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Career Opportunities

Community Health Center
of Central Missouri

Since 2005, Community Health Center of Central Missouri has been serving Jefferson City, Linn and the surrounding communities in Missouri. A career at CHCCMO begins with the satisfaction of knowing you are serving our communities. Our CHCCMO employees are offered a comprehensive benefit program. Some of the benefits you’ll enjoy include:

  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays
  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • FSA
  • Long Term Disability and Short Term Disability
  • Life Insurance
  • Retirement

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$5000 Sign on Bonus Offered

Community Health Center of Central Missouri is seeking experienced Pediatric LPNs/RNs  to join our ever-growing family. Full-time opportunities available to work in Community Health setting with compassionate/caring providers, in Pediatrics. Ideal candidate would have a minimum of 2 years experience working in a healthcare setting with Pediatric patients.

(no weekend, no major holidays, and no on-call for these positions).

Performs a variety of duties to provide and coordinate medical care to CHCCMO pediatric patients.  Participates with the Medical Director in establishing clinical protocols, participating in peer review, and monitoring and assuring quality.  Specific goals;  insures compliance with all operating policies and procedures and Missouri Department of Health regulations and Federal Health Care Administration regulations; communicates with and supervises  personnel; provides daily reports and other periodic reports as required. Performs all the duties of medical provider when required and is expected to respond to medical emergencies that take place at CHCCMO sites and other locations when working for or representing CHCCMO.

Performs those duties which assist the dental director, dentists, and hygienists in the care and treatment of patients. Performs duties in the field of reception, chairside assisting, sterilization, inventory and records.

Community Health Workers (CHWs) will closely with medical providers, primary care teams and other agencies to improve patient care and outcomes. CHWs help to identify barriers to care and work to address and remove these barriers, when possible. Will assist patients with the eligibility for services and community resources they may be eligible for.

Performs a variety of duties to provide and coordinate quality nursing care to Community Health Center clients. Responsible for obtaining vital signs, reviewing medications, investigating chief complaints as patients check in for appointments. Also performs procedures such as EKG’s, PFT’s, blood glucoses measurements, phlebotomies, immunizations and other procedures as ordered by the provider. Is also responsible for quality measures such as glucometer controls, room checks, etc. Responsible for accurately entering information including vital signs, patient medications, and patient communication into the electronic medical records. Handles nurse triage phone calls as needed. Responsible for ensuring referral process is properly completed and that labs and test results are communicated to patients under provider direction. Assist with training of nursing staff and nurse lead responsibilities as directed.

Under the supervision of the Nurse Manager and Chief Clinical Officer, the Registered Dietitian/Patient Educator will serve as a nutrition expert and wellness advocate for patients. They will be responsible for consulting with health care workers about the particular needs of their patients, provide individualized patient assessments of current eating patterns and dietary history, offer nutritional implications for specific medical conditions and nutritional needs, analyze food content and composition, develop specialized diets, and ensure that proper safety regulations are being addressed. Prepare budgets and offer suggestions for the purchase of food and service equipment and write grants request for research programs as directed.

Performs a variety of duties to provide and coordinate medical care to CHCCM patients. Participates with the Medical Director in establishing clinical protocols, participating in peer review, and monitoring and assuring quality. Specific goals; insures compliance with all operating policies and procedures and Missouri Department of Health regulations and Federal Health Care Administration regulations; communicates with and supervises personnel; provides daily reports and other periodic reports as required. Performs all the duties of medical provider when required and is expected to respond to medical emergencies that take place at CHCCM sites and other locations when working for or representing CHCCM.

Community Health Center of Central Missouri is seeking a DENTIST in our California Clinic
Full-Time or Part-Time Opportunity Available

This position is responsible for providing care in the following discipline of a general dental practice: diagnosis, preventative dentistry, pedodontics, periodontics, removable prosthodontics, endodontics, fixed prosthodontics.

 Ideal candidate will have:

 

-Graduate of an accredited school of dentistry and licensed as a dentist in the State of Missouri
-Possess DEA and MBNDD licenses
-CPR certified
-Demonstrated professional commitment to providing services to underserved persons
-Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing

 Contact us to see what we have to offer!

 

 At CHCCMO you will find an environment that is rewarding and compassionate. Our mission is to give our patients the highest quality of care regardless of their ability to pay. If you thrive on helping others and are mission driven then CHCCMO is the career home for you. We offer outstanding roles for candidates throughout the healthcare spectrum in both clinical and non-clinical roles. We continually strive to offer competitive wages and benefits that ensure healthy life balance.

Community Health Center of Central Missouri is seeking a Ultrasound Technologist to join our Progressive Healthcare Team. The environment at CHCCMO is rewarding, caring and compassionate. Our mission is to deliver the highest quality of care to our patients.

If you can work independently, are self-driven, can perform quality scans with a primary focus of OB/GYN patients/general scans also, have the ability to work in close collaboration with several physicians, this is a position for you.

 This is a full-time position working Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

 

(open to discussion if individual would want to work 4 – 8 hour days Mon, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday possibility for this type of schedule also)

 Ideal Ultrasound Technologist for this position would have a minimum of two-three years scanning experience, have extensive OB/GYN scanning experience, previous experience working with a PACS System, and be ARDMS Registered.

 

 CHCCMO continually strive to offer competitive wages and benefits that ensure healthy life balance. EOE

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