Our new Job Board is live!

If you’re looking for a top-notch healthcare job opportunity, we’re always looking for top-notch physicians, advanced practice providers, medical directors, nurses, medical assistants, and nurse supervisors. And now it’s easier than ever for you to find the perfect assignment or long-term position by visiting our new job board!

Take a look and see the range of positions and locations – everything from a licensed social worker in Massachusetts to a CMO in Nevada to an ED physician in Minnesota to a pharmacist in Arizona.

If you didn’t know, Tribal Health is growing fast as we add more and more facilities across the country. So keep checking back – and email jobs@tribalhealth.com anytime to find out more about a specific position or to tell a recruiter what you’re looking for. That goes for current Tribal Health team members and anyone interested in starting a new chapter in their healthcare career.

What it means to work at Tribal Health 

As you begin your Tribal Health journey, you’ll quickly see that we are provider led. On a practical level, that means you can turn to us for support, guidance and backup 24/7. Our leaders are experienced clinicians who understand your challenges as a physician or nurse working in a demanding clinical environment. Whatever you need, whenever you need it, our Chief Medical Officer,  Chief Nursing Officer, medical directors and other leadership are available to help.

Because we know how it goes with other staffing agencies – you parachute into a new assignment and try to navigate the unfamiliar faces and new dynamics alone. Run into a problem? Feel isolated? You’re on your own.

Not at Tribal Health. We connect you to the support and resources you need so you can feel confident and comfortable on the job, and focus your skills and ingenuity on your patients. We also offer flexible contract lengths, geographic options, and 100% tuition reimbursement so you can reach your professional goals. Our mission is to transform Indigenous healthcare – and that includes improving both the patient and provider experience.

Ultimately, Native American communities – underserved, underfunded, and understaffed – need your compassion and clinical expertise. So if you’re thinking about where your career path leads next, consider joining a team that supports you every step of the way – and connects you to meaningful, well-paying opportunities.

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