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Randolph Family Health Care

Randolph Family Health Care

New grads and Visa candidates welcome. Work Mon-Thurs 8-5 and Fri 8-12.

Health insurance 100% paid for by the employer. 401k with 5% match and CME allowance.

Work in the heart of North Carolina with relocation assistance and student loan repayment available.


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Dentistry - Dentist
Randolph Family Healthcare at MERCE Dental (Asheboro, NC)
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Practice Type: Employee
Setting: Community Health / Outpatient
Accepts J1 Visa? No | H1B Visa? No
Requires BE? Yes | BC? Yes
  • FT/PT
  • Hours: Monday - Thusday 8AM - 6PM | Closed Friday - Sunday
  • Employed
  • DDS/DMD
  • New Graduates Welcome
  • Average patients seen: Varies
  • Loan Repayment
  • Relocation Assistance Available
  • Compensation: Competitive in their region and based on years of experience.
  • Benefits: Health insurance 100% paid by employer | 401K with 5% match | CME with $1,500-$2k allowance | 10 days PTO (36-40 hrs, 9 days for 30 hrs) | 11 paid holidays | Life insurance, short and long-term disability 100% paid by employer | Loan repayment available. HPSA Score: 18

Family Medicine
Randolph Family Healthcare at MERCE (Asheboro, NC)
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Practice Type: Employee
Setting: Outpatient
Accepts J1 Visa? Yes | H1B Visa? Yes
Requires BE? Yes | BC? Yes
  • Full Time
  • Hours: Monday - Thursday 8 AM - 5 PM | Friday 8 AM - 12 PM
  • Employed
  • MD/DO
  • New Graduates Welcome
  • Average patients seen: 20 - 24
  • Call Schedule: Very Light
  • Loan Repayment
  • Relocation Assistance Available
  • Compensation: Competitive for the Region | Ranges Between $130K - $200K | Based on Experience
  • Benefits: Health 100% Paid by Employer | 401k With 5% Match | $1,500 - $2K CME Allowance | 10 PTO Days if Working 36 - 40 Hours, 9 PTO Days if Working 30 Hours | 11 Paid Holidays | Life | Short and Long-Term Disability 100% Paid by Employer | Loan Repayment Options Available Through the NHSC
  • Additional Information: Move to the heart of North Carolina | Asheboro is known for its comfortable, easy pace of life | Our residents enjoy a low cost of living and access to large cities | We have several locally owned restaurants each offering a variety of delectable options | Our downtown area offers unique shopping, including an entire row of antique shops | We have activities for the whole family such as the North Carolina Zoo, the Uwharrie National Forest, an aviation museum, the Piedmont Triad, and much more | We are located an hour and a half from both Charlotte and Raleigh, the state capital, and an hour from three major airports


Randolph Family Health Care

MISSION:
Randolph Family Health Care at MERCE is a non-profit organization that seeks to provide primary medical and dental services, as well as the coordination of additional support resources to medically and dentally underserved citizens of Randolph County and the surrounding area.

VISION:
Randolph Family Health Care at MERCE will strive to promote health and well-being in the community by providing comprehensive and compassionate care.


Facilities

Randolph Family Healthcare at MERCE
1831 N Fayetteville St, Asheboro, NC 27203

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Randolph Family Health Care at MERCE is a non-profit organization that seeks to provide primary medical, dental, and interim pharmacy services to medically and dentally underserved citizens of Randolph County and the surrounding area.

Merce was first established in 1993 as an all-volunteer medical facility. In 1997 the existing building was erected and on June 1998 the doors opened. In 2006 the dental office was opened at a new location on 308 Brewer St., thanks to Dr. Atwater, The Cannon Foundation, K.B. Reynolds Foundation,and The Duke Endowment. In 2007 Merce applied for and was given a 330 grant through HRSA to become a FQHC ( Federally Qualified Health Center).

Asheboro, NC

The City of Asheboro, named an All-America City by the National Civic League, is conveniently located in the Heart of North Carolina approximately 70 miles from the capital Raleigh, and Charlotte. There are many reasons why Asheboro has become a great destination in recent years because there are so many things to do and enjoy for people of all ages! From seeing one of the largest private collections of Harley Davidson© motorcycles in the country at American Classic Motorcycle Museum to concerts, plays, and shows at the Historic Sunset Theatre.

