Clinical Care Associate

Grow your health care career at Central Vermont Medical Center by becoming a Clinical Care Associate at one of our Medical Group Practices.

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Learn more about our seven-week, paid Clinical Care Associate (CCA) training program, and sign up to be notified when applications reopen.

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Under the general supervision of the Practice Manager, the Clinical Care Associate II is responsible for basic clinical duties required to ready a patient for the Provider visit in the ambulatory clinic setting. The CCA II works collaboratively with the practice team to assure efficient and effective operations in the practice while maintaining confidentiality of all patients’ records, medical treatment and diagnosis and abiding by the policies and procedures of the practice.


High School degree or equivalent. 1 year of experience providing direct patient care. Medical terminology is required.


High School degree or equivalent. Completion of appropriate training and educational program. Previous medical office experience preferred. Strong communication skills including the ability to actively listen. Must be able to communicate narrative account of events accurately. Prior knowledge of EHR and data entry preferred. BLS certification within six months of hire.


1-2 years providing or assisting direct patient care required.

CCA-in-Training Program

You may be eligible for a $5,000 sign-on bonus!

Our seven-week, paid Clinical Care Associate (CCA) training program will help you develop the skills you’ll need to support one of our primary or specialty care practices.

Learn about patient-and family-centered care, medical terminology, communication techniques,  rooming patients, point-of-care testing, vital signs, measurements, screenings, procedural assistance, and more.

As you gain confidence, we’ll support you every step of the way with opportunities to further develop your skills and advance your career.

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“The most important thing for me is that nurses are able to practice at the top of their skill and knowledge, and they have a real voice in the decision making regarding how that practice is done. We have a very robust shared governance program that's been in place for several years now, and just continues to get stronger as it evolves.”

Matthew Choate, Chief Nursing Officer

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