Duke City Cares Family in Albuquerque, Los Lunas, and East Mountains, NM

Join the Duke City Cares Family

We’re a tight-knit family dedicated to improving the patient experience. We value collaboration, education, transparency, and making a difference in our patients’ lives, as well as our own. If you would like to join our dynamic team, check out our openings below

Medical & Clerical Staff Job Openings in Albuquerque, Los Lunas, and East Mountains, NM

Duke City Cares is hiring! Click on then Indeed links below to apply.

Employee Benefits

  • Full-time, part-time & PRN available
  • Paid Time Off
  • Medical, Dental, Vision & Supplemental Insurance Plans
  • 401k with Employer Match
  • All DCC Clinic Services available to employees & immediate family at no cost 

Training and Continued Education

At Duke City Cares we offer a unique opportunity to work and learn across various medical fields. Our cross training and open learning opportunities allow for growth into new areas.

Training offered –

We offer in-house Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Life Support (PALS) and Basic Life Support (BLS). We offer training 3 times/mo. which includes case studies, guest providers and discussion. All of our staff undergo annual training on starting IVs, phlebotomy, catherization, splinting, calculating appropriate dosages (for their scope), and suturing.

We promote an environment in which our team is empowered to utilize their fullest set of administrative and clinical skills. This allows our team to maximize its efficiency during patient registration and patient care. We are able to accomplish this through effective medical direction, extensive training policies, and always making sure that all resources necessary are available to our team. Ultimately, this results in better patient care, more cost-effective patient care, and a more fun environment in which to work. Perhaps most importantly, we foster an environment of respect for ourselves, our team members, and our patients. Our commitment to this allows us to care for our patients in a manner similar to which we would like to be cared for ourselves. Respect also results in the formation of a tight knit working team that communicates effectively with one another and further benefits patient care. We encourage and support each other both in the daily tasks of patient care and in furthering our educations whether that be through additional training at our clinic or advancing our degrees with additional schooling