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La Comunidad Hispana (LCH), Kennett Square, offers a comprehensive scope of healthcare, social services, outreach, and education programs for Latinos and other low-income, underserved families living and working in Southern Chester County.  As a Federally Qualified Health Center and Level 2 Patient-Centered Medical Home, LCH provides holistic, nurse-managed care that integrates healthcare with supportive services and education to empower immigrants and low income families to stay healthy, build strong families and lead productive fulfilling lives.

If you would like to apply, please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to La Comunidad Hispana Search Committee, 731 West Cypress Street, Kennett Square, PA 19348 or E-mail to: careers@lchps.org.  Equal Opportunity Employer.


The Behavioral Health Consultant at LCH provides counseling and intervention services to help clients reach their full human potential. Duties include assisting clients to remove barriers to health and wellness. The Behavioral Health Consultant will collaborate with members of the health care team, the community service team, and the client/family to assure clients’ psychosocial needs are addressed.

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The part-time Paralegal LCH assists clients to become legal residents/naturalized citizens and address other civil legal concerns including domestic and labor issues. Under the direct supervision of the LCH legal clinic Attorney, the Paralegal communicates with clients to obtain relevant information, translates documents, performs research on case law, coordinates and completes paperwork related to papers for immigration or citizenship.

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The primary function of the Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner is to assure the provision of quality primary care services to Chester County families.  Services of the Family Nurse Practitioner at LCH include the following:  family planning services, physical examinations and immunizations, women’s health care, prenatal care, chronic disease management, acute episodic care for infants, children, adolescents, adults and geriatric clients.

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Full Time Dispensary Manager, fluent in Spanish, needed to manage our new clinic prescription drug dispensary.

Manages Dispense Specialists and dispenses pre-packed medications to clinic patients at the direction of the Doctor after adjudicating the claim to the payer. Applicants will be using Dispensary Software to process prescriptions.

This independent working environment requires direct interaction with patients and clinic staff. Working environment requires responsible, mature applicants focused on good attendance, punctuality and reliability.

Need to be solid on the computer, have strong pro-active communication skills, respect and maintain customer/patient confidentiality and work well with the clinic staff. Applicant may be subject to background check and drug testing.

High School Diploma/GED required, college experience preferred. Prior customer service experience in a retail environment desired. Have or working toward Pharmacy Technician certification preferred.

If interested and you meet the above requirements, please email your resume and work references to Taneshamw@onsite340b.com


The Front Office Receptionist is the first face a client sees when entering the health center and is therefore vital to creating a friendly and welcoming atmosphere for clients. The Front Office Receptionist directs clients to the proper service, performs client intake and assessment, provides check-out services, collects and records fees, and provides client services (appointments and inquires) over the phone.

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The primary functions of the Interpreter & Patient Advocate are to provide accurate Spanish medical, verbal and written interpretation for patients, families and staff.

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The primary function of the Medical Assistant is to assist the clinician in the provision of primary healthcare services to the client and to act as an advocate for the client.  The Medical Assistant collects health information, performs phlebotomy and vital signs, assists with procedures as required, and records medical data in the electronic health record.  Medical Assistants as a team are responsible for patient flow, and health center duties including stocking rooms, maintaining inventory, medical supplies and medical equipment, and performing quality assurance.

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Under direction of the Chief Executive Officer, the Medical Director oversees all aspects of medical patient care services provided by LCH including ancillary services such as perinatal, laboratory and pharmacy services. Working from a quality assurance approach, the Medical Director monitors clinical performance to ensure medical services and operations are in compliance with all applicable regulatory and licensing agencies. As a member of the Executive Management team, the Medical Director is responsible for implementing, reviewing and developing clinical protocols and procedures, performance objectives, and compliance measures. Also, the position serves as coach/mentor/trainer to staff providers, giving guidance in best practices, and implementing quality improvement of medical services. The Medical Director may also represent LCH at meetings with affiliated agencies, working groups, conferences, and with donors.

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The purpose of the role and scope of responsibility is to facilitate consumer enrollment in a Qualified Health Plan (QHP) through the Federal Marketplace and or other health programs such as Medicaid and CHIP by providing fair, impartial, and accurate information that assists consumers with submitting the eligibility applications, clarifying distinctions among QHP’s, and helping qualified individuals make informed decisions during the health plan selection. The Navigator will conduct consumer assistance activities as well as outreach and education activities to consumers and businesses about the availability of these programs and insurance affordability to encourage participation. The Navigator will provide all services for the public good and serve as a resource to all consumers, including but not limited to, existing patients of the health center as well as to consumers, particularly from communities that are under-served by and under-represented in the current health insurance market.

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The primary function of the staff physician is to provide high quality primary care commensurate with training and expectations including but not limited to diagnosis, treatment, coordination of care, preventive care and health maintenance to patients across the lifespan. The physician is a member of the practice care team, which includes nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwives, registered nurses, behavioral health consultants and medical assistants.  In that capacity they are expected to be familiar with the mission, goals and objectives of LCH and work collaboratively to achieve them. They must be cognizant of, and comply with, all LCH policies and procedures, as well as pertinent state and federal regulations.

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