CRCHC CAREERS

Extraordinary People, Extraordinary Care

IS YOUR PASSION…

  • Serving families, groups and communities develop access to resources, including health insurance, primary care, and health information
  • Serving to help build an understanding and social investment to support healthier behaviors and lifestyle choices to all available
  • Supporting the community for local health needs
  • Translating or interpreting for clients and health care/social service providers

INTERESTED IN JOINING CRCHC?

STEP 1: Download and fill out an application

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STEP 2: Send in your application by filling
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WHAT WE OFFER…

  • Health Insurance – currently 100% paid by company for employee
  • Long Term Disability
  • Life Insurance
  • 401K – Company matches up to 100% of first 4%
  • Paid Time Off –PTO is used for vacation, personnel and sick leave.
  • Holidays – 9 company paid holidays
  • Employee Assistance Program- through McLaughlin Young employees have the full range of services from counseling, financial, legal and work life balance. This is a free and confidential benefit for all employees and family members living in the household. http://www.mygroup.com/
  • Malpractice coverage through the Federal Torts Claim Act- Malpractice through the Federal Government that deems us as Federal employees. There are no limits or tail with this insurance. http://bphc.hrsa.gov/ftca/
  • CME- For CRCHC providers : MD, DO, PA, APN and BHC’s 5 days of CME and stipend are available.

Available through payroll deduction

  • Short Term Disability
  • Dental Insurance Employer pays 50% and Employee pay 50%
  • Health Insurance for family members

It’s what we do for our community that makes the difference!

INTERESTED IN ONE OF OUR JOB OPENINGS?

ALL CURRENT CRCHC EMPLOYEES APPLY BY USING THE INTERNAL JOB APPLICATION

ALL CURRENT JOB OPENINGS

Interpreter – Concord

Act as conduit between patients and medical/behavioral professionals and/or office staff by listening to the CRCHC staff and orally translating information into a patient’s native language in layman’s terms. The medical interpreter then translates the patient’s response back to the professional, using proper medical terminology. Interpreters may translate such information as the reason for a medical visit, past medical history, and family medical history, as well as explaining medical and surgical procedures, giving medical care instructions, providing drug information, and scheduling follow-up appointments. In providing translation services for the clerical staff, the interpreter may translate all aspects required for appropriately capturing demographics, billing, and pre-clinical coding information. This role collaborates with health care teams to ensure clinicians obtain accurate information and patient/family are fully informed.  Interpreters are also responsible for anticipating and helping staff avoid culturally inappropriate interactions with clients served while always protecting patient privacy in the execution of his/he job duties.

Interpreter – China Grove

Act as conduit between patients and medical/behavioral professionals and/or office staff by listening to the CRCHC staff and orally translating information into a patient’s native language in layman’s terms. The medical interpreter then translates the patient’s response back to the professional, using proper medical terminology. Interpreters may translate such information as the reason for a medical visit, past medical history, and family medical history, as well as explaining medical and surgical procedures, giving medical care instructions, providing drug information, and scheduling follow-up appointments. In providing translation services for the clerical staff, the interpreter may translate all aspects required for appropriately capturing demographics, billing, and pre-clinical coding information. This role collaborates with health care teams to ensure clinicians obtain accurate information and patient/family are fully informed.  Interpreters are also responsible for anticipating and helping staff avoid culturally inappropriate interactions with clients served while always protecting patient privacy in the execution of his/he job duties.

PRN/Part-Time Advanced Practice Provider

The Advanced Practice Provider (APP), under the supervision of the Physician, is responsible for assisting in the delivery of health care and patient care management. Under a physician’s supervision, the APP is responsible for the delivery of a broad range of medical services, including taking medical histories, conducting comprehensive physical examinations, ordering diagnostic tests such as medical imaging and laboratory tests, administering treatments (e.g., suturing, casting, incision and drainage, suture removal, minor procedures), monitoring patients, prescribing medications, assisting physicians, and counseling and educating patients.

LARC Program Coordinator-Part Time

 Under the supervision of the Assistant Medical Director, the LARC Program Coordinator helps to facilitate patient care in clinic environment. S/He is an essential part of the care team from the onset of the visit until its completion. S/He is one of the primary guides for the patient through the appointment process. Tasks assigned to this role are both clinical and clerical. She/he will be expected to work clinically as a certified medical assistant on designated days for the Women’s Health Nurse Provider and/or OB/GYN, if needed. S/he will be expected to work clerically on designated days as a clerical clinical assistant and care coordinator for uninsured women interested in applying for LARC methods. The LARC Program Coordinator is responsible for capturing and documenting clinical and demographic information and accurately documenting this material in the electronic health record for the Assistant Medical Director and Chief Medical Officer. The LARC Program Coordinator is responsible for effectively communicating with patients, providers, and staff in multiple settings.

