Mid-Level Provider (FNP or PA): Full time, benefited position available in both our Trinity and Hayfork Community Clinics. This position will provide primary care as per the collaborative agreement/protocols on file in the RHC and according to the policies and procedures of the health clinic. We are looking for a candidate that will practice within the scope of practice as delineated by the practitioner’s education, experience and policies of the clinic; comply with all appropriate requirements for clinic quality assurance and certification. Maintaining licensure and/or board certification is required as is having clear verbal and written communication skills. Further requirements are as follows: Successful completion of an accredited Nurse Practitioner or Physician’s Assistant program at the graduate level; leading to a master’s Degree and/or meets the Advanced Nursing Practice or Physician’s Assistant requirements set forth by the California State Board of Nursing Applicant, may not have any unresolved malpractice suits pending against him/her and shall not have any unresolved complaints on file in any state where he/she has license to practice medicine. Computer literacy is also required. At least two years’ experience in rural health practice is preferred, but we are willing to consider a new graduate.
About Mountain Communities Healthcare District
Trinity Hospital is located in Trinity County, a mountainous, forested area that is located between Redding and Eureka. It is nestled in the basin just below the beautiful Trinity Alps and is a historic gold rush town.
Trinity Hospital is owned and operated by Mountain Communities Healthcare
District and has been in existence at its present location in Weaverville since the late 1800’s. During the early years, it was home to approximately five elderly residents and had one or two beds for acute care patients.
Today, Trinity Hospital has 25 acute care beds, 25 skilled nursing beds. The hospital offers a 24 hour emergency room, surgical services, and provides many out patient services including laboratory, diagnostic imaging, physical therapy, home health, and two rural health clinics.
Each month, 35 to 40 patients are admitted for acute care and approximately 20 surgeries and 34 endoscopic procedures are performed. The emergency room is staffed with in house physicians and is very busy, especially during the summer tourist season. The laboratory has state of the art chemistry and hematology analyzers, and provides basic bacteriology, immune hematology and coagulation services. The diagnostic imaging department provides basic x-rays, ultrasound, and CT scan services.
In order to assure quality care the hospital has local and consulting physicians working closely with our entire staff.
The Directors and staff are committed to ensuring the availability of and accessibility to emergency medical care, and primary and preventive health care in a cost effective and fiscally responsible manner to all the people in the communities we serve. At this small, rural facility they offer quality care with a personal touch that you can count on.