Henry J. Austin Health Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) and Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC).  FQHC is a federal designation from the Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC) and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) that is assigned to private non-profit or public health care organizations that serve predominantly uninsured or medically underserved populations. FQHCs are located in or serving a federally designated Medically Underserved Area.

Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, civil union, domestic partnership, affectional or sexual orientation, genetic information, sex, gender identity, disability or veteran status. Henry J. Austin Health Center is an accessible and equitable employer.

Benefits we offer to all permanent employees:

  • Excellent Medical, Dental, Vision package
  • 401k
  • Incentive Bonus Program
  • Vacation time, personal days, sick time, and ten paid holidays
  • For Contracted Providers: we are an approved Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSAs) site, meaning employees can apply to the HRSA Loan Repayment Programs. Learn more here and here.

Nurse Practitioner Residency

In just one year, you could be someone making a lasting difference in the lives of hundreds of people in the community who need you.

AmeriCorps, Students & Volunteers

Our student and volunteer opportunities at Henry J. Austin Health Center offers vital assistance to people in need, worthwhile causes, and the community.

We are pleased to announce the following job opportunities. Some of these positions may have been previously posted:

Questions?

The HR Department is available to assist in all employment inquires.

Maria Santiago, Director of Human Resources
Shelby Kuster, Human Resource Specialist
Ms. Asia Miles Shakur, HR/Payroll Administrator
Ms. Nancy Perez, Provider Enrollment/Credentialing Specialist

HJAHC is a FTCA Deemed Facility. Under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA), once deemed, centers that have followed the guidelines and requirements of the FTCA may not be liable for any settlements or judgments that are made. The Federal government assumes responsibility for these costs. Under these circumstances, deemed health center program grantees may be immune from medical malpractice lawsuits resulting from the performance of medical, surgical, dental, or related functions within the approved scope of project. A patient who alleges acts of medical malpractice by a deemed health center cannot sue the center or the provider directly, but must file the claim against the United States Government.