Coulee Medical Center

Amid the stunning scenery of the Columbia Basin, along the banks of Lake Roosevelt and Banks Lake, and in the shadow of Grand Coulee Dam, sits Douglas, Grant, Lincoln and Okanogan Counties Public Hospital District # 6 doing business as Coulee Medical Center. CMC is a progressive, not-for-profit, 25 bed critical access hospital, located in rural Eastern Washington’s Grand Coulee Dam Area.


Coulee Medical Center boasts a state-of-the-art new facility built in 2011 that offers patients the highest quality of care with services on-site including Lab, Radiology, Family Medicine, Obstetrics, Urgent Care, Trauma Level IV Emergency Services, Surgical Services, Outpatient Services, Inpatient and Long Term Care, as well as Physical Therapy. We have two rural health clinics, one on-campus and the other located 25 miles to the south in Coulee City. CMC serves four counties and a population of approximately 8,000 people, with 6 physicians and 7 mid-levels on staff.  We also host visiting specialty physicians providing orthopedic, podiatry, cardiology, oncology, and sleep medicine services.


Our care extends to not just the five area communities of Electric City, Grand Coulee, Coulee Dam, Elmer City, and Coulee City, but also into the rolling wheat fields of outlying areas covering more than 50 miles in all directions and including the Colville Tribal Reservation to the north.

Coulee Medical Center Grand Coulee, WA
Feb 08, 2020
Full time
Coulee Medical Center is seeking a Certified Medical Assistant to work in our clinic. This position performs essential tasks, such as patient intake, including vital signs and medication review; performs a variety of patient care tasks, such as EKGs and PFTs. In addition, this position may be asked to work as a medical scribe to accurately and thoroughly document medical visits and procedures as they are performed by the provider. Must have good computer skills, a good understanding of medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, diagnostic procedures and excellent customer service skills. Must have a valid Washington State CM license and current BLS training. 1-year experience in clinic practice setting preferred.