The Community Health Center of the New River Valley is an equal opportunity employer offering full and part-time positions, competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, and paid-time off to qualifying applicants.
Please send cover letter, resume, and CV if applicable, to our Human Resources Department at email@example.com
The Community Health Center of the New River Valley is a 501c3 non-profit organization that is committed to providing affordable and high quality medical, dental, behavioral, and preventative health care services to people of all ages, regardless of ability to pay or insurance status. Our three Centers are located throughout the New River Valley and nestled along the Appalachian Mountains of Southwest Virginia. With the mountains and river a short drive away, the area offers a family friendly atmosphere with hiking, fishing, farmer’s markets, festivals, and other outdoor activities. In addition to outdoors activities, our area offer wonderful parks and recreation departments for children and adults in organized sports, camps, and activities. (https://recreation.blacksburg.gov/, http://www.christiansburg.org/index.aspx?NID=177)
Although quaint, there is always something to do with the family.
The community offers a variety of higher education to include, Virginia Tech, Radford University, New River Community College, and Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM). The diverse student population adds to the culture and arts of the area to include concerts, plays, and arts shows. (https://www.artscenter.vt.edu/Online/)
The New River Valley is driving distance from Roanoke (40 min.), Charlotte (2.5 Hours), Charlottesville (2 Hours), Richmond (3 hours), and Washington D.C. (5 Hours). Our convenient location offers a chance to explore the east coast for a weekend get-away.
- Behavioral Health tasks – BH referrals and reports, admissions and registrations
- Medical Case Management – tasks surrounding immediate needs of patients, such as CPAP machines, durable medical equipment, charity care, contacting specialists, etc.
- Clinical tasks – review patient health histories and obtain outstanding information and results
- Participates in patient outreach at health fairs, community events
- Float nurse - cover nurse visits, lunches, vacations, illness
Complete understanding and ability to provide comprehensive health services
Must be willing to adhere to organization and stated program policies and procedures and documentation protocols
Use of electronic health record
Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills required.
Must have the ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with patients, referral sources, staff, and the public.
Graduate of an accredited Medical Assistant program with certification is required or an LPN Program.
Current BLS certification required at date of hire.
Competiaive salary with benefits including health/dental insurance, PTO, paid holidays and more.