Employment

    The Joint Commission Accredited La Clinica de Familia is an An Equal Opportunity Employer. All Positions are open until filled. Persons interested in any of the following positions may complete an applicaiton online, print the applicaiton here or obtain an application form from the Administration Office at 385 Calle de Alegra Las Cruces, NM 88005, 575-526-1105 or contact Human Resources. La Clinica de Familia accepts applications Monday thru Friday between 8am-5pm at 385 Calle de Alegra Las Cruces, NM 88005.Scroll down this page to view current job listings for additional information about employment at La Clinica de Familia...PLa Clinica de Familia is looking for dedicated individuals to fill the vacant positions listed below. As a La Clinica de Familia employee you will enjoy great benefits such as paid holidays, 401(k) company match, vacation days, health and dental insurance, company sponsored life and long term disability insurance. Any questions may be referred to the Human Resources Department at 575-541-6156        
                                                          


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 LCDF is seeking

 

 

Promotora Volunteers:


Performs clerical duties and Promotora duties as volunteer achieves competencies in those work areas. Perform all duties assigned in a professional and at the criteria set by supervisor. This position requires the ability to attend trainings to enhance skills to work at different areas of La Clinica de Familia. All duties performed will promote the well being of all people of S. NM through community health and social services. No experience necessary.

 

Early Head Start

 

NMSU Work Study Student:
Performs routine office or clerical support tasks according to established procedures.  Follow set procedures and may exercise some independent judgment in carrying out instructions.  Files and maintains files. High school diploma or equivalent and one year in a similar position. 


Rio Grande Preparatory Institute/Centennial High School


Nurse Aide:

Responsible for providing  direct nursing support to the clinic nurse and medical provider by performing general nursing duties within the scope of nursing assistant education /knowledge and under the direction of the licensed nurse. High School Diploma or equivalent; completion of Nurse Aide or Medical Assistant certification program. Bilingual English/Spanish

 

Santa Teresa School Base

 

Dental Assistant:

Responsible for assisting Dentist with semi-technical work such as cleaning and arranging instruments and helping with X-rays.  Also performs a variety of routine clerical duties. Certification as a Dental Assistant; New Mexico radiology certification; CPR; and valid NM driver’s license with current automobile insurance.

 

Integrated Behavioral Health Provider:

The co-located, collaborative integrated care behavioral health provider is a member of the PCMH health care team who assists the primary care provider (PCP) in managing the overall health of their enrolled population. The BHP’s goals are to help improve recognition, treatment, and management of psychosocial/behavioral problems and conditions in the enrolled primary care Population. The person will provide consultation services to all patients referred by the primary care team. The person in this position will deliver brief, consultation-based services in the primary care clinic to patients and PCP’s using an integrated care model as well as other services as recommended by the team and the PCP owner of care. Masters Degree in social work and 2 years experience in similar setting. State of New Mexico certification in Social Work. Independent Licensed Social Worker credentials in NM or eligible for state reciprocity preferred. LPCC, LPC, LMSW, LMHC welcome to apply. NM driver's license and current auto insurance. Must be bilingual
English/Spanish.


 

Healthy Start

 

Administrative Assistant

Responsible for management of the office to ensure smooth day-to-day operation of program and accurate maintenance of all program records. Supports the endeavors of the director and staff to assure compliance with LCDF and other grantor regulations. High school diploma or equivalent and one-year of college courses in Business or General Education with a minimum of three years secretarial or office management experience.  Experience working with children and families helpful.

 

Family Support Specialists:

Provides a broad range of family support (FSS) services to prenatal and inter-conception women and families with babies ages zero through three.   Services include care coordination, health education, Interconception care/education, outreach, and home visiting.  FSS is responsible for assessing needs, coordinating/monitoring and delivering a broad range of services. High school diploma or equivalent with a minimum of two years experiences in early childhood (Credit may be given for educational degree, i.e., Bachelor's Degree in Social Work or related field from an accredited program), Infant Mental Health Endorsement preferred. Bilingual English/Spanish required. 


