Our mission, at Park West Health System, is to provide quality comprehensive health care service to individuals residing in our communities in an efficient and effective manner as well as improving access to primary care service for our communities with attention to medically underserved populations.
A career in community healthcare services awaits you. 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 ensures the additional exposure to an array of healthcare cases and experiences.
If you are looking for a unique opportunity for professional and personal development 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.
Baltimore is the largest city in Maryland and the center of a metropolitan area of 1.5 million people. Located on the Chesapeake Bay, the city is a melting pot of cultures and neighborhoods. Whether you’re looking to buy or rent a place in one of Baltimore’s 225+ neighborhoods, you can easily find your new home.
The city offers cultural opportunities, professional sports, outdoor activities and much more. The nationally acclaimed Inner Harbor is surrounded by the National Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center, the Baltimore Maritime Museum, and the waterfront featuring shops, restaurants, harbor cruises and a variety of activities year-round.
Historical Sites are located all around Baltimore including: Fort McHenry; the B&O Museum; and the homes of Edgar Allan Poe, Babe Ruth and H.L. Mencken provide a look into the lives of some of Baltimore's most famous citizens.
The music and theatre scene is home to the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, the elegant Lyric Opera House, and the Peabody Conservatory of Music. Theater-goers will find the bright lights of Broadway at Center Stage, as well as Theatre Project.
For lovers of the visual arts, the renowned Baltimore Museum of Art, The Walters Art Gallery, the Maryland Institute College of Art and numerous private galleries around town make for a lively contemporary art scene.
Sports fans can enjoy Orioles baseball at Camden Yards. The Baltimore Ravens play right down the street from the Orioles at M&T Bank Stadium. The Preakness, second jewel in the Triple Crown of horse-racing, is run each year at Pimlico Race Course.