Spanish Interpreter – Spencer

Act as conduit between patients and medical/behavioral professionals and/or office staff by listening to the CRCHC staff and orally translating information into a patient’s native language in layman’s terms. The medical interpreter then translates the patient’s response back to the professional, using proper medical terminology. Interpreters may translate such information as the reason for a medical visit, past medical history, and family medical history, as well as explaining medical and surgical procedures, giving medical care instructions, providing drug information, and scheduling follow-up appointments. In providing translation services for the clerical staff, the interpreter may translate all aspects required for appropriately capturing demographics, billing, and pre-clinical coding information. This role collaborates with health care teams to ensure clinicians obtain accurate information and patient/family are fully informed.  Interpreters are also responsible for anticipating and helping staff avoid culturally inappropriate interactions with clients served while always protecting patient privacy in the execution of his/he job duties.

Spanish Interpreter – Salisbury

Act as conduit between patients and medical/behavioral professionals and/or office staff by listening to the CRCHC staff and orally translating information into a patient’s native language in layman’s terms. The medical interpreter then translates the patient’s response back to the professional, using proper medical terminology. Interpreters may translate such information as the reason for a medical visit, past medical history, and family medical history, as well as explaining medical and surgical procedures, giving medical care instructions, providing drug information, and scheduling follow-up appointments. In providing translation services for the clerical staff, the interpreter may translate all aspects required for appropriately capturing demographics, billing, and pre-clinical coding information. This role collaborates with health care teams to ensure clinicians obtain accurate information and patient/family are fully informed.  Interpreters are also responsible for anticipating and helping staff avoid culturally inappropriate interactions with clients served while always protecting patient privacy in the execution of his/he job duties.  

Family Practice or Internal Medicine Physician (MD or DO)

Provides professional medical services to complement the delivery of primary health care services at Cabarrus Rowan Community Health Centers. The role of the physician is to assess, maintain and improve the health status of individuals in the communities served. The physician provides clinical leadership and supervision of midlevel providers and indirect supervision of medical support staff.

 

Spanish Interpreter (China Grove)

Act as conduit between patients and medical/behavioral professionals and/or office staff by listening to the CRCHC staff and orally translating information into a patient’s native language in layman’s terms. The medical interpreter then translates the patient’s response back to the professional, using proper medical terminology. Interpreters may translate such information as the reason for a medical visit, past medical history, and family medical history, as well as explaining medical and surgical procedures, giving medical care instructions, providing drug information, and scheduling follow-up appointments. In providing translation services for the clerical staff, the interpreter may translate all aspects required for appropriately capturing demographics, billing, and pre-clinical coding information. This role collaborates with health care teams to ensure clinicians obtain accurate information and patient/family are fully informed.  Interpreters are also responsible for anticipating and helping staff avoid culturally inappropriate interactions with clients served while always protecting patient privacy in the execution of his/he job duties.

 

Certified Medical Assistant – Salisbury

Under the supervision of the Director of Clinical Services (DOCS) and the assigned provider, the Certified/Registered Medical Assistant (CMA/RMA) helps to facilitate patient care in the clinic environment. S/He is an essential part of the care team from the onset of the visit until its completion. The CMA/RMA may be involved in both the clinical and administrative areas. S/He is one of the primary guides for the patient through the appointment process. Tasks assigned to this role are both clinical and clerical. CMA/RMAs are responsible for capturing and documenting clinical and demographic information and accurately documenting this material in the electronic health record. CMA/RMAs also assist providers with procedures and communicate with patients in various forms and multiple settings.

 

Dental Assistant (Charlotte)

Dental Assistant prepares for oral examination and assists other dental workers, such as dentists, dental therapists and dental hygienist, in providing treatment to the teeth, mouth and gums. Dental Assistants also carry out chair-side and receptionist duties.

 

Call Center Specialist

 The Call Center Representative (also “CCR”) is responsible for providing high quality service to all individuals that contact our office via telephone or the internet. The CCR ensures that all patients receive access to care and information via telecommunications and online methods, as appropriate. The CCR assists the supervisor and/or manager with a variety of general office activities and may be asked to assist in various front desk operations among all sites when necessary. The CCR will assist with patient requests, all incoming communications to the Center, scheduling patient appointment requests, call routing, outbound contact initiatives, and screening incoming communications all while ensuring the delivery of excellence in customer service.

 

Certified Medical Assistant (Concord)

Under the supervision of the Director of Clinical Services (DOCS) and the assigned provider, the Certified/Registered Medical Assistant (CMA/RMA) helps to facilitate patient care in the clinic environment. S/He is an essential part of the care team from the onset of the visit until its completion. The CMA/RMA may be involved in both the clinical and administrative areas. S/He is one of the primary guides for the patient through the appointment process. Tasks assigned to this role are both clinical and clerical. CMA/RMAs are responsible for capturing and documenting clinical and demographic information and accurately documenting this material in the electronic health record. CMA/RMAs also assist providers with procedures and communicate with patients in various forms and multiple settings.

