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Community Clinic Inc. Family Medicine NP/MD, Refugee Health in Greenway, Maryland

CCI Health Services is a 501c(3) non-profit organization that brings high-quality, affordable healthcare to every patient during all stages of life. As a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), CCI’s mission is To deliver high-quality, accessible care to our community members, leading the way to a more equitable health care system for everyone. CCI Health Services:

  • Has 7 health center sites in underserved communities throughout Prince George’s and Montgomery Counties serving over 34,000 patients.

  • Oversees several federal, state, and county contracts and/or grants that focus on clinical operations, patient outcomes, and access to care and services.

  • Provides health assessments for refugees, asylees, and special visa holders for the state of Maryland. The program currently sees around 2,100 patients on an annual basis.

    POSITION SUMMARY: We are seeking a dedicated and compassionate Family Medicine Physician to join the Refugee Health Assessment (RHA) Program at CCI Health Services. As a Family Medicine Physician, you will play a pivotal role in delivering high-quality, patient-centered, and comprehensive medical examinations to refugees and asylees of all ages. The position encompasses a range of responsibilities aimed at meeting the federal and state requirements for this program by addressing the unique healthcare needs of this population. As a Physician, you will need to be flexible, patient, and culturally humble when working with such a diverse patient population.


  • Provide high-quality, patient-centered primary care services to refugees and asylees of all ages.

  • Conduct comprehensive medical examinations that screen for a wide range of infectious diseases and non-communicable diseases for each patient within a 90-day window frame. This will include screenings and tests such as: HIV, lead, intestinal parasites, tuberculosis, hepatitis, and malaria.

  • Stay up to date  with the latest advancements, best practices, and clinical guidelines in refugee health and integrate them into clinical practice.

  • Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals to develop comprehensive care plans, ensuring continuity of care and appropriate referrals to specialists.

  • Educate and counsel patients and their families on preventive care, lifestyle modifications, and disease management strategies, tailored to their individual needs and circumstances.

  • Participate in quality improvement initiatives, including regular chart audits, patient satisfaction surveys, and compliance with relevant healthcare regulations and standards, along with state-based requirements for data collection and reporting.

  • Actively contribute to a culturally diverse and inclusive work environment by fostering respect, understanding, and sensitivity towards patients and colleagues.

  • May provide supervision for Physician Assistants/Nurse Practitioners and provide consultation to other providers at CCI.

  • May instruct medical students and/or residents in procedures, diagnoses and treatment plans for this specific population.  

  • Complete all required documentation and review within CCI’s electronic health record in the specified time frames.

  • Meets average monthly provider productivity standards, such as number of visits.

  • Other duties or responsibilities as assigned by the Refugee Health Assessment Program Clinical Director or designee.


  • Medical degree (MD or DO) from an accredited medical school OR Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) or Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)

  • Board certification in Family Medicine.

  • Valid and unrestricted medical or Nurse Practitioner license in the state of Maryland (CDS and DEA licenses).

  • Current BLS certifications.

  • Excellent communication skills, including the ability to explain medical concepts and treatment options to patients in a clear and compassionate manner.

  • Strong commitment to cultural competence, diversity, and inclusion.

  • Ability to work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary team and contribute to a positive work environment.

  • Knowledge of the structure of Federally Qualified Health Centers, a plus.

  • Experience with electronic medical records required.  

  • Fluency in English is required; fluency in additional languages (i.e., Pashtu, Dari, Spanish, Haitian-Creole) is a plus.

Why Work at CCI?

  • Extensive benefits plan

  • Generous PTO Plan

  • 403B Retirement Plan + Employer match up to 4%

  • Tuition Reimbursement

  • Continuing education assistance; can be used toward obtaining certifications, renewal of certifications, or possible conference attendance.

  • Our providers are insured for malpractice under the Federal Tort Claims Act.

We are an approved FQHC for the NHSC loan repayment program (with an HRSA score of 19).**NHSC Student Loan Repayment Program recognizes CCI Health Services as an approved FQHC participant. Learn more: National Health Service Corps Students to Service Loan Repayment Program Application and Program Guidance (hrsa.gov) (https://nhsc.hrsa.gov/sites/default/files/nhsc/loan-repayment/students-to-service-guidance.pdf)

* CCI Health Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer *

Founded in 1972, CCI Health Services is a diverse and inclusive workplace grounded in community. Located in the Washington, DC Metro Area, each year CCI cares for more than 60,000 individuals in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties. As a non-profit, CCI is committed to improving health equity through the provision of affordable primary care for all, across all stages of life. Visit ccicares.org for more information.

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