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Provide clinical oversight/instruction to Community Health Aides (CHA/Ps) living and working in the village communities on Kodiak Island. Provide primary and emergent health services in KANA clinics in Kodiak and village communities, including on-call.
Assists Dentists, Dental Health Aide Therapists, and Dental Hygienists in the direct delivery of primary care dental services to the beneficiaries of Kodiak Area Native Association and the greater Kodiak Community.
Provides case management for assigned grant program; performs client intake, determines eligibility, identifies needs, and makes referrals for comprehensive wrap-around services. Maintains case files; processes financial assistance; provides training.