Find a job that loves you back!

When you work with a Community Health Center, you’re joining a team that cares about you and makes a difference in the lives of those right here in our community.

Our employees earn a living where their heart is, serving others and providing high quality, affordable healthcare – all while supporting their family, advancing their careers and receiving incredible benefits.

In our family-first organization, you’ll never work nights, weekends or any major holidays! We may be close to home, but we’re far from ordinary.

Open Positions

Please be advised that in accordance with federal mandate, all offers of employment with NEPA Community Health Care are contingent upon proof of COVID-19 vaccination or approval of a request for medical or religious exemption.

Clinical Receptionist | Montrose, PA + Float Location

The Clinical 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 creating a welcoming environment for patients by exemplifying a patient-centered service demeanor.

Please Note: There are two positions available – one in Montrose and one as a Float. This position would be the first called upon to float locations in consideration of necessary staffing coverage. Travel between all centers (Greenfield Township, Hallstead & Montrose) is to be expected.

Dental Assistant | Montrose, PA

The Dental Assistant performs many tasks inclusive of scheduling appointments, office organization, record-keeping, taking X-rays, applying sealant and fluoride, and assisting providers with patients. The Dental Assistant works under the direction of licensed professionals to complete lab work and prep materials for the provider to use during procedures.

It is paramount that the Dental Assistant helps to ensure dental procedures go smoothly by anticipating provider needs and making patients comfortable. This professional will effectively interact with patients, advocates and other care team members while maintaining all standards of professional dentistry. The Dental Assistant is a member of the interdisciplinary treatment team and has the goal of assisting patients to assume responsibility for their own oral health. The position coordinates with all organizational service lines in accordance with the organization’s integrative practice model and in response to individual patient need.

Dental Billing Specialist | Montrose, PA

The Dental Billing Specialist will evaluate dental records and claims to ensure completeness, accuracy and compliance with the coding standards. The position will be responsible for assisting in collecting, posting, managing account payments, submitting claims, and working A/R. This role also assists with technical guidance and training on dental coding to providers and staff, as necessary.

Expanded Function Dental Assistant | Montrose, PA

In addition to the duties outlined above, the EFDA will provide chairside assistance in accordance with the scope of licensure.

HIM Clerk | Flexible Location

The HIM Clerk is responsible for ensuring patient data is being compiled, updated, and accurately organized in compliance with state and federal regulations, following the organizations policies and procedures. The HIM Clerk will work in several capacities as a support role to the Care Management and provider-led care team.  This professional has a well-developed understanding of medical terminology, experience with electronic health records and can multi-task efficiently in a fast-paced environment while continuing to provide personalized, compassionate service.

Please Note: This position holds a part-time schedule of 24 hours/week.

Medical Billing & Coding Specialist | Montrose, PA

The Medical Billing & Coding Specialist will evaluate medical records and claims to ensure completeness, accuracy and compliance with the International Classification of Diseases Manual – Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM), and the American Medical Association’s Current Procedural Terminology Manual (CPT). The position will also be responsible for assisting in collecting, posting, managing account payments, submitting claims, and working A/R. S/he also assists with technical guidance and training on medical coding to providers and staff, as necessary. Current CPC certification is preferred.

Medical Director/Family Practice Physician | Susquehanna County, PA

The Medical Director is the chief clinician at the Center. Responsible for delivery of quality medical care to patients of the Center, the Medical Director functions as a member of the multi-disciplinary health care team within the scope of his/her medical practice; provides clinical direction across all Center locations; and functions as the lead clinician for guidance related to medication-assisted treatment (MAT) services.

This position is accountable to the Chief Executive Officer in matters of clinical compliance for physical health under the requirement of her/his licensing board in accordance with federal and state regulations. The Medical Director supervises and establishes quality measures for primary care providers organization-wide (including all school-based and clinical service sites). The management of clinical services includes but is not limited to establishing clinical practice policy and protocols, individual/group supervision, quality assurance and improvement, and reviewing treatment plans while setting the pace for a high-performing productive department. The position also offers the opportunity to represent NEPA CHC at internal and external meetings as assigned and approved by the CEO.

Reception Supervisor | Float Location

The Reception Supervisor is responsible for the effective coordination of reception staff across health centers, ensuring compliance with established policies and procedures. This role serves as a liaison between the Business Office and clinical teams and functions as an advisor to leadership on matters pertaining to the front-end operations.

The Reception Supervisor serves as a role model in attitude, attendance, behavior, professional appearance and in communication and interactions with other employees and patients. S/he demonstrates confidence in decision making, flexibility and responsiveness to changing demands, as well as the ability to prioritize to meet operational and other needs.

Caring as a Community

Hear what our employees love about working for a Community Health Center!

Kristen Follert, MS
| Chief Executive Officer

“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 to 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.”

Benefits Package

NEPA Community Health Care meaningfully invests in the people who make this organization thrive and is proud to offer the following benefits package:

  • Competitive Compensation
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance
  • Health Reimbursement Arrangement
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Group Term Life Insurance & Long-Term Disability Coverage
  • Voluntary Coverage Options at Group Rates
  • 403(b) Retirement Plan
  • Continuing Education Allowance
  • Generous Paid Time Off + Major Holidays
  • Compressed Work Week for Providers & Clinical Support Staff

Loan Repayment Opportunities

HPSA Designations

Primary Care: 17 | Mental Health: 14 | Dental: 22

National Health Service Corps 

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.

PA Primary Care Loan Repayment Program  

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).