Betty Jean Kerr People's Health Centers (PHC) is always looking to add skilled health care providers to our team!
Imagine making a difference in the lives of people who desperately need your help. You will use your skills to help Betty Jean Kerr People's Health Centers (PHC) deliver critical health care and social services to thousands of people each year. The staff is committed to the mission of providing quality health care services to those in need.
We have a positive work environment and always look for the talented, passionate people who will help lead us into the future. When you become part of Betty Jean Kerr People's Health Centers (PHC) family, you have the opportunity to join other equally committed individuals in doing something that matters.
Some of our providers come to us as part of the National Health Services Corps. This is a program of the Bureau of Primary Health Care, U.S. Public Health Service (PHS), that recruits health care professionals for community-based systems. The program allows medical professionals to "bring health and hope to millions of children and adults who live in places where healthcare can be a challenge."
Betty Jean Kerr People's Health Centers (PHC) provides extremely progressive, comprehensive employee benefits.
Our primary benefits include:
If you are a health care provider interested in finding out more about joining Betty Jean Kerr People's Health Centers call our Human Resources Department at 314-367-7848, ext. 1225.
Betty Jean Kerr People’s Health Centers (PHC) is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination in employment on any basis including age, sex, color, race, creed, national origin, religious persuasion, marital status, political belief, or disability that does not prohibit performance of essential job functions.
At Betty Jean Kerr People's Health Centers, Inc., volunteers are a crucial and valuable asset to our health center. Consider joining the people who volunteer their time and talents. Your willingness to give will have a positive impact on our patients and their recovery. People's Health Center employees will always value your dedication and commitment to giving.
Volunteering is not an internship or a shadow program. It's also not an opportunity to get clinical experience. As a volunteer, you are not allowed to participate in direct patient care. Finally, we do not accept volunteers who are court ordered to perform community service.
Volunteers need the following qualities: Energetic, self-starter, assertive, creative, problem-solver, and a commitment to helping Betty Jean Kerr People's Health Centers. Volunteer placement depends on departmental needs as determined by management.
Some of the volunteer opportunities include working in the following departments:
If this type of service appeals to you, please apply today in person at the Delmar location or by clicking on the following link to acquire application materials.
To volunteer, you must be at least 18 years of age; have identification including a social security number; complete a volunteer application; provide two personal references; pass a criminal background check and show documentation of the MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) vaccine and recent TB test results (from within the past 30 days)
PHC offers physician job opportunities in Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Podiatry, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Psychiatry, and Optometry. We have locations throughout the St. Louis Metropolitan area.
Why Work At People’s Health Centers:
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Betty Jean Kerr People's Health Centers offers progressive professional development and training programs for:
The Primary Care Resource Initiative for Missouri (PRIMO) is a pipeline for recruiting health care providers and developing systems of care. The pipeline begins at the community level, runs through the health professional schools and training institutions and ends back at the community. People's Health Centers is a PRIMO site for service provision and placement.
To address the health problems facing residents in the St. Louis metropolitan area, People’s Health Centers has expanded its coordinated health care delivery system of primary medical, dental, mental, and support services for medically underserved and uninsured residents without access to those services. People's Health Centers is also recruiting PRIMO Scholars to help address the most critical health issues in the community with an emphasis on eliminating health disparities as an essential activity until we have achieved the goal of primary prevention, described under the Healthy People 2010 objectives.
Betty Jean Kerr People's Health Centers participates in these training partnerships with local institutions:
NAO (National AHEC Organization) is the national organization that supports and advances the AHEC/HETC network in improving the health of individuals and communities by transforming health care through education. AHEC’s mission is to enhance access to quality health care, particularly primary and preventive care, by improving the supply and distribution of health care professionals through community/academic educational partnerships. People’s Health Centers participates in this program with the following professional schools: