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Spokane

State Abbreviation

WA

Unify Community Health, Mission Avenue

Accepting new patients

Unify Community Health on Mission Avenue is located near a residential area in central Spokane, the second-largest city in Washington state.

The modern clinic is fully equipped to serve people of all ages. A sliding fee scale is available for patients without insurance coverage. The friendly and helpful staff is sincerely concerned about people's health and works with them to assure that their care is affordable.

An on-site pharmacy and medical laboratory make your care as convenient as possible.

Registered Nurse (on-Call)

Are you a new RN grad or experienced professional looking to make a positive difference in the community?  Do you want to use your nursing skills in a team-based environment working with underserved and at-risk patients? Do you want to gain experience caring for patients with diverse and complex health issues and work at the top of your license? If you answered Yes to these questions, then we have a great opportunity for you!

What we’re looking for:

Clinical Support Specialist

Enters information, compiles data, and supports the clinical care team under the patient care home health model and in accordance with established policies and procedures. Acts as a backup to other departments as requested.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Dental Assistant

Are you looking for a great place to build your dental assisting career, work with a friendly team that appreciates your contributions, and be rewarded with a generous benefit package? Do you like working with patients of all ages? Then, apply today to join our dental team at Unify Community Health located in the Northeast Community Center!

What you'll do:

Dental Assistant

The person in this position assists the dental provider at chair side. In addition to this, the Dental Assistant is responsible for monitoring the dental department to ensure that it is stocked, clean and that the equipment is properly sterilized and is in good working order. Greets patients and prepare for treatment. Provides back-up support at dental office to greet and register patients, answer phones, and filing on occasion.

Qualifications:

Dental Receptionist

Do you like working with people of all ages? Do you want to work with a friendly team where your contributions are valued? Are you passionate about helping others have a positive experience at their dental visits? If you answered 'yes' then apply today to be a part of our team at Unify Community Health, located in the Northeast Community Center!

 

What you'll do:

Referral Specialist

Full spectrum coordination and scheduling of patient referrals to internal and external agencies including follow-up to ensure that referral appointments were kept and reports are received in order to ensure “closing the loop” for 100% of the referrals.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Primary Care Behavioral Health Consultant

Are you a mental health provider with a real passion for working in a Primary Care setting? Do you have a desire to help an underserved population get the support they deserve? Does living in the breathtaking Pacific Northwest sound like the perfect place to start or continue your mental health practice? If you answered Yes to these questions, then we have a fantastic opportunity for you in our Spokane, WA clinic!

* We also have openings at our clinics in Walla Walla and Yakima, WA, as well as Salem, OR! *

What you'll do:

Pharmacy Manager

RELOCATION OPPORTUNITY.  Are you an experienced pharmacy manager who wants to work in the Spokane area?  Are you passionate about using your professional expertise to improve the lives of patients? Do you want to work with an organization that is committed to promoting work-life balance?  Then, we invite you to apply to join our friendly pharmacy team at Unify Community Health on Mission Avenue.

What you'll do:

Medical Assistant - Certified

Being a Medical Assistant at Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic means using your skills and experience to make a difference in the lives of people in your community. As a Medical Assistant, you will work with a team of skilled physicians, nurses, and other healthcare professionals to provide direct, compassionate, quality care to our patients.