One Community Health
  • 11-Jul-2018 to 09-Sep-2018 (PST)
  • Sacramento, CA, USA
  • Full Time

Looking for a Health Educator in our organization

One Community Health is expanding! With the opening of our new building in Midtown and our new clinic in the Arden Arcade area, we are looking for talented, enthusiastic and committed individuals to join our team!

Our Philosophy

At One Community Health we believe healthcare isn't a privilege; it's a human right. Everyone should have the opportunity to achieve optimal health.  We've made it our job to help individuals and our community lower the barrier to wellness. Our organization pushes for equality for all and for social justice for those on the margins.  Our doctors and health care professionals treat people with compassion, without judgment for their personal choices and behavior. We provide a comprehensive menu of services to all ages and everyone in need, and we advocate for public awareness of such issues as the stigma surrounding mental illness and the need for healthcare for everyone.  We understand the impact of trauma on one's health and are working to help people heal those wounds.  When we see suffering, we try to heal it whether it be an individual in pain or a group in our community.  If these are your values are your values, then please consider joining our team.

About Us

We are a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) serving all those in need in the Sacramento area. We have been a level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home since 2011 and were the first to earn that designation in Sacramento. We offer integrated, comprehensive and supportive services to maximize health outcomes. The founding values of One Community Health were based on providing a safe and welcoming place for people who often experienced social exclusion and discrimination.

Our Benefits

  • Medical Insurance
    • We offer a choice between two carriers: Blue Shield and Kaiser Permanente.
    • One Community Health pays about 90% of the Employee only premium and pays 75% of the costs for dependents or partners/spouses.
  • Dental/Vision
    • 2 Dental plans offered through Delta Dental: PPO and DHMO
    • DHMO is paid in full by employer (employee only)
    • VSP Vision Insurance paid in full by employer (employee only)
  • Company Paid Life, AD&D and LTD offered through Unum
    • One times annual salary paid in full by employer (LIFE and AD&D)
    • LTD is 60% annual salary paid in full by employer after 90 days
  • Flexible Spending Plan (before-tax savings plans)
  • Employee Assistance
  • Supplemental Insurance through Aflac
  • 401K
    • Up to 4% employer match at 90 days of employment
    • Administrative fees and administration of plan managed and paid for by employer
  • Robust PTO, Sick Time, & Paid Holidays Plan
  • Additional Benefits/Extra's
    • We are an eligible NHSC (National Health Service Core) approved loan repayment site and have an HPSA score of 16.
    • Potential for Sign on Bonus and Relocation Reimbursement
    • Educational and Language Stipends: higher level of education or secondary languages
    • Professional dues and/or licensure fees paid by organization as it relates to the position
    • Professional training and/or conference/travel fees paid by organization 
    • Opportunity for annual merit increase and pay for performance if annual performance goals met
    • Community Events and Involvement
    • Opportunities to help with state and national level advocacy

About the Position 

This position has the day to day responsibility for all One Community Health programs, proper referrals to specific departments for insurance screening, family planning services, promotion of sanitation and hygiene screening for communicable diseases aimed at stopping HIV transmission and assisting in retention in care, partner counseling and referral services. Community Outreach through health fairs, health education activities, collecting statistics maintaining records and providing health care referrals when appropriate.

Essential Functions: 

STD Clinic

  • Follow QA requirements of Rapid HIV testing Program
  • Administer Rapid HIV and STD tests during walk-in clinic
  • Counseling about health practices, safe sex practices, STI/HIV prevention,
  • Counseling about prevention tools, condoms, PrEP, PEP, and Treatment as Prevention (TasP).
  • Assessment and prevention/risk reduction
  • Utilize Social Network Testing model to target high risk client partners
  • Follow-up with high risk testing clients during widow period
  • Make appropriate referrals for counseling and other resources
  • Assess client information and contact a member of the mental health team for support when working with mentally ill or intoxicated clients
  • Effectively use supervision to maintain boundaries, problem solves, and provides quality services
  • Keep complete client records in EMR

Community Outreach

  • Work with other community providers to increase Social Network Testing
  • Conduct on-line outreach to high risk individuals
  • Provide HIV/STD testing at community events as assigned (includes working flexible hours in the evenings and weekends)
  • Consistently represent One Community Health's mission and goals to the community
  • Identifies outreach opportunities for the wider community through participation at health fairs, schools, and community based organizations.
  • Referral for screening, nutrition, exercise, smoking cessation, alcohol and drug abuse, domestic violence and sexual abuse
  • Appropriate referrals for high risk population for diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity.
  • Helping individuals and their families understand their medical coverage options and make appropriate referrals.

Family Planning

  • Provides individual counseling to females, male and adolescents regarding anatomy and physiology, human reproduction, contraceptive methods, pregnancy testing, pregnancy options.
  • Administer proper pregnancy test
  • Appropriate referral when need them
  • Protect confidentially of the patient.
  • Comply with all Cares Community Health policies, procedures and employment requirements.

Eligibility Outreach

  • Determine eligibility and facilitate enrollment on Family PACT for eligible patients.
  • Helping individuals and their families understand their medical coverage options.
  • Determine eligibility and enroll in an affordable health insurance options with special emphasis on Covered California Qualified Health Plans
  • Schedule appointments with eligibility workers, and screen for eligibility obtaining required information, such as employment information, income, and other information as needed to complete enrollment during the visit.

Retention in Care

  • Research on EHR (NextGen or Epic) to find more information about patients who are in risk or fall out of care.
  • Weekly report to Retention in Care Lead for data collection and grant report
  • Works closely with retention in care lead, case management on retention and re-engagement in care initiatives.
  • Collaborates with inter-disciplinary team at One Community Health and other community based organizations to facilitate retention in care.
  • Book appointments for new or returning patients into care.
  • Documents on EHR (Epic) all the calls and procedure that RIC member has done to find more information about the patient.
  • Documents on EHR face to face encounters including food vouchers.

Education/Experience Required:

  • High School Diploma or Equivalent required
  • AA degree preferred.
  • Covered CA Certification preferred
  • Family PACT enrollment experience preferred
  • Family Planning Certification preferred
  • STD Knowledge, Medical terminology preferred
  • HIV Test Counselor Certification Training preferred,
  • 2 year experience in HIV prevention
  • Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis, (PrEP) and Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) Treatment as Prevention (TasP) counseling skills preferred
  • Knowledge of basic Primary Care morbidity diseases (Obesity, hypertension, diabetes)

Please Note

One Community Health values the diversity of the people it hires and serves. Diversity at One Community Health means fostering a workplace in which individual differences are recognized, appreciated, respected and responded to in ways that fully develop and utilize each person's talents and strengths. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation or disability. Please provide us with notice if you will require accommodations during the interview process. 

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