Mental Health

 

 

 

ACT Case Manager:

Provides services to adult mental health clients. Assists in developing, evaluating, and coordinating treatment plans and recovery services. Has a bachelor's degree and at least one year of full-time behavioral health work experience or has an associate's degree and at least two years of full-time behavioral health work experience. Working unconventional hours:  weekend/evening/holiday hours. Bilingual English/Spanish Preferred.

 

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH TECHNICIAN

Provides supervisory services to youth/adolescents in a Residential Treatment Services (RTS) setting in accordance with CYFD certification requirements (7.20.11.1 NMAC) for children and adolescents with severe behavioral, psychological, neurobiological, or emotional problems, who are in need of psychosocial rehabilitation mental health services in a residential facility setting. Must be at least 21 years of age. Direct service staff must possess a high school diploma or GED, and one or more of the following: Two years of experience working with children and adolescents with severe psychological /emotional disturbances; or Two year post-secondary education in a human services related field. Upon hire, will need to complete a minimum of 20 hours of documented 20-hours of pre-service training and will shadow a mentor upon these hours are completed. Must pass a Criminal Records Check. Must be able to verify eligibility for employment in the United States. Must possess the ability to work as a part of a team. Knowledge of Southwestern culture and/or bilingual (English/Spanish) strongly desired.

 

Director of Administration:

Under the direction of the DON/CMO and in close cooperation with the Infection Control Committee coordinates and implements the infection control program for LCDF. This includes preventive, educational and administrative measures to ensure high quality patient care and employee safety. Bachelor’s Degree in a related health or safety field, with at least three years experience in a similar role or minimum five years of clinical administration experience. Bilingual, English/Spanish Preferred.


TFC Admission Coordinator:

Primary responsibilities for this position include coordination of referrals to the TFC Program and completion of pre-admission and admission paperwork. The following responsibilities are included in, but are not limited to, the position of TFC Admissions Coordinator. Master’s degree from an accredited program in social work or another human-services field; or a bachelor’s degree in social work or another human-services related field and two years experience with children with Severe Emotional Disturbances and/or Neurobiological Disorders. Bilingual English/Spanish Preferred.

 

Psychosocial Rehabilitation Instructor

Provides education and guidance to members of the PSR Program. Encourages each member to fulfill their goals and functioning at their highest potential following a core set of principles and values. Instructs and teaches members on a daily basis providing materials and knowledge on various aspects of treatment and topics of interest. Bachelor’s degree in a human services field from an accredited university and one year of relevant experience with the target population or Hold an Associate’s degree in a human services field from an accredited university and two years of relevant experience with the target population or Hold a high school diploma or equivalent (GED) and three years of relevant experience. with the target population


EHR Super-User (EHR Principal Clinical Analyst/Trainer):

The EHR Super-User’s primary responsibility is to successfully develop training materials to help medical and behavioral health providers and their staff to become proficient in the EHR system and on specific features of the EHR software for clinical practices. Analyzes EHR reports to assure Meaningful Use of the system.  Ensures standardization of prevention, diagnosing, treatment, and care management in the EHR system by providers and clinical staff.  Ensures that reports meet all Federal, State, and Local funding expectations (UDS, RPHCA, etc.)  Knowledge of the clinical protocols followed in the ambulatory care setting.  This position requires demonstrated knowledge of medical/behavioral health terminology and an understanding of basic anatomy and physiology. The employee will need training in the current EMR used at La Clinica de Familia, Inc.  Training in medical care as a clinician or equivalent experience with the use of an EHR in the clinical setting preferred. Bilingual English/Spanish Preferred.

 

RESIDENTIAL ADMISSIONS COORDINATOR

The Primary responsibilities for the Residential Admissions Coordinator is handling multifaceted case management tasks, e.g. safety planning, records and file management and submission of initial and concurrent reviews for all Stepping Stones residents at group home and shelter levels of care.  The Residential Admissions Coordinator also coordinates the admission and discharge of all Residential clients and ensures all data is entered and files are complete and ready at all times.  Must be 21 years or older per Program Regulations. Bachelor’s degree in a human services field from an accredited university and one year of relevant experience with the target population and or Associate’s degree in a human services field from an accredited university and two years of relevant experience with the target population.


