Primary Care Physician for Adults with co-existing SPMI conditions

Providence Community Health Centers, Inc. (PCHC) - Providence, RI


Full or Part-time Opportunity in Providence, Rhode Island

Internal Medicine or Family Medicine Physician

PCHC offers a fulfilling career for those who want to make a difference in the community and desire a patient-centered care team approach to healthcare.

Overview of the opportunity:

  • Primary care clinic is a patient-centered medical home embedded within a regional psychiatry facility
  • Clinic operates as part of a larger multi-site urban community health center focused on total population health
  • Patients are 18+ years of age, most with co-existing SPMI conditions
  • Weekday outpatient clinic. No weekends.


  • Board-certified Internal Medicine, or Family Medicine Physician with experience and interest in community health and patient-centered care
  • 3+ years of experience working with complex and high-risk populations
  • Works collaboratively with the primary care team, community health workers, nurse care managers, psychiatrists, and other specialists
  • Medical License in Rhode Island * Basic Life Support (BLS) certification * Bilingual and bicultural skills valued but not required.

Benefits include:

  • Competitive Salary and Quarterly Incentives
  • Excellent Benefits Package including matched Retirement Savings
  • Flexible Paid Time Off plus time for CME
  • FTCA Malpractice with Lifetime Tail Coverage
  • NHSC and State Loan Repayment eligible
  • J1 waivers and H1B visas

About PCHC: We have been serving the city of Providence for over 50 years— the first federally qualified health center in Rhode Island. We provide integrated behavioral health, nurse care management, and in-house optometry, podiatry and asthma/allergy services. We have 500 employees and provide care for 60,000 patients PCHC delivers some of the highest quality care among all community health centers in the United States.

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Job Type: Part-time


  • working with complex high-risk patients: 3 years (Preferred)


  • Doctorate (Required)