Career Opportunities

Community Health and Dental Care (CHDC) is a non-profit community health center located in Pottstown, PA. We provide the highest quality health and dental care for our patients by utilizing the latest standards and most advanced technology in a professional atmosphere.

We offer our employees an excellent benefits package, including competitive salary, comprehensive medical/dental, 401(k) with a company match, long term and short term disability, and a highly supportive work environment! CHDC is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse workforce. M/F/D/V

Salary and Benefits:
Salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience.

Application Process:
To apply, send resume and cover letter with salary requirements to HR@ch-dc.org. Only resumes with salary requirements will be considered. No phone calls please.

We currently have the following positions available:

Physician

The Physician is responsible for coordination & quality assurance of clinical programmatic & operational activities including diagnosis & treatment of illness, & patient education under medical protocols. The Physician provides professional medical services to complement the delivery of primary health care services; provides clinical leadership and supervision of midlevel providers and medical support staff. Works closely with the Chief Medical Officer and the Chief Operations Officer. Download Application

Education

  • Medical Doctor or Doctor of Osteopathy degree required.
  • Current State of Pennsylvania MD or DO licensure required.
  • Current DEA certificate required.
  • Board Certification in Specialty preferred.

Experience

  • Previous medical office experience preferred.
  • CPR, and all applicable certifications required (must be obtained within 90 days of employment).
  • Understands ethics of confidentiality.
  • Previous computer experience or training preferred.
  • Successful candidate must submit to TB testing and any vaccinations recommended by OSHA Guidelines.

Dentist

The Dentist provides and directs preventative and restorative procedures in accordance with dental standards of care and PA license guidelines including but not limited to interviews and examines of scheduled patients.  The dentist renders professional dental services to the patient population of Community Health and Dental Care, Inc.
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Education

  • Graduate of an approved dental school.
  • Possess current license to practice dentistry in the State of Pennsylvania.

Experience

  • Minimum 1 to 3 years’ experience as a practicing dentist preferred.
  • Excellent interpersonal and oral and written communication skills are required.

Certified Medical Assistant (PCMH)

The Medical Assistant (MA) is responsible for performing a variety of duties working collaboratively with the medical provider and care coordinators/site coordinator. The MA is involved in both the clinical and clerical duties of the practice in order to deliver optimal patient care services within the scope of the medical assistant’s professional expertise. The MA may provide care which is considered routine, poses little potential hazard for the patient, involve little or no modification from one client-care situation to another, be performed with a predictable outcome, or does not inherently involve ongoing assessments, interpretations, or decision-making, which could not be logically separated from the procedure itself. The MA must be certified by the AAMA and recertify every 5 years. Download Application

Education

  • Medical Assistant certification from accredited school.
  • Knowledge of medical terminology.
  • Certification from formal training program required.
  • Computer experience required, EMR preferred, NextGen Preferred.
  • CPR certification required.
  • Certification by the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) required.

Experience

  • One to two years physician office experience preferred.

Community Based Care Manager

Community Health and Dental Care is seeking a full-time Community Based Care Manager for a new Center of Excellence program that will be primarily focused on outreach in the community to engage individuals abusing opioids and to address their addiction, physical health, mental health and social needs from holistic perspective. Download Application

Position requirements:

  • Licensed Master Level Clinician preferred.  Masters or Bachelors level with 2 years case management experience considered.
  • Case Management experience a plus
  • Knowledge of addictions, specifically MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment)
  • Ability to navigate multiple systems and be able to multitask
  • Experience with clinical assessments and level of care evaluations
  • Must have valid driver’s license in good standing and reliable transportation
  • Current PA child abuse clearance, PA state Criminal

Specific Duties:

