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JWCH Institute, Inc.

Immediate Opportunities for Family & Internal Medicine Physicians in Los Angeles Area!

Since 1960, it has been JWCH’s mission to improve access to health care for everyone, regardless of means. Through the efforts of our dedicated staff, we help keep individuals and families healthier while making our community, your community, stronger.

We provide a full continuum of care for our men, women, and children in the Los Angeles area. Our services include Primary Health Care, Behavioral Health Care, Homeless Health Care, HIV Services, Oral Health Care, Pharmacy Services, Vision Care and Supportive Services which includes our Chronic Disease Case Management, Youth Services, Housing Assistance, Health Education, Nutritional Assistance and Research.

Reasons to join our facility:

- Competitive salary with relocation assistance.
- Comprehensive benefits package offered.
- Great quality of life and located just 25 minutes from Downtown LA!


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JWCH, Inc.- Hacienda Heights
15898 E. Gale Ave, Hacienda Heights, CA 91745

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JWCH Institute Inc. is a private non-profit health agency that was established as the Attending Staff Association of the John Wesley County Hospital in 1960 by concerned L.A. County physicians. These staff physicians sought to establish an agency that could obtain additional funds to support and augment patient care, education, and research at the John Wesley facility. When the hospital was demolished in 1979, the agency continued its efforts to assist LA County patients, but the name was no longer relevant and was subsequently changed to JWCH Institute Inc.

The agency's current mission is to improve the health and wellness of underserved segments of the population of Los Angeles County through the direct provision or coordination of health care, health education services and research. The mission is being accomplished through a variety of programs and activities, such as medical outreach and referrals for medical care, HIV services and drug treatment; health education; psychosocial assessment and intervention; primary medical care; family planning services; and research.

Hacienda Heights, CA

Hacienda Heights is located within Los Angeles County and just under 19 miles from Downtown Los Angeles. Our neighboring cities are: Avocado Heights, City of Industry and La Puente- to the North; Whittier on the West; Whittier and La Habra- South; and Rowland Heights on the East. Data from our last census (2010) reveals that we are just over 54 thousand strong.

Los Angeles County residents and visitors have access to a vast array of cultural and recreational opportunities. In addition to all the attractions offered by the private sector, the County has a number of world-class facilities including the Music Center, Hollywood Bowl, Museum of Art, the Natural History Museum, the Ford Theatre, and Marina del Rey. The County manages 87 regional and local parks, 344 miles of horse and hiking trails, 19 golf courses, 31 public swimming pools, and 25 miles of beaches.

The County’s parks and recreation system includes 63,000 acres of parks, lakes, trails, natural areas, and gardens, including the Arboretum and Descanso Gardens, and the world’s largest public golf course system. These include 87 regional and local parks, 344 miles of horse and hiking trails, 19 golf courses and 31 public swimming pools. The County has teamed with the private sector to offer additional amenities at its parks, including boat and bicycle rentals, hot tubs, recreational vehicle parks, equestrian rentals and boarding, and the Raging Waters water park.

The County operates and manages 20 beaches stretching along 25 miles of the County's pristine 75-mile mainland coast. It also owns and manages Marina del Rey, the world's largest and most modern small craft harbor, homeport to more than 5,000 pleasure boats. The County also manages Dockweiler RV Park, the only beach recreational vehicle campground in the County. Beautiful Santa Catalina Island, 22 miles off the coast, is only one hour away by boat or 15 minutes by air. Besides the normal beach activities, there are glass-bottom boats and undersea tours on a semi-submarine

Los Angeles County offers a number of community programs that provide free or low-cost entertainment and learning opportunities, while spotlighting the many cultures and interests of residents making up this diverse county. Among the programs are the Holiday Celebration at the Music Center, free community concerts, Family Sundays at the Museum of Art and overnight adventures at the Museum of Natural History.

