Thank you for considering employment with Maryland Primary Care Physicians (MPCP). MPCP is a busy, growing, established family practice group with offices in Anne Arundel, Howard, Queen Anne’s and Prince George’s Counties. You will be joining a team of the best in your profession. MPCP offers its employees opportunities for both career and personal growth. The company also offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.

Mail, Fax, or e-mail resumes to:

Maryland Primary Care Physicians, LLC,  ATTN: Monica Rost, Human Resources Administrator
1111 Benfield Blvd., Suite 200, Millersville, MD 21108
410.729.5170 (fax)

resumes@mpcp.com

A Human Resources Representative will contact you if you have been selected for an interview.

Annapolis, Maryland Top

Must have clinical experience, excellent patient relations, strong attention to detail and stellar communication and customer service skills. Must possess proficiency working with computers or Electronic Medical Records, skill in diagnostic procedures, patient care, and clinical administrative procedures. Medical Assistant is responsible for triage, administrative work, and back office duties. Must be certified. Hours: 4 10/hour days.

Please fax, email or drop off resumes at the Annapolis site:

Practice Manager, Annapolis, Maryland Primary Care Physicians
129 Lubrano Drive, Suite 100
Annapolis, MD 21401
Fax: (410) 266-5095
resumes@mpcp.com


Phlebotomist needed full time. Experience a must.
Email resumes to: resumes@mpcp.com

Columbia Office
Columbia, Maryland Top


Must have experience in a fast paced medical environment. Have exceptional customer service skills, excellent communications skills to schedule appointments, attention to detail and possess a good work ethic. Proficiency working with computers is a must.Working hours Monday-Friday 8:30-5:00pm.Job Type: Full-time

Email resumes to: resumes@mpcp.com


Must have clinical experience, excellent patient relations, strong attention to detail and stellar communication and customer service skills. Must possess proficiency working with computers or Electronic Medical Records, skill in diagnostic procedures, patient care, and clinical administrative procedures. Medical Assistant is responsible for triage, administrative work, and back office duties. Must be certified.
Email resumes to: resumes@mpcp.com


General Summary of Duties: Greet, instruct, direct, and schedule patients and visitors Serve as a liaison between patients, medical support staff, providers, and the public. Maintain excellent customer service skills. Check in patients, verify and update necessary information in the Company’s electronic medical records system. Must have the ability to handle payments and follow cash control policies as established by the company. Assist patients with ambulatory difficulties. Ensure correct insurance coverage information. Answer telephones, screens calls, takes messages, and provide information as needed. File, coordinate lab work, physician reports, etc., as needed. Screen visitors and respond to routine requests for information. Understand OSHA and HIPAA regulations and requirements. Maintain work area and waiting room in neat and orderly manner. Open, date, and distribute incoming mail. Maintain patient confidentiality.

Education: High school diploma or equivalent.

Experience:

  • One year experience, preferably in a medical office setting.
  • Knowledge of medical terminology desirable and medical coding.
  • Word processing and computer experience.

Email resumes to: resumes@mpcp.com

Glen Burnie Office
Glen Burnie, Maryland Top


Must have clinical experience, excellent patient relations, strong attention to detail and stellar communication and customer service skills. Must possess proficiency working with computers or Electronic Medical Records, skill in diagnostic procedures, patient care, and clinical administrative procedures. Medical Assistant is responsible for triage, administrative work, and back office duties. Must be certified.
Email resumes to: resumes@mpcp.com


General Summary of Duties: Greet, instruct, direct, and schedule patients and visitors Serve as a liaison between patients, medical support staff, providers, and the public. Maintain excellent customer service skills. Check in patients, verify and update necessary information in the Company’s electronic medical records system. Must have the ability to handle payments and follow cash control policies as established by the company. Assist patients with ambulatory difficulties. Ensure correct insurance coverage information. Answer telephones, screens calls, takes messages, and provide information as needed. File, coordinate lab work, physician reports, etc., as needed. Screen visitors and respond to routine requests for information. Understand OSHA and HIPAA regulations and requirements. Maintain work area and waiting room in neat and orderly manner. Open, date, and distribute incoming mail. Maintain patient confidentiality.

