Community Health Centers Career Opportunities

74 Career Opportunities at Community Health Centers, Inc.


Responsible for preparing patients for interaction with provider, assists with coordination of quality patient care, lab work, administering medications and immunizations, and performing routine clinical duties as directed by the provider.

Responsible for preparing patients for interaction with physician, coordinating and monitoring activities of the clinical care team, assists with coordination of quality patient care, lab work, administering medications and immunizations, and performing routine clinical duties.

The Center Aide is responsible for providing first class customer service and support to the Providers and Clinical support staff to assist with patient flow. The Center Aide provides customer satisfaction to both internal and external customers and strives to continuously improve service delivery.

Scope of Position: Responsible for delivering dental hygiene services in accordance with Florida Statute 466 and Administrative Rule 64B5. Delivers care at CHC sites and other off-site centers as needed, with an emphasis on prevention of and patient education about oral disease.

Under the direct supervision of the Pharmacist, the Pharmacy Technician is responsible for assisting the pharmacist in filling prescriptions, billing of prescriptions to third parties, collection of payments from patients and maintaining drug inventory.

Responsible for greeting patients, patient registration, financial counseling, establishing and maintaining accurate patient records in the computer. This position may require some medical and dental front desk responsibilities.

Responsible for greeting patients, patient registration, financial counseling, establishing and maintaining accurate patient records in the computer. This position may require some medical and dental front desk responsibilities.

Responsible for preparing patients for interaction with physician, coordinating and monitoring activities of the clinical care team, assists with coordination of quality patient care, lab work, administering medications and immunizations, and performing routine clinical duties.

Responsible for preparing patients for interaction with provider, assists with coordination of quality patient care, lab work, administering medications and immunizations, and performing routine clinical duties as directed by the provider.

Responsible for preparing patients for interaction with provider, assists with coordination of quality patient care, and performing routine clinical duties under the general supervision of a registered nurse or licensed practical nurse.

Responsible for preparing patients for interaction with provider, assists with coordination of quality patient care, lab work, administering medications and immunizations, and performing routine clinical duties as directed by the provider.

Under the direct supervision of the Pharmacist, the Pharmacy Technician is responsible for assisting the pharmacist in filling prescriptions, billing of prescriptions to third parties, collection of payments from patients and maintaining drug inventory.

The Coding and Billing Specialist reviews, analyzes and assures the final diagnoses and procedures as stated by the practicing providers are valid and complete. Accurately codes office and hospital procedures for providers to ensure proper reimbursement. Provides education to the providers to ensure proper completion of Electronic Health Records and proper assignment of ICD-10, HCPCS and CPT codes.

Responsible for preparing patients for interaction with physician, coordinating and monitoring activities of the clinical care team, assists with coordination of quality patient care, lab work, administering medications and immunizations, and performing routine clinical duties.

Responsible for greeting patients, patient registration, financial counseling, establishing and maintaining accurate patient records in the computer. This position may require some medical and dental front desk responsibilities.

This position is responsible for system administration for the Electronic Health Record including Production, Train and Quality Assurance (QA) environments This Information Services role has responsibility for implementations, upgrades, system, and interface configurations, as well as system maintenance duties. Also, key to the role is help desk ticket management related to the EHR and interfaced 3rd party solutions. Additional responsibilities include daily system checks, trending and tracking. The role also provides ongoing support and troubleshooting for system initiatives and change control involving collaboration with system vendors. This position also manages and supports roles-based access controls (RBAC), item keys and application-level security. Other key responsibilities include a focus on regulatory requirements. Role will also oversee same functions over other clinical systems and 3rd party vendor partnerships as assigned.

Under the direct supervision of the Pharmacist, the Pharmacy Technician is responsible for assisting the pharmacist in filling prescriptions, billing of prescriptions to third parties, collection of payments from patients and maintaining drug inventory.

The Medical Scheduler serves as the primary contact for patients and other customers on scheduling an appointment, reaching their provider, Care Team, or asking general questions involving CHC. The Medical Scheduler is responsible for ensuring that all necessary data is entered properly, accurately and thoroughly. The Medical Scheduler is responsible for communicating to the patient pertinent information with regard to CHC programs and services, financial balances, instructions and/or information needed prior to the scheduled appointment. The Medical Scheduler provides exemplary customer service to both internal and external customers and strives to continuously improve service delivery.