Los Angeles County is home to many world-class venues where people can enjoy the arts and culture of this region. The spectacular Walt Disney Concert Hall, one of four theatres that make up The Music Center along with the Ahmanson Theatre, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion and the Mark Taper Forum, are home to resident companies including the LA Opera, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Center Theatre Group and the Los Angeles Master Chorale. The John Anson Ford Theatres, nestled in the Hollywood Hills near the entrance of the Hollywood Bowl, are also owned and operated by the County.

JWCH, Inc.- School Based Clinic-Hawaiian Gardens/Lynwood Middle School
11949 East 215th St., Hawaiian Gardens, CA 90716

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 JWCH Institute Inc. is a private non-profit health agency that was established as the Attending Staff Association of the John Wesley County Hospital in 1960 by concerned L.A. County physicians. These staff physicians sought to establish an agency that could obtain additional funds to support and augment patient care, education, and research at the John Wesley facility. When the hospital was demolished in 1979, the agency continued its efforts to assist LA County patients, but the name was no longer relevant and was subsequently changed to JWCH Institute Inc.

The agency's current mission is to improve the health and wellness of under-served segments of the population of Los Angeles County through the direct provision or coordination of health care, health education services and research. The mission is being accomplished through a variety of programs and activities, such as: medical outreach and referrals for medical care, HIV services and drug treatment; health education; psychosocial assessment and intervention; primary medical care; family planning services; and research.

Hawaiian Gardens/Lynwood

Hawaiian Gardens is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States. It is the smallest city in the county (approximately 1.0 mi²) and was incorporated on April 9, 1964. The population was 14,254 at the 2010 census, down from 14,779 at the 2000 census. The town's unusual name originated in a 1920s refreshment stand that was decorated with palm fronds and bamboo. It was the then-rural area's main landmark for many years, and its name stuck as the small town grew up around it. As one of seven Los Angeles County cities that allow casino gambling, more than $9.2 million (65%) of the city's revenue comes from the Hawaiian Gardens Casino.

The City of Hawaiian Gardens enjoys an outstanding business area profile with respect to location, the people, the neighborhoods, and opportunities. In the Gateway Region, Hawaiian Gardens location is central to downtown Los Angeles’s booming economic core but away from the confines, costs and confusion of the urban metropolis. The City has stable quality neighborhoods where the crime rate is low and the city government is committed to a safe and a secure future. Hawaiian Gardens is home to the Hawaiian Gardens Casino, an over 57,000 square foot casino serving surrounding communities since 1996.

A location accessible to downtown Los Angeles’ booming economic hub, Hawaiian Gardens is at the core of the vital Gateway Region, the industrial heartland of the greater Los Angeles. A location central to three major freeways, with great airport access; 22 miles to Los Angeles Airport, 20 miles to Santa Ana Airport, 10 miles to the Long Beach Airport, and 37 miles to the Ontario Airport. Additionally, Hawaiian Gardens is only 20 miles from the Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbors. Such great access to freeways, airports and harbors makes Hawaiian Gardens an ideal location as the gateway to Southern California.

Lynwood is a California city located in Los Angeles County, about 14 miles south of Los Angeles and 22 miles northwest of Anaheim. Neighboring communities include South Gate (to the north), Compton (to the south), and Downey (to the east). Major highways in or near the city include Interstates I-105, I-110, and I-710. Nearest airports are the Long Beach airport (9 miles away) and Los Angeles International Airport (about 14 miles away).

Founded by Don Antonio Lugo as part of an 1810 Spanish land grant, Lynwood evolved as a residential center in the early 20th century. Incorporated in 1921, the city experienced relatively slow growth until shortly after World War II. The city got its name from the "Lynwood Dairy and Creamery", an establishment created.

The University of Southern California is located only four miles from Lynwood. Other nearby attractions include the Carson Center (7 miles away), the Los Angeles Convention Center (8 miles away) and the Staples Center (9 miles away) which is a multipurpose sports arena serving as the home of five Los Angeles area professional basketball, hockey, and arena football teams. Lynwood's proximity to Los Angeles also provides quick access to many of the city's other attractions.

