Your Primary Source for Pennsylvania Primary Care Career Opportunities

Welcome to the Pennsylvania Primary Care Career Center

Whether you're a primary care, dental or behavioral health clinician or an employer seeking that perfect-fit team member, you can turn to the Pennsylvania Primary Care Career Center for assistance.
The Career Center, a nonprofit agency, matches clinicians and administrators with jobs at Community Health Centers, rural health clinics, and other primary care facilities. 
We are a collaborative effort of the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers

 

Featured Job

East Liberty Seeks LCSW

Faith-based family health care center seeking a full-time (40 hours per week) Licensed Clinical Social Worker to join our team of clinical professionals.

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Featured Employer

Judd Mellinger-Blouch

East Liberty Family Healthcare Center, Inc.

Pittsburgh PA

In 1975, the Rev. Douglas A. Dunderdale was the senior pastor of Eastminster Presbyterian Church in the East Liberty neighborhood of Pittsburgh. He began praying that God would bring a Christian healing ministry to become a part of the church. Also in 1975, David Hall, a resident of Mt. Lebanon in Pittsburgh, graduated from MIT and entered Medical School at the University of Rochester. For what did these two men pray? That God would call like-minded people to a ministry of healing in the urban area of Pittsburgh where God's love would be experienced through healing and care that was fundamentally different from what the world was providing. They prayed that the new Center would be open to anyone, especially the underserved and underinsured. They prayed for a Center where doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals would pray with every patient and address their whole person needs: physical, mental and spiritual.

After seven years of prayer, East Liberty Family Healthcare Center was founded in 1982 in the basement of Eastminster Presbyterian Church, in the heart of East Liberty.

The Center has been distinctively faith-based since its inception, offering prayer with every visit, but never discriminating on the basis of religion. Every person is made in God’s image, worthy of good care and welcome at the Center. The Center has for 35 years provided quality “whole-person” healthcare for all people, without regard to ability to pay. It has grown from a three-room office in a church basement to a full-service healthcare center with three locations. Every activity of ELFHCC is focused on meeting the whole-person healthcare needs of Pittsburgh's East End.

Our Mission

The mission of the ELFHCC is: To witness to God's love, known in Jesus Christ, by empowering our patients through community centered, whole-person quality healthcare for all, which includes those who are uninsured, underinsured and underserved.

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