For your safety, Park West Health System has adjusted our operations during the COVID-19 State of Emergency:
Only patients with prior approval for face-to-face visits, including pregnant patients and children under 2 who need check-ups with vaccines. Only 1 healthy adult may accompany a pediatric patient.
All individuals entering the building (whether patient or "visitor") will have their temperature checked and be screened for COVID symptoms. We can not accept patients or visitors with COVID symptoms.
We are NOT accepting walk-in visits at this time;
Call today (Option 1) , to schedule a telehealth visit!
Worried about whether you might have been exposed, or need advice about possible COVID? Please call and we will do our best to connect you to a provider on the same day if possible! We are not testing for coronavirus at our clinics, but with a telehealth visit you can be evaluated & we can work with you to help you get testing if needed.PWHS COVID-19 Guidelines
Park West Health Systems, a network of Federally Qualified Community Health Centers in northwest Baltimore City, seeks an HIV Specialist (experienced NP or MD) to serve as the new clinical & administrative lead for its HIV Services. Park West has deep roots in the community it serves, including a robust multi-disciplinary HIV program with outreach workers, case managers, addiction services, and prison re-entry coordinator.
In addition to providing clinical care as a primary care provider, the Clinical Lead for HIV Care services would be responsible for the development of policies and procedures related to HIV standards of care & implementing these services across our 3 locations, collaborating with HIV support staff to ensure ongoing effectiveness of services, working with the Medical/Data Coordinator on outcomes and quality initiatives, and representing Park West on relevant extramural initiatives, e.g. committees of the Greater Baltimore HIV Health Services Planning Council.
The ideal candidate would be an individual with minimum 2 years experience providing clinical care to people living with HIV (NP with AAHIVM certification, MD with AAHIVM certification or ID fellowship training), a clinician with experience providing culturally competent substance use disorder care including medication-assisted therapy (eg. an X waiver or willingness to obtain one and prescribe buprenorphine when indicated), knowledgeable about PEP and PrEP, love of working in a fast-paced, multi-disciplinary environment and forging meaningful relationships with patients and colleagues. Spanish speakers are especially welcome to apply.
Competitive salary commensurate with experience & excellent benefits. Please send a CV and cover letter to Director of Human Resources Karen Williams firstname.lastname@example.org and Chief of Internal Medicine Natalie Spicyn email@example.com.