Website Northwest Human Services, Inc.

Changing Lives

Primary Care Provider – (MD/DO/PA/NP)

Site Locations:

  • Total Health Community Clinic – Medical | 180 Atwater St N, Monmouth, OR 97361 or
  • West Salem Clinic | 1233 Edgewater St. NW, Salem, OR 97304

Position Status: Full Time | Monday through Friday | 8:30AM-5:30PM


Northwest Human Services is a mission focused organization providing compassionate and professional medical, dental, psychiatry, mental health, and wraparound services for those in our community who need it most – uninsured individuals, families, the homeless, and migrant workers.  Our multidisciplinary teams are fully integrated, allowing us to provide our patients with exceptional coordinated care.  The leadership and Board of Directors at NWHS support our staff with a variety of training and development opportunities as we continue to expand our programs and community offerings. We strive to instill a workplace culture based on inclusivity, open communication, and positive support.



  • Responsible for overseeing assigned patient’s care coordination including but not limited to specialty referral and follow up, case management, and enabling services. Provides professional medical services including examinations, diagnosis, and treatment planning for medical problems. Prepares and executes appropriate treatment plans and provides follow-up as needed while adhering to clinic policy. Consistently meets productivity expectations and procedures.
  • Provides consultation when needed to nurse practitioners and physician assistants. Serves as supervising physician to no more than two mid-level providers. Proctors’ medical students as assigned.
  • Maintains appropriate medical records documentation on all patients, in accordance with organizational policy. Consistently up to date on charting. Meets expectations of above 90% on weekly documentation report and maintains PAQ at less than 75 items at any given period.
  • Actively contributes to care team by providing coverage to absent providers and being available to support staff and serving on improvement teams.
  • Actively engaged in organizational initiatives such as 340b usage, Patient Centered Medical Home Certification, and Meaningful Use requirements.
  • Works effectively in an integrated environment to coordinate care with dental and behavioral health professionals.


  • Provides professional and quality medical services to the community and clinic patients. Consistently meets productivity expectations.
  • Consults with supervising and/or on-call and consulting physicians regarding patients with abnormal or unusual medical conditions.
  • Maintains appropriate medical records documentation on all patients in accordance with organizational policy. Consistently up to date on charting.
  • Meets expectations of above 90% on weekly documentation report and maintains PAQ at less than 75 items at any given period.
  • Actively contributes to care team by providing coverage to absent providers, being available to support staff, and serving on improvement teams.


  • Graduate of an accredited medical school, Nurse Practitioner program or Physician Assistant program.
  • MD/DO providers must have completed Primary Care residency (Family Practice, Internal Medicine, or Pediatrics) and be board certified.
  • Licensed to practice in the State of Oregon with prescriptive authority and DEA
  • Must be professionally bondable/insurable.
  • Ability and willingness to provider Obstetrical care preferred.
  • Team-oriented with strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Valid Oregon Driver’s License and proof of automobile insurance.
  • CPR certification in infant, child and adult required.
  • Bilingual/bicultural strongly preferred. Bilingual in English/Spanish a plus.
  • Previous experience in community health preferred.
  • Ability to function independently.
  • Ability to work flexible hours and take call.

Summary of Benefits:

Our Agency strives to provide a benefits program that is comprehensive and competitive within our industry.

  • Competitive Salary
  • Comprehensive Health Plans: Dental and Vision
  • Flex Spending Account
  • Group Life: Short-Term & Long-Term Disability 100% paid by employer
  • 403(b) retirement plan with 3% employer match
  • 10 hours of monthly Paid Time Off based on FTE
  • 7½ paid holidays each year + 2 paid floating holidays
  • Continuing Education Plan
  • Employee Healthy Living Program including gym membership and smoking cessation program

Summary of Additional Benefits for Providers:

  • Retention Bonus Plan
  • Malpractice Liability Insurance Policy
  • CME Reimbursement & up to 5 Days CME Pay
  • License, DEA & Board Certification Renewals

Northwest Human Services sites are eligible for various Provider Incentive Programs through the Oregon Office of Rural Health and National Health Service Corps loan repayment and scholar programs as well as the Rural Practitioner Tax Cred. For more information check out the Office of Rural Health, National health Service Corps, and Public Service Loan Forgiveness websites. NWHS sites have a Primary Care HPSA Score of 16, Dental score of 19, and a Mental Health score of 22.


Join a team that makes a difference in the lives of many by applying online at

For more information about this opening please contact the HR Department at 503-588-5828 or by emailing

All candidates who receive a written offer of employment will be required to undergo a criminal records check.

NWHS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

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