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SEEKING EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 

Summary of Opportunity
WeCare Clinic – Medical Care for Special Needs (WeCare Clinic) is seeking an Executive Director to join the WeCare Clinic team.  The Executive Director’s responsibilities include board liaison, fundraising and community engagement, fiscal management and operation, human resources, and facilities management.

 

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in a well-supported, community clinic in a rural landscape.  WeCare Clinic is in Pembroke, Kentucky amongst a large Anabaptist (Amish and Mennonite) community.  Kentucky is the eighth largest state with an Anabaptist population exceeding 12,600.  Pembroke is conveniently located 15 minutes from Hopkinsville, Kentucky, 30 minutes from Clarksville, Tennessee and only 1 hour from Nashville, Tennessee.  Our location offers high-quality of life, a multitude of state and national recreational areas, numerous farmers’ markets, and allows for short commutes to affordable housing and high-quality schools in both rural and suburban communities.

 

About WeCare Clinic

WeCare Clinic is organized as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization to provide diagnostic and out-patient medical care for children and adults with genetic disorders.  WeCare Clinic’s mission is to improve the quality of life for families with genetic disorders through medical care, education, and research.  WeCare Clinic is modeled after other successful genetic medical clinics which are located in Anabaptist communities in Delaware, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. The development of these medical clinics is revolutionizing access to medical services for the traditional Anabaptist community.  Many families in Kentucky will look to WeCare Clinic to help care for their children and adults with metabolic disorders and other inherited conditions.  WeCare Clinic will provide on-going care to this special needs population with staff trained to address the special needs of individuals suffering from genetic disorders and manage the often-complex care.

 

Qualifications

-        Master’s degree in business, health care administration, leadership, nonprofit management or related administrative field.

-        Experience with medical clinics or programs for special needs children is preferred.

-        Ability to lead crucial conversations and develop and implement strategies and plans.

-        Ability to assume independent responsibility, take initiative and manage numerous responsibilities simultaneously with energy and passion.

-        Demonstrated experience and success in fundraising, along with direct solicitation of individual and institutional monies and leading fundraising initiatives.

-        Proven ability to communicate, advocate and collaborate with many different constituencies such as the Board of Directors, the local community, medical organizations, business leaders, government agencies, volunteers and funders.

-        Financial planning and tracking skills including the ability to prepare and manage a budget and communicate financial concerns and proposed solutions to the Board of Directors.

-        Experience hiring and managing professional staff and directing employee benefit programs.

-        Experience in managing physical plant operations including the bidding and negotiation processes for construction projects.

-        Excellent interpersonal skills, communication and public speaking skills.

-        Proficient in Microsoft Office suite including Word, Excel and Outlook; familiarity with database management.

 

Benefits

-        Opportunity to serve families with special health needs

-        Full-time, primarily a Monday – Friday schedule

-        Competitive salary

-        403b retirement package

-        Insurance benefits

-        Paid time off

-        Paid holidays

 

To Apply

If you have a heart to serve others and the desire to help serve families with special health needs, please send a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references to:

 mhunt@wecareforspecialneeds.org



SEEKING MEDICAL DIRECTOR/PHYSICIAN

Summary of Opportunity
WeCare Clinic – Medical Care for Special Needs (WeCare Clinic) is seeking a Medical Director/Physician to join our practice.  The Medical Director/Physician’s responsibilities include management of quality of care, delivery of medical care, community outreach/research, and administration.

 

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to practice highly-personalized medicine in a well-supported, community clinic in a rural landscape.  WeCare Clinic is in Pembroke, Kentucky amongst a large Anabaptist (Amish and Mennonite) community.  Kentucky is the eighth largest state with an Anabaptist population exceeding 12,600.  Pembroke is conveniently located 15 minutes from Hopkinsville, Kentucky, 30 minutes from Clarksville, Tennessee and only 1 hour from Nashville, Tennessee.  Our location offers high-quality of life, a multitude of state and national recreational areas, numerous farmers’ markets, and allows for short commutes to affordable housing and high-quality schools in both rural and suburban communities.

 

About WeCare Clinic

WeCare Clinic is organized as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization to provide diagnostic and out-patient medical care for children and adults with genetic disorders.  WeCare Clinic’s mission is to improve the quality of life for families with genetic disorders through medical care, education, and research.  WeCare Clinic is modeled after other successful genetic medical clinics which are located in Anabaptist communities in Delaware, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. The development of these medical clinics is revolutionizing access to medical services for the traditional Anabaptist community.  Many families in Kentucky will look to WeCare Clinic to help care for their children and adults with metabolic disorders and other inherited conditions.  WeCare Clinic will provide on-going care to this special needs population with staff trained to address the special needs of individuals suffering from genetic disorders and manage the often-complex care.

 

Qualifications

-        MD/DO and licensed as physician in the state of Kentucky

-        Board certified in family medicine or med-peds

-        Interest in biochemical/community genetics is preferred

-        Experience in serving patients in rural, underserved settings including, but not limited, to Anabaptist families is preferred

-        Demonstrated commitment to providing compassionate, culturally sensitive, cost-effective care

-        Experience using Electronic Health Record/Electronic Medical Record

-        Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with diverse audiences

-        Administrative or supervisory experience is preferred

-        Occasional travel is required

 

Benefits

-        Opportunity to serve families with special health needs

-        Full-time, primarily daytime out-patient care

-        High quality work-life balance

-        Competitive salary

-        403b retirement package

-        Insurance benefits

-        Paid time off

-        Paid holidays

 

To Apply

If you have a heart to serve others and the desire to help serve families with special health needs, please send a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references to:

 

mhunt@wecareforspecialneeds.org

 



FNP-C (will accept new grad)

BLOUNT RURAL HEALTH CENTER

Blount Rural Health Center, independent, non-profit Certified Rural Clinic has an immediate opening for a FNP-C. We are a National Health Service Corp site, making candidate eligible to apply for student loan repayment.

FNP’s in this clinic are supported by RN’s, CMA’s and phlebotomist, with a full time MD on staff.

We offer health, dental and vision insurance, paid liability insurance, three weeks paid vacation, plus personal time off, cover the cost of all licensure and up to $1000 CME expense per year.

Must be licensed in state of KY.

For more information please call Anita Jo Powell, RN, CRHCP, at 270-265-5600 or email resume to anitapowell@Blountrhc.org









































































































































































































































































































































































HYSICAL THERAPIST

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES include:  organizes and conducts medically prescribed physical therapy programs to restore function and prevent disability following disease or injury; helps patient reach maximum performance and learn to function within the limits of his/her capabilities.  Understands and provides age appropriate care for patients.  Provides other duties as described in the Physical Therapist job description.  Flexible hours. 

Must be a graduate of an Accredited Physical Therapy program and have a current KY license to practice physical therapy.   Should be able to lift, sit, stand, stoop, and walk without restriction.

FULL TIME benefits include health, dental, vision, PTO, hospital paid life insurance, EAP, and 401k. 

Livingston Hospital and Healthcare Services is a not for profit Critical Access Hospital located in Salem, Kentucky.  Physical Therapy services are provided to inpatients, outpatients, observation and swing bed patients with a variety of diagnoses.  Ages range from infancy to geriatrics.  Other hospital services include:  Level 4 Trauma Center; Emergency Room; Community Wellness and Nutritional Services; CT; Digital Mammography; MRI; Rehabilitation Services; Respiratory Services; General Surgery; Senior Care Behavioral Health


   


                                      

                         


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