Housing Specialist, New Broadway Family Shelter

The Housing Specialist will be responsible for assisting clients of the New Broadway Family Shelter in finding next step housing.  This includes completing accurate assessments of each client’s next-step housing needs, developing next step housing placement goals and service plans in collaboration with each client, and assisting clients in accessing benefits to obtain next step housing. Education and Certification:  Bachelor’s degree preferred, or high school diploma or equivalent plus 3 years relevant experience working with the target populati...

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Billing Specialist, Health Services

Responsible for the administration of patient billing functions for Health Services FQHC Primary Care, Mental Health and Dental programs and will serve as a billing coding information specialist. Education and Certification: High School Diploma or GED. Medical Billing and Coding certificate required. Certified Medical Coder, not required but a plus. To Apply: Submit your resume with a cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to: recruiting@harlemunited.org.

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Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, Health Services

URAM- Harlem United’s Wellness Center is a Licensed State Operated Article 31 Mental Health Clinic that is collocated in our federally qualified health center (FQHC). Our healthcare facility is looking for a psychiatric nurse practitioner (PNP) who is responsible for psychiatric evaluations, psychopharmacological management and close collaboration with staff of medical doctors, mid-level practitioners, RNs, and mental health services to clients. We’re looking for a team player who thrives in a fast-paced environment and enjoys working directly with people in the ...

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Certified Professional Coder (CPC), Billing / Health Services

The Certified Professional Coder (CPC) is responsible for maximizing revenue collection for all Health Services FQHC Programs (Primary Care, Mental Health and Dental) and Specialty Clinics through review and reprocessing of denied claims, coding training and claims creation with follow up. Education and Certification: Associate’s Degree required, or equivalent combination of degree and experience.5-7 years of billing experience required. Certified Professional Coder, license with proof of passing the test required. Medical Billing and Coding certifica...

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Bilingual Care Manager, Health Home

The Care Manager has overall day-to-day responsibility for coordinating the provision of Health Home services for clients with complex medical, psychiatric conditions, and for facilitating clients’ access to the full range of medical and psychosocial services. The Care Manager is responsible for coordinating medical care by receiving inpatient and ER admissions of targeted clients. In addition, the Care Manager is responsible for visiting clients during inpatient stays and participating actively in discharge planning and care transition activities. ...

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Psychiatrist, Health Services

The psychiatrist is responsible for psychiatric evaluations, psychopharmacological management and close collaboration with the staff of medical doctors, RNs, NPs and mental health professionals providing mental health services to clients. The psychiatrist is working in a community health setting with open access hours, same day appointments and walk-in availability. Education and Certification: Psychiatrist (MD) degree with a minimum of 5 years working directly with clients. New York State license, DEA registration, BLS/CPR certification, Board Certification. To ...

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NYC Pride 2019

Happy Pride Month everyone! ❤️????This year, NYC Pride is monumental! New York is hosting World Pride, the largest pride celebration taking place the entire month of June. This year is also the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. This is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to bring the world together to celebrate love, equality, and the LGBTQ pride movement in the city where it started. Of the Millions of Moments of Pride, we have a lot of fond memories celebrating our staff, clients, and the Harlem United community and ...

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Together we can stop Measles

Get Up to Date on Your Vaccines! There is currently a large outbreak in NYC, mainly in Brooklyn (Williamsburgh and Borough Park) and Queens. Measles is a virus that causes fever and rash. It can be deadly and it is highly contagious. After someone coughs or sneezes, the virus can stay in the air for up to 2 hours. About 500 people have been diagnosed so far. Symptoms start with fever, cough, runny nose, red teary eyes, then a rash starts on the face and movies to other parts of the body. Infants, young children, pregnant women, people with weakened immune ...

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The Harlem 1 Miler is Back

The Harlem 1 Miler returns this year with a new venue, but the same community and competition. The 5th Annual Harlem 1 Miler, co-hosted by Harlem Run and Harlem United, is a friendly competition that brings the community together for a morning of fitness, family, and fun. All ages and fitness levels are invited to join us. This year, the race will be in East Harlem at Randall's Island Park and, as always, it will take place on Father's Day, Sunday, June 16. Enjoy the views of the bustling city, as we escape to our very own island oasis. Heats will begin at ...

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AIDSWatch 2019

AIDSWatch is the largest annual constituent-based national HIV/AIDS advocacy event in the nation. AIDSWatch provides the space for people living with HIV and their allies to meet with members of Congress and to educate them about the important issues at stake for people living with HIV in the United States. Tuesday, April 2, we went to D.C and had a great discussion around the continued funding of healthcare for the under-served, Hepatitis C treatment, and services for our clients. AIDSWatch 2019 was an amazing conference filled with so many necessary ...

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