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Description: This is a full time position available for an experienced PA, FNP, or ANP to work in our primary care practice.
Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited Physician’s Assistant/Nurse Practitioner program. Minimum of 2 years of relevant experience as a provider preferred with demonstrated ability to work independently. Current Massachusetts PA, FNP, ANP license and current DEA/Mass Controlled Substance license for prescriptive authority. BLS required. Bilingual skills in English and Spanish or Chinese a plus.
Description: A Peer Specialist is responsible for direct service, one-on-one relationship building and coaching with designated individuals. They will use their own experience with mental illness to promote recovery and growth. Peer Specialists assist participants with community integration, employment, school, moving from residential services into the community, reconnecting with or building new families, managing healthcare services and wellness. Peer Specialists also write service notes on all encounters, keep a record of the participants’ progress and document their work. Peer Specialist work independently and as part of a team.
Qualifications: Must have lived experience of mental illness and be willing and able to serve as a mentor to others who are in the process of recovery by sharing their own recovery experience. A high school diploma or high school equivalency diploma. College coursework preferred. Certification as Peer Specialist (Mass CPS or equivalent) or must obtain within one year of hire. Flexibility to work weekends and evenings on an as needed basis. Computer skills are necessary.
Description: Rehab Specialists have direct client care responsibilities and can manage a caseload of approximately twelve clients. Rehab Specialists conduct assessments of clients’ needs and rehabilitative case management. Rehab Specialists also develop Individualized Action Plans (IAP), and write progress notes, enter data, and review client progress.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Services, Human Services or related field preferred. Must be able to meet deadlines. Strong writing and documentation skills required. Experience in developing and writing treatment plans and developing documentation according to Medicaid Rehab Options a plus. Strong computer and coordinating skills.
Description: Under the professional direction of the Health Center’s Chief of Pediatrics, will perform medical care services within the Health Center and at affiliated hospitals. Evaluate and treat patients, write prescriptions, provide preventive healthcare advice, assess psychological impact of illness, and treat or appropriately refer patients for evaluation and treatment. Assess social status of patient and refer for appropriate agency intervention as necessary. Refer patients for medical and surgical specialty consultation, as appropriate and follow-up on results. Provide in hospital care, including evaluation for admission, daily evaluation of patient and supervision of treatment, and communication with family and appropriate consultants. Perform medical audit of cases managed by other providers. Know and follow health maintenance and immunization management guidelines. Participate with chart review as needed. Ensure adherence to all regulatory and reporting requirements, submitting required reports and/or data as required. Comply with record keeping requirement. Utilize electronic medical record, maintaining HIPAA compliance w/ patient privacy. Comply with OSHA guidelines for safety and all department protocols and HIPAA regulations. Maintain currency in knowledge, skills, and credentials through participation in seminars, conferences and other educational opportunities.
Requirements: A MD degree or equivalent and completion of one-year internship in primary care specialty and three-year residency in pediatric medicine.
Special Requirements: Must be board eligible in Pediatric Medicine. Must have current Massachusetts Medical License. Must have knowledge of Electronic Health Records.
Applicants must have unrestricted authorization to work in the United States.
Description: Develops and maintains community liaison with health and human services providers and advocacy organizations in community served by the local WIC program. Builds an active, coordinated referral network and collaborative, working relationships between community agencies and groups and WIC. Facilitates or conducts periodic in-services for staff and/or clients at local health and human service providers and other community agencies that work with the WIC population, i.e. Head Start, nursery or day care, grade schools, churches, and neighborhood associations. Represents WIC at community health fairs, workshops, and other public forums.
Qualifications: High School or Associate’s Degree graduate, knowledge of community and neighborhoods served by local WIC program and fluency in English. Two years experience in community work or health and human service desirable. Well-organized, systematic approach to work. Good communications skills in oral and written English. Sensitivity to the needs of the participant population.
Description: Under supervision of a Massachusetts licensed dentist, provides a range of clinical, administrative, and staff support for a full-range dental services. Assists in the performance of dental and radiography procedures; prepares and maintains dental equipment and supplies in accordance with established protocol, procedures, policies, and standards, and assists in the coordination of day-to-day patient administration, records, management, and office support activities.
Qualifications: High school or equivalent experience, Certified Dental Assistant/Radiology Certificate, Minimum 1 year direct Dental assisting experience. State Certified or Certification eligible. Experience with dental software a plus.
Description: This position is responsible for various non-skilled nursing tasks, for maintenance and control of non-pharmaceutical supplies and equipment, and for assigned clerical duties. The Unit Secretary acts as a central point of communication and controls the flow of information in departmental areas. This position requires great organizational skills and multi tasking. The Unit Secretary is the communication liaison between the clinic and the community. This position may assist in a Medical Assistant position when directed.
Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent, Medical Assistant Certificate. At least one year related work experience preferred. Computer literacy in Windows and electronic health records. Bilingual in English and Spanish a plus.