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Marin Community Clinic

Now hiring excellent medical providers!

Marin Community Clinics offers competitive salary and a comprehensive employee benefit package including Medical, Dental, Vision, Short and Long Term Disability, Life Insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts as well as matching 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan, Paid Holidays, a generous Paid Time-Off Program, and Continued Medical Education reimbursement.

Other Benefits Inlcude:

- New Graduates Warmly Welcomed!
- Tax free student loan repayment through Health Service Corps (NHSC).
- Sign in bonus, and moving allowance (if eligible)
- Offering 16 days PTO 1st year and up to 26 days 4th year!


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Marin Community Clinics
6100 Redwood Blvd, Novato, CA 94945

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Marin Community Clinics, a Federally Qualified Health Center, serves as a “medical home” to more than 35,000 patients annually (13.5% of Marin's population). Over half of MCC’s patients are children. Marin Community Clinics is a multi-clinic network with full spectrum family medicine practice and Patient Centered Health Home model.

At a glance…

• Nine clinics at 6 sites (medical, dental and teen)
• Pediatric Family/Adult Medicine Primary Care
• Obstetrics and Women’s Health, Behavioral
• Health and Specialty care and other services
• Optometry, Lab, Pharmacy, Chiropractic
• Radiology and Referrals to specialists
• 300 staff, including doctors, dentists, nurses, and other clinicians
• Electronic Health Records platform
• EHR - NextGen

Novato, CA

Novato is the northernmost city in Marin County, California, and is located approximately 29 miles north of San Francisco and 37 miles northwest of Oakland. Novato, which covers 28 square miles, has a population of nearly 53,000—a density about one-half of San Rafael, and nearly one-third of Petaluma or Vallejo. Novato has a rural atmosphere largely because of its low population density and the high amount of open space and parks in and near the City.

Novato has more than 3,600 acres of open space, making it a haven for hiking and mountain biking. The views from the 1,558-foot-high Mt. Burdell are outstanding. Novato has two public golf courses, a 16,000 square foot skate park and a network of 27 oak-studded parks. Novato’s Stafford Lake Park, a 139-acre expanse is a major attraction for visitors and residents who enjoy fishing, hiking, biking or day camping. Bird watchers and wildlife observers are also drawn to Scottsdale Marsh, Deer Island Preserve and Pacheco Pond Wildlife Area. Slightly north of Novato, is the 900-acre Olompali State Park.

We have a proud tradition of community events within our historic Old Town including the Novato Festival of Art, Wine and Music each June, our annual 4th of July Parade, Nostalgia Days Classic Car Show in August, the Downtown Farmers’ Market held from May through September, and our Holiday Tree Lighting in December.

Visit downtown Novato and enjoy a leisurely stroll down historic Grant Avenue where you can peruse quaint stores and boutiques offering everything from upscale clothing and fine quality home decor to artisan food and antiques. Adults and kids alike will enjoy a treat from Powell’s Old-Fashioned Sweet Shoppe, or a scoop of refreshing handmade ice cream from the counter at La Michoacana. Just around the corner from Grant Avenue, don’t miss the iconic City Hall – a well-known local landmark. It began life as a Presbyterian church in 1896 and became City Hall in 1963, three years after the city’s incorporation. The Novato History Museum is also located in downtown Novato, next door to the Tourist Information Center on DeLong Avenue.

Join us every Tuesday evening from May through September for the Novato Farmers Market. Enjoy an abundance of fresh produce from local farms, fresh prepared foods, locally produced cheese and honey, sweet kettle corn, and much more. If you stay for dinner, there’s something for everyone including Thai food, rotisserie chicken, Himalayan and Yucatan foods, BBQ, and more. Beyond food, Novato Farmers Market offers pony rides and bounce houses for the kids and live music for the whole family. The market is also a great place to find a little something to bring back home including hand-made jewelry, knit hats, and pottery.

