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Thank you for your interest in a career with FamilyCare Health Centers (FCHC). For over 30 years, the staff of FCHC has provided high-quality care and exceptional service for our community. FCHC is seeking talented and driven professionals who share our passion for helping others. You can experience the many benefits of sharing your expertise with our patients by joining our Family.

 

Craig Glover
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FamilyCare’s talented and dedicated staff members come from a variety of backgrounds: every one of us has a unique perspective to offer and an essential role to play on our team. The support that exists among staff members, along with the opportunity to learn daily from each other’s wide ranging experiences, sets FamilyCare apart and makes it an exceptional place to work.

So do our values. At FamilyCare, we know that being a good employer involves more than providing staff benefits. We have worked with our staff to develop a set of shared values that not only guide our practice, but also shape our workplace culture—because it’s important to us that our workplace is one in which we all feel at home. We hope you’ll consider joining our team and family!

We offer competitive salary, flexible hours, multiple sites, malpractice liability coverage and other benefits.

Click any job posting below or submit your resume to employment@familycarewv.org to apply.

FamilyCare is searching for a FNP or PA-C for our behavioral health department.
Reports To: Clinical Director
Position Classification: Exempt
Work Location: All FamilyCare Sites
Physical Requirements:
The employee is regularly required to talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, sit, stoop and reach. The employee must frequently lift and/or carry up to 20 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move 40 pounds or more. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception and ability to focus.
Qualifications:
Physician's Assistant or Registered nurse with valid West Virginia license and recognized by the WV Board of Examiners for Registered Nurses as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN). If eligible, holds Prescriptive Authority through the WV Board of Examiners for Registered Nurses. PMHNP-BC

FamilyCare is searching for a full-time Certified Nurse Midwife for the Charleston, WV area. Responsible for the provision of nurse-midwifery care, including antepartum, intrapartum, postpartum, neonatal and gynecologic care. Must be available to respond in person to Women & Children's Hospital and/or FamilyCare OB/GYN & Birth Center in Charleston, WV within 30 minutes of receiving a call.

Qualifications: Certification by the American College of Nurse Midwives, the ACNM Certification Council, or a successor organization, American Midwifery Certification Board; possess a license as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) to practice nurse-midwifery in the State of West Virginia. Maintain current RN license for the state of West Virginia. Acquire and maintain privileges as an independent allied health professional at Charleston Area Medical Center. If eligible, maintain prescriptive authority through the WV Board of Nurses.

Excellent benefit package. EOE.

FamilyCare Health Centers is searching for a full-time OB/GYN physician for the greater Charleston area. Candidates will need a valid license to practice medicine in West Virginia, with a current DEA license certificate. Candidates also need to be Board certified or Board eligible.

Physician will provide the full range of obstetrics and gynecology specialty services, including outpatient visits and procedures, inpatient deliveries and surgeries.
Competitive salary and benefits. EOE.

Send CV to Anna.Jones@familycarewv.org

FamilyCare Health Centers is looking for a full –time Psychologist (MA or PhD/PsyD) or a Social Worker. Seeking a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) preferred or would also consider a Licensed Graduate Social Worker (LGSW) or a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). This position will provide comprehensive behavioral health and substance use assessment, evidence-based treatment and work as part of a multidisciplinary team to meet the needs of patients. FamilyCare is an integrated primary care practice. Competitive salary and benefits. EOE.

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FamilyCare Health Centers can promise you an environment that not only encourages your best, but also rewards it with plenty of room to grow. We are a nationally recognized FQHC- federally qualified health center.

We operate more than 16 locations in four counties: Kanawha, Putnam, Cabell, and Boone, this also includes the School based locations and mobile units and we are continuing to grow.

FamilyCare is committed to providing comprehensive care leading to healthy communities where our patients live, work and go to school.

We are a family orientated business and we offer a competitive benefits package including Medical, Dental and Vision, HRA the option of FSA, Paid Holidays, Paid time off, Sick pay, 401k and Short Term Disability and Life Insurance.

Our full-time positions are primarily day shifts, Monday to Thursday 7:30am to 5:00pm and Friday 8:30am to 12:30pm, with a positive work life balance.

