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More than a job…it’s an OPPORTUNITY!

Hope. Health. Access.

Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center, Inc., provides a collaborative environment for career professionals and those new to health care to practice and develop their skills and knowledge. We offer more than a job; we are a place to serve, learn and grow. We believe every member of our staff is a contributor to our success. Our values include respect, dignity, education, efficiency, and quality service. We foster a culture of care and communication and our staff brings a wealth of interdisciplinary expertise and cultural diversity, making us a dynamic and flexible organization.

Leading the Field

Our approach is to serve the community as a whole, through preventive and integrative quality medical, dental, behavioral, educational, and youth empowerment programs. Our network of 14 integrated service sites throughout Southern Alameda County gives us the opportunity to impact all demographics of age, family status, and socio-cultural backgrounds. We foster an environment of continuous learning and collaborate with premier organizations in the health services and education industries to continue our ongoing mission to advance community health care by training and encouraging our staff to become leaders in their field.

Personal and Professional Growth

We not only promote the health and wellbeing of our community, but we also empower individuals through opportunities in employment. Using key partnerships with learning institutions and educational programs, we promote the professional development of the local workforce. We provide on-the-job training, flexible work hours, and ladders of advancement in the medical, dental, and behavioral science fields. From entry-level to professional positions, whatever your health care career goals may be, you will find a supportive environment at Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center, Inc.

Nurse Practitioner Residency Program

The application cycle for 2022-2023 opens January 10 through March 25, 2022

TVHC is proud to offer a Nurse Practitioner Residency Program as part of the East Bay Consortium Nurse Practitioners Residency Program.  The Residency is a 12-month intensive training program designed to offer new Family Nurse Practitioners and Adult Nurse Practitioners an opportunity to master the skills and confidence needed to provide care.  At TVHC, each resident will work with a diverse patient population from Union City, Hayward, San Leandro and surrounding areas of southern Alameda County.

Click here to visit our sister clinic and learn more about how to apply!

The East Bay Consortium Nurse Practitioner Residency Program is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $3,200,000 with 0% financed with non-governmental sources.  The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government.  For more information, please visit


Be a Promotora de Salud (Health Promoter)

The Promotores Program is a volunteer, community-based health education program. Based on Paulo Freire’s popular education model, our training curriculum uses proven methods for teaching volunteers how to become leaders in the community, communicate health information, and be advocates for the rights of their family and neighbors. In order to become a Promotora, participants must be 18 or older, complete at least 13 of the 16 basic training sessions, and commit to at least 5 hours of volunteer service per month.

Some of the ways Promotoras spread TVHC’s message of health and help their community are:

  • By giving health information at health fairs and other community events
  • By providing health presentations in homes, schools, and community centers
  • By helping direct community members to local resources

In return, Promotoras obtain valuable skills and knowledge through comprehensive training and volunteer experience.

If you are interested in learning more about becoming a Promotora, contact Carolina Arroyo-Solveson at (510) 471-5907 ext 3121 or

Be a TVHC General Volunteer

There is also an ongoing need for volunteers to help with administrative tasks and special events. Volunteering is a great way to give back to the community, to learn about community health care, and to gain valuable work experience. Volunteers may commit 4 hours or more per week on the days they are available. TVHC may be able to offer academic credit for volunteer hours completed.

To find out about other volunteer opportunities in the organization, please contact us at If you are a student seeking academic credit, please include your school information in your message.

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