Just three miles west of downtown Novato, Stafford Lake is one of the more popular Bay Area parks for family picnics, outdoor fun & games or a sunset stroll. Stafford Lake Park has a relaxed, undeveloped, countryside feel despite its facilities and proximity to the city. It is often home to musical performances and other festivities. It’s 139 acres is packed with reasons to put it at the top of your list of Marin’s best parks. There’s shore fishing (catfish, bluegill, and bass), the Terwilliger nature trail, picnic areas with barbecue facilities for groups of up to 500 people, an exciting children’s play structure, lawn areas for games and activities, volleyball, a disc golf course and much more besides (although please note that swimming is not allowed).

Marin Community Clinics - Campus
3260 Kerner Blvd, Suite A, San Rafael, CA 94901

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Marin Community Clinics, a Federally Qualified Health Center, serves as a “medical home” to more than 35,000 patients annually (13.5% of Marin's population). Over half of MCC’s patients are children. Marin Community Clinics is a multi-clinic network with full spectrum family medicine practice and Patient-Centered Health Home model.

At a glance…

• Nine clinics at 6 sites (medical, dental, and teen)
• Pediatric Family/Adult Medicine Primary Care
• Obstetrics and Women’s Health, Behavioral
• Health and Specialty care and other services
• Optometry, Lab, Pharmacy, Chiropractic
• Radiology and Referrals to specialists
• 300 staff, including doctors, dentists, nurses, and other clinicians
• Electronic Health Records platform
• EHR - NextGen

San Rafael, CA

San Rafael has a lively urban environment, with a full array of cultural, arts, shopping and dining opportunities. There is always something to do in San Rafael! The City’s ever-changing Calendar of Events lists fun activities that include the annual Parade of Lights and Winter Wonderland, children’s events at the San Rafael Public Library, the seasonal Thursday evening Downtown Farmers’ Market Festival and the Twilight Criterium semi- and professional bike races. Downtown San Rafael boasts the Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center, the historic art deco movie theater, which is the home of the California Film Center and a full roster of films. Dining establishments abound, with pizza, ice cream and burgers offered, as well as ethnic food and fine dining establishments.

Art Works Downtown hosts an art gallery, art classes and the ever popular Second Fridays Art Walk. History buffs will enjoy the historic Falkirk Cultural Center, theMission San Rafael Archangel and the changing exhibits and walks offered by the Marin History Museum.

In North San Rafael, theNorthgate Mall provides an enclosed mall experience with shopping, entertainment and dining opportunities. The San Rafael Chamber of Commerce provides information on points of interest, shopping and recreation opportunities Citywide. Of course, San Rafael is part of marvelous Marin County and all it has to offer, as showcased by theMarin County Visitors Bureau.

In addition to the urban environment opportunities, San Rafael is surrounded by a beautiful natural environment of hills, open space and bayshore, with hiking, biking, camping and scenic viewing opportunities.

Marin Community Clinics - Larkspur
5 Bon Air Road, Building D, Suite 117, Larkspur, CA 94939

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Marin Community Clinics, a Federally Qualified Health Center, serves as a “medical home” to more than 35,000 patients annually (13.5% of Marin's population). Over half of MCC’s patients are children. Marin Community Clinics is a multi-clinic network with full spectrum family medicine practice and Patient Centered Health Home model.

At a glance…

• Nine clinics at 6 sites (medical, dental and teen).
• Pediatric Family/Adult Medicine Primary Care,
• Obstetrics and Women’s Health, Behavioral
• Health and Specialty care and other services:
• Optometry, Lab, Pharmacy, Chiropractic,
• Radiology and Referrals to specialists.
• 300 staff, including doctors, dentists, nurses and other clinicians.
• Electronic Health Records platform
• (EHR - NextGen).
 

Larkspur, CA

At the Larkspur Library on Magnolia Avenue, delicate rose petals blanket the top of the mahogany card catalog. "We have patrons who bring fresh flowers every time they check out or return a book," says director Frances Gordon. She points to vases scattered about the library, where stained-glass windows cast a silvery glow. "Larkspur has retained its neighborhood feel in the midst of 21st-century development," she says, adding a proud note: "We've stayed on the destination map without becoming overly touristy."

Having built its reputation as a mecca for peaceful escape, Larkspur once enjoyed the nickname "The Great Sanatorium." Today, the town lures for other reasons. For one, foodies journey here for Bradley Ogden's sensational cuisine (Lark Creek Inn and Yankee Pier). And Larkspur serves as a primary residence for many who prefer its quiet charm over nearby San Francisco's urbanism.

