Jobs & Volunteering

Join the Island Health Care Team!

Why Join Island Health Care?

Here’s the short answer: to become part of a team of health professionals, islanders, and patients working together to ensure all islanders, regardless of income or insurance status, have access to high-quality health care! But that’s just the start—here are 3 other reasons you should consider joining our team:

Reason #1: Make A Difference

By working at a Federally Qualified Health Center, you actively help to:

  • Provide high-quality and accessible healthcare to underserved populations
  • Reduce health disparities among those experiencing barriers to healthcare
  • Mitigate some of the deficiencies of traditional healthcare systems by coordinating care across the continuum, integrating behavioral health into primary care, and working to address all of our patients’ needs, including the social determinants of health

Reason #2: Commit To Professional Excellence

At Island Health Care, we are committed to professional excellence through:

  • A culture of continuous improvement and accountability
  • State and national quality reporting
  • Strong internal quality assurance and improvement programs and initiatives
  • A continuing education or professional development budget for every employee

Reason #3: Innovate

Island Health Care strives to meet and further the standard set by other Community Health Centers as innovation centers. We are:

  • Growing fast and expanding into new areas!
  • At the intersection of local, state, and federal health care and public health policy, working closely with partner organizations at all three levels
  • Always looking for ways to better serve our community
  • Building and maintaining a strong public health nursing program
  • Partnering with organizations across the Island to ensure that patients have access to all the resources and services they need
  • A member of a dynamic Accountable Care Organization with a mission to provide more opportunities for individuals to receive coordinated, holistic, and culturally appropriate care in the communities where they live and work
  • A patient-centered medical home


Island Health Care also offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time employees:

  • Retirement plan
  • Retirement plan matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Flexible schedule
  • Professional development budget for every employee
  • Work from home opportunities for many roles
  • Health insurance
  • Malpractice insurance for Nurse Practitioners
  • Continuing education budget for Nurse Practitioners
  • Generous paid time off
    13 paid holidays
  • Protected sick time
  • Paid family and medical leave
  • Relocation assistance
Current Health Center Job Openings

Family Nurse Practictioner

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Allison Searle, Human Resources:

Island Health Care is seeking a Family Nurse Practitioner to join our practice. The FNP will be a key member of our Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) team and will be responsible for providing primary care services, including assessing and managing patients in the clinic following established standards, practices, policies, and procedures. The FNP will have on-site and telehealth practice capacity.

Registered Nurse / Patient Care Manager

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Allison Searle, Human Resources:

Island Health Care is seeking an RN / Patient Care Manager to join our practice. This position is responsible for providing direct and indirect professional nursing care for clinic patients following established standards and practices. Assists nurse practitioners (NPs) and other care team members in coordinating patient care. Functions as primary liaison between patients and NPs, using top of license skills.

Registered Nurse / Clinical Manager

$2,500 Sign-On Bonus

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Allison Searle, Human Resources:

Island Health Care is seeking a Clinical Nurse Manager to supervise the RN and MA staff and implement and oversee quality improvement activities in the clinical setting to ensure delivery of the highest quality patient care, optimal patient flow, clinical team productivity, and continuity of care. The Clinical Nurse Manager (CNM) will participate in the examination, assessment, treatment, support and advocacy of patients as part of the Patient Centered Medical Home team. The CNM will work with community health organizations to promote patient and community health and wellness with a specific focus on unserved and underserved populations.

You can find a more detailed job description here.

Public Health Nurse

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Allison Searle, Human Resources:

Island Health Care is seeking a part-time Public Health Nurse (PHN) to promote and protect the health of populations, including individuals, families, groups, communities, or systems using targeted evidence-based programs and services to prevent disease, injury, premature death, and improve neighborhood quality of life. The PHN provides surveillance and assessment for services and programs for all people not just those who seek services, are poor, or otherwise vulnerable. PHN actions are directed toward the goals of primary prevention and health equity. The PHN partners with communities and populations to identify, implement, and evaluate programs and interventions to reduce health risks and to promote, maintain, and restore health.

Practice Office Associate

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Rebecca Flanders, Patient Support Services Manager:​

Island Health Care is seeking a Practice Office Associate to join our team. As the Practice Office Associate, you will be an essential member of a team-based care environment. You will perform diversified office-clerical duties including, but not limited to, scheduling appointments and facilitating communications. In this role, you will take and prioritize patient interactions that include telephone, video and face-to-face encounters. Duties include data entry into the patient management system. You will be interacting with patients, families, and team members, and must therefore be able to maintain confidential/HIPAA-compliant, efficient and positive communication in order to foster a pleasant environment and experience.