MH Custodian:

Responsible for general cleaning duties at assigned clinic or site, ensuring that the site remains orderly, attractive, sanitary and in compliance with safety standards. Related work experience preferred and be able to understand and perform instructions. Bilingual English/Spanish Preferred.

 

Children Clinical Director:

The Director of Children's Programs is responsible for clinical program development, administration, reporting and compliance for all Psychiatric Services, Counseling, Residential and Foster Programs for children and adolescents. Seven (7) years of clinical management experience, preferably in a community behavioral health setting. Must be independently licensed in the State of New Mexico (LISW, LPCC, LMFT, or Licensed Psychiatrist or Psychologist). Must pass a CYFD Criminal Records Check. . Must be able to work as a member of a team and communicate effectively with others. Current non-violent crisis intervention, CPR and first aid training and certification. Must maintain a valid NM Driver License and insurance coverage. Bilingual English/Spanish Preferred.


CCSS:

The CCSS Worker coordinates and proves services and resources to individuals/families necessary to promote recovery, rehabilitation and resiliency. The CCSS Workers address goals specifically in the following areas: parenting skills; training and behavior management; independent living; learning; socializing and recreation. Bachelor’s degree in a human service field OR will have a demonstrated history of working with SED children and families for at least two years or more. Bilingual English/Spanish Preferred.


Therapist:

Performs assessment, diagnostic evaluation, crisis intervention, case management, and therapeutic services for individuals, families, and groups; provides community consultation and education and staff orientation and training; assists in team supervision and participates in the planning, development, and implementation of services as part of the Child Family Team or Adult Recovery Team. Licensed Master's degree in social work, psychology, or a behavioral health related field. Bilingual English/Spanish Preferred.


MST-PSB Therapist:

Performs assessment, diagnostic evaluation, crisis intervention, case management, and therapeutic services for individuals, families, and groups; provides community consultation and education and staff orientation and training; assists in team supervision and participates in the planning, development, and implementation of services as part of the Multi-Systemic Therapy and Problem Sexual Behavioral.   Must be independently licensed in the State of New Mexico (LISW, LPCC, or LMFT). Bilingual English/Spanish Preferred.


TFC Training Coordinator:

The Training Coordinator’s responsibilities include the coordination and/or provision of training to Treatment Foster Care (TFC) staff and parents. Master’s Degree from an accredited program in social work or another human-services field; or a bachelor’s degree in social work or another human-services related field and two years’ experience with children with Severe Emotional Disturbances and/or Neurobiological Disorders. Bilingual English/Spanish. Bilingual English/Spanish.


Senior Accountant:

Under supervision of the CFO, monitors the business activities of the accounting department through the maintenance of ledgers and the control of books of accounts. Performs advanced accounting functions in the management of the organization's various business affairs. Prepares special financial and statistical reports and statements. Assists in directing cost controls, financial analysis, accounting practices and reports.  Analyzes and interprets financial data and recommends changes to improve systems and financial performance.  Oversees and supervises the daily operations of the accounting department.  Coordinates with the Clinic Administrators by providing direction in fiscal management of the clinic. Bachelor’s Degree in accounting, finance, or business administration with an emphasis in accounting from an accredited college or university, and five years or more experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. Bilingual English/Spanish Preferred.


Biller:

Performs daily duties of billing electronic and/or paper insurance claims to maximize third party insurance revenues fully by Posting of EOB’s.  Additionally, follow up and tracking procedures must be enacted upon to ensure maximum revenue is collected. High school diploma or equivalent and two years experience in similar position.  Previous experience in a medical setting is a plus.

 

Network Administrator

The Network Administrator is primarily responsible for the configuration, maintenance, and development of local and wide area network services.  The Network Administrator applies technical expertise to the solution of data integration and automation issues, and insures that data security and integrity is maintained throughout the system. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in computer science or related computer field or 5 years of relevant and related experience.  Cisco and Microsoft certifications required or relevant and related experience.

