Careers

Every time a caring, competent professional joins our team, we're stronger than ever. Apply to work with us and help your community thrive.

What's It Like to Work With Us?

Just as we offer quality health care to anyone who needs it, we provide equal opportunities for all our employees and job applicants – regardless of their race, color, religion, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, marital status, body type, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other protected category.

We are committed to offering competitive living wages for all positions. Eligible employees are provided with an excellent benefits package:

  • paid time off
  • built-in paid holidays
  • medical, dental, and vision insurance (including family coverage)
  • life insurance
  • short- and long-term disability
  • 401K retirement savings with an employer match
  • Health Savings accounts

We assist the providers we hire with applying for federal loan repayment programs – so they can focus on serving the community.

The National Health Service Corps (NHSC) loan repayment program assists in the recruitment and retention of medical, dental, and mental health care providers by providing loan repayment to those who enter into service obligations. These service obligations require participants to provide full-time, primary health care services at an eligible nonprofit practice site located in a Health Professional Shortage Area (HPSA) for a period of two to four years. Our clinics fit that description, so not only can our hired providers be assisted financially – they can enjoy a supportive work environment on a caring team.

Northwest Michigan Health Services, Inc. 

Open Positions

Registered Dental Assistant - Traverse City

Dental Coordinator - Traverse City

Certified Medical Assistant - Traverse City

Practice Manager - Traverse City

Community Health RN - Traverse City

Certified Medical Assistant - Benzonia

Community Health Medical Assistant - Benzonia

Patient Waiting Area Attendant - Benzonia

RN Care Manager - Traverse City

RN Care Manager - Lundington / Shelby

Bilingual Patient Waiting Area Attendant - Shelby

Behavioral Health Therapist, LMSW - Mason County (School Based Health Program)

General Dentist - Manistee

Family Nurse Practitioner - Ludington

Family Nurse Practitioner - Manisee (School Based Health Program)

Certified Medical Assistant - Manistee (School Based Health Program)

Patient Registration Specialist - Manistee (School Based Health Program)

Employment, Internship, and Volunteer Opportunities

To apply or inquire, contact Mindy Aguilar, Director of Human Resources, at [email protected] or call 231-947-1112 extension 202

 

A message from our CEO:

We at NMHSI want to assure our patients and public that we are here for you. We are responding to rapidly-evolving recommendations regarding COVID-19 to assure the safety of our healthcare staff and community. We remain open and available to serve medical and behavioral health patients. We are pre-screening patients who present with fevers and cough, and triaging them out of our clinics for the most appropriate testing and follow-up. Responding to the recommendations of the Michigan Dental Association, we are now able to provide preventive dental services again, and are scheduling our existing patients whose appointments were cancelled previously. As always our medical, dental and behavioral health staff are available to our patients in our clinics and by phone at (231) 947-0351.

NMHSI is doing drive-through COVID testing at the Traverse City Clinic, 10767 E. Traverse Hwy. and at the Shelby Clinic at 119 S. State Street in partnership with Benzie-Leelanau Health Department and District Health Department #10. Anyone interested in being tested can call our COVID Test Hotline at 231-642-5292 for an appointment.

To support our patients and community who are suffering from increased anxiety and depression during COVID, we have a COVID Stress Warm Line. Call 231-655-3867 to speak to a counselor 8-4 M-F.

We will continue to post updates on Facebook and communicate changes to our patients through text, email, patient portal and phone contact.

Visit our COVID-19 page for more information.