Foodies of all sorts will enjoy many of the locally owned downtown restaurants. From delicious Southern food, including one of America’s top-rated fried chicken restaurants, Magnolia 23; to European-style café, The Table Farmhouse Bakery, where you can sit outside on a sunny day under an umbrella enjoying delicious, farm-to-table food. Bia’s Gourmet Hardware offers upscale dining, and there is always something on the menu that you won’t find anywhere else. Big and small kids alike will enjoy Mike’s Chicago Dog and More; and Central Bakery, a local institution for more than 70 years, is great for those with a sweet tooth. Other popular places include Positano Italian Restaurant, The Flying Pig Food & Spirits, Times Square Pizzeria, and Hop's Barbecue, serving locals for more than 60 years. For craft beer lovers, Four Saints Brewing Company has great, locally brewed beer, or you can gather with your friends at Lumina Wine & Beer.

Unique shops on downtown’s quaint Sunset Avenue include Randolph Arts Guild Gift Shop, Brightside Gallery, and an entire row of thrift and antique shops like Collector’s Antique Mall, featuring more than 30,000 square feet of antiques and collectibles.

Bicentennial Park is a beautiful green space park situated in the center of downtown that showcases a variety of concerns and special events…all located along Sunset Avenue, recognized as a “Great Main Street," by the Great Places in North Carolina. And that’s just in downtown!

One of the largest attractions in the state is the world’s largest natural habitat zoo! The North Carolina Zoo delivers fun with family and friends, face-to-face animal encounters, enchanting outdoor art, glorious gardens, and is considered an international leader in wildlife conservation. You’ll find yourself surrounded by some of Africa’s giants including elephants, rhinos, and giraffes; share the love of gorillas with Mousaba and his six-member troop; welcome polar bear, Nikita, as he joins Anana in polar plunges at the Rocky Coast; or join in the fun at the Mud Café in KidZone. ZooFari offers guest up-close views of the 38-acre Watani Grasslands and the animals who reside there; and AirHike, a 23-obstacle ropes course, offers visitors a birds-eye view of the Zoo from the trees.

Just minutes from the zoo, guests soar through the scenic foothills of the Uwharrie Mountains at Richland Creek ZipLine & Canopy Tour, a 14-station zip line with creek views that has over a mile-and-a-half of cable, and three sky bridges.

The Uwharrie National Forest is popular with outdoor enthusiasts. The Historic Pisgah Covered Bridge, located in the Uwharries, is one of only two remaining covered bridges in North Carolina and is a great spot for photography, picnics, and short nature walks. The nearby North Carolina Aviation Museum & Hall of Fame is a fantastic place for military aviation history buffs.

Baseball enthusiasts can enjoy summertime baseball with the Asheboro Copperheads at tradition-rich McCrary Park featuring the Coastal Plain League’s rising stars. Tot Hill Farm Golf Club, just off Hwy 49 near the aviation museum, is the only 4.5-star rated course in the Piedmont Triad and has been ranked the 7th Hardest Course in America by Golf Digest. Asheboro Country Club, located in the Caraway Mountains area west of Asheboro, is an 18-hole championship course that cuts through tall oaks and towering pines and features a spring-fed lake. Designed by the famed Donald Ross in 1935, Asheboro Municipal Golf Course is a popular public nine-hole course on 56 acres of property that features beautiful tree-lined greenways.

It's impossible to experience all that Asheboro has to offer in just one visit, and that’s why people are returning year after year, and season after season.

Asheboro is served by three major airports, each within an hour’s drive - the closest of which is Piedmont Triad International in Greensboro; and five area hotels including Choice, IHG, Marriott, and Hilton rewards properties; and one inn, The Cottage in the Pines.

Randolph Family Healthcare at MERCE Dental
308 Brewer St., Asheboro, NC 27203

(Click for details)

Randolph Family Health Care at MERCE is a non-profit organization that seeks to provide primary medical, dental, and interim pharmacy services to medically and dentally underserved citizens of Randolph County and the surrounding area.

Merce was first established in 1993 as an all-volunteer medical facility. In 1997 the existing building was erected and on June 1998 the doors opened. In 2006 the dental office was opened at a new location on 308 Brewer St., thanks to Dr. Atwater, The Cannon Foundation, K.B. Reynolds Foundation,and The Duke Endowment. In 2007 Merce applied for and was given a 330 grant through HRSA to become a FQHC ( Federally Qualified Health Center).

