About the Organization
An inviting career opportunity awaits you with Peninsula Community Health Services (PCHS)PCHS is a non-profit community health center. We serve a diverse population of uninsured and underinsured patients. We are not a free clinic, but offer a reduced fee for uninsured patients based on household income. Providers who do well in this system are those with compassion, who find intrinsic reward in serving the underserved.
Bremerton, located just across Puget Sound from Seattle, is the largest city on the Kitsap Peninsula. The Peninsula lies between the snow-capped Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges, and is surrounded by the waters of Puget Sound.
Kitsap County has more than 200 miles of shoreline, and claims the distinction of having more saltwater shore than any other county in the United States. Everywhere you look, youll find sparkling water, majestic mountains, and the tall evergreens that make the Pacific Northwest so breathtakingly beautiful.
Please visit our website at pchsweb.org for more information about our clinics. Other sites are: www.practiceinparadise.org; (recruiting site with information about the peninsula); www.bremertonchamber.org
(Bremerton Chamber of Commerce)
We offer CME allowance which can also be used for licensure, certifications, textbooks and organization memberships.
We offer a competitive benefits package
184 hours of annual PTO leave
48 hours of EIB (Extended Illness Bank)
40 hours of CME
2 weeks of paid jury duty
$10,000 of Life Insurance
EAP(Employee Assistance Program)
Culture & Recreation
Opportunities for recreation in Kitsap County is limitless. There are endless opportunities for various activities such as kayaking, scuba diving, sailing and power boating. Hunting season provides opportunity for deer, elk, bear and wild fowl. Visit the Olympic Rain Forest, snowshoe, snow board or cross country ski in the Olympic Mountains. Visit a local winery, relax in a natural hot spring, or shop in the many unique gift shops and art galleries. Kitsap County has theater, sporting events, concerts fairs, rodeos, racecar driving, symphony etc. The Admiral Theater offers nationally acclaimed acts and celebrity performers throughout the year at its historic location.
Parks abound in waterfront, wooded and mountain locations. We have a world-class ice rink affording opportunities for ice-hockey, figure skating and recreational skating as well. Opportunities abound for soccer, Little League, softball and Pee Wee football enthusiasts.
Housing & Schools
Affordability is a major attraction to living in Kitsap County. The average price of a home in Kitsap County is well below the average in surrounding counties.
Whether you are interested in K-12, finishing your degree, obtaining a post graduate degree or finding a resource for Continuing Education credits the Puget Sound area affords a number of fine institutions to meet your needs. Visit the link below for more information.