Job Search for Executives

Community Healthcare Center is committed to hiring employees who share our passion for providing the best possible experience for our patients. Delivering top-notch customer service is not just a goal at Community Healthcare Center: it is an essential job duty. As a prospective employee entering the job search, you must read and accept the Philosophy, Standards and Code of Conduct below in order to be directed to the job postings.

Our Philosophy – Community Healthcare Center C.A.R.E.S

As a prospective employee, I will always demonstrate through my words, actions and attitude the C.A.R.E.S. philosophy requiring me to:

C arry a customer service mindset.

A sk how I can help.

R espond to requests promptly, politely, thoroughly, and timely.

E mpathize with others.

S ay “Thank you for choosing Community Healthcare Center.”

Standards

Applying for a position with Community Healthcare Center means you share a willingness to commit to the Center mission, values and vision. You pledge to conduct yourself ethically and serve others with your unique talents. Staff commitment to our mission of service is critical in meeting the health needs of the north central Texas community. Center employees share our charge to provide primary care, education and preventive services to patients. Our standards of behavior are exemplified through every action every day. Commitment to our standards maintains the integrity of the Center as a place where everyone can receive high quality care delivered with compassion.

Each of us must work together to accomplish our mission and further our reputation for honesty, integrity and respect for those we serve and for one another.

Code of Conduct

Compliance with our Code of Conduct, which employees sign upon hire, means “doing the right thing.” Our policies and procedures are written and implemented in compliance with the regulations and the standards of care, which essentially are “the right thing.”

As a Community Healthcare Center team member, I will:

  • Abide by the policies and procedures of the Center
  • Be honest and work with integrity
  • Deliver top-notch customer service through the C.A.R.E.S philosophy
  • Follow privacy laws including the HIPAA and HITECH Acts
  • Respect patients, co-workers and volunteers

"Wonderful bunch of people working there. Always get really good care…"

- Dental Patient

Mission

To provide access to high quality, respectful and patient-centered primary and preventive healthcare services for everyone.

Vision

Community Healthcare Center will eliminate health disparities and inequities in our community by being the provider of choice for primary medical, dental and behavioral healthcare services.

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Screening usually starts at age 45, but can vary based on risk factors.

There are various screening methods available, such as colonoscopy and stool tests.

Have more questions? Talk to your Community Healthcare Center provider at your next visit or visit cancer.org/colonguidelines.
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Screening usually starts at age 45, but can vary based on risk factors.

There are various screening methods available, such as colonoscopy and stool tests.

Have more questions? Talk to your Community Healthcare Center provider at your next visit or visit cancer.org/colonguidelines.
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