At Alexander Valley Healthcare, our staff members are our most valuable asset. All employees are dedicated to providing the highest quality medical, dental and mental health care. We are committed to serving the communities of Northern Sonoma and Southern Mendocino Counties with compassion and professionalism.
Alexander Valley Healthcare is committed to employment policies and practices based upon skill, ability and performance of our employees. AVH is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of business need and merit. AVH strictly prohibits discrimination based on race, color, creed, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth or related medical condition), marital status, age, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, or any other consideration made unlawful by California, federal, or local laws. Applicants have rights under Federal Employment Laws for Equal Employment Opportunity, Family and Medical Leave Act and Employee Polygraph Protection Act.
- Care Team Nurse (2 positions available): RN/LVN California Licensed, Full time position
Job Summary: The Care Team Nurse position is an integral part of the primary care team at AVH and is responsible for organizing and providing care coordination and care management services to patients who are at risk for health deterioration, sentinel events, chronic disease management, and preventive care across multiple physicians/clinicians.
- Call Center Technician: High School Diploma or Equivalent, Full time position
Job Summary: Knowledgeable of organizational programs and services available to the community and operational policy and procedures. Answer and address all incoming calls to the public phone number. Provide information and assistance to patients in obtaining needed services.
- Dental Assistant or RDA: California Registered Dental Assistant, Current CPR Certification, Full time position
Job Summary: The Dental Assistant functions as a circulating assistant in chair-side dental procedures. Must be knowledgeable in all dentistry procedures, infection control procedures, cleaning and sterilization of instruments, tray setup and materials.
- Patient Access Coordinator: High School Graduate or Equivalent, Full time position
Job Summary: The Patient Access Coordinator is responsible for interviewing patients or their representative to determine and record all demographic and financial information, accurately and effectively process patient registration, confirm health insurance eligibility, including plan benefits, accurately document billing information and the patient’s financial responsibility for health services rendered. The Patient Access Coordinator must have strong customer service experience, excellent communication skills, and present a professional attitude in a fast paced environment.