  • Identify, establish and maintain relationships with prospective community referral sources
  • Provide ongoing education and consultation to community partners
  • Make initial contact with individuals in the community where they present
  • Conduct on site assessments and level of care evaluations
  • Facilitate initiation into opiate use disorder (OUD) treatment
  • Create an individualized support plan for each person assessed
  • Regularly and directly communicate with the individuals direct care team
  • Motivate and encourage individuals with OUD to stay engaged in both physical health and behavioral health treatment
  • Assess and support individuals to address psychosocial needs and to reestablish family community relationships
  • Collaborate with Administrative staff regarding required outcome data

Certified Recovery Specialists (CRS)

Community Health and Dental Care is seeking a full-time Certified Recovery Specialist for a new Center of Excellence program that will be primarily focused on outreach in the community to engage individuals abusing opioids and to address their addiction, physical health, mental health and social needs from holistic perspective. Download Application

Position requirements:

  • High School Diploma or equivalency
  • Must have passed approved Certified Recovery Specialist training
  • Valid driver’s license in good standing and reliable transportation

Specific duties will include providing:

  • Promote principles of recovery with participants and community providers.
  • Engage individuals who are using opioids in a trusting and supportive relationship, providing emotional support within professional boundaries.
  • Assist in identifying or reconnecting to natural supports including but not limited to peer recovery supports and self-help groups in the community.
  • Assist in scheduling appointments and supporting the individual in the engagement process of the identified appropriate level of care for behavioral health, physical health, addiction needs.
  • Assist in accessing and navigating the mental health, drug and alcohol, criminal justice and physical health systems.

LPN Care Liasion

Community Health and Dental Care is seeking a full-time Licensed Practical Nurse for a new Center of Excellence program that will be primarily focused on outreach in the community to engage individuals abusing opioids and to address their addiction, physical health, mental health and social needs from holistic perspective. Download Application

Position requirements:

  • Full unrestricted LPN license in the State of Pennsylvania.
  • Experience in the field of addiction, specifically MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment)
  • Valid driver’s license in good standing and reliable transportation
  • Ability to work as an interdisciplinary team member

Specific Duties:

  • Serve as a liaison between patient’s medical and specialist office
  • Work as part of an interdisciplinary team to ensure community members with an opioid use disorder are receiving appropriate medical services
  • Assess and monitor healthcare needs
  • Assist in coordinating care for the specific medical needs of the patients including pain management
  • Tracking referrals and progress with treatment
  • Work closely with the insurance companies and Managed Care Organizations to ensure the needs of the patients are being met
  • Assist with general health and wellness education for those with addiction to opioids

Lead Medical Assistant

The Lead Medical Assistant (MA) is responsible for performing a variety of duties working collaboratively with the medical provider and care coordinators/site coordinator. The Lead MA is involved in both the clinical and clerical duties of the practice in order to deliver optimal patient care services within the scope of the medical assistant’s professional expertise. The Lead MA is responsible for oversight of MA support staff and workflow related office operations. The Lead MA may provide care which is considered routine, poses little potential hazard for the patient, involve little or no modification from one client-care situation to another, be performed with a predictable outcome, or does not inherently involve ongoing assessments, interpretations, or decision-making, which could not be logically separated from the procedure itself. The Lead MA must be certified by the AAMA and re-certify every 5 years. Download Application

Position requirements:

  • Participate in pre-visit planning activities
  • Prepare exam rooms and patient for examination, treatment/procedures and assist provider
  • Perform patient care procedures keeping in mind the age specific needs of the patient
  • Prepare and administer medications and immunizations, under physician supervision
  • Document data collected during the patient care process via electronic or paper medical record
  • Collect and process specimens for laboratory testing and completes appropriate paperwork or electronic documentation necessary
  • Order diagnostic studies per physician request and follow up with patient’s results via proper
    protocol or standing order
  • Keep inventory and process sample medications, prescriptions and refills, as directed by the physician
  • Maintain the dignity and confidentiality of the patient
  • Documentation accurately reflects the patient care given
  • Maintain patient registries as needed
  • Recognize and respond appropriately to emergency situations
  • Coordinate patient flow
  • Act as a clinical preceptor
  • Perform tasks as delegated by Provider in a timely manner
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Education:    

