Buffalo Mountain
Buffalo Mountain at sunset

A Great Place to Work and Live

Sitting on the ridges and nestled in the foothills of Southwest Virginia is where you’ll find our health centers. Tri-Area Community Health Centers in Floyd and Laurel Fork are located along the ridges of the Blue Ridge mountains.  Both are only minutes away from the Blue Ridge Parkway and endless outdoor recreational opportunities.  Tri-Area Community Health Center in Ferrum is just about 30 minutes from the parkway at the foot of the mountains. Whether you are looking for hiking, biking, fishing, kayaking or just finding a good shade tree to sit under, this is the area for you.  You will be close to the New River, Smith Mountain Lake and lots of National Parks.  This is a beautiful place to live and the people here are friendly and love their communities.

Tri-Area Community Health has been in business in this region for more than 30 years. We have established ourselves as pillars or our communities and feel privileged to be a part of them.  TACH offers an impressive benefits package including vacation time, sick days, insurance, and holiday pay.  At Tri-Area we truly think of ourselves as a family. To learn more about the Tri-Area family, please contact Terri King, HR Director at 276-398-2292 ext. 2214 or


Clinical Pharmacist wanted for Tri-Area Community Health Pharmacies at Ferrum and Laurel Fork. Full-time benefits at 32 hours a week. Join our healthcare team in providing rewarding health services to the community.  Experience in and/or desire for performing patient care services (e.g. MTM, disease management, clinical programs) preferred. Duties include some retail dispensing functions including medication counseling. The ideal candidate will have great customer service skills, attention to accuracy, and enthusiasm for assisting patients and clinic providers. Applicant must have a valid Virginia pharmacist’s license, BS in Pharmacy or Pharm.D. degree. Must be willing to travel to each location.



Tri-Area Community Health of Ferrum is currently seeking a temporary, part-time, front-line worker to screen visitors and patients for COVID symptoms at the door at the Ferrum clinic. Clinic hours are 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Mondays and 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. This position offers up to 28 hours a week and will continue on a month to month basis as needed through March 31, 2021. Qualified applicants must have a high school diploma or GED, be assertive, work well as part of a team, and follow directions. Must be available Monday through Friday.



portrait of Ms. Moles“I’ve worked at TACH for more than twenty years with wonderful, caring co-workers and I’m very proud to be a part of an organization that helps patients and the community in so many ways.” – Pat Moles, Director of Operations