National Association of Community Health Centers
The National Association of Community Health Centers is the national association serving and representing the interests of America's community health centers. Our mission is to promote efficient, high quality, comprehensive Health Care that is accessible, culturally, and linguistically competent, community directed, and patient centered FOR ALL.
Community Health Centers are not-for-profit providers of health care to over 24 million people, including health centers serving migrant and seasonal farmworkers, homeless and other special populations in urban and rural, public housing and school based settings. For over 50 years, health centers have been responsible for bringing physicians and other clinical providers and access to comprehensive primary and preventive health services into the nation's neediest and most isolated communities. Today, over 1,300 community, migrant and homeless health centers bring innovative programs in primary and preventative care to more than 9,800 urban and rural communities in every state, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and U.S. territory.
We therefore seek highly qualified and dedicated individuals to join our team and help to serve our mission. We are specifically looking to attract, develop and promote new generations of NACHC staff and leaders who will propel us into the future.