To improve the health of people living in the culturally diverse community of Northern New Mexico through access to the highest quality healthcare, education, research and advocacy.
Want to work in a judgment-free environment focused on compassionate care, respect, and dignity of our patients? Do you want to make a difference in your community to enhance the quality of life for all its members? At Southwest Care we believe that everyone deserves access to quality healthcare and we need team players like you to help succeed in our mission. Please click the link below to watch a short video on the great work being carried out at Southwest Care Center and then review our open positions.
|Title:||Nurse Practitioner - Internal Medicine|
|Location:||1691 Galisteo St, Suite D, Santa Fe, NM|
Join our team of world-class providers and enjoy the added benefit of living in Santa Fe, New Mexico - the Land of Enchantment.
Southwest CARE Center (SCC) is seeking a full time Internal Medicine Nurse Practitioner to support our growing patient population. Founded in 1996 for the treatment and care of people living with HIV, SCC has also become a thriving primary care practice offering care and support to patients across the life span. Providing judgment-free healthcare that every person deserves, our growing practice currently includes 3 clinic locations in Santa Fe and 1 in Albuquerque.
Serve as a core member of a collaborative care team that includes a consulting psychiatric practitioner, case managers, nurses, medical assistants, and Clinical Pharmacists at our growing Internal/Family Medicine clinic in Santa Fe focusing on outpatient primary care. We have an active clinical research program with research opportunities available.
Please take a moment to review the short film below, which chronicles the great work going on at SCC
We offer an outstanding benefit package including health and welfare benefits, generous time off and CME support. We will also provide relocation assistance and student loan forgiveness to qualified candidates