Asheboro, NC

The City of Asheboro, named an All-America City by the National Civic League, is conveniently located in the Heart of North Carolina approximately 70 miles from the capital Raleigh, and Charlotte. There are many reasons why Asheboro has become a great destination in recent years because there are so many things to do and enjoy for people of all ages! From seeing one of the largest private collections of Harley Davidson© motorcycles in the country at American Classic Motorcycle Museum to concerts, plays, and shows at the Historic Sunset Theatre.

Foodies of all sorts will enjoy many of the locally owned downtown restaurants. From delicious Southern food, including one of America’s top-rated fried chicken restaurants, Magnolia 23; to European-style café, The Table Farmhouse Bakery, where you can sit outside on a sunny day under an umbrella enjoying delicious, farm-to-table food. Bia’s Gourmet Hardware offers upscale dining, and there is always something on the menu that you won’t find anywhere else. Big and small kids alike will enjoy Mike’s Chicago Dog and More; and Central Bakery, a local institution for more than 70 years, is great for those with a sweet tooth. Other popular places include Positano Italian Restaurant, The Flying Pig Food & Spirits, Times Square Pizzeria, and Hop's Barbecue, serving locals for more than 60 years. For craft beer lovers, Four Saints Brewing Company has great, locally brewed beer, or you can gather with your friends at Lumina Wine & Beer.

Unique shops on downtown’s quaint Sunset Avenue include Randolph Arts Guild Gift Shop, Brightside Gallery, and an entire row of thrift and antique shops like Collector’s Antique Mall, featuring more than 30,000 square feet of antiques and collectibles.

Bicentennial Park is a beautiful green space park situated in the center of downtown that showcases a variety of concerns and special events…all located along Sunset Avenue, recognized as a “Great Main Street," by the Great Places in North Carolina. And that’s just in downtown!

One of the largest attractions in the state is the world’s largest natural habitat zoo! The North Carolina Zoo delivers fun with family and friends, face-to-face animal encounters, enchanting outdoor art, glorious gardens, and is considered an international leader in wildlife conservation. You’ll find yourself surrounded by some of Africa’s giants including elephants, rhinos, and giraffes; share the love of gorillas with Mousaba and his six-member troop; welcome polar bear, Nikita, as he joins Anana in polar plunges at the Rocky Coast; or join in the fun at the Mud Café in KidZone. ZooFari offers guest up-close views of the 38-acre Watani Grasslands and the animals who reside there; and AirHike, a 23-obstacle ropes course, offers visitors a birds-eye view of the Zoo from the trees.

Just minutes from the zoo, guests soar through the scenic foothills of the Uwharrie Mountains at Richland Creek ZipLine & Canopy Tour, a 14-station zip line with creek views that has over a mile-and-a-half of cable, and three sky bridges.

The Uwharrie National Forest is popular with outdoor enthusiasts. The Historic Pisgah Covered Bridge, located in the Uwharries, is one of only two remaining covered bridges in North Carolina and is a great spot for photography, picnics, and short nature walks. The nearby North Carolina Aviation Museum & Hall of Fame is a fantastic place for military aviation history buffs.

Baseball enthusiasts can enjoy summertime baseball with the Asheboro Copperheads at tradition-rich McCrary Park featuring the Coastal Plain League’s rising stars. Tot Hill Farm Golf Club, just off Hwy 49 near the aviation museum, is the only 4.5-star rated course in the Piedmont Triad and has been ranked the 7th Hardest Course in America by Golf Digest. Asheboro Country Club, located in the Caraway Mountains area west of Asheboro, is an 18-hole championship course that cuts through tall oaks and towering pines and features a spring-fed lake. Designed by the famed Donald Ross in 1935, Asheboro Municipal Golf Course is a popular public nine-hole course on 56 acres of property that features beautiful tree-lined greenways.

It's impossible to experience all that Asheboro has to offer in just one visit, and that’s why people are returning year after year, and season after season.

Asheboro is served by three major airports, each within an hour’s drive - the closest of which is Piedmont Triad International in Greensboro; and five area hotels including Choice, IHG, Marriott, and Hilton rewards properties; and one inn, The Cottage in the Pines.
 


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Teresa Shackleford
CEO

Phone
(336) 672 - 1300
 ext.209
Address
1831 N Fayetteville Street
Asheboro, NC  27203

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