JWCH, Inc.-Center for Community Health (Los Angeles)
522 South San Pedro St., Los Angeles, CA 90013

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The Center for Community Health Downtown Los Angeles is located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles’ Skid Row, a 10-block area where more than 18,000 homeless individuals reside at any given time.

Center for Community Health

CCH delivers medical care in a new way with one record, one medical chart and with an integrated team that is centered on patient care.

JWCH Institute Inc. is a private non-profit health agency that was established as the Attending Staff Association of the John Wesley County Hospital in 1960 by concerned L.A. County physicians. These staff physicians sought to establish an agency that could obtain additional funds to support and augment patient care, education, and research at the John Wesley facility. When the hospital was demolished in 1979, the agency continued its efforts to assist LA County patients, but the name was no longer relevant and was subsequently changed to JWCH Institute Inc.

The agency’s mission is to improve the health and wellness of underserved segments of the population of Los Angeles County through the direct provision or coordination of health care, health education services and research. The mission is being accomplished through a variety of programs and activities, such as medical outreach and referrals for medical care, HIV services and drug treatment; health education; psychosocial assessment and intervention; primary medical care; family planning services; and research.

JWCH have more than 300 medical and support staff, including 28 medical specialists, who are ready to serve a culturally diverse community and are passionate about taking care of you and your family’s medical needs.

Our Wesley Health Centers are places of excellence for you and your family. We provide comprehensive medical care, physical exams, routine screenings and treatment of injuries and illnesses for men, women, and children of Los Angeles County.

 

Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles is a trend-setting global metropolis with a fascinating history and a rich cultural heritage. LA's cultural attractions are second to none, whether it’s the Space Shuttle Endeavor, Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Getty Center or art galleries and urban art. From Transformers: The Ride-3D to legendary studios, thriving nightlife and renowned theatre productions, LA is truly the entertainment capital of the world. LA dining is acclaimed for Michelin-starred restaurants and multicultural neighborhoods alike. Sports fans know that LA is the city of champions, while active Angelenos can explore 75 miles of coastline and hundreds of miles of bike and hiking trails. Shop for everything from couture to vintage, or relax in one of LA’s world class spas.

Los Angeles has one of the most dynamic dining scenes in the country, offering everything from street food to James Beard Foundation Award Winning restaurants. From California cuisine to organic ingredients, food trucks and Winter and Summer dineL.A., L.A.’s culinary influence can be felt across the country.

Los Angeles nightlife offers endless entertainment options, whether it’s a quiet drink with that special someone or dancing the night away with thousands of fellow party people. Downtown L.A.'s vibrant nightlife includes L.A. LIVE and numerous bars and nightclubs. In Hollywood, dress to impress at Drai’s and The Colony. Universal CityWalk Hollywood has everything from the Hard Rock Cafe to the dueling pianos of Howl at the Moon. L.A. mixologists create some of the best cocktails in the country at top bars, restaurants and hotels. Laugh it up at the Hollywood Improv Comedy Club or the Laugh Factory.

L.A. is truly the city of champions: the Lakers have won 16 NBA championships, the Dodgers have won five World Series titles, the Galaxy has won three MLS Cups, and in 2012 the Kings went on an historic run and were crowned Stanley Cup champions. L.A. sports events take place in landmark arenas like the LA Coliseum, STAPLES Center, Dodger Stadium, Pauley Pavilion and the Rose Bowl. Los Angeles is the best city for weekend warriors, whether you’re looking for a pickup basketball game in Venice or a hiking trail in the mountains.

JWCH, Inc.-Wesley Health Centers (Bell Gardens)
6912 Ajax Avenue, Bell, CA 90201

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Bell Gardens Clinic

Wesley Health Centers (Bell Gardens) service area was identified in 2003 as the most indigent area in LA County in terms of access to health care and health care coverage for women, children and families. The number of persons in the community who are medically indigent and lack insurance is among the highest in Los Angeles County. In March 2005, JWCH re-opened the Bell Gardens Clinic in order to increase access to health care in Bell Gardens and the surrounding community.

