Willie Wilson
Valerie Smith, RN, practices using the patient lift machine

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of Professionals

FCHC believes that each employee contributes directly to it's success. It is our mission to provide quality primary and emergency health care to the citizens of Falls County and the surrounding area.

Our goal is to cultivate a challenging, yet compassionate work environment that helps each employee achieve his/her personal and professional goals.



Effective Date: October 22, 2020

Pay commensurate upon experience

Positions open until filled

Falls Community Hospital and Clinic, Inc. is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Submit applications and/or résumés in person, by fax, or by email: Fax: 254.883.6066 Email: jobs@fallshospital.com


The Nurse Practitioner of Primary Care is a licensed, certified, non-physician healthcare provider who actively renders direct patient care and possesses delegated prescriptive authority, is credentialed and privileged, and whose service is billed as an independent billing provider. The Nurse Practitioner is recognized by Medicare and Medicaid within the healthcare systems, and in accordance with the appropriate board. The Nurse Practitioner provides medical care based upon the scope of practice as delineated by the supervising physician. These providers typically provide care to patients in an internal medicine, family medicine, geriatric or pediatric clinic. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE ROLE The Nurse Practitioner of Primary Care assesses the physical and mental condition of patients by performing and obtaining comprehensive, problem- focused physical examinations, medical histories and prescribes, recommends and employs medical drug therapies or other forms of related therapeutic treatments. The Nurse Practitioner implements comprehensive patient treatment plans based on patient assessments, evidence-based medicine, standards of care, professional practice guidelines and in collaboration with physicians and other interdisciplinary team members when appropriate. In addition, the Nurse Practitioner counsels patients and families regarding medical processes, management of the health illness, condition, medication, nutrition, and health promotion and possible side effects or interactions with other substances such as food supplements, over the counter medications and herbal remedies. This position also performs invasive procedures specific to scope of practice as delegated by the collaborating Physician. KEY SUCCESS FACTORS The ideal candidate must have knowledge of information and techniques needed to diagnose and treat human injuries, diseases, and deformities, treatment, and rehabilitation of physical and mental dysfunctions and have strong verbal, written, communication, interpersonal, problem solving, critical thinking and computer software application skills. The ideal candidate must have the ability to develop and implement comprehensive outcomes-based patient treatment plans, counsel patients and evaluate laboratory and other diagnostic tests. 

The ideal candidate must be a graduate of an accredited Nurse Practitioner program.

QUALIFICATIONS • EDUCATION-Grad of an Accredited Program • EXPERIENCE- 2+ years of experience required • CERTIFICATION/LICENSE/REGISTRATION- • Nurse Practitioner (NP) • Registered Nurse (RN) • Basic Life Support (BLS): BLS or BLS within 30 days of hire or transfer.