Federally Qualified Health Centers continue on their primary mission of “serving the underserved” patient populations in America. With over 28 million patients served today, the demand for healthcare leaders, providers, and other professionals has never been greater.
Today, UHC Solutions strives to do their part in assisting these centers all across the country in rural, major metro and highly remote locations in order to find and hire mission-driven, qualified, and highly capable candidates that they would not find and onboard through their conventional means.
As the UHC Solutions team is in the market daily, we have noticed a common theme from our successful community health care clients and attribute this success to understanding the benefits of beginning or transitioning your career with a community health center. According to the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) the highest contributing factor to joining a FQHC was an intrinsic desire to join the mission of serving the underserved.
There are volumes of evidence that working for a CHC is both rewarding and satisfying to a health care provider’s drive to help others. These opportunities combine financial stability with a provider’s fulfillment of their personal values. This career provides a quality of life that is unprecedented for any healthcare professional.
To learn more about the benefits of working for a FQHC, please reach out to your trusted FQHC advisers here at UHC Solutions.
Our Recruiting Process
Candidate and UHC Recruiter have initial conversation to determine the needs of YOU.
Recruiter presents opportunities that fit both client and candidate.
With the assistance of your recruiter coach, you complete a Candidate Profile to outline your background.
UHC professional packages the information to submit on a CONFIDENTIAL BASIS.
Both Agree to Pursue an opportunity and UHC gives guidance through every step including negotiating offer.
UHC Solutions Assists Candidate through every part of process right through resignation to onboarding.