Career Opportunities

Are you a mission-driven healthcare practitioner looking to make a difference in your community?

Norwalk Community Health Center’s 100 associates are committed to providing each patient with quality care. As a Patient-Centered Medical Home, each of our health care associates has a voice and a critical role within our Patient Transformation Network. We find strength in the support of our team and are looking for new team members to fill the following roles:

MEDICAL PROVIDERS - Engage in direct patient care activities as the principal component of overall professional responsibility within the clinical department. Provide quality, comprehensive patient-centered care services in accordance with the health center's overall policies and procedures.

  • APRNs (at 120 Connecticut Ave & on Mobile Medical Unit)
  • Certified Nurse Midwife (at 120 Connecticut Avenue)
  • MDs (OB/GYN, Internist & Pediatrician at 120 Connecticut Avenue)

Call Center Representative - The Call Center Representative handles a high volume of calls, assisting with appointment setting and ensuring efficient and accurate responses to all calls.

Credentialing Coordinator & HR Assistant - The Credentialing & HR Assistant is responsible for credentialing new and established health care providers and maintaining & tracking information to include assisting 3rd party vendor with primary source verification, follow up, data collection, data entry, and document review; facilitates the process of bringing on board new hires at all levels of the organization, including verifying references, creating files, etc.; reports directly to the Chief Administrative Officer and supports the CAO's role in management of HR, Compliance & Risk Management. Assists other senior leaders with related tasks/projects as requested.

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) - The LCSW works directly with both the medical providers and patients of Norwalk Community Health Center by providing direct interventions and psychoeducation to patients referred for services. The LCSW provides behavioral health interventions through short-term, solution-focused interactions reflective of empowerment, both toward the patient and/or family, encouraging them to resume or regain management of their health and well-being.


To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to or visit and search for Norwalk Community Health Center.

Norwalk Community Health Center is committed to a policy of Equal Employment Opportunity and will not discriminate against an applicant or employee on the basis of age, sex, sexual orientation, race, color, creed, religion, ethnicity, national origin, alienage or citizenship, disability, marital status, or any other legally-recognized protected basis under federal, state or local laws, regulations or ordinances.