Education: High school diploma or equivalent.

Experience:

  • One year experience, preferably in a medical office setting.
  • Knowledge of medical terminology desirable and medical coding.
  • Word processing and computer experience.

Email resumes to: resumes@mpcp.com

Pasadena Office
Pasadena, Maryland Top

CMA/RMA: Assist in the delivery of primary health care and patient care management. Perform a variety of patient care activities to assist physicians and/or mid-level providers. Escort patient to exam room, take patient histories, chief complaints, and vital signs. Assist patients in flow through the office. Prepare and organizes exam room and instruments for examination and testing, maintaining a clean and neat environment. Assist provider with various exams and procedures. Maintain a sterile field and use aseptic techniques as needed. Assist with triage, scheduling of tests, and treatments. Respond to and refer incoming telephone calls. Instruct patient and family members regarding medication and treatment instructions as detailed by the provider. Use Company’s Electronic Medical Records system (EMR) to input data, track results, navigates through patient encounters, and update patient care plans per provider orders. Properly use medical equipment and supplies in performance of duties. Administer medications, injections, and immunizations; apply splints and dressings, as requested by the provider. Prepare and handle specimens properly and forward to appropriate lab for testing. Maintain excellent customer service skills in dealings with patients, coworkers, and the public. Maintain patient confidentiality. This position would focus on supplementing our staff in the lab to increase patient access. Additionally, this position would focus on QCN, working directly with providers and patients to reduce gaps in care, by scheduling and focusing on the criteria to meet these objectives.

This is a 40 hour position approx hours would be:
Monday through Thursday 6:30 to 1:00 PM
Friday 6:30 to 3:00 pm
2 Saturdays per month
Hours would change slightly on weeks when the employee is not working a Saturday.

Education: High School diploma or equivalent and graduate from an accredited program for Medical Assistants.

Experience: One or more years of hands on experience with a broad knowledge and understanding of practices and procedures performed in a clinical setting. Strong Pediatric experience a plus.

Certificate/License: Certified Medical Assistant, CPR certification.

Job Type: Full-time

Email resumes to: resumes@mpcp.com

Administration
Millersville, Maryland Top


Responsible for posting of electronic remittance advises (ERA), checks, lockboxes and credit cards to customer accounts. Ensure medical payments, allowances, adjustments, denials and rejections are posted correctly. Ability to balance daily batch deposits. Review and research any payment discrepancies and clear unapplied payments. Research and respond to routine and complex account inquiries. Answer incoming patient phone calls through a shared phone queue. Assists in month end closing by ensuring all appropriate information is posted. Perform other duties as required.

Knowledge of medical billing/collection practices. Experience in health care environment with cash entry and electronic remittance advice. Customer service and customer phone communication experience with an ability to communicate effectively. Proficient use of computerized billing system and personal computers, including spreadsheet and word processing software applications. Knowledge of EOB’s, insurance allowables, adjustments, denials and write offs preferred.

Full Time
Monday-Friday
8:30am – 5:00pm

Education: High School Diploma, Associates Degree or appropriate work experience

Email resumes to: resumes@mpcp.com


Maryland Primary Care Physicians/Physicians Management Group LLC is seeking a full time Junior Systems Administrator to join our IT team. The position is responsible for assisting the Senior Systems Administrator in the daily administration, maintenance and monitoring of a Windows Server environment and provide 2nd Tier end user support.

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to: daily review of event logs, antivirus logs, and software patching reports. Assist the Sr. Systems Admin with: backup configurations and restore testing; Hardware and software installation; maintenance of servers, workstations, routers and switches; configuration of file and print services, AD, DNS, DHCP, and Group Policy.

The candidate will possess at least 2 years previous work experience in an IT support environment and some relevant education or certification. Working knowledge of the following technologies a plus: Windows Server systems, Active Directory, Group Policy, Networking design and protocols, networked printing, Citrix, RDP, VMware, GroupWise. Previous experience in a healthcare setting supporting an EMR helpful.

Email resumes to: resumes@mpcp.com

 

Maryland Primary Care Physicians provides equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, marital status, or sexual preference.