Career Opportunities


Come join our team of dedicated staff members providing quality healthcare services with excellence and dignity to our community!


Positions available:  

Certified Medical Assistant
Duties include assisting medical providers with direct patient care, office work in adult medicine. Qualifications include H.S. diploma and formal education as a Medical Assistant. Excellent customer service skills. Compassionate and patient/service oriented. Functions as a member of a collaborative health care team to create and maintain a Patient Centered
Medical Home. Strong organizational multi-tasking skills and ability to maturely handle disruptions in a fast paced setting.

Qualifications: Current M.A. Certification and CPR certification. Computer skills and experience with electronic health records. Professional appearance and attention to detail. Bilingual in order to communicate effectively with medical providers and patients. One to three years’ experience in Ob/Gyn, Adult or Pediatrics strongly preferred. From time to time, may be assigned to multiple sites or work variation or extended hours. Transportation and current TX DL and mandated liability insurance is required.

Health Information Management Specialist (Medical Records)
Responsible for prepping, scanning and reviewing Protected Health Information to ensure completeness. Willingness to cross-train to cover other clerks. Scan and QA documents within the EHR system.

Qualifications: High School diploma including keyboarding, filing and office procedures skills, six months to one-year experience in a medical setting preferred. Knowledge of medical terminology and HIPAA regulations. Great organizational skills and ability to remain focused and constant attention to detail. Great customer service skills, this person may also function as the main BCHC operator on a rotating schedule with other HIS staff. Ability to work flexible hours including weekends and offsite. Ability to lift up to 25lbs.

Medical Office Specialist

Job duties include administrative and patient-interaction services such as registration and eligibility, charge entry and processing of medical claims in order to support the operations of the Center. Perform other duties as required to achieve organizational goals and program objectives.  

Qualifications: High School diploma. Formal Medical Office Coding required. Fluent in Medical billing terminology. Formal training CPT & ICD-10 coding.   One to three years filing medical claims strongly desired. Familiar with Microsoft Office, excel, Word.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills.   Excellent customer service including telephone etiquette.  Maintains confidentiality at all times, a team player and professional attitude.  Ability to multi task and attention to detail.  May be assigned to work at different clinic sites.  


To apply for any of the above please download and fill the BCHC Application for Employment and send it to or deliver it personally at 191 E Price Rd. Brownsville, Texas.


Brownsville Community Health Clinic (BCHC) is an FTCA deems Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). This health center receives Health and Human Services (HHS) funding and has Federal Public Health Service (PHS) deemed status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.