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Sacramento Native American Health Center is growing and we are looking for talented individuals who are passionate about healthcare and giving back to the community!


Nestled in Midtown Sacramento, SNAHC is inland Northern California’s only Urban Indian health center and has been accredited through the Accreditation Association of Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) since 2010. We are one of only five Urban Indian organizations to receive this accreditation. In 2013, SNAHC demonstrated our commitment to patient centered care by successfully receiving the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) certification through AAAHC. We are the third Urban Indian Health Organization nationally to receive the PCMH accolade.



We offer Kaiser/Sutter HMO plans


We offer Equitable DPPO


We offer VSP Vision Plan

Group Life & AD&D, Short Term Disability Plans

You can choose from different offered plans with an optional employee contribution

Flexible Spending Account

Health Care & Dependent Care

Staff Development

The Lorenda T. Sanchez Staff Recognition & Development Program encourages personal development through formal education, so that employees can maintain and improve job-related skills or enhance their ability to compete for jobs within SNAHC.

Personal Time OFF (PTO)

New employees start accruing at a rate of 4.92

403(b) Plan with Company Match

We will match your 403(b) contribution by 3% after your first 90 days

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

We offer Anthem EAP at no cost to employees

Loan Forgiveness / Debt Reduction

With a two year commitment, primary care medical, dental and mental/behavioral health clinicians may be eligible for loan forgiveness or debt reduction. Programs are offered through DHHS National Health Service Corps (NHSC) and Indian Health Services Loan Repayment Program (LRP).

Many More Benefits

Many more benefits await you at our FQHC! Take a look at our benefits guide to learn more! 2021 Benefits Guide


California’s capital, Sacramento, is located 90 miles northeast of San Francisco and 100 miles southwest of Lake Tahoe, providing locals with both active city adventures and natural beauty within driving distance. Sacramento’s climate is considered to be Mediterranean-we enjoy mild temperatures with plenty of sunshine.

In a city bound by two rivers, water recreation tops the list for outdoor activities: salmon and steelhead fishing, river rafting and boating can all be enjoyed on the over 1,000 miles of waterways around Sacramento and the Delta. Nearby Folsom Lake and Lake Natoma offer sailing and windsurfing.

The city is home to the Sacramento Ballet, Sacramento OperaSacramento Theatre Company and California Musical Theatre. There are also over 30 theaters, public galleries and museums in the city; the downtown Crocker Art Museum, founded in 1885, is the oldest in the West. Each month, during the Second Saturday Art Walk, private galleries in Midtown open their doors to the public with special shows and live entertainment. Night clubs throughout town range from quiet piano bars to folk, pop, hip-hop, country western and rock & roll. Considered the “Farm-to-Fork” capital of America, Sacramento is home to some of the best dining options in the region. Local restaurants utilize the abundance of regionally grown products to create a Farm-to-Fork freshness that’s unparalleled.

Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD) is one of the oldest K-12 districts in the western United States (established in 1854). SCUSD serves 43,175 students on 75 campuses spanning 76 square miles. SCUSD is home to a 2013 California Distinguished School (West Campus High School), the only public Waldorf-inspired high school in the nation (George Washington Carver) and the only Hmong language immersion program in the state (Susan B. Anthony Elementary School).  Alumni from SCUSD’s schools include U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye, nationally renowned political scholar Dr. Cornel West and author Joan Didion. Recent graduates from SCUSD are currently attending Harvard, Stanford, UC Berkeley, UC Davis and host of other prestigious universities.


Contact Human Resources at 916-341-0575 or

Non-Discrimination and Grievance Policies

Preference in hiring is given to qualified Native Americans in accordance with SNAHC policy. Applicants claiming Indian Preference are required to submit verification of Indian certified by tribe of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of Indian heritage.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: Within the scope of Indian Preference, all candidates will receive equal consideration without regard to race, color, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, medical condition or physical or mental disability, genetic characteristic, pregnancy, marital status, veteran status, or other non-merit factors.

Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA): Sacramento Native American Health Center, Inc. abides by the mandates of the ADEA (protecting individuals 40 years and older) and considers age a non- merit factor in all employment decisions and considerations.

Americans with Disabilities Act(ADA): Sacramento Native American Health Center, Inc. abides by the mandates of the ADA and considers disability a non-merit factor in all employment decisions and considerations. Furthermore, SNAHC will make any practical, feasible, and reasonable arrangements to accommodate qualified applicants and employees with disabilities.

Applicants and employees may request an accommodation of a physical or mental disability at any time in the application process or during employment

Grievance – To file a grievance with SNAHC regarding our hiring practices, please file a report with our Compliance Officer, Eric Enriquez by calling (916) 577-4804 or emailing



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