Working at Northern Counties Health Care, Inc. (NCHC) means:
Working for the first pioneer Federally Qualified Health Center system in Vermont – and the only one with a Home Health and Hospice Division.
- Working on cutting edge health care practices and projects.
- Working with a team committed to quality, compassion, excellence and innovation.
- Working for the community and a Mission of enhancing the quality of life of individuals and families by providing compassionate, accessible and affordable patient-centered health services.
- It also means challenging opportunities, personal growth, great colleagues, easy commutes, flexible schedules, beautiful communities, and participating in the real improvement of real people’s lives.
NCHC provides an excellent benefits package to eligible employees including medical insurance, dental insurance, group term life insurance, long term disability insurance, a 403(b) retirement savings plan, earned time off, an Employee Assistance Program, funds for continuing education / professional development, and other benefits like participation in a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture), discount passes to Burke Mountain, and discounts to many other local businesses and restaurants.
We offer generous Loan Repayment options for qualified Physician and Dentist candidates.
Our benefits, our outstanding Mission-minded staff, and our commitment to the Northeast Kingdom make NCHC a great place to work!
“After spending my career working for vendors and government contractors, I felt the need to take a step closer to the patient. This was really brought home after I became a board member of the Foundation for International Missions (ffim.org) and co-leader of trips to Honduras to perform health screenings in rural villages. When I began my job search I focused on positions in rural and underserved areas, and Northern Counties Health Care, Inc. was a perfect fit for me. I really enjoyed talking with the leadership team, and the corporate philosophy is the same as mine. I grew up in West Virginia and when I came for my interview I was amazed at the similarities – same hills and mountains, flora and fauna (except for moose), and small towns.” – Stephen West-Fisher, Director of Information Services.