We're Looking for Providers

Erie seeks providers in the Chicago and Waukegan areas who are interested in improving health and well-being in diverse underserved communities, providing ongoing comprehensive primary care to patients of all ages alongside an interdisciplinary health care team, and training the next generation of community-oriented primary care providers.

COVID-19 vaccine documentation is required for all employees.

Full and Part-Time Provider Roles

OB/GYN Care

Family Medicine

Internal Medicine

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Chicago Area

 


OB/GYN Hospitalist

An opportunity to work with OB/GYN and Family Medicine residents and medical students at our partner hospitals, Northwestern Memorial Hospital or Swedish Hospital (Part of NorthShore). Participate in a full spectrum practice where our OB/GYNs function as specialists.

 

 

 

 


OB/GYN Physician 

This role provides comprehensive women’s health care services to patients including prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease. Participate in a full spectrum practice where our OB/GYNs function as specialists.

 

 

 

 

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Erie HealthReach Waukegan
(and other Erie sites)

Family Medicine Physician

Join a diverse and talented team providing full-scope Family Medicine at Erie Family Health Centers. 

 

Family Medicine Associate

Guide operations and strategic planning for Erie Healthreach Waukegan Health Center, a location with 30,000 patient visits annually.

 

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Chicago Area


Internal Medicine Physician

Provide full-scope internal medicine at Erie and enjoy many opportunities for education, leadership, research, advocacy and career growth.

Other Provider Roles Needed

Roles are full time, part time, per diem and flex.

  • Advanced Practice Nurses
  • Physician Assistants
  • Certified Nurse Midwives
  • Dental Providers
  • Behavioral Health Consultants
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Enjoy all that Chicago has to offer: award-winning food, iconic attractions, and vibrant neighborhoods. Erie's Chicago community health centers are located in Humboldt Park, West Town, and Albany Park neighborhoods.

EV SK

Ranked as the #1 best place to live in Cook County, Evanston boasts an area, urban feel while still being the home to many parks and five beaches. This city has a happening arts scene, multiple breweries, and plenty of whimsical book stores, coffee shops, and thrift stores. Evanston is home to Northwestern University and is located just a train ride from the Windy City

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Located just 35 miles north of Chicago, Waukegan is a quiet suburban city offering an array of outdoor recreation activities, including forest centers and amusement parks, as well as a beautiful shore front and arts community.

Benefits of Working with Erie Family Health Centers

As part of our commitment to remaining a top workplace in the Chicago area, Erie offers competitive compensation, generous paid time off, benefits, and many opportunities for learning and growth.

  • Medical, dental and vision health insurance
  • Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Flexible spending accounts (FSA)
  • Generous PTO
  • 401k Retirement Program
  • Opportunity for Spanish-language immersion program to become proficient in medical Spanish
  • Eligible for student loan repayment through the National Health Service Corp (NHSC) & Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA)
  • Eligible for student loan forgiveness through Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) through the Federal Government
  • Financial support for your license renewal fees
  • Reimbursement for cell phone usage and related expenses
  • Receive funds and paid time off for continuing medical education (CMEs)
  • Engage in monthly Grand Rounds, Journal Clubs, and a wide array of educational opportunities

Our Committment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Erie Family Health Centers believes that healthcare is a human right. We acknowledge the deep history of systemic oppression, racism, and discrimination that plagues our communities. We recognize that historically marginalized groups have long been denied access to quality healthcare, education and employment opportunities which has led to devastating health disparities.

Erie is committed to confronting these inequities, challenging ourselves to work with excellence and humility, and keeping ourselves open to critical conversations that encourage learning, progress, and change.

We seek an organizational culture where the dignity and worth of each of our patients, staff, learners, and community partners are honored, and value is seen in everyone’s unique differences. We pledge to continually explore and advance the values of diversity, equity and inclusion across all levels of Erie Family Health Centers in alignment with Erie’s mission, vision and values.

Erie believes that building diverse teams is essential to meet the healthcare needs of an increasingly diverse patient population, and we are committed to hiring from within the communities we serve. We encourage candidates from all races, ethnicities, nationalities, abilities and gender identities–particularly those who have historically been marginalized in healthcare–to apply to join the Erie team.

We champion a team who will bring their unique differences and authentic selves–and consequently their wide-ranging perspectives, influential life experiences, and innovative approaches–to our clinical, operations and learning settings.

Our ongoing efforts include:

Staff Guided DEI Action Plan

Our DEI Committee meets regularly to guide Erie's DEI action plan.  The committee’s focus areas are: Community and Culture, Communication and Change Management, Policies and Procedures, Patients and Services.

Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)

Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) connect team members who share common backgrounds or interests. They provide personal and professional development through mentoring, events volunteerism and community involvement.

Erie currently hosts two active ERGs, the Erie Black ERG and the Erie Queer/LGBTQIA+ ERG

DEI Education and Advocacy

DEI Training: All new Erie team members are required to participate in DEI Training, with the goal to develop a shared language for and understanding of DEI core concepts and key terminology.

Town Halls: Erie regularly invites all team members to virtual Town Halls. These optional sessions make space for people to process and respond to current internal and external events.

The Nourish Series: This monthly series of educational webinars for Erie staff led by external experts covers a variety of health equity-related topics.

 

Learn More About Working with Erie

Want to learn more? Please reach out to our Human Resources team at careers@eriefamilyhealth.org.

Erie Family Health Center believes that all applicants and employees are entitled to equal employment opportunities and maintains a policy of nondiscrimination with respect to race, ancestry, color, religion, gender, age, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, medical condition, disability, veteran status, union membership or activity or any other basis in accordance with applicable law, except where a bona fide occupational qualification exists.

Erie will comply with all phases of employment including, but not limited to, hiring practices, transfers, promotions, benefits, discipline, and discharge.

The Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits discrimination and ensures equal opportunity for persons with disabilities in employment, state and local government services, public accommodations, commercial facilities, and transportation. It also mandates the establishment of TDD/telephone relay services.

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