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    Front Receptionist

    Job Overview:  Responsible for helping answering phone calls, making appointments and rescheduling no shows for Medical, Dental and Behavioral Health departments.  Entering patient information into the computer program (currently eCW), updating information for established patients and checking insurance eligibility for same day appointments.  Also, responsible for educating patients about the sliding fee scale, outreach and enrollment services, the patient portal and patient related policies.

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    Family Practice Physician

    Job Overview:  Working from a solutions-oriented approach, the physician delivers primary care commensurate with training and monitors clinical performance to ensure medical services and operations are in compliance with all applicable regulatory and licensing agencies.  Also, the position serves as coach/mentor/trainer to mid-level providers, giving guidance in best practices, trouble shooting of medical services and operations issues.

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    Nurse Practitioner

    Job Overview:   Under the general direction and supervision of the Chief Medical Officer and/or Primary Care Collaborating Physician, this position provides comprehensive age-appropriate medical care, general health counseling, diagnosis, treatment, consultation, and follow-up for health center patients of all age groups. Participate as a member of the patient centered medical home team within the health center. Function as an educational resource to patients, the health center, students and the Community.

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    Registered Nurse (RN)

    Job Overview:   Responsible for providing direct nursing care by applying nursing knowledge and skills and for ensuring the safety and comfort of patients and families according to legal, organizational, and professional standards.  Treatment, diagnostic, and preventative procedures carried out under medical personnel within the Montana Standards of Nursing Practice Laws.  Appraise individual and family needs, provide health counseling, arrange referrals, encourage compliance and conduct follow-up or monitoring of care plans.  Assess patient health problems and needs, develop and implement nursing care plans and maintain medical records.  Administer nursing care to ill, injured, convalescent, or disabled patients.  May advise patients on health maintenance and disease prevention or provide case management.  Deal with sensitive information and maintain strict confidentiality.

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    Staff Dentist

    Position Summary:  A full time, exempt position responsible for providing oral health services, preventive and dental care in a community health center setting to all age groups. Care is provided in accordance with State of Montana licensure and professional scope of practice. Applies diagnostic and therapeutic dental services to Bullhook Community Health Center patients while making reasonable and sound assessments and treatment plans within the scope of the Community Health Center dental program. Works as part of a primary care team with Health Center staff, providers, and other community dental care providers.

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    Dental Assistant

    Job Overview:  Assist dentist(s) and dental hygienist(s), in the direct provision of primary care dental services, set up equipment, prepare patient for treatment, sterilization, preparation and inventory control of dental instruments and supplies, and utilization of electronic health record (EMR).

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    Behavioral Health Specialist (LCSW)

    Job Overview:   Provides, oversees and/or administers a wide range of psychological evaluation/assessment, diagnostic, counseling therapy, crisis intervention, and/or case management services in a clinical environment which requires a high degree of independent decision-making and program administration. Leads and trains lower level counselors/social workers, and/or interns engaged in related therapeutic/patient care activities, as appropriate to the individual position.

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    School Based Mental Health Therapist (LCPC/LCSW)

    Job Overview:  As a part of the Bullhook Community Health Center team, the School Based Mental Health Therapist provides individual and group psychotherapy, along with behavioral interventions, treatment planning and clinical mental health assessments to adolescents and children in an outpatient, school-based and clinic setting.  Work with adolescents, children and/or families to help identify goals and potential solutions to problems causing emotional turmoil.  Assist the patient in improving communication and coping skills, increase self-esteem and promote behavior change and optimum behavioral and emotional health.

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    Patient Accounts/Certified Application Counselor

    Job Overview: Patient Accounts/Certified Application Counselor is responsible for daily functions of patient
    billing and collection letter monitoring. Communicating daily with patients regarding their account balances claim
    issues. Must be highly skilled in verbal communications and be capable of high-volume workloads. This position
    will assist in making changes in patient demographics with updating information from insurance companies and
    patients. This position is also a Certified Application Counselors for the Affordable Care Act and occasionally
    helps community members register for insurance through this program (training and certification can be
    completed after hire).

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    What Our Staff Members Say


    • National Health Services Corp (NHSC) Student Loan Repayment Program
    • Employer Paid Health Insurance
    • HSA
    • Flexible Spending Account
    • 403(b) Retirement plan (3% employer contribution, no minimum employee contribution)
    • Vacation
    • 6.67 hours/month for the first two years
    • 10 hours/month for 3-10 years
    • 13.33 hours/month for 11 or more years
    • Sick leave
    • 4 hours a month for the first six months
    • 8 hours a month after the first six months
    • Holidays – 8 days per year (prorated for less than full-time)
    • AFLAC Insurance Available
    • Employee Discount on services
    • Employer Paid Life Insurance
    • Dental & Vision Insurance Options


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    Find Your Home In Havre

    Planted along U.S. Highway 2 on the Hi-Line in north central Montana, Havre is about 35 miles south of the Canadian border. With a population of more than 9,000, Havre is the eighth-largest city in Big Sky Country. Havre is also the county seat of Hill County – named after James J. Hill, a railroad tycoon who built the railroad in the area.
    Hill County has an abundance of wheat fields and sprawling prairies – and the railroad and Milk River come right through Havre. The area encompasses trails, dinosaur digs, historical tours, a mall, a movie theatre, a variety of restaurants and breweries, and Montana State University Northern. Havre is also famous for being a great spot to see the Northern Lights – or the Aurora Borealis.

    Hill County Beaver Creek Park is located 11 miles south of Havre MT. The Park covers over 10,000 acres and frames 17 miles of Secondary Highway 234: Beaver Creek Highway. Established in 1916, it is the largest county park in the United States.

    Beaver Creek Park is open year-round to all individuals for recreation and conservation purposes. Camping, fishing, picnicking, wildlife viewing, sightseeing, hiking, skiing, and many other outdoor recreational activities are encouraged. Bear Paw Ski Area is also located in Beaver Creek Park for families to enjoy on the weekends, including a ski lift!

    Originally called “Bullhook Bottoms,” French settlers renamed the city Havre – after Le Havre, France. Now, the original Bullhook Bottoms can be viewed in the historical underground tour, “Beneath the Streets.” Proud of our region’s history, Native American culture is also a central component, with Fort Belknap Indian Reservation to the east and Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation to the southwest. Locals and tourists enjoy a variety of powwows in the summer months, as well as other Native American cultural experiences.

    As the Hi-Line’s medical and business center, Havre continues to provide opportunities for the people of the region through jobs, healthcare, and commerce. Bullhook Community Health Center contributes to this boosted economy – and we can’t think of a better place to call home.

    Interested in learning more about living in Havre? Our friends at the Havre Chamber of Commerce have more on the Havre experience.