The Call Center Nurse is responsible for day to day telephonic medical management. Manages member care ensuring essential, effective, appropriate and coordinated behavioral and physical health and social services. Acts as a member advocate, seeking and coordinating solutions to member health care needs. The Call Center Nurse will also serve as a contact for patients and other customers on scheduling an appointment, reaching their provider or Care Team, or asking general questions involving CHC. The Call Center Nurse is responsible for ensuring that all necessary data is entered properly, accurately and thoroughly. In addition, communicates to the patient pertinent information with regard to all CHC programs and services, financial balances, instructions and/or information needed prior to the scheduled appointment. The Call Center Nurse provides exemplary customer service to both internal and external customers and strives to continuously improve service delivery.

The Network Systems Administrator position focuses on telecommunications installation, modification, repair, and maintenance along with other information services applications and network infrastructure. The incumbent provides technical support and guidance to telecommunications users, IS managers, and contract personnel. Evaluates the needs of telecommunications users, and translates them into requirements, identifies requirements and performs the actions required to provide needed services, relates users' requirements to existing technology, policies and priorities, systems capabilities, equipment requirements, costs and funding, to provide optimum support. Works collaboratively with IS Systems Administrator.

Responsible for greeting patients, patient registration, financial counseling, establishing and maintaining accurate patient records in the computer. This position may require some medical and dental front desk responsibilities.

Responsible for preparing patients for interaction with provider, assists with coordination of quality patient care, lab work, administering medications and immunizations, and performing routine clinical duties as directed by the provider.

Responsible for dental assisting duties listed in Florida Statutes 466 and Administrative Rules 64B-5, screening and preparing patients for treatment; assisting dentist in treating patients; educating patients; processing instruments.

Responsible for delivering general dental care to patients of CHC in accordance with Florida Statute 466 and Administrative Rule 64B5. Providing team leadership in the course of practice.

Responsible for greeting patients, patient registration, financial counseling, referrals, establishing and maintaining accurate patient dental records in the computer. This position may require some medical and dental front desk responsibilities.

Under the direct supervision of the Pharmacist, the Pharmacy Technician is responsible for assisting the pharmacist in filling prescriptions, billing of prescriptions to third parties, collection of payments from patients and maintaining drug inventory.

Under the direction of the Director of Pharmacy, responsible for the full practice of pharmacy in accordance with applicable regulatory statues and accreditation standards; interpreting prescription orders, packaging, labeling, dispensing, administering and distribution of drugs and devices; accepts full responsibility as Pharmacy Manager of the site as defined in Florida DPR Statute #465.018, and other requirements as defined in Statutes 465, 21s, 893, plus applicable DEA, AAAHC and 340b requirements.

To provide administrative assistance and clerical support for internal customers.

Responsible for greeting patients, patient registration, financial counseling, establishing and maintaining accurate patient records in the computer. This position may require some medical and dental front desk responsibilities.

Responsible for preparing patients for interaction with provider, assists with coordination of quality patient care, lab work, administering medications and immunizations, and performing routine clinical duties as directed by the provider.

Responsible for preparing patients for interaction with provider, assists with coordination of quality patient care, lab work, administering medications and immunizations, and performing routine clinical duties as directed by the provider.

Responsible for greeting patients, patient registration, financial counseling, establishing and maintaining accurate patient records in the computer. This position may require some medical and dental front desk responsibilities.

Provide outpatient comprehensive optometric primary care service including: preventative and health maintenance services, acute and chronic care, clinical evaluation, diagnosis and treatment as well as primary optometric care consultation services.

The Licensed Clinical Social Worker assists patients and their families understand a particular illness, work through the emotions of a diagnosis, and provide counseling about the decisions that need to be made. Works in collaboration with CHC clinical staff (doctors, nurses, and allied health professionals) using case management skills to help patients and their families address and resolve the social, financial and psychological problems related to their health condition.

Provide outpatient comprehensive pediatric primary care service including: preventive and health maintenance services, acute and chronic care, clinical evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment as well as primary pediatric care consultation services.

The purpose of the CNA – Case Management position is to improve health outcomes through coordinating care by enhancing communication and the continuity of care. The Certified Nursing Assistant will consult with other health care team members to coordinate services for Community Health Center patients. The Certified Nursing Assistant will follow-up on assigned patients gaps in care, emergency room visits, hospital discharges, document in the Case Manager’s Bucket and preventive care.

Responsible for dental assisting duties listed in Florida Statutes 466 and Administrative Rules 64B-5, screening and preparing patients for treatment; assisting dentist in treating patients; educating patients; processing instruments.

