Western Sierra Medical Clinic is a nonprofit community health center that provides first-rate health care in Nevada, Sierra, Placer and Yuba counties. We know that our most valuable resources are our employees, so we offer many benefits to help provide a great work-life balance and promote a healthy, cohesive work environment.
Please welcome family nurse practitioner Shirley McCulloch, who has more than three decades of experience, to the Western Sierra Medical Clinic health center in Kings Beach, California. McCulloch, a certified midwife since 1985, has extensive experience in family, women's and geriatric health. From annual checkups to dealing with chronic conditions, McCulloch and the health care team at the Kings Beach-Tahoe health center have you covered.
Family Nurse Practitioner
We are expanding and actively recruiting for opportunities in Grass Valley, Penn Valley and Auburn.
Enjoy the benefits of a rural lifestyle while remaining close to large cities and airports:
There’s a great work-life balance at Western Sierra Medical Clinic – find out how you can have all of this and more when you work at Western Sierra.
Call today for more details: (530) 273-4984, ext. 108 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Western Sierra has much to offer career-minded providers looking for a fast-growing and forward-looking health center committed to the health and wellness of its community and residents. The largest outpatient provider in the region is seeking dedicated and highly skilled providers, ranging from primary care physicians and specialists to dentists and mid-level practitioners.
Our providers make a difference every day, from treating mothers with soon-to-be newborns to seniors living with chronic conditions. Our health center accepts everyone, including patients on government health care programs and those with private insurance. Western Sierra has health centers in Grass Valley, Auburn, Penn Valley and Downieville, and another health center opens soon in Kings Beach (Tahoe). We serve about 20,000 patients, or one of every four people in the region. The health center plays an integral role in the health and wellness of the community.
It’s a big responsibility, one that we embrace and take very seriously—and ask the same of our providers.
Western Sierra’s mission is to provide accessible, quality medical, dental and behavioral health services through innovative, patient-centered care in our communities. And we’re always looking at how we can expand our far-reaching mission. So, if you’re looking for a challenging (in a good way) and rewarding career, and a rural lifestyle, please consider Western Sierra Medical Clinic.
Health care is an ever-changing, fast-growing industry and Western Sierra provides numerous opportunities for students to develop their skills and get hands-on training through our internship program. Western Sierra partners with several Colleges, local high schools, and numerous other organizations to ensure health care-focused students get the experience they need.
If you are interested in learning more about our internship opportunities, please contact the Human Resources Department at email@example.com.
This health center receives HHS funding and has Federal Public Health Service (PHS) deemed status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.