CommWell Health has a dedicated Talent Management team to serve its prospective and current colleagues. Contact the CommWell Health Talent Management Department with questions about career opportunities.
CommWell Health is a diverse and growing organization providing culturally respectful, quality health care with special attention to the underserved in our community. CommWell Health employs more than 200 employees and providers providing patient centered medical, dental and behavioral health care for all ages. CommWell Health works cooperatively with academic institutions in our community to offer medical and dental training, workforce learning and preceptor learning opportunities.
Our colleagues are committed to providing a culture of excellence for our patients, visitors, and co-workers.
CommWell Health employs licensed, certified, educated medical care professionals, dental care professionals, behavioral health professionals as well as support and administrative positions.
Our human resource and management staff are dedicated to providing our employees with the tools they need to succeed. The health center offers opportunities for continued learning and training, wellness programs, financial education programs, as well as fun social events to bring us together as a team.
Some benefits include:
- A great working environment
- Superb working hours
- Competitive salaries
- Educational loan repayment for specific positions
- Health, dental, vision and life insurance
- Flexible spending account for medical and dependent care expenses
- Short term – long term disability
- Excellent 401(k) retirement program with a generous employer match and vesting schedule
- Eleven Paid Holidays
- PTO accruals
- Wellness programs
- Bi-lingual Spanish and English work culture
- Employee Assistance Program
Why Work at a Community Health Center?
Community Health Centers are a unique, growing area of the health care industry. Spread across 50 states and all U.S. territories, these Community Health Centers provide high quality, low cost primary care to 20 million Americans with limited financial resources. In North Carolina alone, there are over 400, 593 patients being served and that number is expected to continue growing.
Benefits of working in a community health center include:
- Competitive Salaries and benefits
- Potential residency rotation sites
- Modern, Clean, State-of-the-art facilities
- Competent and caring support staff
- Positive work/life balance
- Located in designated medically underserved areas & HPSAs
Community Health Centers are also eligible for programs that assist in the placement of providers:
National Health Service Corps – All CHCs are eligible to recruit primary care providers and other clinicians for scholarship and loan repayment opportunities while working in underserved communities.
NC Medical Society Foundation – CHCs are also eligible to receive placements of medical providers through the Community Practitioner Program.
North Carolina Office of Rural Health and Community Care (NC-ORHCC) – NC-ORHCC provides recruitment services for medical, dental and psychiatric staff through 3 programs: National Health Service Corps, State Loan Repayment, and High Needs Service Bonus.
Telling Our Stories – Watch an inspiring video about how CHCs were formed, and their successes, challenges, and future.
For more information about Community Health Centers click here.
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