Want to live in a cozy urban neighborhood or a small town surrounded by spectacular natural beauty? Choose from a variety of Western WA historical towns providing an array of outdoor activity for every age and interest.
The majority of Western WA towns offer rural living with easy access to urban areas. A few sites offer you wildlife views from your kitchen window, come and share your life with nature.
Several sites throughout Western WA currently need experienced and new graduates of programs in: Family and Internal Medicine either as Physicians, Physicians Assistants, and Nurse Practitioners.
If you prefer to work with underserved populations in a more urban setting right outside of Seattle – visit HealthPoint @ http://www.healthpointchc.org/. HealthPoint is a nonprofit, consumer governed, Community Health Center network serving the needs of the uninsured and medically underserved populations. They have been practicing full spectrum outpatient family medicine in the suburban area of Seattle for over 40 years. They have an excellent on-boarding program with low-patient volume while you get up to speed, not to mention stable top management and very low turnover.
Nestled on Bellingham Bay at the foot of the Cascade Mountains just a short distance from Seattle, Vancouver BC, and the San Juan Islands, Interfaith Community Health Center is a private, non-profit, federally qualified health center that has been proudly and successfully serving the greater Bellingham area since 1982. Located in the northwest corner of Washington State, they offer comprehensive primary medical, behavioral health, and dental care, along with pharmacy services at three locations in Whatcom County serving a diverse and mostly underserved population of all ages. Employing over 180 caring and compassionate employees, they assure access to high quality, affordable health care for all. View link to get an introduction to Interfaith.
Hiking, fishing, camping, biking, kayaking and more….got your attention? Explore career options with Forks Community Hospital and Clinics. Serving the small town of Forks Washington with 4,500 in population as well as the surrounding area which includes more than 10,000 residents. They are located on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula with amazing beaches and the Olympic National Forest nearby. This area is popular with healthcare professionals who enjoy the outdoors. Forks is one of those small towns where the Friday night football game is the place to be, people drive for miles to attend the "old fashioned fourth of July” and your neighbors are your best friends. If you are interested in learning more about the Forks area or our career opportunities please visit http://forkswa.com/
If you want to make a difference; take a look at Community Health Center of Snohomish County http://www.chcsno.org/. They provide primary medical, dental, pharmacy and other support services to a very diverse community.
The North Olympic Healthcare Network (NOHN)
The North Olympic Healthcare Network (NOHN), a federally-qualified community health center, provides high-quality, full-spectrum Primary Care, Behavioral Health, and Oral Health services to meet the needs of the North Olympic Peninsula.
NOHN provides safe, effective, and patient-centered, continuously measured and improved health care to every patient regardless of age, gender, race, creed, national origin, insurance status or ability to pay.
The facility is located in a beautiful small community nestled between the Olympic National Park and the Ocean. Many recreational activities very close by. There is a small Community College in the area. They are also involved in medical education through the University Of Washington School Of Medicine.
They have immediate needs for Family Medicine with OB providers. Visit http://nohn-pa.org/
Contact us for additional information about employment opportunities; we can work together to connect you with a great community in Western Washington!