provides consultation to other health care providers as assigned by Medical Director
Lead Multi-disciplinary teams, coordinate and integrate care across all TAPM sites(e.g., subspecialty clinics)
Participate in Continuing Medical Education (CME) and TAPM’s quality assurance program
Preparation and Training

Doctor of Medicine with completion of residency training in a primary care practice. Must have a working knowledge of office equipment including computers, telephones, and such typical office machines. Must maintain effective written and oral communication and English skills. Must maintain current medical license with the North Carolina Board of Medical Examiner. Must be Board certified, eligible, or straight out of residency program eligible. All eligible candidates must be Board certified within 2 years of their contract date. Current DEA registration and CPR certification. Current ACLS or PALS required (depending on Practice of employment). Valid NC driver’s license for travel.

Experience:

Experience with provision of medical care to low income and indigent care patients preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience considered; it would take approximately 3-5 years to become proficient with the policies, procedures, and protocol utilized by Triad Adult and Pediatric Medicine.

WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

Position Summary:

The Behavioral Health Clinician (BHC) is integrated within a primary care clinic to function as a member of the multi-disciplinary team in the provision of mental health and substance use screening protocols, brief treatment, and services, including referrals and coordination of care for pediatric patients in need of specialty mental health and substance abuse treatment services.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge of:
Community resources and placement options for mental health and substance use disorders
Substance use dependencies, withdrawal symptoms, and addiction/abuse related issues
Psychopharmacology, behavioral health medications and drug interactions
Psychosocial aspects of chronic and acute diseases
Laws, policies, and regulations regarding mental health and substance use disorder treatments
Current evidence based treatments for mental health and substance use disorders
Skills:
Demonstrate cultural competency in serving diverse populations
Provide consultation and co-management of patients presenting with mental health, substance use disorders, physical health conditions and/or psychosocial factors that affect overall health in collaboration with the primary care team
Administer and interpret mental health and substance use screens in a primary care setting
Provide brief, targeted, evidence-based behavioral interventions to address mental health, substance use health, psychosocial and/or physical health condition risk factors with emphasis on prevention or early intervention
Demonstrate practical application of therapeutic approaches, group dynamics, crisis intervention, and case management
Abilities:
Coordinate/monitor specialty mental health and substance use disorder treatment referrals
Provide as needed case management and crisis intervention services
Demonstrate strong organizational and computer competency
Provide clear and concise documentation
Other duties as assigned

Preparation and Training:

Minimum requirement of a Bachelor’s degree in psychology, sociology, social work, or related human services field. Position requires proficient verbal and written communication skills, proficient organization/record keeping skills, ability to accurately prioritize patient needs, provide/track resource/referral assistance, and assist clinical team in crisis situations. Preference is for a bilingual candidate with previous behavioral health experience and accurate knowledge of behavioral health resources in our area. Licensure through the corresponding NC agency (LCSW and/or LCAS) at the provisional level or higher is required. For provisionally licensed individuals, licensing requirements will be adhered to according to the appropriate board including documentation of hours, supervision and continuing education. All degrees/licenses must be from appropriately accredited institutions.

Experience:

Three years of clinical experience providing therapeutic treatment services with mental health and/or substance use disorders with adult/adolescent populations preferred. Knowledge of public/private mental health/substance use treatment delivery system. An equivalent of knowledge and experience may be considered.

Are you a Certified Medical Assistant or RMA with two or more years of family medicine patient care experience and looking for an opportunity to grow and flourish in your career? Look no further! We are seeking energetic, dedicated, trained CMAs to join our team in Greensboro & High Point!

Here’s what you have to look forward to when you join our team:

Medical and Dental Insurance package(s)
401(k)
Paid time off to include vacation time, most major holidays and birthday time off with pay
Tuition Reimbursement
Work with a dedicated Medical Provider and team oriented staff

Opportunity for career growth
Family-oriented atmosphere
Additionally, we are a team oriented organization that collaborates with one another in a family-like atmosphere. With five local facilities, you have a chance to affect change in the community around you, and to a join a team that cares about you as a person.

Minimum Qualifications:

High School Education
Broad Technical Training in a nationally recognized Medical Assistant Program
Must be a currently Certified or Registered Medical Assistant
Working knowledge of data processing equipment, computers, telephones, and such typical office machines and equipment
Maintain effective written and oral English communication skills
Maintain CMA/RMA designation
CPR certification
North Carolina Driver’s License (for occasional outside travel)
Welcome home, and welcome to the next step in your career with Triad Adult & Pediatric Medicine!