JWCH Institute Inc. is a private non-profit health agency that was established as the Attending Staff Association of the John Wesley County Hospital in 1960 by concerned L.A. County physicians. These staff physicians sought to establish an agency that could obtain additional funds to support and augment patient care, education, and research at the John Wesley facility. When the hospital was demolished in 1979, the agency continued its efforts to assist LA County patients, but the name was no longer relevant and was subsequently changed to JWCH Institute Inc.

The agency’s mission is to improve the health and wellness of under-served segments of the population of Los Angeles County through the direct provision or coordination of health care, health education services and research. The mission is being accomplished through a variety of programs and activities, such as: medical outreach and referrals for medical care, HIV services and drug treatment; health education; psychosocial assessment and intervention; primary medical care; family planning services; and research.

JWCH have more than 300 medical and support staff, including 28 medical specialists, who are ready to serve a culturally diverse community, and are passionate about taking care of you and your family’s medical needs.

Our Wesley Health Centers are places of excellence for you and your family. We provide comprehensive medical care, physical exams, routine screenings and treatment of injuries and illnesses for men, women and children of Los Angeles County.

Bell Gardens, CA

The City of Bell Gardens was incorporated as a general law city in 1961 and is as rich in history. It is bordered by the City of Commerce, Downey, South Gate and Bell. The City has a population of approximately 44, 000 in an area of 2.5 square miles and is located in the southeastern part of Los Angeles County.

The City boasts of offering beautiful parks, emerald green soccer fields, childcare centers, a sparkling lake stocked with fish and waterfowl, and a community golf course. Also, while the economy is facing many challenges throughout California, the City of Bell Gardens continues to grow and prosper.

There are many regions of Los Angeles to choose to call home from the beach cities, Santa Monica, and Beverly Hills to Pasadena, Hollywood, and The Valley. Our office is located in Downtown LA.

Downtown Los Angeles offers world class attractions, incredible restaurants, a thriving nightlife and walkable streets. The spectacular L.A. LIVE entertainment complex includes popular attractions such as the GRAMMY Museum, ESPN Zone, Lucky Strike Lanes and Regal Cinemas. STAPLES Center is home to the Lakers, Clippers, Kings and Sparks, and also hosts major concerts. The stunning Walt Disney Concert Hall anchors the Music Center, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Ahmanson Theatre and Mark Taper Forum. The Museum of Contemporary Art houses an acclaimed permanent collection and rotating exhibits. Historic Exposition Park is home to the California Science Center, the California African American Museum, the LA Memorial Coliseum and Sports Arena, and the Natural History Museum.

Five counties make up Greater Los Angeles – LA, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura. From the desert to the sea, and the mountains to the valleys, the diversity of the Greater LA area is astonishing. With all the choices, you're sure to find a region in our city that you'll love to call home!

JWCH, Inc.-Wesley Health Centers (Bellflower)
14371 Clark Avenue, Bellflower, CA 90706

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Wesley Health Centers (Bellflower) provides health care services for the entire family. The health center is conveniently located in close proximity to Downey, Cerritos and Lakewood.

JWCH Institute Inc. is a private non-profit health agency that was established as the Attending Staff Association of the John Wesley County Hospital in 1960 by concerned L.A. County physicians. These staff physicians sought to establish an agency that could obtain additional funds to support and augment patient care, education, and research at the John Wesley facility. When the hospital was demolished in 1979, the agency continued its efforts to assist LA County patients, but the name was no longer relevant and was subsequently changed to JWCH Institute Inc.

Prior to 1979, medical research and education at county facilities were the paramount functions of the agency. However, after 1979, medical services and patient education took priority with a focus on community-based health education and social support programs.

The agency’s current mission is to improve the health and wellness of underserved segments of the population of Los Angeles County through the direct provision or coordination of health care, health education services and research. The mission is being accomplished through a variety of programs and activities, such as medical outreach and referrals for medical care, HIV services and drug treatment; health education; psychosocial assessment and intervention; primary medical care; family planning services; and research.

