High Plains Community Health Center Employment Center


High Plains Community Health Center Is An Equal Opportunity Employer

In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at High Plains Community Health Center will be based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. High Plains Community Health Center does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability or any other classification in accordance with federal, state and local statutes, regulations and ordinances.

Official Application

Please review our current job postings below. If you are interested in applying for a position, please fill out our official online job application located at the bottom of each job posting. If you do not see a position for which you are interested, but would like to have an application on file for future openings, you may click on General Application.

Legal Information

High Plains Community Health Center will maintain your application for as long as legally required. Upon submitting your application we will take every effort to review it for proper consideration. If your qualifications meet the current needs of High Plains Community Health Center, our Human Resources Department will contact you.

Drug Testing

High Plains Community Health Center is committed to providing a safe, efficient, and productive work environment for all employees. To help ensure a safe and healthful working environment, each applicant to whom an offer of employment has been made will be required as a condition of employment to undergo a substance test. Applicants will be asked to read the policy and sign a Pre-Employment Offer and Employee Consent to Drug Screening.

Openings

If an open position is not currently available, we will maintain your application for six months and consider it for future openings. If you meet the qualifications of the position and are selected for an interview, Human Resources or the Hiring Manager will phone or e-mail you. Thank you for your interest in High Plains Community Health Center.

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Patient Facilitator

Care is provided to patients of High Plains Community Health Center on a patient centered basis characterized by excellent customer service, timely appointment scheduling and rapid visit cycle times. Duties include verifying patient information, medication information, performing vitals, blood draws, administering injections and immunizations, chaperoning provider during exams, assisting provider with procedures.

Patient Facilitator-LPN/RN

Care is provided to patients of High Plains Community Health Center on a patient centered basis characterized by excellent customer service, timely appointment scheduling and rapid visit cycle times. Duties include verifying patient information, medication information, performing vitals, blood draws, administering injections and immunizations, chaperoning provider during exams, assisting provider with procedures. Current LPN or RN certification required or ability to obtain in 30 days.

Patient Facilitator with Medical Records Emphasis

Care is provided to patients of High Plains Community Health Center on a patient centered basis characterized by excellent customer service, timely appointment scheduling and rapid visit cycle times. Job duties for this position include working primarily in medical records answering incoming calls, scheduling appointments, scanning, etc. Must also be fully trained to perform all duties of our patient facilitators on the floor operating as medical assistants.


Family Practice Physician

Exempt Full-time position. Applicant must be a graduate of an accredited school for MD/DO and has specialized care in primary care family practice. The position will be open until filled. High Plains is a National Health Service Corp student loan repayment site.


Housekeeping Specialist

This is a part-time position at the Dental Clinic in Lamar. The Housekeeping Specialist must have a high school degree, GED or documented positive housekeeping experience. Must have good organizational skills and can perform work after hours with minimal supervision. Candidate must meet the physical requirement which include the ability to lift at least 50 pounds, climb a ladder, the stamina to maintain physical activity over several hours of work, and ability to bend and reach.


Health Coach

Health Coach is an active member of High Plains through work done in a variety of ways with our patient population. Health Coach provides education through classes, outreach, and goal setting while using Motivational Interviewing. The Health Coach is involved in outreach events throughout the service area and works to connect patients with appropriate resources. A Bachelor's Degree in human services such as social work, sociology or psychology. Additional related experience will substitute for the educational requirement.

Door Screener

Door Screener will complete screening forms and temperature checks on all patients, employees, and any other persons entering High Plains' buildings as well as other duties assigned. Must have a high school degree or GED.

Receptionist

Receptionist will assist patients with checking into appointments, keeping personal information accurate, and collecting needed charges for visit types. Applicant must have a High School Diploma or equivalent with a preference of two years office or customer service experience. Spanish speaking preferred.






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