 

RESIDENTIAL COOK

Responsible for maintaining the Residential Facility kitchen and for all meal preparation, ensuring full compliance with the State Food Program’s regulations and required paperwork. High school diploma or equivalent (GED) and work experience in food preparation for large groups are required.   Experience working with the State Food Program is strongly preferred


IT Tech:

The IT Support Specialist will provide superior service and root cause resolutions for staff.  IT Support Specialist receives and handles requests for support, responds timely and promptly and escalates any unresolved requests as appropriate. In addition, IT Support Specialist will produce detailed documentation and advise relevant persons of actions taken. IT Support Specialist must have ability to work well as part of a team and possess superior communication, interpersonal and customer service skills. He/she will be a self-starter with the ability to find his/her own solutions to problems and understand the inter-dependencies between application systems. A degree or diploma in Computer Science, Management Information Systems (MIS) or related field a plus   Minimum of 2 years’ experience in technical support with strong technical troubleshooting and problem solving diagnosis skills. Industry Certifications such as ITIL, Network+, A+, Security+, Microsoft Technology Associate (MTP), Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP), and Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician (MCDST) preferred but not required.


Medical Records Clerk:

Responsible primarily for maintenance of medical records and respective patient information, ensuring confidentiality and safe-guarding, and in compliance with applicable LCDF policies and standards.  Also assists with other front office functions, especially providing effective customer service to patients, at assigned clinic. High School Diploma or equivalent. Bi-lingual English / Spanish


Human Resources Generalist:

Responsible for participating in the day-to-day support activities.  Provides assistance in the areas of employment, salary and benefits administration, employee communications, and records data and furnishes reports.  Advise employees on questions or problems relating to human resources.  Manages some human resources activities or administers policies according to executive level direction Follows set procedures and may exercise independent judgment in carrying out instructions and duties. Any combination of education and experience that provides the knowledge and skills necessary to perform the essential functions of this position.  The knowledge and skills are generally acquired through attainment of High school diploma or equivalent and four years experience in human resources, payroll and/or benefits.


Receptionist:

Receives incoming telephone calls for Administration obtains caller’s name, and forwards call to appropriate person or takes a message.  Greets visitors, clients, and applicants and directs them to the appropriate office.  Provides information and assistance to clients, customers, and applicants. Answers general queries for the public. Maintains conference room schedule. Performs a variety of typing and other clerical duties.  Receives and sorts incoming and outgoing mail. High school diploma or equivalent and one year experience in similar position Bilingual English/Spanish.


Psychiatrist/MH Prescriber:

Provide direct psychiatric care with La Clinica de Familia Mental Health a non-profit primary care clinic. The delivery of quality service and positive interaction with our clients. Is responsible for establishing and maintaining interpersonal relationships with patients, visitors, and LCDF Mental Health employees in a courteous, respectful and professional manner. Administer clinical aspects of LCDF Mental Health services/work with community agencies and other provider groups, in particular the La Clinica de Familia Mental Health Center Behavioral Health Unit, in developing integrated service delivery system in Dona Ana County. Graduation from an accredited medical school; Board Eligible or Board Certified in Psychiatry. Bilingual English/Spanish Preferred.


Training Coordinator:

Plans, develops, coordinates, provides and evaluates clinical training to comply with licensure regulations, funding source mandates and clinical best practices. Minimum of two years of curriculum development, training program administration and presentation experience.  Minimum of one year of experience that involves coordinating and implementing trainings, producing reports and utilizing computer software, preferably MS Word, Excel and Power Point. Bachelor’s degree in social services or related field, with at least 2 years of direct clinical service. Experience with Relias Learning Management System, possession of an independent professional license (counseling, social work or related), and/or supervisory/management experience preferred.


Compliance Manager

The Compliance Officer reviews and evaluates compliance issues/concerns within the organization. The position ensures the Board of Directors, management and employees are in compliance with the rules and regulations of regulatory agencies, that company policies and procedures are being followed, and that behavior in the organization meets the company’s Standards of Conduct.