A duly elected Board of Directors governs JWCH Institute. The daily administrative duties of the corporation have been delegated to the executive director who is assisted by the finance director, division directors, development officer, and human resource assistant in discharging these functions.

Bellflower, CA

One of the first Spanish land grants in California, the small city of Bellflower started out as ranching land for former members of the military and progressed over the next two centuries to become a thriving neighborhood that welcomes neighbors from the surrounding 100-mile territory for shopping and commerce. With around 75,000 people on just over six square miles of land, Bellflower is bordered by Downey, Norwalk and Cerritos, Lakewood, Long Beach and Paramount. Expect to enjoy a thriving community with a small-town feel but big-city amenities.

Head to the intersection of Bellflower Boulevard and Alondra Boulevard to find the center of the entertainment and food district in this neighborhood, with cuisine options ranging from basic American to international inspiration and a focus on fusion foods. Try KooKoo Grill Teriyaki on Woodruff Avenue for a fusion of Asian, Japanese and Mexican cuisines, popular with locals both for its dine-in menu and takeout service. Try the signature KooKoo Balls, a meat and sauce filling surrounded by a rice and sesame seed shell or the similar KooKoo Egg Rolls, another signature dish pairing a meat and sauce filling with an egg roll exterior. For breakfast options, try The Nest on Alondra Boulevard. Locals love waking up to the casual, friendly atmosphere in this small restaurant where the simple menu ranges from bacon waffles and fried egg sandwiches to scrambled eggs, breakfast poutine and creamy grits. Enjoy Italian recipes passed down from a Sicilian great-great-great grandmother at Marino's Italian Restaurant on Bellflower Boulevard, a family-style restaurant with a candlelit ambiance. Locals recommend the artichoke hearts as a starter, with entrees ranging from Sicilian pizza to spaghetti, ravioli and eggplant parmigiana. Stay on Bellflower Boulevard as evening falls to find a wide range of sports bars, karaoke joints, and dive bars. Try The Midway Bar for a laid-back atmosphere with a jukebox, Bottoms Up Bar for karaoke and a bikini bar, or Irish Tower when you're in the mood to watch some sports. Spike's Sports Bar & Grill doubles up as a sports bar and dance club, while Cocktails Anywhere offers venues to dance the night away. For live musical and theater performances, head to the William and Jane Bristol Auditorium.

Stroll along Bellflower Boulevard and the neighboring Lakewood Boulevard to find plenty of chain stores and large outlets, as well as a great selection of specialty and boutique stores. Head to Metropolis Comics for a wide range of old and new comic books and an annual Free Comic Book Day, or start a new model railroad hobby at RailMaster Hobbies. Visit Practical Magicka for essential oils, candles, and incense. For women's clothing, jewelry and accessories, try the Rag Reveil Boutique, where the focus is on putting together a complete outfit. For groceries, stop in at Ralphs on Bellflower Boulevard or try Superior Grocers on Lakewood Boulevard. Stater Bros. Markets also includes a deli, while Smart & Final caters to bargain hunters. Visit the Bellflower Farmer's Market on Oak and Clark Streets for fresh produce, bread, and cheeses.

Several small parks dot the neighborhood of Bellflower. Families enjoy T. Mayne Thompson Park due to its programs for kids, indoor basketball court, baseball diamonds and outdoor pool with diving board, as well as a playground. Alternatively, try Pirate Park for a themed playground that includes a pirate ship, fort and climbing bridge. Walk your dog along the San Gabriel River Trail, a multi-use trail alongside the water. Joggers and runners prefer Simms Park, where cardio-aerobic classes take place twice a week, alongside basketball and baseball facilities and picnic areas once you finish exercising. The 20-acre Ruth R. Caruthers Park provides lighted baseball and softball fields, a wading pool, an equestrian path and a 2.5-mile hike alongside barbecue braziers, tetherball courts and the Carpenter House Museums.

Wesley Health Centers - Lynwood
3591 East Imperial Highway, Lynwood, CA 90262

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Wesley Health Centers (Lynwood) provides comprehensive health services to men, women, and families. We are located across the street from St. Francis Medical Center in the heart of Lynwood.