Triad Adult & Pediatric Medicine is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

We are seeking energetic, passionate, dedicated, trained CMAs to join our team in Greensboro & High Point!

Position Summary:

The Triage Nurse will be part of a care coordination team supporting general care processes alongside the providers.

Job Responsibilities:

Triage Nurses manage nurse-directed patient telephone calls and from walk-in patients requesting health care services
Evaluate and assesses patient’s health care needs based on patient’s signs and symptoms
Obtain appropriate input and direction from the provider as needed to determine best clinical course of action and recommendations for specific patient health care needs
Coordinate and schedule same-day and walk-in appointments on the provider schedule
Maintain a nurse only schedule
Assist providers with special procedures as needed
Manage prescription refills per protocol
Administrative Responsibilities:

Document symptoms/complaints, nursing assessment, advice provided and patient/caller response. Follows policies, procedures, and protocols to ensure consistency and departmental effectiveness as well as improve health care outcomes of patients/callers and their access to appropriate health care
Complete all patient-related paperwork
Provide patient education: e.g. chronic disease, preventive and family
Participate in quality improvement programs
Assure that pertinent medical information is forwarded to proper departments as needed for continuity of patient care
Document in electronic health record (EHR), triage assessment, plan, implementation, and evaluation, follow-up
Must have knowledge of disease processes, normal growth and development of all age groups
Must possess community health knowledge and theory
Must operate with culturally sensitivity with respect to working with persons and groups of diverse racial, ethnic, economic and social backgrounds
Clinical Responsibilities:

Administers certain medications, injections, immunizations and family planning options as ordered by provider
In conjunction with Lead Nurse, monitor patient flow in the clinic; ensure that patients receive all recommended services in a timely manner
Minimum Qualifications

· Must have a current NC RN license

· Currently CPR certified

· At least one year of Triage Nurse Experience

· Associate’s Degree required

· Bachelor’s Degree preferred

TAPM IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

JOB SUMMARY
An exempt position responsible for providing primary care services, including assessing, diagnosing, prescribing, treating and educating patients. Works closely with physicians, advanced practitioners, clinical and administrative support staff in a team-based approach to patient care
KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES
 Working collaboratively with the lead physician to provide patient assessments, diagnosis, formulate treatment plans, prescribe medications, order laboratory tests, interpret test results, provide patient education, and refer for further care in accordance with the standards of care.
 Assessing patient status by obtaining health history through patient and/or family interviews and chart reviews, evaluating presenting illness, risk factors, family history, psychosocial, economic and cultural factors and performing appropriate physical examination. Seeking other information as needed, including consultation with primary care physicians and other clinicians, for evaluation of illness. Integrating data to determine diagnosis and therapeutic plan, including identification of any health risks
 Providing culturally and linguistically (with provided assistance) appropriate education and counseling to patients and their families/caregivers
 Ordering and performing appropriate diagnostic laboratory and other screening tests
 Developing and implementing a treatment plan, including prescribing and/or dispensing medications and injections in compliance with best medical practice and applicable state and federal regulations
 Preparing documentation for the Electronic Health Record (EHR), including progress notes, diagnostic laboratory and radiology results, medications, diagnoses and treatment plan(s)
 Collaborating with other members of the care team to manage the acute and long-term health needs of the patient
 Facilitating and participating in shared decision making with patients, providing health education and promotion and recommending or referring patients to appropriate community resources to address social determinants of health
 Participating in the peer review process and other quality assurance and improvement activities as directed by the Chief Medical Officer and Clinical Director
 Promoting continuity of care between visits according to the patient’s treatment plan, including triaging patient calls
 Depending on the organizational structure, supervising clinical support staff, including nurses and medical assistants