Responsible for dental assisting duties listed in Florida Statutes 466 and Administrative Rules 64B-5, screening and preparing patients for treatment; assisting dentist in treating patients; educating patients; processing instruments.

Responsible for greeting patients, patient registration, financial counseling, establishing and maintaining accurate patient records in the computer. This position may require some medical and dental front desk responsibilities.

Scope of Position: Provide outpatient comprehensive primary care service including: preventive and health maintenance services, acute and chronic care, clinical evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment as well as primary care consultation services.

Scope of Position: Provide outpatient comprehensive primary care service including: preventive and health maintenance services, acute and chronic care, clinical evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment as well as primary care consultation services.

Responsible for clinical leadership, supervision and coordination of all clinical functions and designated clinical staff members. Actively oversees quality of care by clinical staff and participates in clinical quality initiative. Works with Center Manager to ensure optimum patient and employee satisfaction. May also provide direct nursing services.

Responsible for greeting patients, patient registration, financial counseling, referrals, establishing and maintaining accurate patient dental records in the computer. This position may require some medical and dental front desk responsibilities.

Responsible for preparing patients for interaction with provider, assists with coordination of quality patient care, lab work, administering medications and immunizations, and performing routine clinical duties as directed by the provider.

The Call Center Representative serves as the primary contact for patients and other customers on scheduling an appointment, reaching their provider, Care Team, or asking general questions involving CHC. The Call Center Representative is responsible for ensuring that all necessary data is entered properly, accurately and thoroughly. The Call Center Representative is responsible for communicating to the patient pertinent information with regard to CHC programs and services, financial balances, instructions and/or information needed prior to the scheduled appointment. The Call Center Representative provides exemplary customer service to both internal and external customers and strives to continuously improve service delivery.

Scope of Position: Provide outpatient comprehensive pediatric primary care service including: preventive and health maintenance services, acute and chronic care, clinical evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment as well as primary pediatric care consultation services.

Scope of Position: This position is responsible for the administrative support of the VP/Chief Human Resources Officer/Chief Compliance Officer (VP/CHRO), VP/CIO and to members of the Human Resources and IS Department. It requires use of presentation software, strong communication skills and a strong commitment to and affinity for delivering the highest level of customer service.

The Patient Educator works with patients referred for assistance by educating and coordinating services for chronic disease self-management. The purpose of the Patient Educator is to improve health outcomes through coordinating care, educating patients, building trust between patients and medical practitioners, and enhancing communication and the continuity of care. The Patient Educator will consult with other health care team members to coordinate services of patient education, preventive care, and disease management.

Responsible for preparing patients for interaction with physician, coordinating and monitoring activities of the clinical care team, assists with coordination of quality patient care, lab work, administering medications and immunizations, and performing routine clinical duties.

Scope of Position: This position is responsible for support to the VP/Chief Dental Officer, Director of Dental Operations, and the Dental Department. It requires use of presentation software, strong communication skills and a strong commitment to and affinity for delivering the highest level of customer service. This individual acts as a liaison between dental clinical support staff, providers, and clinical functions. Provides support for dental student clinical rotation programs. Responsible for duties listed in Florida Statutes 466 and Administrative Rules 64B-5, screening and preparing patients for treatment; assisting dentist in treating patients; educating patients; processing instruments. Provide technical training assistance, implementation support and customer product support for new and existing dental clinical information systems and equipment. Develop new training materials, manuals, and provide general user support.

Scope of Position: Responsible for delivering general dental care to patients of CHC in accordance with Florida Statute 466 and Administrative Rule 64B5. Providing team leadership in the course of practice.

Scope of Position: Provide outpatient and inpatient comprehensive OB/GYN services including: preventive and health maintenance services, acute and chronic care, clinical evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment as well as OB/GYN consultation services.

Scope of Position: Provide outpatient psychiatric care services to patients including evaluation, monitoring, and diagnose patients to determine treatment and recovery plans. Counsel patients, write prescriptions, and monitor patients' progress, while being compassionate and sensitive to their needs and concerns. When appropriate, work with patients' primary physicians, social workers and/ or case managers to assist patients with their behavioral health needs.

To provide administrative assistance and clerical support for internal customers.

The Cybersecurity Risk Analyst accomplishes IS objectives by enforcing IS security for all systems within the Information Services domain, leads IS security related initiatives, and provides guidance during security events. The position will also participate initiatives involving the technical evaluation of new technologies and projects across the organization, including the scope and prioritization of work assignments, paying strong attention to detail and deadline Cybersecurity Risk Analyst promotes the use of enterprise tools and development/support standards. The position also monitors change requests to ensure appropriate controls are in place and best practices are being utilized. Also core to the position is participation in management of a Security Risk Analysis Plan including identification of risks, mitigation and action plans, and reconciliation trending. Performs other duties as required.

