Job ID: 290122846  |  Last Updated: 12/31/2022

Adult Nurse Practitioner - PACE Program

Family Health Centers of San Diego
San Diego, CA
Applicant Contact
Alexa Walker
Senior Physician Recruiter
(619) 269-4041

Job Description

Family Health Centers of San Diego (FHCSD) is looking for an Adults Nurse Practitioner to join our team at our PACE Program in College Grove. Under the direction of the Chief Medical Officer and in collaboration with Assistant Medical Director, PACE, the Nurse Practitioner offers and provides complete medical services to PACE participants.

As a provider for Family Health Centers of San Diego PACE, you embrace a spirit of service to provide caring, affordable, high quality healthcare and supportive services to PACE participants. You thrive on the challenge of working in a fast-paced environment with many chronically ill patients, knowing you are making a difference in your community every day. You enjoy partnering with the provider team to provide excellence in medical services.


Completes all required documentation accurately, timely and thoroughly in accordance with department standards and to comply with electronic medical record requirements, including medication reconciliation, and finalizing notes.
Participates in PACE Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) meetings
Follows FHCSD policies and procedures, including (but not limited to), cooperating with the timely submission of credentialing and licensing paperwork; maintaining BLS certification; maintaining CME units based on the requirements of the specifying Board; attending all mandatory meetings; minimizing incident reports; using resources efficiently and practicing medicine in a cost-effective manner.
Maintain FHCSD behavioral standards, including (but not limited to), effective listening and communication skills and respectful interactions with colleagues and patients.
Maintains satisfactory peer reviews: able to assess medical information including pathophysiology, patient presentation, differential diagnosis, etc., in order to facilitate health promotion and disease prevention.
Meets clinic site and organization needs in a reliable and flexible manner; prioritizes work and makes an effort to adhere to schedule.
Participate in Clinical Outcomes Program and work towards meeting organizational targets for all metrics.
Participates in administrative duties, including lab reports, charts, and medication refills reviewed and managed appropriately.
Performs other duties as assigned.

2 years of experience working in an out-patient clinic setting as an Advanced Practice Provider required
1 year of experience working with underserved, low-income older adult persons preferred
Ability to work effectively with patients from diverse social, cultural and economic groups.
Basic computer literacy ability to comply with department needs and expectations (i.e., electronic medical record documentation).
Bilingual (English/Spanish) capabilities strongly desired. Cultural and linguistic sensitivity to populations served required.
Knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy, physiology, and concepts of disease.
Knowledge of patient care activities, the clinic environment, and how the services and functions interact.
Knowledge of, and ability to take a detailed medical history, to conduct a physical examination, to follow observation procedures, to order and perform diagnostic and therapeutic tasks, and to exercise a degree of judgment in integrating and interpreting findings on the basis of general medical knowledge.
Must possess a demonstrated commitment to community medicine and to serve homeless and medically underserved families.


Job type: Full Time and Part Time Opportunities Available
Competitive Salary with Excellent Benefits
Retirement Plan with Employer Match
Paid Time Off, Extended Sick Leave and Paid Holidays
Medical/Dental/Vision/FSA/Life Insurance
Employee Discounts and Wellness Programs

FHCSD was founded by community activists working towards a common goal: caring, affordable, high-quality medical care for all. We are proud to continue this mission today as we provide accessible services to over 210,000 patients across San Diego County. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated commitment to community medicine and providing culturally competent care to the medically underserved.

Compensation Range: $135,000 - $165,000.00 annually depending on experience.

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