APRNs and Physicians Can Earn Up to a $10,000 Sign-On Bonus at Wheeler

APRNs and physicians!

Eligible candidates can earn up to a $10,000 sign-on bonus by joining Wheeler, a six-time Hartford Courant Top Workplace.


If you:

  • apply directly through our web site, and
  • work a minimum of 20 hours a week

You will earn a $5,000 bonus at start, and then an additional $5,000 after one year!

Learn more about available medical career opportunities in our integrated system of primary and behavioral health care and apply today! If you want to work in a dynamic organization that promotes recovery, health and growth in the lives of individuals, families and communities, consider a career with Wheeler.

We foster learning and professional development, and we respect and reward meaningful contributions and innovative approaches to care. Our workforce, comprising 900+ employees, is as broad and diverse as the array of clients we serve and the programs and services we offer.


NEWS RELATED TO OUR FAMILY HEALTH AND WELLNESS CENTERS

As part of an initiative funded by the City of Hartford and coordinated by the United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut, Wheeler’s Family Health & Wellness Center in Hartford is hosting public vaccination events this winter and launching an awareness campaign around the need for flu and COVID-19 vaccination in the capital city.
A three-year, $2.7 million federal grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) will facilitate and expand family-based addiction treatment and other services for pregnant and postpartum women with histories of substance use disorders.
If there's anything we've learned from the past year, it's the power of--and need for--community, particularly communities that work together for a better future that is focused on wellness, justice, and peace for all. Wheeler's new tagline, COMMUNITY | HEALTH | CARE, reflects all of these.
The new year often brings in resolutions to get in shape, and fitness can play a life-saving role in health outcomes, particularly with chronic diseases like diabetes, obesity, and heart disease. Thanks to an anonymous donor, Wheeler has received a $10,000 gift, with a pledge to match up to $5,000 more if other donors come forward by March 31, to help patients achieve better wellness through fitness in 2021.
This morning, Wheeler received our first doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, and we immediately went to work protecting our frontline health care professionals and staff,
Five organizations and individuals were recognized by Wheeler for outstanding support of its mission at the organization’s 10th Annual Hands & Hearts event, held virtually this year on December 16.
From a grant through the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving’s COVID-19 Response Fund, patients at Wheeler’s Family Health & Wellness Center, a community health center at 43 Woodland Street in Hartford, have received support since July for many basic needs of wellness and healthy life.
Suffering from headaches, or back and neck pain? Wheeler’s Family Health & Wellness Centers at 855 Lakewood Road, Waterbury, and 43 Woodland Street, Hartford, in conjunction with Anthony H. Debe, DC, offer chiropractic care for adults, children, and teens to address these conditions and more
A November 10, 2020 Connecticut Public Radio (WNPR) website story highlights how community health centers are serving patients with diabetes during the COVID-19 crisis. Wheeler's Keturah Kinch, MPA, site director, Susan Walkama Family Health & Wellness Center, Hartford, is interviewed.
Wearing a blue surgical mask, Sabrina Trocchi stood outside the Susan Walkama Health and Wellness Center at the Wheeler Clinic’s expansive Hartford campus, not far from the center’s COVID-19 testing site. Trocchi, a former chief of staff with the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services a.nd previously Wheeler’s chief operating officer, was promoted to president and CEO in November 2019. Four months later, the coronavirus pandemic tested virtually everything she knew about leadership.
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