The CHAS Health Nurse Practitioner Residency Program application process is currently closed. We will be recruiting for the next round of nurse practitioner residents in March 2018.
CHAS Health is pleased to announce the start of our Nurse Practitioner Residency Program in September 2017. CHAS serves more than 65,000 patients each year in the Spokane area and the Lewis-Clark Valley. Every year we continue to grow and bring new jobs to our economy, while providing a healthcare home to more people in the Inland Northwest.
CHAS Health has one of the most innovative primary care practices in the Pacific Northwest. Our providers have the benefit of a fun and innovative working environment that promotes you to be yourself and do what you love. The year-long residency program at CHAS Health will include small working group and one-on-one time with preceptors caring for CHAS Health patients as well as many continued learning didactic opportunities including:
Suturing: Simple Closure
Eye Exams in Primary Care
Anxiety and Depression: Screening, assessment, diagnosis
And many more!
You will be working in a state of the art clinic dedicated to the Nurse Practitioner Residency Program, located on the first floor of our Valley Clinic.
CHAS Health is looking for candidates who possess:
Recent graduate from a MSN or DNP program or newly licensed as advanced registered nurse practitioner.
Must be licensed in Washington and credentialed by program start date.
Desire to further learning and understanding in basic and advanced family practice care topics.
Interest in gaining experience working in a community health center setting.
Our resident will receive a competitive benefits package that includes:
13-month, full time salaried position with excellent benefits.
Residents develop their own patient panel while having a CHAS Health provider (MD or ARNP) exclusively assigned during precepted sessions with patients appointments.
Rotations offered internally and externally with primary care and specialty providers.
Scheduled didactic sessions ranging in complexity to ensure competency in areas most frequently encountered in a community health center setting.
Structured evaluation process to ensure resident satisfaction and ongoing development.