Careers in health care are rewarding, exciting, and not the average “nine to five” desk job. A good salary and stable employment are just two of the many reasons to choose a health career.
Community Health Centers offer a wide array of employment options, from front desk receptionist and billing positions to lab assistants, nurses, health educators, and medical doctors.
Community Health Centers have a strong history of advocating for under served populations and by choosing a career at a community health you become part of a movement—a movement to provide high quality health care for all people, regardless of the barriers.
Choosing a career at a community health center gives you a chance to be a part of a unique work environment and an opportunity to give back to society.
Use this site to figure out if a health career is right for you and learn more about opportunities at Community Health Centers, training and degree programs, and funding your education.
For more information contact Abbie Chandler-Doran at (206) 546-4026 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The National Health Service Corps
The NHSC is a network of 10,000 primary care providers and 17,000 sites working in communities with limited access to care across the country. Visit their web site to learn more:
The Washington Association of Community & Migrant Health Centers (WACMHC) is a non-profit organization, formed in 1985, to advocate on behalf of the low-income, uninsured, and underserved populations of Washington State served by community health centers. These health centers serve low income and other persons with limited access to health care.
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