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ECHO Community Healthcare is a Federally Qualified Community Healthcare Center that provides primary care and outreach services for everyone: The insured, uninsured, under-insured and homeless. We currently employ over 130 dedicated team members who truly embrace the mission of serving and making a difference in the lives of others in a positive, supportive and collaborative environment. We serve a population of approximately 15,000 and provide various clinical and community health services at four full time locations.

As a Federally Qualified Healthcare organization, we participate in the Bureau of Health Workforce (BHW) tuition loan repayment program.

ECHO Community Healthcare is committed to creating the best possible work environment for our employees and offers a competitive compensation and benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision, PTO, Basic and optional life insurance, EAP, 403(b) with employer match.

 

AVAILABLE POSITIONS

MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST

This position is full time (40 hrs) and located at our Main Campus - 315 Mulberry Street.

HOURS

Monday 8am – 8pm

Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 8am – 5pm

Friday 8am – 12pm

Job Summary:

Provides front desk coverage to include patient greeting, data entry, patient registration, cashier, form completion and scanning.

Qualifications:

• Exceptional Customer Service

• Ability to work at a fast-pace and multi-task

• Bilingual preferred (Spanish)

MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST

This position is part time (20 hrs) and located at our John St. Clinic - 501 John Street.

HOURS

Monday & Wednesday 8am – 5pm

Thursday 1pm – 5pm

Job Summary:

Provides front desk coverage to include patient greeting, data entry, patient registration, cashier, form completion and scanning..

Qualifications:

• Exceptional Customer Service

• Ability to work at a fast-pace and multi-task

• Bilingual preferred (Spanish)

CERTIFIED DIABETIC EDUCATOR (ALL CLINICS)

This position is full time (40 hrs) and located at our Main Campus - 315 Mulberry Street.

Job Summary:

Provides education of patients diagnosed with Diabetes.  Conducts classes, one-on-one assessment and learning opportunities and monitors outcomes through laboratory results and patient teaching tools. Also provides prevention practices and promotion to patients, with special emphasis on disease management and lifestyle choices.

Qualifications:

• RN / CDE, or disciplines in the process of becoming certified or those who meet the CDE requirements and are committed to becoming a CDE