Make a difference and realize your passion for medicine again. Place yourself at the forefront of solving one of the biggest epidemics in our nation. Join an office-based medical practice and a team of doctors using high-quality, evidence-based medical treatment in a collaborative team environment.
Learn how to treat an illness that if left untreated is often terminal, and never turn away a patient who needs your help! You will receive excellent, free training and education to prepare you to practice safe, life-saving medicine for patients in your community. Learn best practices using an award-winning treatment methodology that revolutionizes the way substance use disorders are treated and be part of the solution!
Plus, you will enjoy an excellent work life balance, no patient quotas, and a best-in-class support team.
As the Addiction Physician Leader, you will become a respected leader and consultant for other medical professionals within the clinic.
As part of a carefully designed treatment program, you will help patients develop their knowledge and understanding, and utilize the tools they need to recover from substance use disorders and avoid relapse. You will help them move forward into fulfilling, successful lives.
Our client, a leading provider of outpatient clinics treating Opioid, Cocaine, Benzodiazepine, Alcohol and Tobacco dependency, is dedicated to finding the best Physician for this life-changing program.
There is no on call or holiday coverage, and malpractice coverage is provided. You will provide medication management and medical review for patients, and help them understand their condition and how to overcome it.
Be an instrument of change in the way we treat addiction. Apply now.
Valid medical license in state of practice
Board Certified. IM, FM or EM preferred
Controlled Substance Registration Certificate and DEA
DEA X Waiver (company will assist you in obtaining this if needed)
Experience using electronic medical records (EMR) software
Willingness to obtain board certification in Addiction Medicine within two years of hire (training and testing paid by company)
- Previous experience in a chemical dependency treatment environment