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Public Health Clinician
Long Beach, CA

The City of Long Beach is seeking a physician to serve as the TB Clinic Physician. Reporting to the Physician Services Bureau Manager and under the clinical supervision of the City Health Officer, this position will provide specialized medical services to patients with complex diseases and chronic conditions, including patients with active and latent TB. This position is located at the Main Health Department, 2525 Grand Avenue, Long Beach. For more information and to apply, see the online job announcement.
Not Stated 02/7/2022
Public Health Nurse
Everett, WA

The Snohomish Health District, the county north of Seattle, is looking for a Public Health Nurse to join its TB Program. Under the direction of the TB and Refugee Health supervisor, the incumbent will perform a variety of public health nursing activities related to the control of TB and other communicable diseases, including surveillance and response. Activities include client interviews, implementation of disease control measures, case management, policy development, partnerships, communication, education, and problem solving. Visit the job portal for a complete position description and to apply. If you have any questions about this opportunity, please contact Human Resources at hrquestions@snohd.org.
09/24/21 Continuous
TB Controller/Assistant Health Officer
Santa Clara County, CA

This position has overall administrative and programmatic responsibility for the TB Prevention and Control program. The TB program is charged with preventing TB infections and maintaining oversight of all patients with active TB in the county. In addition to administrative and programmatic responsibility, the TB Controller is responsible for the clinical, scientific, and epidemiologic oversight of TB Program activities. The position works closely with the Health Officer and other lead staff in the management of public health-related disasters, crises, or emergencies. The position shares 24/7 after hours night and weekend call with the other public health physicians for all public health related issues. Applicants should be Board Certified in Internal Medicine or other appropriate medical specialty such as Pediatrics or Family Medicine (Board Certification in Infectious Diseases or Pulmonary Medicine is desirable but not required). For more information, see the job posting and the online brochure. Deadline: The application filing period may close any time after ten business days from the issue date of this job announcement if sufficient qualified applications have been received.
08/25/21 Continuous
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