PSYCHIATRIC NURSE PRACTITIONER

Performs psychiatric assessments as needed and participates in the ongoing treatment of clients within the scope of law and regulation. Graduate from nurse practitioner program.  Requires Possession of a certificate as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner from the State of New Mexico and three years’ experience in behavioral health.  Additional training in primary care preferred but not required, e.g. diabetes education, women's health.

 

Front Office Secretary

The Front Office Secretary screens all clientele for appropriateness of services. Schedules and coordinates intake slots with clinical staff. Answers questions for all new clientele on a walk-in and phone call basis. Must be 18 years or older. High School graduate or equivalent, and 1 year of work experience Prefer experience with mental health and/or special populations.  Must be familiar with medical terminology

 

Central Administration


Patient Account Representative:

Provides the highest level of customer service as patients single point of contact for resolution of outstanding balances relating to billing, insurance or payment of accounts.  Responds to all inquires from patients and/or guarantors regarding account balances and insurance status. Reports appropriate accounts for bad debt review. Ensures collection compliances with the state of NM and LCDF policies and maintains stringent collection procedures. High school diploma or equivalent and least two years experience in medical billing, medical collections, and insurance reimbursement or customer service in a medical setting. 

 

Clinic Administrator/Residency Coordinator:

Management of the overall operations for various LCDF programs which may include Primary Care, Behavioral Health, Dental, Teen health/School-Based Health.  Administrative supervision of medical director, lead nurse and support staff including but not limited to the front office, eligibility specialist and maintenance. With oversight and direction from the Residency Program Director and DME/DIO, the Clinic Administrator will perform  the responsibilities of Program Coordinator for the operational and financial management of the accredited residency training program.  BA in Administration or Management or equivalent. Education requirement may be waived by Chief HR Officer or Chief Operating Officer for relevant years of equivalent experience. Demonstrate experience/Training in similar position with similar duties. Bilingual English/Spanish Preferred.


Call Center RN:

Responsible for working as member of LCDF call center providing nursing assessment to patients who are requesting same-day appointments;  also provides education and consultation to patients as appropriate. Must have successfully completed ADN or BSN program from an accredited nursing school and successfully passed the NCLEX nursing exam. Fluent Bilingual English/Spanish.


Call Center Referral Tracking Clerk:

Under the guidance and supervision of call center coordinator position provides clerical support in the Referral tracking program for referral and lab order tracking.  The position supports the daily functions of referrals such as specialty, lab, and other as deemed appropriate. High school diploma or equivalent and at least 3 years of referral trackingA certificate in medical terminology is highly desired.  Experience in Electronic Health Records and Medical Terminology training. Fluent Bilingual English/Spanish.


Call Center Member Service Representative:

The Member Services Specialist responds to large volume of calls regarding patient care needs by scheduling appointments, directing the member to the appropriate level of care, taking messages, and answering general questions. Provides support for daily overall operation of business office as directed while promoting the well-being of all people of S. NM through community health and social services. High school diploma or equivalent and medical office experience in appointment scheduling and extensive public contact work, specifically through telephones preferred, with a minimum of one year in a clerical position.Fluent Bilingual English/Spanish.


Health Information Technology Project Manager:

Health information technology (HIT) project manager coordinates all activities of HIT projects, from readiness assessment and planning to completion of implementation. The HIT project manager will also have responsibility for managing HIT maintenance and ongoing improvement as well as system training and support. Bachelor's Degree in Health Information Technology, Project Management Certification or related experience.

 

Operations Controller

Under the direction of the CFO, manages, supervises, coordinates and analyses the functions of the accounting, billing, and coding departments. Oversees business activities of the organization by implementing proper internal controls and budgets designed to mitigate risks, maintains accounting policies and procedures which are current with laws and regulations, and ensures accurate and timely financial reporting. Coordinates and manages efforts with external parties, such as auditors, monitors, lenders.  Develops financial recommendations for upper management through the use of statistical and financial analyses. Monitors the organization’s charge capture, charge entry, coding, and claim production and denial management in order to ensure a proper and stable cash flow.  Participates in the identification of opportunities to improve processes in the revenue cycle and acts as a catalyst for realizing these improvements.  Master’s Degree in accounting, finance, or business administration with an emphasis in accounting from an accredited college or university, and five years or more experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. CPA license preferred.

