Are you an Advanced Practice Clinician (APC) interested in joining a 12-month, post-graduate, precepted training program within the Primary Care setting?

Consider Multnomah County Health Center's APC Fellowship Program. Work as a member of a primary care team providing high quality, patient-centered care with an organization that prioritizes leading with race and addressing health inequities.

Fellows will receive:

  • Paid position, with benefits
  • Extra support and structured training to gain confidence and expertise in providing care to our diverse communities 
  • Weekly cohort sessions with experienced providers who lead didactic and clinical skill discussions 
  • Share cases with experienced providers
  • Extended onboarding program with a gradual increase in patient visits to assist in a smooth transition to practice 
  • Care teams include Integrated Behavioral Health practitioners, community health workers, clinical pharmacists, and dental providers
  • Structured clinical experiences to the top of the NP and PA scope of practice
    • Full scope primary care
    • Chronic disease management
    • Prenatal Care
    • Substance Use Disorder 
    • Mental Health
    • Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine - School based health
    • Women’s health including LARC placement

Come to one of our information sessions to learn more about our exciting program! Fellows from our inaugural cohort will share their experiences with the program. 

Info Sessions and Timeline

Info Sessions


  • Apply here (Apply without delay. First review of applications will be at the end of May, then every two weeks thereafter and may close at any time.)
  • Virtual interviews will be held on June 18th
  • Site visits are scheduled for the week of July 8th

Offers and onboarding

  • Offers by the end of the summer
  • Onboarding in September one month overlap with current fellows