"Larkspur is a bedroom community," says Diane Greer, a former Larkspur real estate agent who still sells many homes here. "And it's one affordable to those who have 'made it,' economically speaking."

Still, Larkspur resists homogenization, and its eclectic houses demonstrate diversity. Magnolia Avenue cuts through the heart of downtown and cuddles the area's most prized historic houses. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, downtown Larkspur hasn't changed much in the past century.

Sandwiched between Corte Madera and Mill Valley to the south and Greenbrae and San Rafael to the north, Larkspur enjoys a compact spot in these north-of-Golden-Gate-Bridge communities. At Larkspur Landing, city-hungry residents and commuters catch the ferry for 30- to 50-minute crossings via San Francisco Bay to The City.

"We do have easy access to San Francisco. But to be honest, if I'm given the choice, I usually stay here," says Catlyn Fendler. A San Rafael resident, Catlyn once lived near the Larkspur Library, in a historic cottage owned by her husband's family, and she now owns property here. "My Texas brother came out to visit us once, and he walked around town, looked at the neighborhoods, and said, 'This is Mayberry.'"

Larkspur's bulletin boards read much like Mayberry's might: adult softball and cricket leagues; picnics at Piper Park; outdoor movies.

"I used to come to Larkspur with my father," says orchestra leader Earl Heckscher. His father, bandleader Ernie Heckscher, played for Larkspur's Rosebowl dances in the 1940s. "That was the Big Band era, and the small-town coziness that existed then is still alive and well," Earl says. Now living in next-door Kentfield, he hangs out in Larkspur. "It speaks of a way of life one has to search far and wide to find," he says.

Flowers spread this feeling not only at the library. In a coffee shop just off Magnolia Street, a basket full of blossoms welcomes patrons. "Free Roses," reads the sign. "Have one, and have a nice day."

Marin Community Clinics - San Rafael Medical Clinic
3110 Kerner Blvd., San Rafael, CA 94901

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Marin Community Clinics, a Federally Qualified Health Center, serves as a “medical home” to more than 35,000 patients annually (13.5% of Marin's population). Over half of MCC’s patients are children. Marin Community Clinics is a multi-clinic network with full spectrum family medicine practice and Patient Centered Health Home model.

At a glance…

• Nine clinics at 6 sites (medical, dental and teen).
• Pediatric Family/Adult Medicine Primary Care,
• Obstetrics and Women’s Health, Behavioral
• Health and Specialty care and other services:
• Optometry, Lab, Pharmacy, Chiropractic,
• Radiology and Referrals to specialists.
• 300 staff, including doctors, dentists, nurses and other clinicians
• Electronic Health Records platform
• EHR - NextGen

San Rafael, CA

San Rafael has a lively urban environment, with a full array of cultural, arts, shopping and dining opportunities. There is always something to do in San Rafael! The City’s ever-changing Calendar of Events lists fun activities that include the annual Parade of Lights and Winter Wonderland, children’s events at the San Rafael Public Library, the seasonal Thursday evening Downtown Farmers’ Market Festival and the Twilight Criterium semi- and professional bike races. Downtown San Rafael boasts the Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center, the historic art deco movie theater, which is the home of the California Film Center and a full roster of films. Dining establishments abound, with pizza, ice cream and burgers offered, as well as ethnic food and fine dining establishments.

Art Works Downtown hosts an art gallery, art classes and the ever popular Second Fridays Art Walk. History buffs will enjoy the historic Falkirk Cultural Center, the Mission San Rafael Archangel, and the changing exhibits and walks offered by the Marin History Museum.

In North San Rafael, the Northgate Mall provides an enclosed mall experience with shopping, entertainment and dining opportunities. The San Rafael Chamber of Commerce provides information on points of interest, shopping and recreation opportunities Citywide. Of course, San Rafael is part of marvelous Marin County and all it has to offer.

In addition to the urban environment opportunities, San Rafael is surrounded by a beautiful natural environment of hills, open space and Bay shore, with hiking, biking, camping and scenic viewing opportunities.


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Miriam Verdin
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6090 Redwood Blvd. Suite G
Novato, CA  94945

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