Full Job Description
Springfield Treatment Center is seeking a Physician’s Assistant / Nurse Practitioner to provide compassionate care to our clients!
Our company was founded by experienced industry professionals who share backgrounds in daily clinic operations, medical care, clinical care, and most importantly a heart for the treatment of those suffering from the disease of addiction. We share a belief that excellent, affordable treatment should be accessible by all people and are in possession of a time tested treatment model that has proven to effectively meet this objective.
Our aim is to take this passion and performance and apply it to a treatment center that will address the needs of the under-served population and integrate medication assisted treatment into the continuum of care already shared among other medical and clinical providers in the area.
Apply today and be a part of the Team of Professionals at Springfield Treatment Center.
Contract role working 8-10 hours a week (early morning hours) Two days on-site from 5:30 – 9:30 or 6 -10 or one 8-hour day with some remote work.
Operating hours are 5AM – 1PM Monday – Friday and Saturdays from 6AM- 11AM
ORTC, LLC offers a flexible and rewarding environment where you are encouraged to express your ideas and recommend improvements.
Springfield Treatment Center is an adult outpatient opioid treatment program/substance abuse treatment provider focused on treating those suffering from an addiction to opioids (pain pills, heroin, morphine, etc.) through a combination of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) with either methadone or buprenorphine/suboxone, detoxification, and intensive one-on-one and group counseling, all in an outpatient setting. Our goal is to partner with each individual we serve to accomplish a personalized treatment program that leads them to live a healthy, productive, addiction free life.
Responsibilities and Duties
- In-clinic minimum of 8 hours per week and remote logging in to utilize the telehealth system for patient encounters
- Medical services include conducting history and physicals
- Reviewing urine drug screens and lab work, conducting assessments, participating in training, and managing crisis interventions
- Referring patients to appropriate providers outside the Company’s scope of practice, and at times participating in treatment team meetings
- Will perform medical services as outlined in the Practice Agreement agreed upon with the supervising physician.
Qualifications and Skills
- Licensure as a Nurse Practitioner / Physician Assistant in the state employed
- Current DEA License
- DATA WAIVER or ability to obtain DATA WAIVER
- Meet state requirements for employment in an opioid treatment program
- We follow federal guidelines regarding prohibited substances, even those legal at the state level.
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