About the Organization
JCF is a Critical Access Hospital located just south of Yosemite National Park and two hours from Fresno, California. The organization has extraordinary support of the community. JCF is comprised of an acute care hospital, 3 outpatient clinics, a growing Home Health & Hospice department and a 16 bed LTC.
JCF is recruiting for a variety of positions in the hospital, Clinics and Home Health. The JCF service area is primarily centered in the Mariposa / Oakhurst areas, (while serving Mariposa County).
18 acute care beds - Acute daily census -1.3
LTC beds - LTC daily census 16
46,564 outpatient visits annually
Home health and hospice services
CT Scanner, MRI and ultrasound (onsite with variable days)
29 Medical Providers on staff, inclusive of specialists, family and emergency medicine
CPSI- EMR system
Certificate of Recognition and Achievement | California Hospital Engagement Network
About the Community:
About the Community
Mariposa County has a population of 18,000 which includes a population of approximately 2000 people in the unincorporated town of Mariposa. Elevations of populated areas are between 500 (Catheys Valley ranch area) to 4,000 (Mariposa Pines in mountain pines). The hospital and surrounding town elevation is 2,000. It lies in the rugged foothill area of the Sierra Nevada. Mariposa County includes Yosemite Valley, where world famous Yosemite National Park is located, along with other lake and boating areas, miles of scenic trails and other popular tourist destinations. The county lies at the southern end of the Mother Lode, (the hub of the California Gold Rush during the 19th century).
Mariposa is a vibrant rural community ideal for a candidate and or family who love the outdoors and enjoy seasonal activities, (skiing, boating, rafting, etc.). In addition to other outdoor activities, there is motor boating, fishing, camping, and there is a strong equestrian community including a popular trail riding group.