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
 Knowledge of advanced practice, including anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology,
pharmacology and therapeutics, nutrition, behavioral and psychosocial factors,
diagnostic testing, interpretation of results and clinical decision making and alternative
treatment modalities
 Knowledge of medical equipment and instruments used in the administration of patient
care
 Knowledge of occupational health and safety standards and health care regulations
 Knowledge of health promotion, risk identification and best practices in patient education
 Knowledge of professional, community and educational resources
 Exercises a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion and decision-making
 Ability to work effectively with a diverse staff and demonstrate equity in working with
other clinicians, clinical support and administrative support staff
 Ability to analyze complex data and draw conclusions
 Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, including interviewing patients,
presentations, consultations, facilitation and documentation (e.g. progress notes,
referrals, orders, patient education materials)
 Ability to interpret, adapt and apply policies and procedures
 Effective management of multiple duties and responsibilities in a clinical setting
 Demonstrates respect, dignity and empathy with patients
 Flexibility in a rapidly growing and changing work environment
 Demonstrates cultural competency with many different patient populations.
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
REQUIRED
 Degree from an accredited graduate education program for Nurse Practitioner or
Physician Assistant
 Satisfactory completion of graduate education program clinical rotations
 Current, unrestricted North Carolina license to practice as a Physician Assistant or
Nurse Practitioner
 Current Controlled Substance Registration Certificate from the Drug Enforcement
Administration
 All clinicians are expected to maintain current Basic Life Support (BLS) certifications
during employment with AMCHC.
PREFERRED
 Three years’ experience related to the above duties
 Experience working with racially and ethnically diverse populations, low-income
populations and people experiencing homelessness
 At least one year of experience in a primary care setting functioning at the full extent of
training and licensure with Practice Management systems or EHR
 Prior work in performance or quality improvement
 Proficiency in Spanish
 Able to drive a large medical van
 Have or be willing to become X-waiver certified for prescription of
buprenorphine/buprenorphine-naloxone.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
 Full range of motion, including manual and finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination,
and near vision
 Standing and walking frequently and occasionally lifting and carrying items weighing up to 50 pounds
 Frequent exposure to communicable diseases, biohazards, toxic substances, ionizing radiation, medicinal preparations and other conditions common to a clinical setting
 Possible occasional travel within western North Carolina
WORK ENVIRONMENT
 Fast paced work environment.
 The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
 This position requires some local travel within the Asheville area, as well as travel to other sites within Western North Carolina.
DISCLAIMER The above duties and responsibilities are essential job functions, subject to reasonable accommodations. All job requirements listed indicate the minimum level of knowledge, skills and/or abilities deemed necessary to perform the job proficiently. This job description is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities, or requirements. Employees may be required to perform any other job-related instructions, as requested by their supervisor, subject to reasonable accommodation.

JOB SUMMARY
An exempt position responsible for providing primary care services, including assessing, diagnosing, prescribing, treating and educating patients. Works closely with physicians, advanced practitioners, clinical and administrative support staff in a team-based approach to patient care
KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES
 Working collaboratively with the lead physician to provide patient assessments, diagnosis, formulate treatment plans, prescribe medications, order laboratory tests, interpret test results, provide patient education, and refer for further care in accordance with the standards of care.
 Assessing patient status by obtaining health history through patient and/or family interviews and chart reviews, evaluating presenting illness, risk factors, family history, psychosocial, economic and cultural factors and performing appropriate physical examination. Seeking other information as needed, including consultation with primary care physicians and other clinicians, for evaluation of illness. Integrating data to determine diagnosis and therapeutic plan, including identification of any health risks
 Providing culturally and linguistically (with provided assistance) appropriate education and counseling to patients and their families/caregivers
 Ordering and performing appropriate diagnostic laboratory and other screening tests
 Developing and implementing a treatment plan, including prescribing and/or dispensing medications and injections in compliance with best medical practice and applicable state and federal regulations
 Preparing documentation for the Electronic Health Record (EHR), including progress notes, diagnostic laboratory and radiology results, medications, diagnoses and treatment plan(s)
 Collaborating with other members of the care team to manage the acute and long-term health needs of the patient
 Facilitating and participating in shared decision making with patients, providing health education and promotion and recommending or referring patients to appropriate community resources to address social determinants of health
 Participating in the peer review process and other quality assurance and improvement activities as directed by the Chief Medical Officer and Clinical Director
 Promoting continuity of care between visits according to the patient’s treatment plan, including triaging patient calls
 Depending on the organizational structure, supervising clinical support staff, including nurses and medical assistants