Physical Requirements:

A high degree of digital and manual dexterity required in most aspects of the job. Also, constant standing, walking, frequent bending and stretching, occasional lifting of items weighing up to 75 pounds, and occasional pushing of items weighing up to 200 pounds. Exposure to bodily fluids, communicable diseases, toxic substances, medicinal preparations, and other conditions common to a clinic environment that includes laboratory.

Qualifications:

Diploma from a Medical Assistant Program and current national certification/registration as a medical assistant. Must have excellent communication skills with an emphasis on quality customer service.

Basic Function:

Responsible for assisting providers with direct patient care through clinical duties and telephone care. Assist medical support staff with clerical duties, computer data entry, referrals, procedures within scope of practice, and routine patient communication.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Demonstrate competency with required trainings through completion of three orientation checklists: MA/LPN job description checklist, phone triage checklist, electronic health record (EHR) documentation and competency checklist validated by an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse for administering medications.
Perform routine telephone and walk in triage and forward information appropriately to provider/MA/nurse.
Perform patient assessments, including vital signs, blood pressure, height, weight, BMI, pulse oximetry, pulse, chief complaint, and age appropriate screenings.
Review, update, and reconcile patient allergies, medication list, problem list, reminders, family history, and surgical history.
Perform/complete quality management as applicable per patient, including self management, goal setting, and follow up. Provide educational material for patients with chronic illness, or in need of prevention education materials.
Clean and stock nurse's station, lab, patient bathrooms, equipment, and exam rooms daily, as well as other areas of the site as needed.
Exam rooms are to be cleaned and disinfected between every patient daily.
Attend and participate in staff meetings and requested committees.
Perform additional duties as assigned.
Provider Directed Responsibilities:

Perform all on-site testing as ordered (or per standing orders) and document results into the EHR and bill, including UA, UPT, strep screen, hemoglobin, blood glucose, Hgb AIC, rapid mono, flu, hemoccult, and drug screens.
Perform venipuncture (must be certified in phlebotomy), label tubes appropriately, and route all specimens to correct lab according to payer source if needed.
Perform EKG, oxygen administration, nebulizer administration, pulse oximetry, cryo procedure assistance, and tympanogram.
Administer adult and childhood vaccines under the direction of the in-house provider and/or per the approved standing orders of the health center.
Administer medications under the direction of the in-house provider and/or per the approved standing orders of the health center.

Medications such as insulin and Rhogam must be administered by licensed personnel. Injectable medications requiring constitution or adjustment beyond the standard dosing or in a multi-dose vial must be mixed and withdrawn in the presence of the in-house provider, clinician or registered nurse prior to administering to verify proper dosing.

Vivitrol or other medications maintained in a single dose vial or syringe may be administered with documented training.
Perform ordered screening, including hearing, vision and TB testing.
Obtain prior-authorization for prescriptions, durable medical equipment, and other therapies as needed. Forward other appropriate documents.
Assist providers with routine patient communication including lab and test result notifications, prescription call-ins, and patient call backs.
Administer routine wound care and dressing changes.
Monitor patients who are determined by the provider to be stable.

FamilyCare is currently looking for experienced LPN's

FamilyCare Health Centers can promise you an environment that not only encourages your best, but also rewards it with plenty of room to grow. We are a nationally recognized FQHC- federally qualified health center.  We operate more than 16 locations in four counties: Kanawha, Putnam, Cabell, and Boone, this also includes the school-based locations and mobile units and we are continuing to grow.  FamilyCare is committed to providing comprehensive care leading to healthy communities where our patients live, work and go to school.  We are a family orientated business, and we offer a competitive benefits package including Medical, Dental and Vision, HRA the option of FSA, Paid Holidays, Paid time off, Sick pay, 401k and Short-Term Disability and Life Insurance.  Our full-time positions are primarily day shifts, Monday to Friday with a positive work life balance.

Physical Requirements: A high degree of digital and manual dexterity required in most aspects of the job. Also, constant standing, walking, frequent bending and stretching, occasional lifting of items weighing up to 75 pounds and occasional pushing of items weighing up to 200 pounds. Exposure to bodily fluids, communicable diseases, toxic substances, medicinal preparations and other conditions common to a clinic environment that includes laboratory.

