Blue Ridge Health is growing fast and we are seeking qualified candidates to help provide compassionate, quality healthcare to the residents of Western North Carolina. With opportunities available in School-Based Health, Medical Services, Behavioral Health, and more, we are sure to have a role to fit your career goals. See what our employees have to say about Blue Ridge Health and check out our amazing list of benefits below.
Begin a Rewarding New Career At Blue Ridge Health!
Interested in working for Blue Ridge Health?
Competitive benefits plan, including Medical, Dental and Vision
Company sponsored life insurance and short and long-term disability coverage
403(b) retirement account with company matching
Supplemental accident insurance available
7 paid holidays per year
Competitive Paid Time Off, Personal Day, and Floating Holiday accrual – We value a work-life balance!
Volunteer Time Off – We believe in supporting the communities we serve!
A robust Employee Assistance Program that covers our staff and those living in the same residence – Confidential Counseling, Family Planning, Legal Consultations, MyLifeExpert Access, and more!
What’s The Best Part About Working At Blue Ridge Health?
I love working in a place where I get to continue learning every day: from our residents, from my fellow faculty, and from our patients. Our growth never stops.
— Matthew Roe, MD
I have worked for non-profit integrated healthcare organizations throughout my career and the mission of Blue Ridge Health is consistent with my values. Blue Ridge Health fills a critical need for mental healthcare and I am fortunate to be a member of this dedicated team of professionals.
— Laura Ellington, LCSW
With Blue Ridge Health, my ability to support others is a direct reflection of the support I receive as an employee, and that has made ALL the difference.
— Deidre Carver, MHQP
I love being able to provide quality and convenient care to students, teachers, and their families AT SCHOOL! Being present where children spend most of their day provides an increased sense of community and really helps break down barriers to care.
— Nicole Ray, PA-C