Community Access Network is hiring!
At Community Access Network, we partner with our patients and friends to provide medical care and support. What we do on a daily basis extends beyond simply performing medical services. We care about our community and we are always eager to respond to relevant health and wellness focuses as they arise. Community Access Network’s work culture is patient-centric, and we pride ourselves on being:
- Accessible. We do whatever we can to provide medical services to all our patients without judgment and always with compassion.
- High-quality. We believe that everyone has a right to quality healthcare. Our team members and providers work hard everyday to make sure patients receive exceptional care.
- Adaptable. As the needs of our community flex and change, so do we. We regularly evaluate our service line so we can better care for our patients.
If you are interested in joining a team of compassionate, hard-working healthcare professionals, we would love to hear from you. To browse job openings, please look below.
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The Dental Hygienist is responsible, in collaboration with the dental team, for the assessment, prevention and treatment of oral diseases, both to protect teeth and gums and to also protect patient’s total health. This assessment process is supportive to the definitive diagnosis which is directed by the Dentist.
This vital member of the Community Access Network’s (CAN) healthcare team provides clinical therapeutic services promoting health and wellness in our integrated primary care medical practice. These services include cognitive behavioral, motivational interviewing, and trauma informed individual therapy and possible family therapy, as well as conducting brief interventions, encompassing the essential functions listed below. This team member practices under the legal and ethical obligations of their field and licensure, providing billable services when possible.
Under a collaborative agreement with a Community Access Network physician, the Nurse Practitioner is primarily responsible for providing the full scope of primary care services which fall under their field of training, including but not limited to diagnosis, treatment, coordination of care, preventive care and health maintenance to all patients, regardless of age or sex. In addition, the Nurse Practitioner is expected to be familiar with the philosophy, goals, and objectives of Community Access Network, Inc. (CAN), a Federally-Qualified Health Center Look-Alike, and to work collaboratively to achieve them. The Nurse Practitioner may be directed by the CMO to perform other duties in accordance with funding agencies’ requirements, contractual agreements, as well as policies, procedures and protocols established by the CAN Board of Directors.
MOAs will assist the practice in providing the highest quality patient care consistent with Community Access Networks vision of improving health through clinical excellence and compassion. MOAs are responsible for greeting, checking in and out all patients.
The Community Health Outreach Worker will build on existing community relationships and forge new ones to assist with achieving Community Access Network’s COVID-19 Vaccination objectives; function as the community liaison for local organizations or community-based agencies to improve vaccination rates among community members who are less able or less inclined to seek vaccination; and improve community understanding of vaccine safety and effectiveness. This position works collaboratively with the Population Health team, which focuses on clinical and non-clinical care management and coordination, community outreach, home visits, and administering patient-centered education and programming.
The Medical Records and Referrals MOA is responsible for assuring that all patient records and loose documents are scanned into the Electronic Health Record with the highest level of quality possible. The Medical Records & Referrals MOA is also responsible for indexing all documents to the appropriate patient folder and for ensuring each document is assigned the appropriate document name. Ensure all referrals are sent out in a timely manner and records are returned and scanned into appropriate place in chart.
Responsible for providing support to the nursing staff, Mid-Level Providers, Medical and Specialty Clinics.
Community Access Network is seeking a full-time or part-time Licensed Clinical Social Worker to join our Behavioral Health team in our integrated primary care medical practice. This position will provide the therapeutic services for the OBOT program CAN is currently developing, as well as provide individual therapy to CAN’s primary care patients. This team member practices under the legal and ethical obligations of their field and licensure, providing billable services when possible.