 

Medical/Dental Third Party Insurance Assessor

Responsible for daily posting of clinic charges and verification of correct ICD9 & CPT procedures and ensures completeness of claims for billing electronic and/or paper insurance claims to maximize third party insurance revenues fully by Posting of EOB’s Additionally, follow up and tracking procedures must be enacted upon to ensure maximum revenue is collected. High school diploma or GED. Working towards Medical Coder Certification; this must be completed within one year of employment. Minimum of two years of college is required, with a preference for an Associate’s Degree or working towards an Associate’s Degree. 

 

HIT Technician

Responsible for performing data entry and assisting in the collection of consumer data from a variety of sources (patients, patient records, encounter reports, etc.) for the medical, dental health and social service programs.  Provides practice management and EHR training to front office and clinical staff.  Involved in all aspects of POMIS and EHR trainings/meetings/upgrades. High School Diploma or equivalent and two year experience working in similar position. Previous experience in a medical setting a plus.


LAS CRUCES


Nurse Aide/Expanded Hours:

Responsible for providing direct nursing support to the clinic nurse and medical provider by performing general nursing duties within the scope of nursing assistant education /knowledge and under the direction of the licensed nurse. High School Diploma or equivalent; completion of Nurse Aide or Medical Assistant certification program.

Integrated Behavioral Health Provider:

The co-located, collaborative integrated care behavioral health provider is a member of the PCMH health care team who assists the primary care provider (PCP) in managing the overall health of their enrolled population. The BHP’s goals are to help improve recognition, treatment, and management of psychosocial/behavioral problems and conditions in the enrolled primary care Population. The person will provide consultation services to all patients referred by the primary care team. The person in this position will deliver brief, consultation-based services in the primary care clinic to patients and PCP’s using an integrated care model as well as other services as recommended by the team and the PCP owner of care. Masters Degree in social work and 2 years experience in similar setting. State of New Mexico certification in Social Work. Independent Licensed Social Worker credentials in NM or eligible for state reciprocity preferred. LPCC, LPC, LMSW, LMHC welcome to apply. NM driver's license and current auto insurance. Must be bilingual
English/Spanish.


Medical/Dental Patient Representative - Extended Hours:

Responsible for performing front office duties, including greeting & registering patients, and basic clerical duties in overall daily support of clinic functions and staff, while ensuring that the front office environment is respectful and supportive to patients. High School Diploma or equivalent with a minimum of one year’s clerical experience required; Healthcare experience preferred. Need to demonstrate proficiency after training on electronic health records and practice management system.


Insurance Biller:

Performs daily duties of billing electronic and/or paper insurance claims to maximize third party insurance revenues fully by Posting of EOB’s.  Additionally, follow up and tracking procedures must be enacted upon to ensure maximum revenue is collected. High school diploma or equivalent and two years’ experience in similar position.  Previous experience in a medical setting is a plus.

Northern Rover-Nurse Aide:

Responsible for providing  direct nursing support to the clinic nurse and medical provider by performing general nursing duties within the scope of nursing assistant education /knowledge and under the direction of the licensed nurse. High School Diploma or equivalent; completion of Nurse Aide or Medical Assistant certification program. Bilingual English/Spanish


Anthony


Southern Roving RN/LPN:
Responsible for providing direct nursing care to patients by performing general nursing duties and patient education. Acts as  a member of the clinic team along with fellow nursing staff, providers and office staff. Successful completion of LPN, ADN or BSN program from an accredited nursing school. Bilingual English/Spanish

Nurse Aide/Expanded Hours:

Responsible for providing direct nursing support to the clinic nurse and medical provider by performing general nursing duties within the scope of nursing assistant education /knowledge and under the direction of the licensed nurse. High School Diploma or equivalent; completion of Nurse Aide or Medical Assistant certification program.