Under the direct supervision of the Pharmacist, the Pharmacy Technician is responsible for assisting the pharmacist in filling prescriptions, billing of prescriptions to third parties, collection of payments from patients and maintaining drug inventory.

Responsible for dental assisting duties listed in Florida Statutes 466 and Administrative Rules 64B-5, screening and preparing patients for treatment; assisting dentist in treating patients; educating patients; processing instruments.

Responsible for preparing patients for interaction with provider, assists with coordination of quality patient care, lab work, administering medications and immunizations, and performing routine clinical duties as directed by the provider.

The Center Aide is responsible for providing first class customer service and support to the Providers and Clinical support staff to assist with patient flow. The Center Aide provides customer satisfaction to both internal and external customers and strives to continuously improve service delivery.

Responsible for greeting patients, patient registration, financial counseling, establishing and maintaining accurate patient records in the computer. This position may require some medical and dental front desk responsibilities

Scope of Position: Responsible for clinical leadership, supervision and coordination of all clinical functions and designated clinical staff members. Actively oversees quality of care by clinical staff and participates in clinical quality initiative. Works with Center Manager to ensure optimum patient and employee satisfaction. May also provide direct nursing services.

Scope of Position: The Licensed Clinical Social Worker assists patients and their families understand a particular illness, work through the emotions of a diagnosis, and provide counseling about the decisions that need to be made. Works in collaboration with CHC clinical staff (doctors, nurses, and allied health professionals) using case management skills to help patients and their families address and resolve the social, financial and psychological problems related to their health condition.

Under the guidance of the Center Director and/or Center Manager, the Center Coordinator provides leadership, supervision, direction, administration, and coordination within the Center including clinical and non-clinical areas. Actively participates in providing excellent customer service within the Center and accepts responsibility in maintaining relationships that treat everyone with dignity and respect.

The Nurse Practitioner functions as a collaborative member of the health care team in the delivery of comprehensive health and health maintenance to patients in ambulatory settings. The Nurse Practitioner provides outpatient comprehensive primary care service including: preventive and health maintenance services, acute and chronic care, clinical evaluation, diagnosis and treatment.

To fix, repair, troubleshoot and maintain equipment, physical structures, plumbing, and electrical throughout CHC buildings.

Scope of Position: The Nurse Practitioner functions as a collaborative member of the health care team in the delivery of comprehensive health and health maintenance to patients in ambulatory settings. The Nurse Practitioner provides outpatient comprehensive primary care service including: preventive and health maintenance services, acute and chronic care, clinical evaluation, diagnosis and treatment.

The Patient Educator works with patients referred for assistance by educating and coordinating services for chronic disease self-management. The purpose of the Patient Educator is to improve health outcomes through coordinating care, educating patients, building trust between patients and medical practitioners, and enhancing communication and the continuity of care. The Patient Educator will consult with other health care team members to coordinate services of patient education, preventive care, and disease management.

Responsible for dental assisting duties listed in Florida Statutes 466 and Administrative Rules 64B-5, screening and preparing patients for treatment; assisting dentist in treating patients; educating patients; processing instruments.

Responsible for preparing patients for interaction with physician, coordinating and monitoring activities of the clinical care team, assists with coordination of quality patient care, lab work, administering medications and immunizations, and performing routine clinical duties. This position floats to locations in Orange County.

Scope of Position: Provide outpatient comprehensive optometric primary care service including: preventative and health maintenance services, acute and chronic care, clinical evaluation, diagnosis and treatment as well as primary optometric care consultation services.

Responsible for dental assisting duties listed in Florida Statutes 466 and Administrative Rules 64B-5, screening and preparing patients for treatment; assisting dentist in treating patients; educating patients; processing instruments.

Responsible for dental assisting duties listed in Florida Statutes 466 and Administrative Rules 64B-5, screening and preparing patients for treatment; assisting dentist in treating patients; educating patients; processing instruments.This position is PRN which means as needed/part time.

The Patient Educator works with patients referred for assistance by educating and coordinating services for chronic disease self-management. The purpose of the Patient Educator is to improve health outcomes through coordinating care, educating patients, building trust between patients and medical practitioners, and enhancing communication and the continuity of care. The Patient Educator will consult with other health care team members to coordinate services of patient education, preventive care, and disease management.