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Este centro de salud recibe fondos del HHS y tiene un estatus de Servicio Federal de Salud Pública con respecto a ciertas reclamaciones de salud o relacionadas con la salud, incluyendo las reclamaciones por negligencia médica, para sí mismo y para los Servicios de Salud de las personas cubiertas.

 

Este Centro de Salud es un concesionario del Programa de Centros de Salud bajo 42 U.S.C. 254B y un empleado del Servicio de Salud Pública considerados menos de 42 U.S.C. 233 (g) - (n).

Dirección: 2265 3ra Avenida
(Esquina de la calle E. 123)

New York, NY, 10035 

Teléfono: 212-289-6650 
Fax: 212-360-6149 
E-mail: info@boriken.org 

Horas: 

Lunes y Miércoles: 8am - 6pm 
Martes, Jueves y Viernes: 8am - 5pm 
Sábado: 8am - 4pm
Domingo: Cerrado

Farmacia Boriken
 

Para aceder la farmacia, Haga Clic aquí
o use nuestra aplicación titulada “Boriken Pharmacy” disponible para iPhone y Android.

Portal del Paciente

Para aceder el Portal del Paciente, Haga clic aquí o use la aplicación de Healow con el codigo HBEHAA.

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Careers

Open Full-Time Positions

CLINICAL:

  • MEDICAL DIRECTOR

  • REGISTERED NURSE

  • CLINICAL QUALITY ANALYST

  • DENTAL ASSISTANT

  • BILINGUAL (SPANISH) CERTIFIED MEDICAL ASSISTANT

OTHER:

  • DIRECTOR OF SENIOR NUTRITION PROGRAM

  • DIRECTOR OF BILINGUAL HEAD START PROGRAM

  • OUTREACH WORKER​


 

To Apply:

 

Please forward resume & cover letter including salary requirements to:

East Harlem Council for Human Services, Inc.

Human Resources Department

2265 Third Avenue

New York, New York 10035-2231

Fax:  (212)289-0280

Email:  hr@boriken.org

MEDICAL DIRECTOR

Responsibilities:  Oversees all clinical activities of the Boriken Neighborhood Health Center and other East Harlem Council for Human Services programs. Plans, organizes, supervises and evaluates health care services, including primary care, diagnostic, treatment, therapeutic, support, health education and other health-related services. Ensures the coordination of referrals to other agencies and providers for services not available onsite. Responsible for oversight of performance improvement and clinical risk management activities, development of new and evaluation of existing clinical programs, training of health professionals including medical, nursing, dental and other students and residents/fellows, maintenance of an appropriate complement of competent, trained health care staff and up-to-date clinical and operational policies and procedures.  Maintain limited patient care schedule.

 

Qualifications: Board certified or eligible physician (Internist, Pediatrician or Family Medicine Physician) with experience in public health. Medical professional with excellent organizational, management, written & oral communication and interpersonal skills. At least 10 years of experience providing primary care and five years of administering services. Understanding of requirements of Patient Centered Medical Home (NCQA), Meaningful Use, value-based payment methodologies proposed for NY State and DSRIP. Master in Public Health preferred. Bilingual (Spanish) preferred.  Commitment to provide the highest quality of patient-centered, culturally competent care to diverse patient populations.

 

REGISTERED NURSE

Responsibilities: Assess patient health problems and needs, develop and implement nursing care plans, and maintain medical records. Administer nursing care during preventive care services to the ill, injured, convalescent, or disabled patients. Advise patients on health maintenance and disease prevention, and provide medical case management. Maintain accurate, detailed reports and records. Monitor record and report symptoms and changes in patients’ condition, consult and coordinate with health care team members to assess, plan, implement and evaluate patient care plans. Maintain all licensure requirements; adhere to the Center’s clinical protocols and other formal continuing education activities. Perform other functions necessary for the proper care of patients and functioning of the Center.

 

Qualifications: Current New York State Registered Nursing License, CPR certification, Infection Control Certification, Bilingual (Spanish) preferred; and excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills. 

 

CLINICAL QUALITY ANALYST

Responsibilities:  The Clinical Quality Analyst serves as the bridge, between the informatics, clinical and administrative departments, to promote quality care. The Clinical Quality Analyst uses data generated from the electronic medical record and other sources to implement and continuously maintain systems and processes to improve the quality of care rendered to the patients of the East Harlem Council for Human Services, Inc. Boriken Health Center and its School Health Program (Boriken). 