Qualifications: 

The Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) must hold an active license as a LPN in the state of West Virginia. LPN should have excellent verbal and written communication skills and effective interpersonal communication skills. LPN should have basic computer skills.

Basic Function: 

Responsible for assisting providers with direct patient care through clinical duties and telephone care. Assist medical support staff with clerical duties, computer data entry, referrals, procedures within scope of practice, and routine or complex patient communication.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Demonstrate competency with required trainings through completion of three orientation checklists: LPN job description checklist, phone triage checklist, and electronic health record (EHR) documentation.
Perform routine and emergent/urgent telephone and walk in triage and forward information appropriately to Provider/Nurse.
Perform patient assessments, including vital signs, blood pressure, height, weight, BMI, pulse oximetry, pulse, chief complaint, and age appropriate screenings.
Review, update, and reconcile allergies, medication list, problem list, reminders, family history, and surgical history.
Perform/complete quality management as applicable per patient, including self management, goal setting, and follow up. Provide educational material for patients with chronic illness, or in need of prevention education materials.
Clean and stock nurse's station, lab, patient bathrooms, equipment, exam rooms daily, as well as other areas of the site as needed.
Exam rooms are to be cleaned and disinfected between every patient daily.
Attend and participate in staff meetings and requested committees.
Perform additional duties as assigned.

Provider Directed Responsibilities:

Perform all on-site testing as ordered (or per standing orders) and document results into the (EHR) and bill, including UA, UPT, strep screen, hemoglobin, blood glucose, Hgb AIC, rapid mono, flu, hemoccult, and drug screens.
Perform venipuncture label tubes appropriately and route all specimens to correct lab according to payer source if needed.
Perform EKG, oxygen administration, nebulizer administration, pulse oximetry, cryo procedure assistance, and tympanogram.
Administer adult and childhood vaccines under the direction of the in-house provider and/or per the approved standing orders of the health center.
Administer medications under the direction of the in-house provider and/or per the approved standing orders of the health center.
Perform ordered screenings, including hearing, vision, and TB testing.
Obtain prior-authorization for prescriptions, durable medical equipment, and other therapies as needed, and forward appropriate documents.
Assist providers with patient communication including lab and test result notifications, prescription call-ins, and patient call backs.
Administer wound care and dressing changes.
Insert and maintain urinary catheters.
Insert and discontinue IV catheters (certified).
Ensure patient safety by monitoring and assessing the patient in urgent situations.

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FamilyCare is looking for friendly, organized associates to work as Patient Contact Center Associates in our St. Albans location

Physical Requirements:

Must be able to regularly talk and hear.
Must be able to frequently stand, walk, sit, stoop and reach.
Must be able to frequently lift and/or carry up to 20 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move 40 pounds or more.
Must have specific vision abilities including, close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
Qualifications:

High school graduate or equivalent.
A pleasant voice.
Must have the ability to operate computer systems.
Must be friendly and personable.
Excellent customer services skills required.
Conflict resolution skills preferred.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and effective interpersonal communication skills.
Computer experience preferred.
Working knowledge of medical terminology preferred.
Health care experience preferred.
Basic Function:

Responsible for handling a large amount of calls in a timely manner with a focus on excellent customer service.

Responsibilities:

Achieve desired customer service levels.
Obtain accurate information when scheduling, including patient demographics, insurance and purpose of visit.
Obtain complete and accurate information when taking phone messages/patient cases.
Follow standardized schedule templates.
Manage large amounts of calls in a timely and effective manner.
Routing calls appropriately.
Schedule appointments, including entering and updating patient data in the computer system and informing patient of any preparations needed for the visit.
Providing excellent customer service.
Researching customer problems.
Identifying customer needs while providing the right solutions to customers.
Doing appointment reminder calls the day before for any patient that have not confirmed their appointment
Other duties as assigned.

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We're looking for a Dentist at our Patrick St. location

Get to know us:

FamilyCare Health Centers can promise you an environment that not only encourages your best, but also rewards it with plenty of room to grow. We are a nationally recognized FQHC- federally qualified health center.

We operate more than 16 locations in four counties: Kanawha, Putnam, Cabell, and Boone.

FamilyCare is committed to providing comprehensive care leading to healthy communities.




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