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.

Current Openings

We invite you to apply for our open positions on Indeed!

Certified Medical Assistant

Community Access Network is looking for a full-time CMA to join our growing team! The Certified Medical Assistant is responsible for assisting medical providers with patient care and treatment.

Front Desk Medical Office Assistant- Full Time

Community Access Network is seeking an experienced Medical Office Assistant with a passion for community-based care.

The Medical Office Assistant provides customer service and secretarial support, including patient appointment scheduling, assisting patients to apply for services, maintaining confidential electronic health records, answering telephones, routing callers to appropriate staff person and other general office duties. Works with others in a team environment.

Medical Scribe

The Medical Scribe ensures accurate and timely documentation of the medical chart under the supervision of the medical provider. The Scribe assists the provider by accompanying them during the patient exam recording detailed information into the electronic medical record (EMR). The Scribe performs other related medical record or clerical duties to increase provider effectiveness, efficiency, and productivity for improved patient flow and satisfaction.

Registered Dental Hygienist

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.

Certified Pediatric Medical Assistant II

Responsible for providing support to the nursing staff, Mid-Level Providers, Medical and Specialty Clinics.

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

Community Access Network is seeking an experienced, full-time Licensed Practical Nurse with a passion for community-based care. If that describes you, we have an important place for you in the expanded practice Community Access Network (CAN) is opening in Lynchburg. CAN is a non-profit integrated family practice which recently received designation as a Federally Qualified Health Center Look-Alike. CAN’s mission is to provide primary care, behavioral health care, care coordination and supportive services for persons in need in our community.

You’ll be part of a multi-disciplinary team in an innovative care-delivery model that considers social determinants of health. Nurses work three 12 hour shifts/week or five 8 hour shifts/week. There are no on-call responsibilities.

Director, Williamsburg Integrated Care Initiative

The Williamsburg Integrated Care Project Director provides strategic leadership to Community Access Network’s Williamsburg Integrated Care Initiative. The Williamsburg Integrated Care Initiative will conduct planning, community engagement, resource mapping, needs prioritization, program design, and implementation strategy development in preparation for the operation of a comprehensive, integrated advanced primary care and behavioral health system for low-income individuals in the Greater Williamsburg area. The Director, in collaboration with volunteer teams, develops, implements, and monitors progress against strategies, outcomes and activities identified by Community Access Network (CAN). This position recruits, provides strategy development support, and staff leadership for the Williamsburg work groups. The Director has responsibility for achieving the Williamsburg Integrated Care Initiative’s goals and objectives and presenting the deliverables outlined in the planning contract between CAN and the Williamsburg Health Foundation. This position will develop and maintain relationships and civic infrastructure that can lead to improvements in key indicators affecting the overall health of the community.