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
 Knowledge of advanced practice, including anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology, pharmacology and therapeutics, nutrition, behavioral and psychosocial factors, diagnostic testing, interpretation of results and clinical decision making and alternative treatment modalities
 Knowledge of medical equipment and instruments used in the administration of patient care
 Knowledge of occupational health and safety standards and health care regulations
 Knowledge of health promotion, risk identification and best practices in patient education
 Knowledge of professional, community and educational resources
 Exercises a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion and decision-making
 Ability to work effectively with a diverse staff and demonstrate equity in working with other clinicians, clinical support and administrative support staff
 Ability to analyze complex data and draw conclusions
 Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, including interviewing patients, presentations, consultations, facilitation and documentation (e.g. progress notes, referrals, orders, patient education materials)
 Ability to interpret, adapt and apply policies and procedures
 Effective management of multiple duties and responsibilities in a clinical setting
 Demonstrates respect, dignity and empathy with patients
 Flexibility in a rapidly growing and changing work environment
 Demonstrates cultural competency with many different patient populations.
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
REQUIRED
 Degree from an accredited graduate education program for Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant
 Satisfactory completion of graduate education program clinical rotations
 Current, unrestricted North Carolina license to practice as a Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner
 Current Controlled Substance Registration Certificate from the Drug Enforcement Administration
 All clinicians are expected to maintain current Basic Life Support (BLS) certifications during employment with AMCHC.
PREFERRED
 Three years’ experience related to the above duties
 Experience working with racially and ethnically diverse populations, low-income populations and people experiencing homelessness
 At least one year of experience in a primary care setting functioning at the full extent of training and licensure with Practice Management systems or EHR
 Prior work in performance or quality improvement
 Proficiency in Spanish
 Able to drive a large medical van
 Have or be willing to become X-waiver certified for prescription of buprenorphine/buprenorphine-naloxone.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
 Full range of motion, including manual and finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination,
and near vision
 Standing and walking frequently and occasionally lifting and carrying items weighing up to 50 pounds
 Frequent exposure to communicable diseases, biohazards, toxic substances, ionizing radiation, medicinal preparations and other conditions common to a clinical setting
 Possible occasional travel within western North Carolina
WORK ENVIRONMENT
 Fast paced work environment.
 The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
 This position requires some local travel within the Asheville area, as well as travel to other sites within Western North Carolina.
DISCLAIMER The above duties and responsibilities are essential job functions, subject to reasonable accommodations. All job requirements listed indicate the minimum level of knowledge, skills and/or abilities deemed necessary to perform the job proficiently. This job description is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities, or requirements. Employees may be required to perform any other job-related instructions, as requested by their supervisor, subject to reasonable accommodation.

Position Summary:
The Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) is responsible for counseling clients; helping them gain access to various resources and assisting clients to confront issues that are negatively affecting their way of living such as poverty, abuse, mental health and addiction.
Essential Duties:
 Performs Bio-psychosocial assessments.
 Interviews individuals and groups to assess needs, as well as develops appropriate response plans for their clients.
 Provides information and referrals for counseling and service acquisition as appropriate to the assessed need.
 Provides consultation services.
 Initiates treatment interventions; e.g., individual, family and group counseling and crisis intervention.
 Helps people in accepting various situations with emphasis on events that can’t be changed.
 Documents client interaction and referrals.
 Performs patient education.
 Makes home visits as needed.
 Charts and maintains notes in a timely manner.
 Participates in data collection and compilation.
 Completes all necessary statistical reports and is accountable for accuracy.
 Develops and implements policies and procedures.
 Protects confidentiality and the abides by HIPPA Laws.

Educational Requirements:
 Master’s Degree in Social Work Experience Requirements
 3+ years in a Clinical Setting
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RN/POPULATION HEALTH MANAGER – WILSON COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER

Wilson Community Health Center has an opening for a Population Health Manager. The Population Health Manager will develop, monitor, and maintain patient care management and transition of care activities at Carolina Family Health Centers, Inc. Provides guidance and supervision to the Case Management Team while maintaining a caseload of patients. Serve as point of contact for local hospitals in order to assist with patient discharge and overall program goal to improve health outcomes and reduce hospital 30-day readmission rates and emergency room utilization.

Minimum Qualifications:
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Licensed as a Registered Nurse in the State of North Carolina.
Three years in a healthcare environment with supervisory/management background and experience in case management.
Must have personal vehicle readily available to freely travel in the local area; between clinics, hospitals, health departments, etc.

Physical Requirements:

Individuals may need to sit or stand for long periods of time, occasional bending, stooping, lifting including patients, reaching forward and overhead. May require walking primarily on a level surface for periodic periods throughout the day. Reaching above shoulder heights, below the waist or lifting as required up to 50 pounds. Proper lifting techniques required. Frequent computer work is required.

As a Medicaid/Medicare facility, Carolina Family Health Centers must comply with the Federal COVID-19 vaccination mandates. Therefore, as of January 27, 2022, new and existing employees to have received, at a minimum, the first dose of the primary series (Moderna or Pfizer) or a single dose COVID-19 vaccine (Janssen), have requested a lawful exemption, or been granted a lawful exemption.

Health Insurance for Children

Speak with someone about health insurance for you and your child.  Hablar con alguien sobre las opciones de seguro médico para usted o su hijo,

 

 

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