Our mission is to show the love of Christ through bringing Hope and Health to underserved people by providing quality and compassionate healthcare.
We are a low income, comprehensive, primary-care clinic in King and Snohomish County. Our services include integrated and comprehensive, medical, dental and mental health counseling. Join our team and work alongside others who share a desire to find solutions for the those who fall through the cracks of the system.
Lahai Health is seeking a Nurse Case Manager to join our medical team as we care for those who are underserved in our local communities. They will provide support to professional healthcare volunteers during clinic operations (mobile clinics & fixed site), at times provide direct patient care, and work to ensure that patients are connected to additional health care resources.
Location: Washington – Seattle /Lynnwood
Part-time position of 20-25 hours per week with a possibility for more hours in the future, somewhat flexible schedule. RN will provide clinic support every Wednesday at Phinney Ridge from 10:30-1:15pm, every other Wednesday Haller Lake clinic from 4:15-9:30pm and every other Thursday Lynnwood clinic from 8:15-1:30pm. $24-27/per hour.
Clinic Support/Case Management:
Oversee and support healthcare volunteers during clinic hours at assigned clinic sites. On occasion, provide direct patient care.
Prepare for clinics by reviewing the clinic schedule and specific patient needs, and ensuring resources and supplies are stocked for healthcare volunteers.
Process needed follow up care/referrals for patients. This may include resources for lab tests, prescriptions, specialty care, translation or educational needs.
Coordinate and communicate directly with patients, a variety of professionals and/or organizations to provide efficient case management for needed follow up care.
Utilize an electronic health record (EHR) for all patient documentation, and provider communication.
Provide on-site training and support for volunteers engaging in patient care or coordination for assigned clinics.
Attend and participate in all required meetings which may include: team meetings, all staff meetings, health events, and fundraising events.
Bachelor’s degree preferred and current CPR card.
Agreement and support of Lahai Health’s Statement of Faith.
Bilingual in Spanish and English preferred.
2 yrs. experience preferred within a community health care setting.
Medical case management experience preferred.
Excellent computer skills.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Highly organized with strong attention to detail.
Good judgment in establishing priorities and problem solving.
Ability to work closely with staff and volunteers.
Ability to work independently, as a self-starter, and in a fast-paced environment.
Lahai Health (formerly Puget Sound Christian Clinic) is a clinic providing health care to underserved individuals and families in King and Snohomish Counties. Our services include integrated and comprehensive medical, dental, and mental health counseling.
Today, more than half a million individuals in Washington State do not have access to adequate health, dental, or counseling care. We know that having access to direct care services is essential to the well-being and improved quality of life for everyone. Medical, dental, and mental health are difficult services to access for the vulnerable in our communities. Since 2003 we have been able to provide quality and compassionate healthcare through a dedicated network of volunteers, donors, and community partners — motivated to show Christ’s love through care to all under-served people.
With an established practice and diverse base of staff and volunteers, Lahai Health is more impassioned than ever to keep making a difference by providing access to healthcare. Lahai Health provides care through each of our services that is intentionally modeled to be holistic and individualized for every patient that walks through our doors. While we meet immediate healthcare needs of each person, our long-term goal is to care for the whole individual, meeting the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of each patient.