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
Looking for more than a job in healthcare? A career in community healthcare services awaits. Park West is a federally-qualified community health system located in Northwest Baltimore that is nationally recognized for its longstanding commitment to the communities it serves. Healthcare is evolving. However, unlike specialty healthcare services, community healthcare insures the additional exposure to an array of healthcare cases and experiences.
If you are looking for a unique opportunity for professional and personal growth within any of the various healthcare fields, Park West may prove to be the fertile ground for honing in on your skills and placing you on a rewarding career path. Openings for full-time, part-time and contractual employees are readily available. Compensation and benefits are competitive.
Looking for more than a job in healthcare? A career in community healthcare services awaits. Park West is a federally-qualified community health system located in Northwest Baltimore that is nationally recognized for its longstanding commitment to the communities it serves. Healthcare is evolving. However, unlike specialty healthcare, working in a community health center insures additional exposure to an array of healthcare cases and experiences.
If you are looking for a unique opportunity for professional and personal growth within any of the various healthcare fields, Park West may prove to be the fertile ground for honing in on your skills and placing you on a rewarding career path. Opportunities for full and part-time employees are available. Compensation and benefits are competitive.
Full Time Position
Provides counseling/therapy services for adults in an outpatient setting with a medical home model. The Mental Health Clinician performs client and/or community focused resource coordination activities to ensure clients and/or community members receive comprehensive care. The mental Health Clinician must also have background and knowledge of trauma and the effect it has on development. The Mental Health Clinician must process training and group facilitation skills, knowledge of related community resources, and the ability to collaborate with other community organizations and agencies.
Two years of providing mental health services to a diverse population.
Must be a LCPC, LGPC, LMSW, LCSW.
Bilingual (Spanish Preferred)
Certified full-time, 2 years of ambulatory care experience with clinical and phlebotomy skills. Clinical skills, include assisting providers with routine patient care and procedures, communicating patient-related care issues to providers and nurse managers, ensuring medical supplies are stocked, completion of referrals, making appointments, sending out abnormal lab results and no show letters to patients.
Park West Health Systems, a network of Federally Qualified Community Health Centers in northwest Baltimore City, seeks a licensed psychiatrist to join our staff on a part-time basis, providing consultation and ongoing clinical management of health center patients with mental health needs, including psychiatric care for patients enrolled in our robust multi-disciplinary HIV program.
We seek a candidate with love for community-based settings and collaborative care models, with experience and interest in mood disorders, trauma, substance use disorders, and chronic medical illness including HIV. Spanish speakers are especially welcome to apply. Board certification and current license to practice in Maryland are required. This is an outpatient position with no inpatient responsibilities.
Competitive salary commensurate with experience & excellent benefits.
This is a senior level management position that provides direct management assistance under the Program Director coordinating operations of Outreach Services, Medical Case Management/Treatment Adherence, Non-Medical Case Management, Mental Health, Substance Abuse, HIV related Primary Medical Care services, EFA Food/Housing and Transportation services. This position also provides grants administration support coordinating digital management and performance data reporting, overseeing clinical quality management, staff supervisions, and preparation for annual site visits.
Licensure required (LCSW-C), Substance Use certification preferred with progressive clinical/supervisory experience for a minimum of three years.