Do you enjoy caring for others? Want to make a TRUE difference in your community? If yes, then join our team as we care for our Seacoast neighbors. We use a team approach in treating each client as a WHOLE PERSON, leaning upon each other’s resources and specilties to provide high quality care.
Current Job Openings
Certification in medical assisting and one year of experience in a medical setting using an electronic medical records system are required. Ability to be an effective member of the primary care team, strong organizational skills, and attention to detail are also needed. This position is full time (30 to 40 hours per week), with benefits. Evening availability and the ability to travel are required. Pay is $13 to $15 per hour. View job description.
Family Nurse Practitioner (per diem)
As a community health center, Families First provides a very comprehensive array of medical and social services. The Nurse Practitioner will work as a team with physicians, other family nurse practitioners, primary care nurses, a behavioral health specialist, care coordinators, a nutritionist, an infant development specialist, home visitors and a substance abuse counselor. In addition to working in our Health Center, the Nurse Practitioner will also work in our mobile health care program, which is provided on mobile vans throughout the Seacoast and primarily serves people experiencing homelessness. Families First has fully implemented the Centricity Physician Office Electronic Medical Record (formerly Logician), for all patient visits and disease management programs. The practice recognized by the NCQA as a Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home. The site is eligible for state or federal loan repayment.
Requirements: At least two years’ experience in family medicine, including pediatric care, and NH license and ARNP certification is required. The ideal candidate will have strong communication, teaching and problem solving skills and be well-organized, flexible and able to work independently and in collaboration with others. He or she must have an understanding of and compassion for patients who face multiple physical, psychological and social problems.
We are seeking a dentist to join our caring, devoted team of dental professionals — dental assistants and hygienists — who provide excellent care to our patients. Families First uses an integrated electronic medical/dental record, which makes all patient health records available to the dental practice with the push of a button. We have three fully equipped operatories, a laboratory, and state of the art equipment such as panoramic, digital x-ray equipment and an inter-oral camera. Several dentists from the community volunteer at the center and offer support and guidance when needed. The practice currently has approximately 1,800 patients, most of whom are uninsured adults, or children who receive Medicaid benefits. The quality of patient care we provide, especially our ability to manage diseases in high-risk populations, is greatly enhanced by the integration of oral health with primary care.
The position is part time, including Fridays and Saturday mornings. Competitive salary.
How to Apply
To apply for any of the jobs listed above, please email an application (found below), cover letter and resume to our HR Director.
Families First staff are very dedicated, compassionate and non-judgmental, and are a fun group of people. I love the variety of things I get to do in my job. And it’s wonderful to be able to offer things that are really needed, good and necessary services offered to people for the betterment of the whole community.
– Hilary O’Neil, Outreach and Family Center Coordinator (since 2007)
I have great communication with my supervisor. And I get to help patients. Many patients are surprised when they come here that we really are here to help them. It makes you feel good. Staff are great to work with; we are like a family. We’re very busy, so the day goes by quickly. My ideas are heard and sometimes implemented. We all try to work as a team.
– Cheryl Mosley, Front Office Coordinator (since 2004)
I love that I get to spend as much time as a patient needs, as often as they need, to help them understand and cope with their diabetes. I love my colleagues, who inspire me to do the best I can for every patient, without judgment. I love that we look at a patient’s insurance status only to figure out how to help them, not to determine whether we will help them.
– Mary Malloy, RN, Primary Care Nurse and Certified Diabetes Educator (since 2008)