Are you the candidate we’ve been searching for?
NEPA Community Health Care is committed to creating a culture of engagement, curiosity and joy within the workplace. It is our sincere hope that our employees love their jobs and actively choose to serve their role with pride and passion!
We believe that being an Employer of Choice is not dependent on any one person or program but rather the collective body which forms our organization as a whole. In other words, it’s ALL OF US working together to honor our mission each and every day!
With this in mind, we ask every employee to uphold these five ideals:
- Base decisions on what is in the best interest of our patients. Always.
- Consider yourself a professional – we do.
- Speak up – your voice is valued, and we want to hear it. It’s important not just to report problems but to bring solutions.
- Take initiative. Ask for clarity on policies or procedures you don’t understand.
- Never perpetuate gossip, rumors or dramatic activity of any kind. Have a respectful conversation and get accurate information from the source.
If this sounds like a team you want to join, we invite you to submit your resumé and application for the opportunities listed below!
Float LPN & Receptionist | Susquehanna County, PA
As a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), the successful candidate must be prepared to function as a core member of the healthcare team by exercising sound nursing judgment based on preparation, knowledge, experience and competency. This position participates in the planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care using focused assessment in settings where nursing takes place. The LPN works directly with primary care and behavioral health providers to room patients, collect preliminary visit information and test samples, maintain patient records, communicate with patients regarding basic medical procedures and assist in basic examinations.
This position is also cross-trained to function as a Medical Receptionist, as needed. The Medical Receptionist coordinates patient and provider schedules as well as bookkeeping, file management and office organization. This professional has a well-developed understanding of the revenue cycle and can multi-task efficiently in a fast-paced environment while continuing to provide personalized, compassionate service.
Please Note: As indicated by the title, this position will maintain a set schedule which alternates between health centers in Greenfield Township, Hallstead and Montrose.
Caring as a Community
Hear what our employees love about working for a Community Health Center!
Kristen Follert, MS | Director of Quality Assurance
“The benefits of working for a non-profit organization serving the community in which I live are boundless. I have opportunities to positively impact my family, friends and neighbors through delivery of high-quality healthcare. The organization’s commitment to community outreach makes it an intimate member of the neighborhood and one I am proud call my employer. NEPA Community Health Care strives to cultivate a positive, family-oriented environment for its employees. The team truly cares for one another and makes coming to work each day a joy.”
NEPA Community Health Care places tremendous value on its employees and the contributions they make every day to fulfilling the mission which sets our course. We meaningfully invest in the people who make this organization thrive and are proud to offer the following benefits package.
- Competitive Compensation
- Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance | Eligible 1st day of next month following employment
- Health Reimbursement Arrangement
- Flexible Spending Account
- Group Term Life Insurance & Long-Term Disability Coverage
- Voluntary Coverage Options at Group Rates
- 403(b) Pension
- Continuing Education Allowance
- Generous Paid Time Off + Holidays
- Compressed Work Week
Loan Repayment Opportunities
Primary Care: 16 | Mental Health: 16 | Dental: 19
The National Health Service Corps (NHSC) Loan Repayment Program offers primary care medical, dental and mental and behavioral health care providers the opportunity to have their student loans repaid, while earning a competitive salary, in exchange for providing health care in urban, rural or tribal communities with limited access to care.
Through the Pennsylvania Department of Health, loan repayment opportunities are provided as an incentive to recruit and retain primary care practitioners willing to serve underserved Pennsylvania residents and to make a commitment to practicing in federally designated Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSAs).