Our doctors, nurse practitioners and physician assistants provide high quality comprehensive family medical care.

Neighborhood Health, Trusted Care in Your Community

Careers


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Neighborhood Health strives to be one of today’s leaders in primary care using the latest technology and proven treatments.  We offer a workplace in which you are a member of a dedicated health team with a mission to provide quality healthcare to everyone in need. 


Neighborhood Health offers:

  • A competitive pay scale
  • Paid holidays, vacation and sick time
  • Individual and family health Insurance with cost sharing
  • Continuing education support

Please check our career portal for current open positions by clicking here.

 

 

Volunteer


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There are many ways that you can make a difference by donating your time. Neighborhood Health values those who want to give their time and expertise to help our community. Ways that you can participate:

 

Board:  Neighborhood Health has a volunteer Board of Directors. Our Board includes individuals with many different skills. We meet monthly.  For more information about this contact our CEO.


Healthcare: Are you a healthcare professional who wants to contribute by seeing patients in your office or at one of the health centers?  We would love to talk with you.  Please contact our CEO.

Student Placement Program


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Procedure to Request Placement

 

Neighborhood Health supports students, residents, and interns who plan to serve the uninsured and underserved in their future careers in medicine, nursing, behavioral health, pharmacy, and dentistry.  However, the volume of requests for placements now far exceeds the number of opportunities we can offer.  
 

The attached procedure helps us address this concern while we seek to support the work of future providers for the uninsured and underserved.  This procedure also helps to minimize our unreimbursed administrative costs for placements and ensure we comply with legal and accreditation requirements.  We make no exceptions to the procedures below.  Students, residents, and interns who do not fully comply with our procedure will be ineligible for placement at Neighborhood Health.

 

Submission of an application constitutes the consent of the student, resident, or intern to Neighborhood Health’s sole and exclusive discretion to grant and withdraw placement opportunities.  Students should not assume that an application is a confirmation of a placement.  Until we approve the placement in writing, we encourage students to continue to pursue other options.  

 

Before submitting an application students should confirm with their school that the school has a current and executed affiliation agreement with Neighborhood Health.  Neighborhood Health must have an executed affiliation agreement with the institution of the student, resident, or intern in order to consider the individual for a placement. 

 

Placement Types and Institutional Affiliations
 

Counseling Students:  We may accept counseling students (seeking to become an LPC) from Lipscomb University or from in-state public universities.  We do not accept students matriculating in online programs.  Eligible students must have a specific interest in working in integrated primary care settings rather than in traditional therapy or counseling.  If you attend Lipscomb, ask your institution to contact Neighborhood Health on your behalf.  If you attend an in-state public university, follow the procedure above.

 

Social Work Students:  We may accept social work students (seeking to become an LMSW/LCSW) from in-state public universities.    We do not accept students matriculating in online programs.  Eligible students must have a specific interest in working in integrated primary care settings rather than in traditional therapy or counseling.  If you attend an in-state public university, follow the procedure above.

 

Pharmacy Students:  We may accept pharmacy students from Belmont University or from in-state public universities.  Ask your institution to contact Neighborhood Health on your behalf.

 

Nurse Practitioner Students:  We may accept NP students from TSU, MTSU, UT, Frontier Nursing University, Union, Belmont, and Vanderbilt.  We do not accept students matriculating in online programs (except for students at Frontier who seek to work in rural settings).  Follow the procedure above.

 

Physician Assistant Students:  We may accept PA students from Trevecca Nazarene University or an in-state public university.  We do not accept students matriculating in online programs.  Ask your institution to contact Neighborhood Health on your behalf about a placement.

 

Medical Students:  We do not accept medical students except for those matriculating at Meharry Medical College or Vanderbilt’s School of Medicine.  If you attend Meharry or Vanderbilt, ask your institution to contact Neighborhood Health on your behalf.

 

Medical Residents:  If you are interested in rotating at Neighborhood Health and matriculate at an institution other than Meharry Medical College or Vanderbilt’s School of Medicine, contact Brian Haile with your request.  If you attend Meharry or Vanderbilt, ask your institution to contact Neighborhood Health on your behalf.

 

Physicians Completing Fellowship:  Contact Brian Haile directly to explain your circumstances and propose a placement.

 

Additional Materials

 

Procedure to Request Placement

Placement Application

Required Attestations from Academic Institution

Placement Intake Packet (for use once Neighborhood Health grants preliminary approval or for medical students and residents of Meharry and Vanderbilt)

Policy Booklet for Placements

Questions?

Information & Appointments
call: (615) 227-3000

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Administrative Offices:
2711 Foster Avenue
Nashville, TN 37210

(615) 227-3000

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