“For more than 30 years, FamilyCare has connected Oregonians to health care. We make it easier for our community members with Medicaid and Medicare to access a range of high quality, integrated services.
At Performance Health Technology, our people are passionate about what we do and believe that we make a difference in the world of healthcare. Ideas are valued, and quality of life is important--at work and away.
Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette has been serving the reproductive health care needs for people in Oregon and SW Washington since 1963. We are advocates of education and provide medically accurate, age-appropriate sexual health education to young people to help them make informed and empowered decisions about their health and future.
PPCW is planning to open a new health center in Milwaukie, Oregon in summer 2015. Clackamas County has a substantial need for affordable health care and this new health center will allow us to provide critically-needed health services to as many as 7,000 residents.
As we’ve previously discussed, healthcare jobs are on the rise. One specific area likely to experience significant growth is Healthcare/Information Technology jobs.
Summer is right around the corner. In today’s competitive job market, an internship can be just the thing to make you stand out in the crowd. We’ve come up with a few suggestions to help you out.
Most people know the usual places to seek out a job: Craigslist, Monster, Indeed.
We’d like to encourage you to think about posting your next opening on our Health Hires job board.
Now that you’ve landed your dream job, are you maximizing your opportunities? Just because we get hired doesn’t mean we feel at ease. Many factors contribute to unease in the workplace: difficult coworkers, fear of having ideas rejected, reluctance to take risks, potential for punishment.
What defines a “good” job? The answer varies from person to person. Most of us agree that decent salary and benefits would be on the list. Maybe we want to be challenged to do our best work, without being pushed to a breaking point.