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Applications are due February 16, 2024.
Starting September 2024
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A demonstrated commitment to working in an underserved community.
Interest in gaining experience working in a community health center setting.
Self-directed and enthusiastic learners.
Our Advanced Practice Provider Residency provides the opportunity to train in a pioneering Community Health Center that prioritizes integrated, team-based care.
Founded in 1975 in a single house in a low-income downtown neighborhood, Yakima Neighborhood Health Services today includes 10 primary care locations up and down the beautiful Yakima Valley.
You will practice in a high-performance PCMH model of care. Integration of care and services is central to the YNHS mission. Our Healthcare for the Homeless program has a long track record based on the recognition that housing is health care.
We have dedicated resources for LGBTQ youth, Veterans, and farmworker health. A significant portion of our patient population works in the orchards and fields of the Yakima Valley, the fruit bowl of the nation.
Become part of the YNHS family – a nationally recognized health center!
Yakima Neighborhood Health’s Advanced Practice Provider Residency focuses on increasing professional competency, confidence, and understanding of the unique population of our community. During the 12-month residency, you will work directly with specialists and primary care providers to increase your confidence and knowledge when caring for patients, many of whom have multiple chronic conditions.
You will work alongside experienced healthcare providers from a variety of disciplines including nursing, medicine, pharmacy, and behavioral health.
Earn $95,000 including benefits, which makes YNHS one of the most competitive programs in Washington State.
|Amelia Rutter, MSN, MPH
John Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, School of Nursing and Bloomberg School of Public Health
|Jocelyn Pedrosa, MD FAAP
Chief Medical Officer, Yakima Neighborhood Health Services; University of the Philippines, College of Medicine
|Cierra N. DeLay, DO
Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine
|Wint Su Wai, MD
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health
|Rodrigo Franco Lara