Information about Access Family Care...what is an FQHC?...Benefits Package?......What is our History??? Communities we serve, lifestyles, and things to do outside of work, in our area!
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Recruitment

ACCESS Family Care Recruitment Area Description

Any way you look at it, working at a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) is the place to be if your heart is to serve patients and not have to be concerned with managing administrative problems. ACCESS Family Care (ACCESS) has a full administrative team that manages the operations of the organization so that providers can do what they want—serve patients and still receive competitive salaries and benefits.

If you, as a medical or dental provider, have a heart to serve a large variety of patients, including the underprivileged, then you must consider opportunities with ACCESS. Since we are an FQHC, we receive a 330 grant from the Bureau of Primary Care that enables us to provide sliding fee discounts to those who demonstrate economic disadvantage. As an FQHC, we also receive great Medicaid reimbursement.

ACCESS Family Care is a community health center operating five medical clinics and three dental clinics serving the people of the southwest region of Missouri. ACCESS Family Care is committed to improving the health of the medically underserved of greater southwest Missouri through direct services and collaborative efforts. That is our mission; consider joining us to help fulfill that mission.

Southwest Missouri is a great place to live with lots to see and do. http://www.visitmo.com has information about our area.

Education in our part of Missouri is represented through an excellent public school system, several private schools including various religion-based schools, a large home-school population, an excellent community college, technical college and university.

Detailed information about any of Missouri’s public schools can be obtained from Missouri’s Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s web site located at http://dese.mo.gov/ Click on the School Directory feature on the right hand side and then identify the school for which you want to search.

Crowder College is a community college with its main campus located in Neosho, Missouri, and satellite campuses providing full general studies degrees in Webb City (next to Joplin), Cassville, McDonald County, and Nevada. Crowder’s web site is www.crowder.edu

Franklin Technology Center is located in Joplin. For more information visit their web site at http://www.joplin.k12.mo.us/Schools/ftc.htm

Missouri Southern State University, in Joplin, has a strong commitment to international education. http://www.mssu.edu/


The ACCESS Family Care Anderson Clinic, provides both a medical dental clinic, in Anderson, Missouri. Anderson’s population is 2,000, and although it is rural in its setting it is only about a 15 minute drive to Neosho, a 35-40 minute drive to Joplin and only a 25 minute drive to burgeoning northwest Arkansas. Anderson is located in McDonald County, one of the fastest growing counties in Missouri due to the spread from northwest Arkansas. For more information on Anderson, visit the Anderson Chamber of Commerce website at http://www.andersonmo.org/ The school district serving Anderson is the McDonald County R-I School District which serves much of McDonald County.

The ACCESS Family Care in Cassville has a new, combined medical and dental facility to serve the patients of Barry County. Cassville is a rural community of about 3,000 residents, but the summer population increases greatly due to the close proximity of Roaring River State Park, famous for its trout fishing, and Table Rock Lake. Cassville is about an hour and a half drive from Springfield, a thirty minute drive to beautiful Eureka Springs, Arkansas, and about a 45 minute drive to Branson, Missouri. For more information on Cassville, visit the Chamber of Commerce site at
http://www.cassville.com/  The school district serving Cassville is the Cassville R-IV School District.

ACCESS Family Care's Joplin Clinic serves patients in Joplin and Jasper County. Along with providing family practice medical care, this clinic, our largest, also has full dentistry services, Pediatrics, Women's Health, and Maternity Care. This clinic is bustling with activity as it serves Joplin’s 50,000 population. Joplin is a little over an hour’s drive from Springfield, about an hour and 45 minutes from Tulsa, Oklahoma, and around 2 1/2 hours due south of Kansas City. For more information on Joplin, visit the Chamber’s web site located at http://www.joplincc.com/Home.aspx  The school district serving Joplin is Joplin R-VIII Schools.

The ACCESS Family Care Clinic in Neosho is a medical clinic providing family practice medical care.  Neosho is a community of 12,000 residents, situated along the growing Interstate 49 corridor.  The Community's educational needs are served by the Neosho R-5 Public Schools.  More information on the Neosho Schools may be obtained here.

ACCESS Family Care's Mt. Vernon Clinic is a medical clinic providing family practice medical care.  Mt. Vernon is a community of 4,500 residents, situated along the Interstate 44 coridor.  The Community's educational needs are served by the Mt. Vernon Public Schools.  More information on the Mt. Vernon Schools mat be obtained here.

Would you like to find out more? Contact us.

Director of Human Resources
ACCESS Family Care
4301 Doniphan Drive
Neosho, MO  64850
(417) 451-9450 Voice
(417) 451-9459 Fax

hr@accessfamilycare.org

 
 

 

Videos

The following videos describe community health centers (CHC) from the provider and other healthcare worker's perspective:

 
 

 

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