Interested in joining us? We are located in Southern Maryland on the Chesapeake Bay. Calvert County is close to Washington, Baltimore, and Annapolis. The public schools are ranked among the best in the country, making this family-centered area a great place to raise children.
Calvert Internal Medicine Group is a provider-owned multi-specialty group practice employing Internal Medicine Primary MD’s, Internal Medicine Subspecialty MD’s, NP’s, and PA’s. Every Practitioner is Board Certified/Board Eligible. All 3 of our offices are located in Calvert County. We are a Patient Centered Medical Home, NCQA-PCMH Level III recognized, and participate in Meaningful Use with a fully integrated EMR. CIMG providers boast a 95% patient satisfaction rating. If you are looking to practice comprehensive, patient-centered care in a collaborative environment within a vibrant community, Calvert Internal Medicine Group (CIMG) is the place for you!
Our Current Career Opportunities
Certified Medical Assistant
Calvert Internal Medicine Group is seeking a full time Certified Medical Assistant. Must have experience in performing vitals, venipunctures, and injections. Superior organizational and communication skills essential. MEDENT experience preferred but not required. Candidate must be able to travel to multiple offices. If interested, click the button below to apply.
CIMG is looking for a PRN (on-call) Certified Medical Technologist to join our team. This position will analyze laboratory specimens in accordance with established policies and procedures, performs necessary quality controls, maintains supplies, and other duties as assigned. This position requires CLS/MLS certification by ASCP. At least 2 years previous generalist experience preferred.
Allergy Coordinator, LPN – Prince Frederick
Calvert Internal Medicine Group, an independent, multi-specialty group practice located in southern Maryland seeks an Allergy Coordinator to join our team in our Prince Frederick office. Duties include but are not limited to assisting patients with any questions or concerns regarding their allergy serum; conducting training for medical assistants with administering allergy injections as requested; initiating order form for the Allergist as needed; checking messages in EHR daily and responding/documenting daily; completing orders and maintaining supply/resupply of all skin test extracts, serum extracts/venoms, and patient’s serum; making allergy serums weekly when Allergist is in the office; maintaining a patient log of pending and completed serum as needed; and reviewing serums, testing materials, and allergy extracts to ensure supplies have not expired monthly for designated work location. This position requires an HS diploma/equivalent with active and LPN licensure with the Maryland Board of Nursing. Must be proficient with phlebotomy skills. Strong communication, active listening, time management, attention to detail, and organizational, and multi-tasking skills is a must. At least 1-year previous experience working in an allergy medical office setting preferred.
Duties include but are not limited to greeting patients; answering incoming calls; scheduling appointments; managing/reviewing daily office schedules for providers; checking patients in and out; collecting copays and balances as needed; and reconciling money collected at the end of the day. The position requires an HS diploma/equivalent and at least 1 year of previous related experience preferably in a medical office preferred. The hours of this position are Monday-Thursday 11am-7pm, Friday 9am-5pm, and rotating Saturday mornings.
Patient Access Supervisor
This position is directly responsible for the coordination and supervision of the practice’s call center, medical records, front desk, and forms departments. The key responsibilities include: promotes and cultivates highly engaged teams through coaching, training, and development opportunities; interviews and makes hiring decisions to maintain adequate staffing; reviews and processes timecards in an accurate and timely manner; conducts timely training assessments and performance reviews; develops and updates training competencies for each position supervised; trains/delegates appropriate staff training responsibilities; provides timely performance improvement feedback and coaching as required; monitors the coding/overall maintenance of medical records; ensures the patient experience and service standards meet CIMG expectations; monitors work queues and uses reports and dashboards to monitor daily productivity; analyzes operations and makes recommendations to increase effectiveness, productivity, and quality of service; works collaboratively with stakeholders on issues related to patient access; serves as an escalation point of contact for patient issues and questions; oversees Market Square office inventory management of administrative supplies to maintain par levels. Position requires a HS diploma or equivalent. Bachelor’s degree in business, healthcare administration, or related field desired. At least 5 years previous administrative or operational management in a healthcare setting required. Previous supervisory experience preferred.