 

340 B Coordinator – Concord

The 340B Coordinator will assist the Quality Improvement Manager in the planning and implementation of a systemic program for clinical quality and outcomes improvement at CRCHC pertaining to the 340B Program. The position serves as primary administrative and reporting support to the 340B Program and evaluation of processes for all 340B requirements. This position exists to support compliance with internal QI initiatives and external regulatory requirements. In addition, the 340B Coordinator will be responsible for assisting senior Leadership with all aspects of the 340B Program at CRCHC to include but not limited to: Program development, 340B audits, and reporting.

 

Manager of Regulatory Affairs, Contract Managment, and Legal Compliance (Concord)

he Manger of Regulatory Affairs, Contracts and Legal Compliance is responsible for the development, implementation, and oversight of all activities related to CRCHC adherence to the laws, regulations and policies that govern its business. The manager will provide legal counsel in areas of potential risk to the organization and will oversee general contract, legal compliance, and regulatory matters. Responsible regulatory compliance for all COVID-19, CARES and Coronavirus Funding, and 340B compliance related issues. Assist in policy and procedure development and review. Perform corporate audits for compliance with programs identified above. Which include the identification and organization of information and resources related to regulatory requirements and policies; for the communication and training on the importance of legal compliance in general; and for the development of policies, procedures and standards related to any regulatory bodies CRCHC is responsible to.  Additionally, to identify areas of concerns and developing / implementing plans to reduce risk and maintain compliance, while decreasing legal risk.

Advance Practice Provider 

The Advanced Practice Provider (APP), under the supervision of the Physician, is responsible for assisting in the delivery of health care and patient care management. Under a physician’s supervision, the APP is responsible for the delivery of a broad range of medical services, including taking medical histories, conducting comprehensive physical examinations, ordering diagnostic tests such as medical imaging and laboratory tests, administering treatments (e.g., suturing, casting, incision and drainage, suture removal, minor procedures), monitoring patients, prescribing medications, assisting physicians, and counseling and educating patients.

PT PEDS Certified Medical Assistant (Cabarrus/Rowan)

Under the supervision of the Director of Clinical Services (DOCS) and the assigned provider, the Certified/Registered Medical Assistant (CMA/RMA) helps to facilitate patient care in the clinic environment. S/He is an essential part of the care team from the onset of the visit until its completion. The CMA/RMA may be involved in both the clinical and administrative areas. S/He is one of the primary guides for the patient through the appointment process. Tasks assigned to this role are both clinical and clerical. CMA/RMAs are responsible for capturing and documenting clinical and demographic information and accurately documenting this material in the electronic health record.  CMA/RMAs also assist providers with procedures and communicate with patients in various forms and multiple settings.

RN Care Coordinator (Remote)

RN Care Coordinator will work with Cabarrus Rowan Community Health Centers, Inc.  (CRCHC) patients and staff to provide proactive intervention and coordination of care to CRCHC patient who are receiving care in an inpatient community hospital or emergency department for physical health reasons to ensure that these individuals receive appropriate transitional care and services. The RN Care Coordinator also works with identified high risk Medicaid Managed Care patients to create goals through care plans. The RN Coordinator works with the patient and care team to identify and alleviate inappropriate levels of care or care gaps through assessment, multidisciplinary team care planning, linkage and/or coordination of services needed by the patient. This collaboration with physicians and practice staff will drive improvement in clinical measurement outcomes and patient outcomes to promote the highest standards of quality for CRCHC patients.

Spanish Outreach and Enrollment Specialist

The Outreach and Enrollment Specialist provides outreach opportunities for community residents who lack access to healthcare and health insurance through community engagement and enrollment and application follow-up assistance.  This role also builds and strengthens enrollment collaborations with local partner organizations.

Mobile CMA

Under the supervision of the Director of Clinical Services (DOCS) and the assigned provider, the Certified/Registered Medical Assistant (CMA/RMA) helps to facilitate patient care in the clinic environment. S/He is an essential part of the care team from the onset of the visit until its completion. The CMA/RMA may be involved in both the clinical and administrative areas. S/He is one of the primary guides for the patient through the appointment process. Tasks assigned to this role are both clinical and clerical. CMA/RMAs are responsible for capturing and documenting clinical and demographic information and accurately documenting this material in the electronic health record.  CMA/RMAs also assist providers with procedures and communicate with patients in various forms and multiple settings.

Dental Hygienist 

The Hygienist provides dental health education and quality services in a variety of patient care, laboratory duties and administrative support. The Hygienist maintains independent professional responsibility for patient care while working to meet agency goals within departmental guidelines as administered by the Dental Director. The Hygienist will prepare patients and patient information and take x-rays. These services may be provided in a fixed or mobile dental facility in a community based setting.