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About TrueNorth Health Center

TrueNorth Health Center is a multi-doctor, multi-discipline health care facility offering an alternative approach to the restoration and maintenance of optimal health. We believe that health results from healthful living, and endeavor to teach our patients how to eat and live healthfully.

We specialize in medically supervised fasting, and are conducting clinical research to investigate the role of fasting and an exclusively whole plant food diet that is free of added sugar, oil and salt, in the management of a variety of conditions including: diabetes, high blood pressure, autoimmune disorders and lymphoma.

We have been in Sonoma County for over 34 years, and operate an outpatient clinic staffed by our doctors of medicine, naturopathy, chiropractic and psychology. Our in-patient operation is housed in a 40,000+ square-foot facility, where we offer a residential health education and fasting supervision program. We also operate the TrueNorth Health Kitchen's Deli service, providing the convenience of affordable, health-promoting, vegan, SOS-free food to our patients. 

TrueNorth Health will not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, age, disability, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, or military and veteran status.


The following positions are available:


Clinical Administrator - full-time resident position

This position is for a Clinical Administrative Specialist (RN, PA, NP, DC, DO, ND, or MD) to oversee the scheduling, supervision and training of clinical staff members including doctors, nurses, medical assistants, interns and visiting practitioners. The role requires someone with sound clinical skills and excellent administrative abilities, including previous administrative experience.

Responsibilities include:

  • Hiring, scheduling, training and supervision of clinical team members providing patient care
  • Understanding of clinical operations
  • Alliance with TrueNorth’s mission of teaching specific healthful living practices
  • Ability to master each of the positions involved in our operation and ability to develop and document SOPs of clinical and administrative duties
  • A leadership role in promoting a harmonious workplace environment
  • Patient selection and screening
  • Complete clinical patient rounds and provide night coverage support as needed

This is a full-time, full charge position, which requires someone who is able to live on site. Housing is provided in an adjacent apartment complex, and includes utilities and whole plant-food meals, which are free of added salt, oil, and sugar, and are prepared by our chefs. 

If your goal is to work in a health-promoting environment that supports a whole plant-food diet, and if you value saving lives, involvement with clinical research and providing health education, and you have strong clinical skills and leadership and management experience, we would like to hire you as our Clinical Administrator.

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Medical Assistant - (full-time or part-time work, varying shifts available with housing provided)

We have an immediate opening for 1 full-time or part-time Medical Assistant, Licensed Practical Nurse, or Registered Nurse position. Multiple shifts are available.

On-campus housing may also be provided in a 2 bedroom apartment or shared apartment, depending on the applicant’s needs and ability to do night call.

The ideal candidate will be:

  • Detail-oriented
  • Able to display outstanding patient contact skills and offer superb customer service
  • Physically able to climb multiple flights of stairs per day
  • CPR certified
  • Flexible to work both weekday as well as occasional weekend shifts
  • Skilled in conducting patient rounds with doctors and taking vitals; performing in-office tests such as urinalysis, EKG, and spirometry; recording data in our electronic medical records system
  • Phlebotomy certified
  • Able to function as a practice extender for our medical doctors, including responding to doctors’ emails and relating instructions to patients; interacting with kitchen staff to facilitate patients’ nutritional needs; answering the in-house patient phone and responding to patient requests
  • Enthusiastic about offering support with other duties such as helping schedule blood draws, making appointments, and answering patient questions
  • Highly skilled in using computers and learning new software
  • An articulate and clear communicator
  • Committed to healthful eating and living
  • A non-smoker

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Naturopathic or Medical Residency - 6 month-1 year residency

This is a hands-on position with extensive patient contact involving daily rounds on the 60+ inpatients undergoing care in our residential health education program. The medical resident could be a NP, PA, MD, ND or DC.

For Naturopathic Doctors, we offer CNME certification for 1 year Naturopathic Residencies through the Association of Accredited Naturopathic Medical Colleges.

The position requires a health conscious individual who practices and/or enthusiastically supports the use of an exclusively whole, plant-food diet, free of added salt, oil and sugar, and avoids all use of tobacco, alcohol, recreational drugs, etc. You would need to enjoy direct patient contact and have the skills to interact with our medical assistants and interns. This is a very detail oriented position requiring both efficiency and effectiveness.

Responsibilities include:

  • Examining inpatients during daily rounds: taking vitals, recording symptoms and working closely with the staff and staff doctors. Common conditions include high blood pressure, diabetes, autoimmune diseases, obesity, lymphoma etc.
  • You would also coordinate with our research team that conducts clinical trials, prepares case reports and provides educational programs for our patients.

This is a full-time, resident position for 6 month-1 year duration, requiring schedule flexibility, with some on-call hours required overnight and during the weekend.

We provide housing in our adjacent apartment complex, including utilities and all vegan, SOS-free meals prepared by our chef (breakfast, lunch and dinner), in addition to a resident stipend for the position.

For the full details and to apply for this position, please click on this link:

If you have any questions, please contact: