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.


Wheeler has received a five-year, $2.6-million federal grant to expand and enhance access to medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and recovery supports for adults in Waterbury with opioid use disorders.
Wheeler’s Melissa Mendez, LCSW, IMH-E, director of Early Childhood Programs, and Kim Holyst, LCSW, director of Behavioral Health, are part of a Connecticut Health Investigative Team story that explores the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on child and adolescent mental health.
On Wednesday, September 15, more than 130 golfers, sponsors, and volunteers participated in Wheeler’s 36th Annual Golf Classic, presented by Mutual of America Financial Group, at the Country Club of Farmington, raising $52,000 to support individuals and families in care through Wheeler’s Basic Needs Fund.
Jessica Masterson RDN, CDEN, CDCES, appeared on Connoisseur Media's “For the People” radio program and highlighted Wheeler's fall pediatric nutrition/cooking series.
Wheeler President and Chief Executive Officer, Sabrina Trocchi, PhD, MPA, and Stephanie Almada, peer recovery support specialist, took part in WNPR’s August 6 “Where We Live” program and discussed the impact of COVID-19 and other factors on behavioral health and substance use; strategies for reducing stigma; the purpose and benefits of medication-assisted treatment (MAT); and priorities for addressing these issues moving forward.
Elected officials, community leaders, donors, funders, and friends gathered on July 6 for a ribbon-cutting and reception to celebrate the opening of Wheeler’s new, expanded community health center at 40 Hart Street, New Britain.
A May 20 New Britain Herald news story highlight’s Wheeler’s community health center move from its current location at 75 North Mountain Road to 40 Hart Street on June 21. Wheeler President and Chief Executive Officer, Sabrina Trocchi, PhD, MPA, was interviewed.
Individuals and families in New Britain and surrounding communities will soon have access to expanded care in one convenient location. Wheeler’s New Britain community health center at 75 North Mountain Road is moving on June 21 to 40 Hart Street, and an expanded array of health care services will now be available to people of all ages.
The Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS), in partnership with state and local organizations, and communities, celebrates National Prevention Week from May 9-15, 2021. Now in its 10th year, the effort is designed to build and expand outreach, education, and public awareness of—and action around—substance misuse and mental health.
Thanks to the support of our community, nearly $8,000 was raised in January-March matching gift challenge, exceeding the $5,000 goal by 60%! The original donor was so impressed with the outpouring of support that they matched the full $8,000 amount raised. From their initial gift and the match campaign, $26,000 has been raised in support of patient fitness and wellness.
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