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Healthy Connections is always looking for enthusiastic, caring people to join our team! If you are interested in a career at Healthy Connections, please review our job listings and scroll to the bottom of the page to upload or email your letter of interest and resume to apply@healthy-connections.org. No phone calls please.

Full-Time or Part Time Medical Doctor: Mena & Hot Springs Clinics
Healthy Connections, Inc. (HCI) is seeking applicants for this position at our Mena and Hot Springs Clinic. Some of the duties would include primary and preventive direct patient care; charting through an EMR system; basic case management of patient population with the assistance of an LPN; provide follow-up care of patients, referrals and laboratory results; create care plans for complex patients; work as a member of the medical health team; participate in quality control peer chart review and all other quality control measures per HCI’s Quality Assurance Plan; and other duties as assigned.

Psychiatric & Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist: Mena Clinic
Full time Nurse Practitioner (APN or FNP) at our Mena Clinic – Healthy Connections, Inc. (HCI) is seeking applicants for this position at the Mena, Arkansas clinic. Some of the duties of the APN or FNP would include psychiatric and mental health patient care; charting through an EMR system; basic case management of patient population; prescriptive authority; provide follow-up care of patients, referrals and laboratory results; create care plans for complex patients; work as a member of a complete health team; all other quality control measures per HCI’s Quality Assurance Plan; and other duties as assigned.

Full-Time Dentist: Mena, Mt. Ida & Hot Springs Clinic
Healthy Connections, Inc (HCI), is seeking a Dentist for our clinic in Hot Springs, Arkansas. A full support staff is available and administrative staff on site to coordinate with patients, handle claims and enrollment, and handle executive, operations, and financial management. HCI Dentist will provide dental care in the form of extractions, alveoplasty, dentures, denture repairs and relines, fillings (composite and amalgam), periodontal treatment, endodontic treatment, crowns, root canal therapy. Treat dental pain and infection. Maintain quality dental care equal to or greater than the private sector. Provide care and instruction to prevent tooth loss and provide preventive oral healthcare. Shall maintain licensure and valid DEA license in good standing in the state of Arkansas.

RN Assistant Clinic Manager: Hot Springs Clinic
The Assistant Clinic Manager works under the supervision of the Clinic Manager and will work as part of the clinic provider team and assist the providers in the provision of primary health care. This position provides limited direct patient services and performs specifically designated independent duties. The Assistant Clinic Manager is responsible for managing the work of all clinical and non-clinical staff to ensure service delivery in order to achieve excellent customer service, quality, cost and delivery performance in line with company strategy, goals and values. Applicants must expect to work closely with organization to deliver quality medical care and provide great customer service to patients in line with HCI policies and guidelines. Strong communication and people skills, organization and attention to detail are a must. This person must work well independently and have excellent time management skills in a fast paved work environment. Registered Nurse with active Arkansas license, an Associates of Nursing degree is preferred but not required. Experience in managing medical clinic is highly desirable or management experience in healthcare. Experience with e-MD’s medical record system is preferred but not required.

Full-Time Interpreter: Mena Clinic
Spanish Interpreter and scheduling professional needed for our various offices. The candidate will provide assistance to Hispanic patients for clinical tasks by accurate interpretation of information presented. The candidate must be fluent in both English and Spanish and must be culturally competent as well as excellent customer service skills. Experience with medical /dental scheduling software or medical terminology is preferred. The ability to multitask, adapt to a changing work environment and stay calm in a busy office setting are musts. We prefer one to two years of related experience in a healthcare setting and experience with medical scheduling software as well as knowledge of insurance benefits.

Clinic Support Coordinator: Hot Springs, Malvern, Mt Ida or Arkadelphia Clinics
Assist the COL with day to day clinic operations, assist in running and distributing reports, data validation, EMR/EDR management and training and manage incentive programs such as meaningful use and PCMH. The ideal candidate would be a multitasker with the ability to prioritize tasks received by multiple members of the HCI team. Strong communication and people skills, organization and attention to detail are a must. This person must have the ability to work our of Hot Springs, Arkadelphia, Malvern and Mt. Ida Clinics.  Work well independently, have strong leadership and excellent time management skills in a fast paced work environment. Medical/Dental Office experience, experience with e-MDS and Dentrix Enterprises, or Associate’s Bachelor’s Degree preferred but not required.

PRN X-Ray Tech: Hot Springs, Mount Ida, Malvern, Hot Springs & Arkadelphia Clinics
The candidate must be able to operate X-ray equipment, process images, and prepare radiographic room, equipment, supplies and contrast media. Must provide patient services using imaging modalities. The candidate should be proficient with all general radiographic positioning and procedures. Candidate should have excellent time management skills and work well independently. Must be able to lift, push pull up to 50 pounds. Candidate must possess cognitive skills necessary to understand medical instructions and identify problems and offer solutions. Radiological Technologist certification required. Candidate must possess knowledge of anatomy and physiology to position patients and perform x-ray testing. Candidate must maintain professional appearance and attitude at all times.

Full-Time Patient Care Coordinator: Malvern Clinic
Applicant must have a high school diploma and/or two years of experience in a medical office. Applicant must have a working knowledge of Microsoft office products, and familiarity with network systems. Applicant must be able to understand and present verbal instructions and to exchange verbal information is essential. Bi-lingual (Spanish) skills are preferred but not required.  Excellent organizational, written and customer service skills are necessary.  Applicant must have the ability to establish and maintain effective, courteous working relationships with patients, staff members, business entities and others. Applicant must be able to organize prioritize and problem solve independently.

