About the Organization
Colorado Community Health Network (CCHN) is the membership association for the 18 Community Health Centers (CHCs) in Colorado. Some know them as Federally Qualified Health Centers. CCHN is committed to:
Educating policy makers and stakeholders about the unique needs of CHCs and their patients.
Providing resources to ensure that CHCs are strong organizations.
Supporting CHCs in maintaining the highest quality care.
CHCs are located throughout the state in mountainous, plains, rural, frontier, and urban settings. They provide comprehensive medical, dental and behavioral health care to one in eight Coloradans.
CHCs are unique in that they are governed by community boards where 51% of the board is patients.
CHCs provide health care to low income working families.
CHCs serve all patients regardless of their ability to pay.
CHCs are rewarding places to work!
They offer opportunities to grow, lead and try new things.
Employees are able to fulfill their passion to serve others.
Health care providers see the impact of their work firsthand!
Paid malpractice coverage.
Robust benefits with CME, vacation time, medical/dental benefits and more.
CHCs qualify for the National Health Service Corps and Colorado Health Service Corps incentive programs.
CHCs offer multiple work schedules.
If you want a rewarding job where you can make a difference then CHCs are for you. Make a Difference Not Just a Living!