 

Qualifications: Registered Nurse, Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner with a minimum of 1 year of Quality Improvement experience in addition to 4 years of clinical experience. Proficiency with eClinicalWorks. Super-user preferred. Experience in quality improvement or program coordination. Excellent data analysis skills, basic understanding of statistics, program evaluation methods, and program planning tools/methods. Experience in a community-based health center or FQHC setting preferred. Ability to take the initiative and utilize innovative techniques. Experience in producing clinical report documents from source databases. Ability to work with a diverse group of clinical, administrative and executive staff members. Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills. Excellent communications skills, including writing and presentation skills. Ability to work in a dynamically changing environment with competing priorities. Obtain and/or maintain current proficiency the EMR through continued education/learning.

 

DENTAL ASSISTANT

Responsibilities: Assist dentist chair-side during examination and treatment of patients. Prepare operatory instruments and supplies for the scheduled treatment procedure. Seat and prepare patients for treatment. Prepare restorative materials and cements as required and pass instruments to the dentist. Take, develop, mount and file radiographs. Dismiss patients and disinfect the operatory. Provide post-operative instructions as required. Maintain an inventory of supplies. Clean dental operatory as needed. Clean and maintain dental equipment, including hand pieces on a regular basis. Monitor laboratory cases by logging cases leaving and returning to the health center. Pour stone or plaster models and assist the dentist with laboratory work as needed. Sterilize instruments by the appropriate method and return them to proper drawers or trays. Clean and maintain the dental laboratory, vacuum machine, x-ray equipment and autoclaves. Monitor sterilization equipment with biological indicators. Record notes and data in dental chart. Obtain patient medical history and blood pressure; record information in dental chart. Assist in the reception area as needed.

 

Qualifications: Bilingual Spanish preferred. High School Diploma or G.E.D. Certification from a Dental Assistant Program.

BILINGUAL (SPANISH) CERTIFIED MEDICAL ASSISTANT 

Responsibilities: Observes general condition of patient. Immediately notifies provider of presence of acutely ill patients. Reviews charts for completeness before the patients are seen by the provider. Ensures that any laboratory test results or screening ordered at last visit is completed and documented. Able to perform phlebotomy functions. Demonstrates efficient use of work time. Prepares patient for examinations and assists when necessary. Assists provider with administering treatments. Records health indicators, (height & weight) vital signs, hearing and vision screening. Provides follow-up on missed appointments. Assists provider’s follow-up on all abnormal labs. Records all patient information in the electronic chart. Ensures that charts are accurate and up-to-date. Translates when necessary. Completes assignments with minimal or no supervision. Demonstrates flexibility and willingness to perform other tasks as may be assigned. Recycle instruments according to shelf life. Performs other functions necessary for the proper functioning of the Council.


Qualifications: High School graduate or GED, preferred. Certified as a Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) through the National Health Career Association. Knowledgeable and experienced in a hospital, medical center or health facility, knowledge of computers; and must function well within group settings. Must communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Bilingual: Spanish/English required.

DIRECTOR OF SENIOR NUTRITION PROGRAM (SNP)

Responsibilities: Responsible for planning, implementing and overall administration, supervision and coordination of services and operation of the program.
 

Qualifications: Master degree in social work or related field, or a Bachelor degree with a minimum of seven years experience in supervision and administration of program.

DIRECTOR OF BILINGUAL HEAD START PROGRAM (HS)

Responsibilities: The Head Start Program Director coordinates all functions of the programs, provides leadership, supervises, and reports the CEO. Work in planning, designing, implementing and evaluating program systems and in representing the agency in local, regional, state and national communities. The Head Start Program Director is responsible for assuring that all program mandates and regulations are met on a daily basis. This position develops the structure, systems and procedures that align with the mandates and regulations, and ensures that policies are carried out throughout the program. In addition to operational functions, the Director stays knowledgeable of fiscal, legal, and programmatic aspects of the programs. The position endures the leadership and responsibility of assuring that the program is strategically positioned for the future.
 

Qualifications: Master’s degree with a concentration in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, Social Work, or a related field. Five years of experience in Head Start programming and administration, including systems development. Leadership experience in a Head Start program of comparable size. Strong skills in Head Start program planning, monitoring and management. Experience working with a nonprofit organization . Strong understanding of the Head Start grant application process and reporting systems (ChildPlus), with proven success in securing funding. Experience in leading significant, forward-looking change initiatives. Preferably Bilingual/Spanish.

 

OUTREACH WORKER

Responsibilities:  Provide educational outreach, preventive and referral services to all patients/clients of the Council. 

 

Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED, NYS Driver’s License, 2 years of experience in health education and outreach. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Reliable. Flexible schedule. Quick Learner. Bilingual Spanish/English required.