Administrative Coordinator

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Allison Searle, Human Resources:

Island Health Care is looking for an Administrative Coordinator to perform a variety of administrative duties to support IHC’s efficient operations as a patient-centered health and social services organization. The successful Administrative Coordinator will work directly with senior management and can manage competing priorities in a fast-paced environment while maintaining a high degree of organization and attention to detail. We are looking for an individual with a positive attitude who wants to grow their skill set in a dynamic organization that values collaboration. You can find the job description here.

Finance/Human Resources Assistant

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Allison Searle, Human Resources:

Island Health Care is looking for a Finance/Human Resources Assistant to assist with revenue cycle duties such as accounts payable and payroll processing as well as to provide accounts receivable and patient billing support. This individual will also assist with HR duties such as recruitment, onboarding, employee record maintenance, and human resources policies and procedures creation, implementation, and maintenance. Experience in healthcare is preferred. You can find the job description here.

Current Inter-Island Public Health Excellence Coalition Job Openings

Public Health Inspector

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to the Inter-Island Public Health Excellence Coalition:

The Inter-Island Public Health Excellence Coalition is currently seeking a Public Health Inspector to perform Inspection and investigatory work pertaining to the enforcement of applicable health and safety codes, protection of the environment and control of disease and other related work, as required.

Incumbent Under the direction and supervision of the town health agents, the position will enforce federal, state and local laws and regulations pertaining to public health and safety; investigate food borne illness outbreaks; inspect, license and regulate food service establishments, day care centers, nursing homes, food distribution programs, retail food stores and special events; educate food handlers on prevention of food-borne illness; investigate and respond to complaints relating to unsanitary, dangerous and/or unsafe living conditions and environments, rodent and insect control, drinking water and septic systems; respond to general complaints, including
nuisances, odors, rabies control, air quality, solid waste, hazardous waste, etc.

This inspector may also assist the town’s health agent in restaurant plan reviews, inspection of swimming pools, children’s camps, body art establishments, tanning salons, and tobacco control. In addition, the inspector may participate in interdepartmental housing and short term rental inspections with the Building, Fire and Police Departments for all six Martha’s Vineyard Towns and Nantucket. At the direction of the supervisory staff, the inspector  may also be called upon to participate in court complaints and cases of non-compliance using administrative and/or judicial procedures.

Community & Population Health Specialist (Martha’s Vineyard & Nantucket)

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to the Inter-Island Public Health Excellence Coalition:

The Inter-Island Public Health Excellence Coalition (Coalition) is
currently seeking a Public Health Community and Population health
specialist to apply their unique understanding of the experience,
language and/or culture of the populations of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket to the delivery of public health services.

The applicant is expected to be distinguished from other public health professionals because they:

  • Are hired primarily for their understanding of the populations
    and communities they serve;
  • Spend a significant portion of time conducting outreach in the
    categories enumerated in the responsibilities section;
  • Have experience providing services in community settings of
    the Islands.

In addition, the applicant may be called upon to participate in
interdepartmental actions involving health and safety-related social
determinants of health concerns raised by responses by the Building,
Fire and Police Departments or from other sources for all six Martha’s
Vineyard Towns and Nantucket.

Public Health Biologist (Martha’s Vineyard & Nantucket)

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to the Inter-Island Public Health Excellence Coalition:

The work of the Public Health Biologist focuses on prevention,
investigation, surveillance, and public education for vector-borne diseases and environmental exposures.

Examples include, but are not limited to: tick-borne diseases, such as Lyme disease; mosquito-borne encephalitis; other emerging zoonotic diseases; and exposure to harmful algal blooms.

An incumbent in the Public Health Biologist position will apply scientific methods, principles, and experience in basic medical entomology, zoology, parasitology, toxicology, coordinate emergency vector control, as required.

The PH Biologist will serve as a key resource for local health agencies on developing and advancing research efforts on environmental health, human health and animal risks, associated with viruses and environmental exposures as well as contributing to municipal and community-based climate change mitigation and adaptation efforts as appropriate,

Current Volunteer Openings

Board of Directors

For more information, contact Cynthia Mitchell, CEO:

Island Health Care Community Health Center Board of Directors is seeking new members. The federal health center governance model requires a patient majority on the Board and we are currently looking for two new patient members to be nominated and elected by the Board over the next few months.

COVID-19 Test Site Volunteers

To volunteer to help with testing, send us an email:

Drive-thru diagnostic testing for COVID-19 is available for any asymptomatic Islander or visitor who wants a test.

The test site at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School is open from 9AM to 3:30PM Monday-Friday. Clinical and non-clinical volunteers are needed. If interested, please email