 

Medical Records Clerk:

Responsible primarily for maintenance of medical records and respective patient information, ensuring confidentiality and safe-guarding, and in compliance with applicable LCDF policies and standards.  Also assists with other front office functions, especially providing effective customer service to patients, at assigned clinic. High School Diploma or equivalent. Bi-lingual English / Spanish


Community Health Worker (Anthony/San Miguel):

Experienced Community Health Worker is to provide comprehensive support services to patients with mental health and addiction problems and their families.  The position includes patient care in a primary care setting and in the community.  This position involves direct contact with people and requires empathy and sensitivity.  The employee is responsible for establishing and maintaining interpersonal relationships with patients and their families. This individual will function in a multidisciplinary team providing care for patients with addiction, social, and psychological needs and will be provided with intensive and on-going training in these areas. Must be trained or willing to be trained in monitoring of vital signs and the use of screening tools.  This team is an innovative care model supported by multiple specialists through Project ECHO.  Minimum requirements: Must be from the community that is being served; High School diploma or GED; 2 years experience in this type of role. Must have valid NM driver’s license and reliable personal transportation.  Strongly preferred: bilingual in English/Spanish or primary language from community served; experience with navigation of local medical and social support systems.


Chaparral 


Family Support Specialists:

Provides a broad range of family support (FSS) services to prenatal and inter-conception women and families with babies ages zero through three.   Services include care coordination, health education, Interconception care/education, outreach, and home visiting.  FSS is responsible for assessing needs, coordinating/monitoring and delivering a broad range of services. High school diploma or equivalent with a minimum of two years experiences in early childhood (Credit may be given for educational degree, i.e., Bachelor's Degree in Social Work or related field from an accredited program), Infant Mental Health Endorsement preferred. Bilingual English/Spanish required. 


Physician:

Board certified/board eligible family practice physician to join our primary care group.  The family practice department is a group of 15 physicians and 8 nurse practitioners providing ambulatory services.  Candidate should be interested in working with the medically underserved and with a multi-disciplinary team. Spanish-speaking a plus. 


Family Nurse Practitioner:

Provides outpatient primary care health services within the scope of practice as allowed by law, regulation, and delineation of privileges. Assigned to one primary site for delivery of care, with cross coverage at other sites when necessary. This includes an emphasis on health maintenance, patient education, the management of stable chronic illnesses, and care of minor acute illnesses. In instances not explicitly covered by LCDF protocols, follows current standards for quality clinical care. Licensed by the New Mexico Board of Nursing to practice. DEA certification and New Mexico Board of Pharmacy certification. Must have current drivers license and current automobile insurance. Bilingual English/Spanish.

 

Dental Assistant
Responsible for assisting Dentist with semi-technical work such as cleaning and arranging instruments and helping with X-rays.  Also performs a variety of routine clerical duties. High School Diploma with six months experience in a dental office and completion of a training course in dental assisting. Current NM X-Ray Certification or must be able to obtain within 6 months of employment.


Sunland Park


PHYSICIAN:

Board certified/board eligible family practice physician to join our primary care group.  The family practice department is a group of 15 physicians and 8 nurse practitioners providing ambulatory services.  Candidate should be interested in working with the medically underserved and with a multi-disciplinary team. Spanish-speaking a plus. 

 

Staff Nurse (LPN/RN):

Responsible for providing direct nursing care to patients by performing general nursing duties and patient education. Acts as  a member of the clinic team along with fellow nursing staff, providers and office staff. Successful completion of LPN, ADN or BSN program from an accredited nursing school

 

 

Medical/Dental PATIENT REPRESENTATIVE:

Responsible for performing front office duties, including greeting & registering patients, and basic clerical duties in overall daily support of clinic functions and staff, while ensuring that the front office environment is respectful and supportive to patients. High School Diploma or equivalent with a minimum of one year’s clerical experience required; Healthcare experience preferred.  Need to demonstrate proficiency after training on electronic health records and practice management system.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           &n