Since its inception, OneWorld Community Health Centers has been a workplace filled with mission-oriented people in every position. Our clinicians and employees are committed to helping those in need. OneWorld gives employees opportunities to work with like-minded people, making our clinics unique and rewarding places to work. If you feel called to serve the community and work in an energizing professional environment, then we invite you to explore what OneWorld can offer you.
OneWorld offers an excellent work environment for personal growth, and its collegial atmosphere promotes collaboration and mutual learning. OneWorld clinicians also enjoy a full array of benefits:
- Competitive salaries
- Flexible working hours
- Student/tuition loan repayment for eligible positions
- Health, dental, vision and life insurance packages
- Flexible spending account (FSA) for health and dependent care expenses
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Short- and long-term disability for eligible positions
- 401(k) retirement program with a generous employer match and vesting schedule
- 20 days of PTO for medical and dental clinicians and 10 paid holidays per year
- Five days of CME plus stipend for medical and dental clinicians
- Free parking
- FTCA and additional professional liability coverage
- On-site childcare
- Employee wellness programs
- Bilingual English–Spanish work culture
- Great work-life balance
Join our Team!
Help those in our community who need you most! OneWorld is looking for bilingual English/Spanish clinicians, nursing, behavioral health, dental, and other staff to provide high-quality, patient-centered care to underserved individuals and families in a cross-cultural primary care setting.
Best Places to Work in Omaha: 2018 awardee
Based on our 2018 employee engagement survey results, we were named one of the Best Places to Work in Omaha® along with four other companies with more than 200 employees.
The Best Places to Work in Omaha® initiative was created by Baird Holm, LLP in 2003 and is sponsored by the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce. The survey is administered by Quantum Workplace. The initiative measures levels of employee engagement through an online survey for employees.
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Practicing at OneWorld
OneWorld Community Health Centers is a family of state-of-the-art primary care health clinics. Our flagship location resides in the beautifully restored, historic Livestock Exchange Building in South Omaha, flanked by the OneWorld Women’s Health Center and a Quick Sick urgent care clinic. We also operate several satellite locations.
We are a dynamic, fast-growing organization that has received regional and national recognition for our innovative programs and quality of care. We have implemented an integrated model of health care that includes behavioral health, dentistry, pharmacy, nutrition, midwife services, pediatrics, family medicine and OB/GYN residency training clinics.
OneWorld’s clinicians form a dedicated and interconnected clinician team. We have strong collaboration among pediatric, adult, obstetric, women’s health and other practices.
Opportunities for advancement include leadership positions as OneWorld continues to expand our health care campus and open new satellite locations throughout the Omaha area.
National Health Service Corps
OneWorld Community Health Centers is a National Health Service Corps (NHSC) approved site. The NHSC is a program run by the federal government under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The NHSC helps bring clinicians to areas of the United States that have limited access to quality health care. As part of the program, students, residents and health care providers who are committed to furthering the NHSC’s goal of ensuring health care access for all populations are awarded scholarships for participation.
Each year, Health Professional Shortage Area (HPSA) scores ranging from zero to 25 for primary care and mental health and from zero to 26 for dental care, are awarded to each NHSC-approved site. The higher the score a facility receives, the greater the need is for quality health care in that area. These scores are awarded to each site based on the population-to-primary-care-physician ratio, the percentage of the population with incomes below 100 percent of the poverty level, the infant mortality rate or low birth weight rate and travel time or distance to the nearest available source of care.
OneWorld's Current HPSA Scores by Speciality
- Medical – 20
- Dental – 22
- Mental Health – 23
Residency Programs for Clinical Students
Are you interested in a residency at OneWorld? We work with students from many residency programs, partnering primarily with local programs from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Creighton University School of Medicine. We also partner with fourth-year students from Creighton University School of Dentistry.
For more information you may contact Tay Orr, Clinical Student Program Coordinator. (402) 502-8860.
Malpractice Coverage Through FTCA
Under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) and the Federally Supported Health Centers Assistance Acts (FSHCAA) of 1992 and 1995, OneWorld Community Health Centers employees are considered federal employees, and as such, are represented by the Office of General Counsel of the United States. OneWorld also carries additional professional liability insurance.