Why Good Neighbor?

Good Neighbor employees are proud knowing that they are making a difference to the thousands of underserved patients who depend on Good Neighbor to be their primary healthcare providers.  Together, in 2020, Good Neighbor clinics in Columbus and Fremont provided health care services to over 10,000 people from 45 zip codes.

Whether your job is scheduling appointments, providing clinical care, driving patients to and from appointments, or helping someone navigate the ins and outs of the healthcare marketplace, at Good Neighbor, your work matters!

Our Medical, Dental, and Behavioral Health clinics strive each day to offer every patient an experience that is patient-centered, culturally competent, and respectful. We use the diverse strengths and experience of our workforce team to provide the excellent patient care our patients expect and deserve.

Working at Good Neighbor provides the benefit of knowing you made a difference to someone everyday.

But our benefits don't stop there.

In addition to a competitive salary, employees who work a minimum of 30 hours a week are eligible for benefits. Coverage begins on the first of the month after their hire date.

Our current job openings are listed below.  You can also access our easy Application for Employment.

Help make a difference in the life and health of your community!  Come join our team!

We are a qualifying employer for the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.  Learn more here.

Medical Assistant


  1. Assist the provider by facilitating patient and information flow through numerous phases of the patient visit.
  2. Review daily schedule, and prepare EHR (electronic health records).
  3. Greet and escort patient to exam room in a professional and confidential manner.
  4. Obtain purpose of visit, take patient vital signs (blood pressure, pulse, temperature, measurements), and document information accurately into the EHR.
  5. Inform provider of any abnormal reading or significant deviation from previous visits, if appropriate.
  6. Perform routine procedures per provider's orders (EKG, PPD reading, ear lavage, peak flow, vision screening, audiometry, etc).
  7. Administer immunizations and injections under the direct supervision of an RN or provider.
  8. Clean exam rooms after each patient visit.
  9. Assist with scheduling of follow-up procedures, appointments, or referrals,
  10. Maintain patient care equipment and notify supervisor of repairs needed.
  11. Perform all other duties as assigned.


High school diploma or equivalent is required.


  • Certified Medication Aide License
  • Basic Life Support certification
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software
  • Ability to work well with individuals of diverse socioeconomic, cultural, and intellectual backgrounds.


  • Phlebotomy certification or previous medical assistant experience
  • Knowledge of medical terminology
  • Knowledge of universal precaution procedures in medical safety practices
  • Previous experience working in a hospital, clinic, or physician's office
  • Bi-lingual