Current Job Openings

Health Benefits Advisor (HBA)

The HBA assists patients obtain medical insurance coverage or assistance for health coverage.  The HBA provides follow-up to determine and ensure enrollment within the health center and during outreach services.  Two to four years college, post-high school training required.  BS/BA preferred.  Two to four years of experience in human services or healthcare role required. Demonstrated knowledge of current health care reform regulations and processes, including experience with Virtual Gateway strongly preferred.  Familiarity with managed care plans preferred.  Position requires strong customer service and prioritization skills.  Required:  Bilingual in English and one of the languages to serve the patient population. Demonstrated clerical and computer skills required.  Must have adequate reading and writing skills in both languages.



Medical Assistant – Care Management

Under the supervision of a Registered Nurse, the Medical Assistant will participate in a multidisciplinary approach to meet medical/health education needs of patients.  The Medical Assistant will facilitate access, provide direct clinical service, and case management for patients by performing tasks specific to chronic diseases.  This position is also responsible for performing “in-reach” and outreach activities that identify patients eligible for care management services.  The Medical Assistant will cross train for a number of health care needs for patients.   Must have high school diploma/GED and additional training as a Medical Assistant is also required.  Minimum of two years previous experience in primary health care or other health care setting required.  Experience working with chronic care issues is preferred.  Demonstrated computer skills and experience required.  Certification as Medical Assistant, Community Health Worker, Medical Interpreter, or Patient Navigator preferred.  Current BLS/CPR required.



RN Clinical Care Manager for Chronic Disease Management for High Risk Patients

The Nurse Case Manager provides direct and indirect nursing care in a family practice setting including: triage, health maintenance teaching, and administration of vaccines/medication.  The RN Clinical Care Manager will provide support to medical providers in the management of chronic disease.  As a member of the Care Management Team, the RN Care Manager will collaborate and communicate with other nursing professionals, medical assistants, and medical providers to ensure high quality patient care and improvement of clinical outcomes and compliance for patients being served.  The position requires completion an accredited RN program; BSN strongly preferred.  Preferred candidate will have two years of experience in nursing role in an ambulatory care setting; primary care and or case management of chronic health conditions preferred.  Demonstrated knowledge and skill in chronic care management preferred.   Must have current MA licensure for RN.  BLS required.



RN Case Manager for Controlled Substances (RN)

The Nurse Case Manager provides direct and indirect nursing care in a family practice setting including: triage, health maintenance teaching, and administration of vaccines/medication.  The Nurse Case Manager will provide support to medical providers in the management of prescriptions of controlled substance medications. 

As a member of the Controlled Substances Team, the Nurse Case Manager will collaborate and communicate with other nursing professionals, medical assistants, and medical providers to ensure high quality patient care and improvement of clinical outcomes and compliance for patients being served.   The position requires completion an accredited LPN or RN program, as applicable.  Preferred candidate will have two years of experience in nursing role in an ambulatory care setting; primary care and or controlled substances safe prescribing preferred.  Demonstrated knowledge and skill in chronic care/pain management preferred.   Must have current MA licensure for LPN or RN.  BLS required.



RN or LPN – Primary Care

The Primary Care Nurse provides direct and indirect nursing care in a family practice setting.  The Nurse will participate in all aspects of care to patients including triage, health maintenance teaching, and administration of vaccines/medication.  The Nurse will also collaborate and communicate with other nursing professionals, medical assistants, and medical providers to ensure high quality patient care.  The Nurse will provide support to medical providers, as needed in the management of prescriptions and controlled substance prescriptions.  Graduate of Accredited nursing program required.  Preferred candidate will have two years of experience in nursing role in an ambulatory care setting.  Current MA licensure as LPN or RN, as appropriate.  Current BLS required.



Bilingual Medical Assistant, Primary Care and HEP-C

Under the supervision of an RN/LPN, the Bilingual Medical Assistant, Level I provides direct clinical service to patients by performing basic patient care tasks and is responsible for providing medical interpretation for FHCW health professionals during medical visits; completes unit clerk responsibilities as assigned.  High School diploma or GED required.  Must be graduate of an accredited Medical Assistant program.  Previous experience in primary care or other health care setting preferred.      BLS required.  Computer proficiency required.  Preferred candidate will be bilingual in English and another language based on the current patient population served at FHCW and to support the needs of the program. Must have adequate reading/writing skills, including medical terminology, in both languages.



