Do you have a positive attitude, a desire to help others, and a strong, professional customer service orientation? We'd like to hear from you!
Our full and part time staff ranges from entry-level case managers to fully licensed independent social workers to family practice physicians.
Interested candidates are invited to contact the HR Department.
The Rhode Island Primary Care Educational Loan Repayment program was established to ensure a stable and adequate supply of primary care professionals to meet the health care needs of Rhode Islanders, and is intended to recruit new primary care professionals into the state of Rhode Island.
The program is a collaborative effort of Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island (BCBSRI), Rhode Island Area Health Education Center (AHEC), the Rhode Island Foundation, the Rhode Island Medical Society, the Rhode Island State Nurses Association, the University of Rhode Island College of Nursing, the Rhode Island Health Center Association, the Rhode Island Academy of Physician Assistants and the Rhode Island Student Loan Authority. The physician program is funded by a grant from BCBSRI, United Health Care, RI Medical Society and the RI Foundation. The physician assistant-nurse practitioner program is funded by a grant from the Rhode Island Foundation. The Rhode Island Student Loan Authority, as administrator, will make loan repayment awards in exchange for service commitments by health care professionals newly recruited to the state. Loan repayment recipients must have outstanding educational debt acquired in pursuit of an undergraduate or graduate degree from an accredited college or university that exceeds the amount of the loan repayment award. For more information about The Rhode Island Primary Care Educational Loan Repayment program and to apply, go to: Rhode Island Student Loan Authority
CCAP is an equal opportunity employer, offering a comprehensive benefits package, educational assistance, and a friendly, professional atmosphere.