Rocky Mountain Youth Clinics
The Rocky Mountain Youth Clinics (The RMYC) provides accessible, affordable, high-quality healthcare to children and adolescents in Colorado regardless of their insurance status or family's ability to pay. Our services are prioritized for the under-served and at-risk youth, including those who are from low-income and/or homeless families. We serve these youth primarily in the metropolitan Denver area and secondarily along the Front Range of Colorado. We serve the community without regard to racial, cultural, sexual or religious orientation or affiliation, with the sole objective of reducing indicators of morbidity and mortality in children and adolescents.
The RMYC's unique “medical home” model makes it possible to offer quality health services to children at more than 40 mobile, community and school-based sites around the state. Children receive not only medical care, but also mental health services, food assistance, and assistance in other medically-related areas. The RMYC sees around 35,000 patients each year through 50,000 patient visits. 2011 marks The RMYC’s 15th year as a nonprofit organization, reaching just over 500,000 patient visits since its inception.
Please note:At this time, we do not have any opportunities that involve providing medical care to our patients, or assisting our employees with such matters.