Full-Time Ultrasound Tech: Malvern & Arkadelphia Clinics
HCI is seeking a full time Sonographer certified in any or all of the following modalities; General, Vascular and Echo. The candidate must be able to operate ultrasound equipment, process images, and prepare sonographic room, equipment, supplies and contrast media. Must provide patient services using imaging modalities. The candidate should be proficient with all general sonographic positioning and procedures. Candidate should have excellent time management skills and work independently. Must be able to lift, push and pull up to 50 pounds. Candidate must possess cognitive skills necessary to understand medical instructions and identify problems and offer solutions. Sonographer certification is required. Candidate must possess knowledge of anatomy and physiology to position patients and perform the ultrasounds. Candidate must maintain professional appearance and attitude at all times.

 

Full-Time Ultrasound Tech: Mena Clinic
HCI is seeking a full time Sonographer certified in any or all of the following modalities; General, Vascular and Echo. The candidate must be able to operate ultrasound equipment, process images, and prepare sonographic room, equipment, supplies and contrast media. Must provide patient services using imaging modalities. The candidate should be proficient with all general sonographic positioning and procedures. Candidate should have excellent time management skills and work independently. Must be able to lift, push and pull up to 50 pounds. Candidate must possess cognitive skills necessary to understand medical instructions and identify problems and offer solutions. Sonographer certification is required. Candidate must possess knowledge of anatomy and physiology to position patients and perform the ultrasounds. Candidate must maintain professional appearance and attitude at all times.

 

PRN LPN: All Locations
Applicant must have a certification of practice as a Licensed Practical Nurse, Medical Assistant or four years supervised nursing experience. The applicant must be qualified in Basic Life Support techniques and have a working knowledge of Microsoft office products, and familiarity with network systems. The applicant needs to have the ability to understand and present verbal instructions and to exchange verbal information. Applicant must have the ability to establish and maintain effective, courteous working relationships with patients, staff team members, business entities and others. Applicant must be able to organize, prioritize and problem-solve independently.

Full-Time LPN: Mena, Hot Springs Clinics
Applicant must have a certification of practice as a Licensed Practical Nurse, Medical Assistant or four years supervised nursing experience. The applicant must be qualified in Basic Life Support techniques and have a working knowledge of Microsoft office products, and familiarity with network systems. The applicant needs to have the ability to understand and present verbal instructions and to exchange verbal information. Applicant must have the ability to establish and maintain effective, courteous working relationships with patients, staff team members, business entities and others. Applicant must be able to organize, prioritize and problem-solve independently.

Full-Time LPN Lab Nurse: Mena Clinic
Applicant must have certification of practice as Licensed Practical Nurse, Medical Assistant or four years. Supervised nursing experience. Applicant must be able to perform routine laboratory procedures. Responsible for assisting in maintaining and adequate inventory of lab glassware, materials, and laboratory equipment. Must be able to ensure effective operation of all laboratory equipment and ensure that all regulatory requirements are adhered to. The applicant must be qualified in Basic Life Support Techniques and have a working knowledge of Microsoft office products, familiarity with network systems. The applicant needs to have the ability to understand and present verbal instructions and to exchange verbal information. Applicant needs to have excellent organizational,written and customer service skills necessary. Applicant must have the ability to maintain effective, courteous working relationship with patients, staff team members, business entities and others. Applicant must be able to organize, prioritize, and problem-solve independently.

Phlebotomist: Mena Clinic
Applicant must have certification of practice as Licensed Practical Nurse, Medical Assistant or four years Supervised nursing experience. Applicant must be able to perform routine laboratory procedures and serve patients by identifying the best method for retrieving specimens; preparing specimens for laboratory testing and performing screening procedures. Will be responsible for assisting in maintaining and adequate inventory of lab glassware, materials, and laboratory equipment. Must be able to ensure effective operation of all laboratory equipment and ensure that all regulatory requirements are adhered to. Must be able to maintain specimen integrity by using aseptic technique, following department procedures; observing isolation procedures. Applicant will be responsible for collecting therapeutic drug-monitoring assays by collaborating with other medical personnel to ensure appropriate drug dose to collection time. Must be able to track collected specimens by initialing, dating and noting times of collection; maintaining daily tallies of collections performed. Applicant must be able maintain quality results by following department procedures and testing schedule; recording results in the quality-control log; identifying and reporting needed changes. The applicant needs to have the ability to understand and present verbal instructions and to exchange verbal information. Applicant needs to have excellent organizational, written and customer service skills necessary. Applicant must have the ability to maintain effective, courteous working relationship with patients, staff team members, business entities and others. Applicant must be able to organize, prioritize, and problem-solve independently.

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HCI offers competitive salary, generous benefits including paid insurance benefits, 401(k) retirement plan and discounted Medical and Dental treatment for employees are a small part of the package. Dental, Vision, Life insurance available for employees’ and are paid in full. Employees’ families are eligible for the same benefits at discounted pre-tax rates. Loan repayment options through the National Health Service Corps. For more information, contact HCI.

HCI is a non-profit organization providing medical, dental and other social services to the citizens of this area. If you are interested in becoming a part of a quality organization with a history of success, please apply by email or upload your letter of interest and resume to apply@healthy-connections.org. No Phone calls please.

HCI is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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