Are you just starting out in school and unsure what you want to do? Or are you a seasoned professional desiring to work in primary care? Clinic Careers, a free online career tool, provides you with the resources you need to find your perfect fit in a community clinic or health center.
You can find jobs near you, explore the different educational programs offered at college campuses state-wide, and find out about scholarship and loan repayment programs. Whether you are just graduating or a seasoned professional, you will also want to check out our special career advice section.
With the expected increase of clinic patients and shortage of healthcare professionals, right now is the time to make a difference and join the dedicated, mission-driven clinic workforce.Find out more about the benefits of working in a community clinic and health center.
Get started with your clinic career now!
Clinic Careers offers the most cost-effective and time-saving advertising for your job openings, plus:
New NHSC Students to Service Loan Repayment Program!
The NHSC Students to Service Loan Repayment Program (S2S LRP) is a pilot program that will provide loan repayment assistance to medical students (MD and DO) in their last year of school in return for serving in eligible Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSAs) of greatest need.
Health Profession Scholarships Available: Apply by September 11, 2011
The Health Professions Education Foundation has announced that several scholarship programs are available now. For more information on each of the programs, see http://www.oshpd.ca.gov/HPEF/Applications.html.
Peter Weddle's Career Advice
Bring More Than Your Lunch to Work
But, here’s the rub. In today’s constantly changing global economy, talent quickly grows out of date. Superior can become mediocre in the blink of an eye. So, employers not only want to hire talent, they want that talent to prove they will stay that way. Employers are looking for people who are committed to refreshing their capacity for excellence all of the time.
So, what should you do?
©2007 California Primary Care Association