Coordinator of Advocate/Case Managers – Primary Care

The Coordinator will plan, direct, and oversee the services provided by the team.  This includes day to day case management, advocacy, education, and support services to patients being served.  The Coordinator will provide direct care and case management for patients.  The Coordinator works cooperatively with grant-funded programs on the implementation and management of program outcomes and services.  The Coordinator ensures compliance with and timeliness of reporting requirements, data collection, and other funding requirements.  The Coordinator will interview, train, and coach advocate/case managers.  The Coordinator also participates with other departments to manage the overall delivery of social services to clients.  Associates degree in a related field required; BSW strongly preferred. A combination of high school diploma/GED with seven years of direct program service experience may be substituted for the Associates degree.  Two to four years of experience with healthcare or social service program management, supervision, and/or direct patient care.  Knowledge and experience in working with mental health and/or substance abuse preferred.  Must have strong working knowledge of Worcester area community resources.  Must be bilingual in English and a language needed by health center population.



Dental Assistant or Certified Dental Assistant

Under supervision of a dentist, the dental assistant assists the dentist in provision of dental procedures including, but not limited to, receiving and preparing the patient, charting dental records, updating medical and dental histories, assisting in maintaining dental records, sterilizing all dental instruments including hand pieces, and disinfecting of operatories according to established guidelines and after treating each patient.  The dental assistant is scheduled to be chair-side with the dentist in the practice, therefore the position requires flexible work hours according to the needs of the department.  High school diploma or GED required. Training certification as a Dental Assistant preferred.   One year relevant experience preferred.  Must hold current MA licensure to practice as a Dental Assistant. Must have current BLS certification. Certification in Radiology is required upon hire.



Registered Dental Hygienist

Under the supervision of a dentist and in accordance with the regulations of the Mass. Board of Registration in Dentistry, the Registered Dental Hygienist will provide services related to oral hygiene including, but not limited to, preliminary examination and charting, reviewing medical history, prophylaxis, scaling, taking and developing radiographs, fluoride treatments, sealants, oral hygiene instruction, and maintaining necessary supplies and equipment.  Graduate of accredited School of Dental Hygiene required. One to three years’ experience in community dental setting required.  Excellent customer service; demonstrated ability to help patients feel comfortable. Preferred candidate will have experience with all ages.  Must have current licensed to practice as a Registered Dental Hygienist in Massachusetts.  Position requires current BLS.



Bilingual Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) (2 positions open)

Must be Bilingual: English/Spanish


The LICSW will provide clinical assessments & counseling to FHCW clients.   The LICSW will work collaboratively with other clinicians to continually assess the needs and expectations of clients.  The LICSW will identify and address client needs and expectations.  The LICSW will engage in, and support, service levels of the team.   The LICSW will also work with primary care medical providers to collaboratively address client/patient care and to support optimal medical and behavioral health.   Master’s degree in social work, psychology, or counseling required.  Two or more years of post-graduate clinical experience working with individuals, children, and families required.  Candidate must possess current LICSW.



Behavioral Health Clinician – School Based Health Centers (Middle School - Worcester Public Schools)

Performs a variety of duties as a member of the FHCW, School Based Health Center (SBHC) team including school-wide mental health prevention and promotion, early intervention, and clinical assessment and treatment services to children in an urban middle school setting.  Master’s degree in social work, psychology, or counseling required.  Two to four years direct patient care and managed care experience preferred; public sector experience may be applicable.  Demonstrated knowledge in the understanding of common objectives of school staff and behavioral health providers strongly preferred.  Experience working with schools and/or community organizations to develop and implement strategies to foster school environment and retention of students.  Experience working with children and adolescents required. Candidate must be eligible for and actively working towards obtaining an LICSW or LMHC.



Grants Manager/Grant Writer (part-time, 20 hours)

The Grants Manager/Grant Writer will identify and obtain grant funding; manage interdisciplinary teams to develop proposals; lead grant writing; assure compliance with grant reporting requirements, and coordinate systems to track and report on grant activity.  The Grants Manager/Grant Writer will also assist with fundraising events, marketing efforts, and foundation relations, as a member of the Development Team. MPH, Masters in Business Communications, or closely related field preferred.   Bachelors with 5 years relevant experience may be substituted for Master’s requirement. Minimum of 3 years grant writing experience, project management and/or grant review experience required.



