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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.

Bilingual Preferred

Chair-Side Certified Dental Assistant F/T, Mon-Fri in a community medical center. 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.




Full-time position with a minimum of two years ambulatory clinical experience, preferably pediatrics. Week-day hours. Excellent benefits. Please submit cover letter with salary requirements and resume.

Federally Qualified Community Health Center located in Northwest Baltimore seeking a Full-time or Part-time Board certified general pediatrician. Weekday Schedule. 2 years clinical experience in private practice or a community health setting required. No hospital inpatient covering. MD License.  Excellent benefits.

The Medical Case Manager reports to the Client Services Coordinator and provides medical case management/treatment adherence services for The Hidden Garden Program as instructed.


  •  Duties:
    • Set up initial interview with client;
    • Confirm Ryan White eligibility and applicable documentation;
    • Refer client to primary medical care;
    • Complete HIV/AIDS Bio-psychosocial Clinical Assessment form;
    • Determine level of case management assistance required to achieve goals and self-sufficiency (limited, intermediate, intensive);
    • Develop a care plan with the client that identifies goals, interventions, and timeframes for resolution;
    • Document progress made toward achievement of goals in chart/CAREWare;
    • Provide support, advocacy, consultation, and crisis intervention to the client and other family and household members;
    • Maintain face to face, telephone, and other encounters with and on behalf of the client based on the level of care required;
    • Follow up on scheduled and kept primary care appointments to ensure labs are updated every three-four months;
    • Provide assistance in scheduling specialty care appointments and follow up as needed;
    • Update bio-psychosocial assessment, care plan, eligibility information: insurance, income, residence every six months;
    • Participate in multidisciplinary team meetings to discuss clients with co-morbid conditions;
    • Participate in the completion of monthly, quarterly, semiannual and annual Ryan White reports;
    • Provide assistance in developing and implementing quality management initiatives;
    • Facilitate support and skills development groups; 
    • Assist in developing community partnerships for clinical support, referrals and linkage to care;
    • Attend relevant meetings and required trainings;
    • Other duties as assigned.


  • Qualifications:
    • Master’s Degree in social work;
    • Relevant experience and sensitivity to HIV/AIDS and African-Americans and other minority community related issues.
    • LMSW licensure;
    • An awareness of local AIDS services and resource providers at the public and community levels.