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Employment at UW Neighborhood Clinics

On 1/1/2021, UW Neighborhood Clinics (UWNC) employees will transition to employment with the University of Washington (UW), and all positions involving work in a UWNC location (excluding providers) will be maintained by UW Medicine Human Resources.

All applications and candidate information will be transferred to UW systems between December 15th, 2020 - December 21st, 2020. If you are currently being considered for a position you applied to in UWNC's current system, this information will be transferred to UW's job search system and you can log into your account using the same email and following the "Reset Your Password" instructions on December 21st, 2020. For questions or account issues, please contact

Amazing people doing amazing work each and every day

UW Neighborhood Clinics are dedicated to improving the health of the public and our providers and staff are the cornerstones of our success. Through our affiliation with the world-class University of Washington School of Medicine and the top-ranked primary care training program in the United States, our employees have a distinct advantage to provide our patients with an exceptionally high level of innovative care. We fully support the professional and personal growth of our employees. We offer an attractive total compensation package that includes highly competitive salaries, a generous amount of paid time off and comprehensive benefits options.

UWNC is a community-based, not-for-profit primary care network serving patients in 15 clinic locations throughout the greater Seattle area, including; Olympia, Smokey Point, and Lopez and Orcas Islands. As an entity within the UW Medicine Health System, UWNC is affiliated with UW Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center, Valley Medical Center, UW School of Medicine, Airlift NW, UW Physicians and UW Medical Center - Northwest.

UWNC is committed to a patient-centered approach to delivering exceptional care to our patients and families. This is evident in how we have embraced the Medical Home model of care and our relentless focus on quality. The cornerstone of our efforts to deliver exceptional care to our patients and families begins with our focus on the continuous development of our employees.

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UW Neighborhood Clinics Human Resources Department

UW Neighborhood Clinics offers a comprehensive staff benefits package described in the 2020 Summary of Benefits.

Providers can learn more about their benefits at University of Washington Human Resources.

UW Neighborhood Clinics is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome job applications from qualified individuals without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, citizenship, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability or status as a disabled veteran or Vietnam-era veteran or other protected veterans.

To request disability accommodation in the application process, contact the Human Resources Office at 206-520-5566 or UW Neighborhood Clinics makes every effort to honor disability accommodation requests. Requests can be responded to most effectively if received as far in advance as possible.

UW Neighborhood Clinics (UWNC) is the community-based, not-for-profit primary care arm of UW Medicine.

To improve the health of the public.

UWNC is actively involved in promoting the health of the public through research, education and clinical care delivery.

UW Neighborhood Clinics sets the standard for delivering primary health care throughout King County and the Puget Sound region. We lead the way in patient satisfaction, clinical outcomes, and cost-effective care. We are committed to care for patients of all races, cultures, genders, ages, and income levels.

We achieve success by staying true to our core values:

Service - exceeding the expectations of those we serve: All UW Medicine Neighborhood Clinics staff and providers, whether they provide direct patient care or support services, play an important role in serving the people who have chosen UW Medicine Neighborhood Clinics for their health care and for their place of employment.

Quality in patient care: By focusing on continually evaluating and improving our services, UW Medicine Neighborhood Clinics ensures the provision of high quality care – as defined by the needs and wants of our patients.

Respect for our patients, their families, and our colleagues: Respect for each other is an essential part of maintaining cooperation and effective teamwork between individuals, clinics, and departments. Respect also means that we value the privacy and confidentiality of our patients – including fellow UW Medicine Neighborhood Clinics staff and providers who are patients in our clinics.

Innovation in delivering excellence: Thinking creatively helps ensure that patient care at UW Medicine Neighborhood Clinics continues to be of the highest quality. Each of us can help keep UW Medicine Neighborhood Clinics at the forefront of health care by thinking of new ways to solve problems and simplify processes.

Excellence – always doing our best: Excellence results from each of us committing to use our intelligence, skills and compassion to do our best, all the time.

  • Accreditation Association of Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC): Consecutive recognition for achieving nationally recognized standards of high-quality healthcare
  • National Committee for Quality Assurance: Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition (all 12 mainland clinics)
  • Qualis Health: Award of Excellence in Healthcare Quality Outpatient Setting for "Integrating Behavioral Health into Primary Care"