Neighborhood Healthcare began as an all-volunteer neighborhood clinic in Escondido and now has 11 health centers located throughout San Diego and Riverside counties. Throughout our expansion we have consistently maintained our commitment to elevating the health of those communities in which we serve.
We are collaborative to the core, ensuring that we consistently deliver exceptional and whole-hearted care our 65,000 patients have come to expect from Neighborhood Healthcare.
We work together to achieve our mission with humility and genuine respect for each member of our team and each member of our community.
We are seeking compassionate individuals to join our team! From administrative roles like Patient Service Representatives to professional roles like Psychiatrists, we are confident you can find your fit here. Currently, we are in great need of Medical Assistants - a valued role at our organization.
We're helping people live their strongest, healthiest lives and we’re having a good time doing it. With a family-oriented atmosphere, you’ll get the support you need to thrive.
Our goal is to motivate, engage and retain the best team members to continue to provide the best in care. We believe in strength through diversity.
As part of our commitment, you will receive the encouragement and guidance to achieve your professional and personal goals.
Neighborhood Healthcare is successful because of our people. That’s why we applaud your efforts with team gatherings and employee recognition events.
We have a strong desire to help others through our ability to take on the feelings and perspectives of others. We give the benefit of the doubt to patients, coworkers and staff because we never know what they might be going through. We practice proactive compassion by asking questions to more deeply understand another’s reasons and actions. This helps us to make better decisions and build trust.
We anticipate the needs of others, and work to help them with both present and future challenges. We go out of our way to provide service to our patients and exceed their expectations. We don’t wait for someone else to take action, but instead are proactive to get things done. We put feedback into action, and strive to continually improve our work and the environment around us.
We make time to help others, and share information and resources openly and proactively. We are open with feedback and generous with praise. We give freely of our time, talents and resources without expecting anything in return.
We take ownership of our work and responsibilities, and demonstrate a high level of personal accountability. We are quick to own our mistakes, and take the necessary actions to fix them. We act with professionalism, and demonstrate it in our words and actions. We don’t engage or listen to gossip as it hurts the team and mission. We take pride in our work, and don’t compromise the quality through low effort or shortcuts.
The phrase “It’s not my job.” isn’t part of our vocabulary. We put the team’s goals above our own, and don’t see the two as separate but as part of a greater whole - serving the patient. We value the strengths and skills each person brings to the team. We work towards unity of interests and actions. We treat everyone with respect independent of their role or disagreement with us.