Services offered at Wesley Health Centers (Lynwood) include:

Primary Health Care
Pediatrics
Behavioral Health
Chronic Disease Management
HIV Care and Treatment
Laboratory Services
Specialty Referrals

JWCH Institute Inc. is a private non-profit health agency that was established as the Attending Staff Association of the John Wesley County Hospital in 1960 by concerned L.A. County physicians. These staff physicians sought to establish an agency that could obtain additional funds to support and augment patient care, education, and research at the John Wesley facility. When the hospital was demolished in 1979, the agency continued its efforts to assist LA County patients, but the name was no longer relevant and was subsequently changed to JWCH Institute Inc.

The agency’s mission is to improve the health and wellness of underserved segments of the population of Los Angeles County through the direct provision or coordination of health care, health education services and research. The mission is being accomplished through a variety of programs and activities, such as medical outreach and referrals for medical care, HIV services and drug treatment; health education; psychosocial assessment and intervention; primary medical care; family planning services; and research.

Lynwood, CA

Lynwood is located near South Gate and Compton in the southern portion of the Los Angeles Basin. Incorporated in 1921, the city is named for Mrs. Lynn Wood Sessions, wife of a local dairyman, Charles Sessions. The local railroad siding and later Pacific Electric Railway station were named after the dairy.

In Lynwood, we strive to create and maintain a clean, safe, attractive, well-informed, self-reliant and pride filled community that provides access to outstanding social, cultural, recreational, educational and economic opportunities for residents and businesses. The University of Southern California is located only four miles from Lynwood. Other nearby attractions include the Carson Center (7 miles away), the Los Angeles Convention Center (8 miles away) and the Staples Center (9 miles away) which is a multipurpose sports arena serving as the home of five Los Angeles area professional basketball, hockey, and arena football teams. Lynwood's proximity to Los Angeles also provides quick access to many of the city's other attractions.

The Recreation and Community Services Department manages nine park facilities on 45-acres, and a wide variety of recreational programs. These programs include soccer, baseball, basketball, softball, cultural events, outdoor movies, senior trips, tiny tot classes, day camp, specialty classes and special events throughout the year. Our recreational facilities include an indoor Olympic-size pool, Bateman Hall rental facility, sports complex fully equipped with an indoor gymnasium, outdoor tennis court, indoor racquetball court, outdoor skate park and basketball court, two playground areas, five pocket parks, three community centers, with another ready to open soon.

Los Angeles County residents and visitors have access to a vast array of cultural and recreational opportunities. In addition to all the attractions offered by the private sector, the County has a number of world-class facilities including the Music Center, Hollywood Bowl, Museum of Art, the Natural History Museum, the Ford Theatre, and Marina del Rey. The County manages 87 regional and local parks, 344 miles of horse and hiking trails, 19 golf courses, 31 public swimming pools, and 25 miles of beaches.

The County operates and manages 20 beaches stretching along 25 miles of the County's pristine 75-mile mainland coast. It also owns and manages Marina del Rey, the world's largest and most modern small craft harbor, homeport to more than 5,000 pleasure boats. The County also manages Dockweiler RV Park, the only beach recreational vehicle campground in the County. Beautiful Santa Catalina Island, 22 miles off the coast, is only one hour away by boat or 15 minutes by air. Besides the normal beach activities, there are glass-bottom boats and undersea tours on a semi-submarine.

Los Angeles County is home to many world-class venues where people can enjoy the arts and culture of this region. The spectacular Walt Disney Concert Hall, one of four theatres that make up The Music Center along with the Ahmanson Theatre, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion and the Mark Taper Forum, are home to resident companies including the LA Opera, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Center Theatre Group and the Los Angeles Master Chorale. The John Anson Ford Theatres, nestled in the Hollywood Hills near the entrance of the Hollywood Bowl, are also owned and operated by the County.

 


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Jorge Rodriguez
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Los Angeles, CA  90040

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