VCH Wants You!
What’s the secret ingredient that makes VCH unique? OUR STAFF!
We are looking for individuals who are:
Committed to serving the underserved who come through our doors each year
Aspiring to be a part of the exciting changes within healthcare
Inspired by working as part of a team
Striving to give their best to our patients and each other
All of our staff follow Valley Way principles.
What is the “Valley Way”? It’s a unique system of how we provide the patient experience. Ask us about it!
Here’s What Staff Say
“Our clinic is different because the environment here is like a family. Our patients like that we provide dental, vision, mental health and primary care all in one facility.”
“I am motivated by the desire to help my patients, and I feel proud when they let me know what a difference I make in their lives.”
“We respect one another and communicate well with one another. This makes a difference in our day to day workload and what we can accomplish.”
“When patients give us compliments, it is about the people who work here and the care they show them.”
Community Health Quality Recognition awards from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
Careers at VCH
Valley Community Healthcare has been making a difference in the lives of those living in the San Fernando Valley for over 50 years!
Interested in joining our staff?
Send your resume to [email protected]
For More Information, email [email protected]
Call: 818-763-8836 x1142
Full Benefits after 30 days of employment!*
100% Medical, dental, and life insurance coverages**
Retirement plan options with up to 4% match
Paid time off
Flexible Spending Accounts
*Full benefits on the 1st of the month following 30 days of employment for all full-time employees.
**100% company-paid coverages available, with option to upgrade and/or add spouses and dependents.
VCH is a deemed federal Public Health Service (PHS) employee
Physician and Nursing Workforce Teaching & Training Program
According to data published by the AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges), the United States could see an estimated shortage of up to 124,000 physicians by 2034, and possibly 25% of registered nurses leaving their jobs in both primary and specialty care. This shortage is more acutely felt in community health centers. In fact, HRSA (Health Resources & Services Administration) has designated Valley Community Healthcare (VCH) as a Health Professional Shortage Area.
The Solution: Teach and Train our Own Workforce!
Under the direction of Dr. Roger Peeks, VCH has partnered with Kaiser Permanente, universities, and other local programs for over three years to teach and train health care professionals who will continue their careers within community health or in working with under-served populations. These partnerships are the solution to the dire workforce shortage that we are currently experiencing and anticipate will continue for many years to come.
Over the next 5 years beginning in 2022, VCH plans to proctor, teach and train at least 65 health care professionals including physicians, nurse practitioners and registered nurses. Once licensed, the potential patients seen is approximately 90,000 by professionals who continue their careers in community health. VCH’s teaching and training program can be duplicated at other community clinics.
The professional health care workforce shortage is becoming perilous. Those that need the most care will be the most at risk. Teaching and training at every level is the solution. Our future is our workforce
Physicians, Nurse Practitioners and Registered Nurses – Looking to complete your clinical hours?
For more information about participating in the Physician and Nursing Workforce Teaching & Training program please contact Dr. Roger Peeks.