  • Medical Assistant certification from accredited school
  • Knowledge of medical terminology
  • Certification from formal training program required
  • Computer experience required, EMR preferred, NextGen Preferred
  • CPR certification required
  • Certification by the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) required

Experience:  

  • Three or more years physician office experience preferred
  • Minimum one year medical office management experience required

Revenue Enhancement Coordinator

The R.E.C. reviews pay for performance programs(pfp) available from the insurance companies and evaluates which programs CHDC will participate in.  The position trains Providers in program aspects and specifics to ensure CHDC’s compliance with the programs.  The major focus of the position is to suggest which programs will be the most advantageous for CHDC to enhance revenue.  In addition to regular duties which also include Meaningful Use and Credentialing, the R.E.C. will be assigned special projects as necessary. Download Application

Position Responsibilities:

  • Produces monthly and quarterly reports to track revenue generated from Pay For Performance (PFP).
  • Presents reports and target info at CHDC meetings.
  • Works with Providers and billing on coding issues related to PFP such as vaccines and other monitored programs.
  • Participates in PACHC and NACHC PFP work groups/information sessions.
  • Works with all departments to develop and maintain systems to collect and analyze patient and service related data such as UDS and all other required reports.
  • Leads staff and Providers in identifying, prioritizing, and developing action plans to respond to emerging populations and service needs.
  • Continually follow up and work with staff to verify and ensure the process is being completed, efficiently and effectively, making revisions as needed.
  • Attends and represents CHDC at conferences, meetings and events, gathering relevant information as it pertains to PFP programs.
  • Supervises Care Manager and Clerical MA.
  • Provides support to direct patient care efforts as needed.
  • Completes other duties as requested and/or assigned.

Lead Medical Assistant

The Lead Medical Assistant (MA) is responsible for performing a variety of duties working collaboratively with the medical provider and care coordinators/site coordinator. The Lead MA is involved in both the clinical and clerical duties of the practice in order to deliver optimal patient care services within the scope of the medical assistant’s professional expertise. The Lead MA is responsible for oversight of MA support staff and workflow related office operations. The Lead MA may provide care which is considered routine, poses little potential hazard for the patient, involve little or no modification from one client-care situation to another, be performed with a predictable outcome, or does not inherently involve ongoing assessments, interpretations, or decision-making, which could not be logically separated from the procedure itself. The Lead MA must be certified by the AAMA and recertify every 5 years. Download Application

Position requirements:

  • Medical Assistant certification from accredited school
  • Knowledge of medical terminology
  • Certification from formal training program required
  • Computer experience required, EMR preferred, NextGen Preferred
  • CPR certification required
  • Certification by the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) required
  • Three or more years physician office experience preferred
  • Minimum one year medical office management experience required

Specific Duties:

  • Participate in morning team huddles
  • Participate in pre-visit planning activities
  • Prepare exam rooms and patient for examination, treatment/procedures and assist provider
  • Perform patient care procedures keeping in mind the age specific needs of the patient
  • Prepare and administer medications and immunizations, under physician supervision
  • Document data collected during the patient care process via electronic or paper medical record
  • Collect and process specimens for laboratory testing and completes appropriate paperwork or electronic documentation necessary
  • Order diagnostic studies per physician request and follow up with patient’s results via proper
    protocol or standing order
  • Keep inventory and process sample medications, prescriptions and refills, as directed by the physician
  • Maintain the dignity and confidentiality of the patient
  • Documentation accurately reflects the patient care given
  • Maintain patient registries as needed
  • Recognize and respond appropriately to emergency situations
  • Coordinate patient flow

Employment Application

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Benefits include: Medical, Dental, Life Insurance, STD/LTD program paid 100% for employee and a matching 401K program.

CHDC retains all resumes for up to three months and are reviewed for qualifications as positions become open. Resumes may be submitted in the following manner:

Email:

HR@ch-dc.org (preferred)

Fax:

484-941-5080

No phone calls please