Nurse Practitioner – Worcester

School-Based Health Nurse Practitioner

This position will work with middle school students


The School Based Health Nurse Practitioner provides comprehensive, cost effective health care to children and adolescents in a school setting which includes assessment, diagnosis, and treatment according to the standards of advanced nursing practice. The SBHC Nurse Practitioner participates in a team-oriented health care system and acts as a liaison between the health center and the school system.  Graduate of an ANA accredited Nurse Practitioner program.  Master’s Degree in Nursing required.

Minimum of two years of relevant experience with children and adolescents as a Nurse Practitioner with demonstrated ability to work independently.  Must have demonstrated experience with EMR.  Current licensure by Massachusetts Board of Nursing; FNP or PNP required.

Current DEA/Mass Control Substance license for prescriptive authority.  BLS required.



Dentists – Worcester & Southbridge 

Staff Dentist – General Dentistry (full or part-time positions available)

Our patients tell us that our Dentists and the entire Dental Team are wonderfully skilled and caring! 

As a Dental Residency (AEGD) site, must be fully licensed to practice dentistry; not accepting Limited License Dentists at this time. 

The Staff Dentist provides direct delivery of dental care, maintains and documents dental records, assists in providing follow-up care, assists in maintaining and ordering supplies and equipment.   Doctorate in General Family Dentistry from a U.S. accredited Dental School.  Two to three years of experience in community dentistry preferred. Must be fully licensed in Massachusetts to practice dentistry without limitations.  Position also requires current BLS.

Qualified candidates will be considered for Faculty appointment with NYU Lutheran AEGD Program

Pediatric Dentist (full or part-time position available)

Would you like to join our team to provide the community with pediatric dental services?  Are you interested in school-based prevention and restorative services?   The Pediatric Dentist must be licensed DDS or DMD in Massachusetts.  Three years of experience preferred.  Must have experience with restorative and prosthetic care to children.  Services are provided with caring support and behavioral management skills required in our “no sedation-no nitrous” environment.  Interest in developing a community-centered practice.  Opportunity to integrate care with medical team.  Qualified candidates will be considered for Faculty appointment with NYU Lutheran AEGD Program



Primary Care Physicians and Urgent Care Physicians - Worcester



Medical Director for Walk-In Center & Urgent Care (Physician)

The Medical Director for the Walk-In Center will oversee the daily operations of the Walk-In Center and the Bridge Clinic including the quality of patient care services.  The key duties and responsibilities include provider staffing and performance, maintaining effective relationships with and support of primary care teams and specialty care services, quality of care programs, policies and procedures, and strategic planning.  The Medical Director will provide patient care services and will supervise physicians and advanced practice clinicians working in the Walk-In Center.  The Medical Director will also ensure appropriate supervision/precepting of medical residents, medical students as assigned in the Walk-In Center.

Staff Physician; Family Practice – Walk-In Center/Urgent Care Physicians

The Staff Physician provides primary care and urgent care to patients.  Patients are provided with care and follow-up not commonly part of urgent care practices.    Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy degree is required.  Three-year Residency in Family Practice required.  Board Eligible/Board Certified.  Current licensure by MA Board required. Current DEA/MA licenses for prescriptive authority required.  Current BLS required. Requires evenings, some holidays, and Saturdays on a rotating basis.



Family Practice Physicians Family Practice Physician (no OB)

The Physician provides comprehensive and continuous primary care to a panel of patients.  Physicians are leaders in the organization and are involved in performance improvement, quality assurance, and in-service training.  Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy degree is required.  Three year Residency in Family Practice required.  Board Eligible/Board Certified.  Current licensure by MA Board required. Current DEA/MA licenses for prescriptive authority required.  Current BLS required.



Family Practice Physicians Family Practice Physician (with OB)

The Physician provides comprehensive and continuous primary care to a panel of patients.   Family Practice with OB will provide care of patients for labor & delivery.  Teaching and Faculty Appointment are part of this role.  Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy degree is required.  Three-year Residency in Family Practice or other Primary Care Specialty such as Internal Medicine required.  Board Eligible/Board Certified.  Current licensure by MA Board required. Current DEA/MA licenses for prescriptive authority required.  Current BLS required.