This full-time position will join our Ashland team and provide quality services in a team-based patient-centered medical home setting with special emphasis on care for persons who experience barriers to accessing care due to income, language, cultural, and social barriers. Within the nurse practitioner or physician assistant scope of practice, provide medical care and education focused on individual and family engagement and behavioral change, treatment compliance, and health risk factor reduction. Utilize professional skills in diagnosing, treating and managing acute and chronic health problems.
EDUCATION: Master's Degree in Nursing or a Doctorate in Nursing from a CCNE (Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education) or NLNAC (National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission) accredited graduate nursing program OR Graduate of an accredited Physician Assistant Program
EXPERIENCE: Minimum two years' as a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant serving uninsured / underinsured and minority patients preferred. Bilingual English/Spanish language skills desirable. Must be able to document in an electronic medical records program, EPIC preferred.
LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATIONS: â¢ Current license by the Oregon Board of Nursing as a Nurse Practitioner with prescribing authority OR current unencumbered Oregon license to practice as a Physician Assistant with prescription authority â¢ DEA and National Provider Identifier (NPI) number â¢ Current Basic Life Support Certification â¢ National Certification for FNP from the American Association of Nurse Practitioner Certification Program â¢ Eligible for PrimeCare credentialing
Rogue Community Health is a nonprofit patient-centered medical home that offers medical, dental, behavioral health, on-site pharmacy, lab and integrative health services to people of all ages and backgrounds. We were recognized in 2016 as One of Oregon's Best Nonprofits to Work For by Oregon Business Magazine. Our dedicated, patient-centered team provides a continuous source of high quality, comprehensive and affordable medical care to thousands of Jackson County residents each year. No one is denied care due to inability to pay. We offer a generous sliding fee discount to income qualified patients based on annual household income.
We have has five full-service clinic locations and six school-based health centers. We are recognized by Oregon Health Authority as Patient-Centered Medical Homes and by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) for demonstrating that our practice and clinicians value quality health care delivery and the latest clinical protocols to ensure the best care possible and at the right time.
We offer family friendly work hours, which could include a compressed work schedule of 4 X 10 hour days, a competitive wage and benefit package that includes seven paid holidays, generous paid time off, medical, dental, vision, short-term and long-term disability, AD&D, life insurance, an employer-match retirement plan, and a Wellness Program participation plan that allows for a reduction in medical insurance premiums.
To learn more about us and view the full job description, visit our website at
www.roguecommunityhealth.org Click on Careers then on Opportunities
Reference checks, criminal background check, and pre-employment drug screen will be completed prior to final job offers. Some positions also require a credit check. Candidates who accept a formal job offer must be able to provide proof of legal right to work in the United States. We are an employment at will state and have a 90 day probationary period for all newly hired team members. Equal Opportunity Employer and we comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you consider yourself disabled and need assistance in the application process, please contact our Human Resources Department.
All RCH facilities are drug-free and smoke-free