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MPCA places a strong emphasis on developing and overseeing workforce development initiatives to increase the effectiveness of health professional recruitment and retention programs for Michigan health centers. Our top priority, and the focus of a majority of our efforts, is helping health centers in recruiting and retaining highly qualified health care professionals to serve the needs of the medically vulnerable population in Michigan. Our goal is to strengthen the existing network of health centers by providing better access to research and best practices surrounding workforce development and to support policies that strengthen the primary care workforce in the future.

 

Working at a Health Center

Health centers are ideal settings for clinicians who are dedicated to serving the underserved, working with diverse populations, and participating in a team-oriented environment. Health center professionals witness the critical need for comprehensive, accessible, affordable, quality care on a daily basis. Benefits for health care professionals working at a health center include, but are not limited to:

Besides financial benefits, health centers and their employees create a seamless system of access to high-quality primary and preventive health care for all residents. To learn more about an employment opportunity or post a vacancy within your Michigan health center, fill out the job posting template and email to Chelena Bell.

 

MPCA Workforce Webinar Series 2019

MPCA hosted a six-part webinar series highlighting recruitment and retention, patient and provider engagement, and workplace culture. Experts in these areas provided resources, tools, and solutions to address and improve the workforce within health centers.

Human Resources Network

MPCA’s Human Resources Network is a group of Michigan health center representatives responsible for recruitment, retention, human resources, and workforce development in health centers across the state, placing particular emphasis on recruitment and retention. The HR Network meets quarterly to discuss human resource and workforce related topics. For information, contact Chelena Bell.

 

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