Careers

Medical Services

Director of Clinical Services

We are seeking an experienced, mission-minded nurse leader to serve as Director of Clinical Services to lead a team of staff and volunteers to provide comprehensive healthcare in a patient-centered medical home setting. Responsibilities include oversight of clinical care based on established standards recruiting and supporting clinical staff and clinical volunteers, and leading clinical program planning and evaluation.  This individual is a key member of the leadership team, reporting directly to the CEO and serving as the primary liaison with the part-time volunteer Medical Director.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Working with Medical Director to establish and monitor evidence-based, quality care standards and to develop, maintain, and monitor adherence to relevant policies and procedures related to care delivery and patient management.
  • Ensuring efficient and safe operation of AFC’s onsite clinical programs in collaboration with all AFC departments.
  • Managing and analyzing data and information to improve patient outcomes and evaluate programs.
  • Building and maintaining relationships and serving as point of contact for external clinical partners including medical practices, hospitals, individual healthcare professionals, and healthcare safety net partners.

For a full list of responsibilities and desired qualifications, please see here.

Bilingual Medical Assistant – Triage Line and Clinical Support

Arlington Free Clinic (AFC) is seeking a dynamic, well-organized, team-oriented individual to join our clinical team. This position is a key role working with the nurse team and volunteer providers and serves as the first line of contact with the clinic’s patients.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Receive and triage patient calls for administrative needs and acute symptoms
  • Schedule patients for acute and follow-up appointments
  • Update/document all necessary information in patient records in EHR system
  • Triage walk-in patients and assess needs and consult with nurse
  • Give immunizations and conduct point of care testing as needed
  • Serve as interpreter for provider/nurse manager as needed
  • Assist in pre-clinic chart preparation and post-clinic appointment scheduling, referrals, prescribed testing, and follow-up calls as needed

For a full list of responsibilities and desired qualifications, please see here.

Dental Services

Lead Dentist, Part Time

Arlington Free Clinic (AFC) is seeking a dynamic, well-organized, team-oriented individual to join our dental team. We are looking for someone who enjoys working independently and collaboratively as part of a team and already has experience with or is excited about working in a safety-net clinic. This is a part time position working 32 hours per week.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Perform basic and advanced dental procedures, including simple to complex extractions, restorative, root canals therapy (including molars), establishing treatment plans, and managing dental emergencies
  • Perform all procedures of general dentistry including but not limited to dentures, bridges, night guards and crowns, using digital technology for many of these procedures.
  • Serve on Oral Health Integration Team to enhance clinic-wide practices towards comprehensive, connected, and patient-centered care.
  • Participate in community-based outreach and education regarding oral healthcare and general preventive health strategies.

For a full list of responsibilities and desired qualifications, please see here.

Non-Medical Services

Eligibility/Administration Specialist

Arlington Free Clinic (AFC) is seeking a dynamic, well-organized, team-oriented individual to join our operations team. This position plays a key role in AFC’s process for assessing patient eligibility for clinic services for new and returning patients and assists those who do not qualify for our care in securing alternate healthcare resources. Individual will also provide back-up coverage and additional support across administrative functions to include front desk/reception.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Carry out administrative workflows for all duties (patient scheduling reminders, pre-screening as appropriate, care coordination with clinic and external colleagues, and documentation) within the appropriate data, paper and/or electronic tracking system for that area.
  • Identify and assist with improvements to make our clinical administration processes more efficient, and patient-centered across and within programs.
  • Remain up-to-date and informed of related healthcare resources (e.g., other clinics, local providers for low-cost care); public insurance programs (Medicaid, Medicare, and related sub-programs such as FAMIS) to guide patient access to care and to inform AFC Eligibility Guidelines and practices.
  • Support patient communications to include appointment reminder calls, signage, mailings, or other care-related needs.

For a full list of responsibilities and desired qualifications, please see here.