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Open Door Health Services is always looking for qualified team members.  Check this page often to find out about available job opportunities.  Open Door is an equal opportunity employer.  Applicants must be at least 18 years of age. To apply for any of the available positions, please email your resume and cover letter to Human Resources. Or send your information to the address below:

 

Open Door Health Services

Attn: Human Resources
PO Box 1676
Muncie, IN 47308

CURRENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Resumes are always accepted on the following positions at Open Door Health Services, even when there are no current vacancies. Resumes are maintained on file for 90 days and Human Resources will make contact with qualified candidates when vacancies arise. No phone calls please:

This position will perform a variety of patient care activities to provide clinical support and assistance to the nurse practitioner. Assists in the delivery of primary health care and patient care management.

Greets patients/guests and oversees the flow of patient traffic in the waiting room areas. Must work closely with staff members to ensure flow and accuracy of information meets their needs.

 Other positions currently available: 

Under direction of the Medical Director plans, organizes,
and implements behavioral health services to patients and families. (full-time)

Full-Time Position. Provides professional nursing care for clinic patients following established standards, practices, and protocols.

Full-Time Position. Provides professional nursing care for clinic patients following established standards, practices, and protocols.

This position will offer support and coaching of positive, healthy behaviors to women enrolled in the WeCare Indiana Program. (part-time)

Provides primary care to patients acting as a physician in the clinic following established standards, practices and protocols. Normal working hours will be between Monday through Friday (8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.)

Provides primary care to patients acting as physician extender in the clinic following established standards, practices, and protocols.

Provides primary care to patients acting as physician extender in the urgent care clinic following established standards, practices, and protocols.

In collaboration with an obstetrician, provides primary obstetrical/gynecological healthcare, including prenatal care, postpartum care, gynecological care and family planning within the scope of training and in accordance with established policies, procedures and protocol.

The role of the WIC Peer Counselor is to guide, inform, support, and represent WIC breastfeeding mothers. Must demonstrate enthusiasm for breastfeeding support and have a desire to share supportive breastfeeding information with others. Should be a good role model for the WIC participant. (Part-time)

This position will perform a variety of patient care activities to provide clinical support and assistance to physicians, nurse practitioners, and medical staff. Assists in the delivery of primary health care and patient care management. Responsible for operating X-ray equipment for assisting providers with diagnosing and/or treating disease/injury.

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