If you are a goal-oriented, energetic, caring and friendly person, you are exactly the type of person TriValley Primary Care hopes to attract for its provider and staff positions!

TriValley Primary Care usually has positions open at one or more of its medical locations for staff clinical (RN, LPN, MA) and staff administrative positions. Both full-time and part-time positions may be open, but not yet posted. Even if an opening is not shown, you are invited to submit an application for these positions. Applications are kept on file for 365 days from receipt. Note: Receipt of applications for unposted positions are not acknowledged.

For provider positions, a notice announcing an opening will usually be posted until filled. If a notice is not shown, while you may mail your curriculum vitae to the address shown below, please note that CV’s are not kept on file for more than 90 days.

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Note: Receipt of CV’s for unposted positions are not acknowledged.

Physician Positions

The Family Practice Physician is responsible for providing medical care to patients served by TriValley Primary Care.  The position includes a pathway to partnership after 1 year of employment for experienced physicians (2 years of employment for newly licenses physicians).  The successful candidate will enjoy working cooperatively with enthusiastic, compassionate physicians in primary care of all patients.

Please email us at [email protected] for inquiries about available positions

CRNP Positions

The Family Health Nurse Practitioner is responsible for providing medical care for acute and chronic health problems, and annual physical examinations, to patients served by TriValley Primary Care in an office setting. Successful candidate holds a current PA CRNP license in good standing.

Please email us at [email protected] for inquiries about available positions

Clinical Positions

The Care Manager is a member of a team of professionals dedicated to providing quality healthcare to a patient. The Care Manager is responsible for providing patient outreach and care coordination for patients with moderate to complex medical needs under minimal supervision. Successful candidate holds a current certificate as a Certified Medical Assistant (from the American Association of Medical Assistants), or as a Registered Medical Assistant (from the American Medical Technologists Institute of Education), or holds a current Pennsylvania Nursing License in good standing.

Care Manager Positions are available at the following locations:

  • FT Clinical Position (LPN/RN) available in our Pennridge office. This position is 40 hours per week. Monday-Friday 9am-5pm or Monday-Friday 9:30am-5:30pm.

The Office Nurse and Clinical Medical Assistant are members of a team of professionals dedicated to providing quality healthcare to a patient. These clinical team members participate in patient care by rooming patients, collecting vital signs and reconciling medications, assisting the physician, performing various nursing tasks, and acting as a communication link between the patient and the physician and other healthcare providers in the community. Our clinical team members serve as an integral part of our success in value based care by ensuring patient care gaps are addressed during the patient’s visit.  Successful candidate holds a current PA nursing license (RN or LPN) in good standing, or holds a certificate as a Certified Medical Assistant or Registered Medical Assistant.  Applicants must have background clearances.

Office Nurse and Clinical Medical Assistant positions are available at the following locations:

  • FT Clinical Positions:
    • Lower Salford Office, Harleysville
    • Pennridge Office, Perkasie
    • Upper Perkiomen Office, Pennsburg
    • Lansdale Office, Lansdale
    • Franconia Office, Telford
    • North Willow Grove Office, Willow Grove

The Clinical Supervisor is a member of a team of professionals dedicated to providing quality healthcare to a patient. The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for duties such as: maintaining staff work schedules, evaluating personnel, training & orienting new employees, preparing & monitoring compliance with clinical department budget, recommending changes to work flows and processes, communicating effectively with the public, staff and providers. The Clinical Supervisor will also be responsible for reviewing quality metrics and ensuring proper steps are being taken, as well as nursing duties such as: performing EKG’s as needed, vaccines, updating patient charts, rooming patients as needed, etc.

Successful candidate will possess leadership skills and the ability to work well individually and as a team. Candidates should also be a go-getter and a self starter. Applicants must have background clearances. A minimum of 2 years experience in a busy family practice is required.

  • No positions open at this time.

Administrative Positions

The Office Manager is and administrative team member who oversees both the admin and clinical teams within the office. The position works closely with the physician shareholders to implement, manage, and monitor various initiatives within the office. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to) scheduling team members, approving payroll and PTO, monitoring overtime, training team members, hiring, firing, and maximizing efficiencies within the office. A successful candidate has experience within primary care, has some knowledge of value based primary care, and excels in a fast-paced environment.

  • No positions open at this time.

The Population Health Specialist works with our clinical and administrative teams to develop, implement and monitor workflows in the office to achieve desired outcomes as identified by the various payor value-based contracts. The population health specialist participates in office meetings, working with providers and team members to improve efficiencies and continue to educate teams in various initiatives.

  • FT Population Health Specialist available in our Lansdale Office. Hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Administrative Team Members have a variety of roles within our organization. Duties include (but are not limited to) checking patients in upon arrival, answering telephones to schedule appointments or record detailed messages for the clinical teams, checking patients out, managing in-office medical records requests, and always providing the patients with an excellent experience of care. Administrative team members may be tasked with billing or assisting with population health activities within the office. TriValley offers both Full Time and Part Time positions within our Administrative Teams.  Positions usually include rotational Saturday morning hours.

  •  FT Administrative Positions available at the following locations:
    • Lansdale Office, Lansdale
    • North Willow Grove Office, Willow Grove
    • Lower Salford Office, Harleysville
    • Franconia Office, Telford
  • PT Administrative Position available
    • Franconia Office, Telford

Central Business Office Positions (Perkasie, PA):

  • FT TCM Coordinator Position is available. This position will include: obtaining medical records post hospital discharge, monitor HSX and hospital portals for admissions, incoming faxes, and documents, communicating with care managers in each TriValley Office, and maintain a working relationship with area hospitals and their medical record departments. Position is 40 hours per week Monday-Friday 8am-4pm.
  • FT Medical Coder:  Review CPT coding based on documentation of the encounter for approximately 50 primary care providers, and provide feedback to the provider regarding any coding edits.  Position requires certification by the AAPC.  Prefer candidate with at least 1 year experience in an outpatient setting.  Coder will also provide education to new providers regarding coding guidelines, best practices, and documentation required to meet coding requirements.  This position is an in-person position.
  • FT Practice Transformation & Analytics Specialist: This position is responsible for monitoring compliance with and performance in value-based contracts within TriValley Primary Care. The position works closely with TriValley’s Practice Administrator, Clinical Committee, Population Health Specialists, Care Managers, and Supervisors, and is able to review and interpret reports from insurance companies to assess current performance and make recommendations for practice transformation efforts. The position requires a strong understanding and proficiency with numbers, percentile rankings, and general math concepts. Experience in population health and value-based contracting is beneficial. This position is on-site, and will require travel to outlying office locations – valid PA drivers license is required.
  • FT Patient Accounts Receivable:  Contact patients regarding outstanding balances via telephone, letters, and portal messaging.  Assist patients with any billing issues, verify correct insurance, and that the patient’s claim was processed properly.  Process unpaid balance for collections firm as needed.  Hours are Monday and Friday 8am – 4pm and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9am – 5pm.
  • No positions open at this time.

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Please mail completed application with resume to:

TriValley Primary Care, Corporate Office
519 South 5th Street
Suite 130
Perkasie, PA 18944

E-mail your resume to Human Resources


TriValley Primary Care considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, veteran’s status, national origin, age or disabilities or any other legally protected status, as outlined in federal and state employment laws.