The Medical Director is responsible for the efficient and effective medical services provided to patients according to the Policies & Procedures. Conducts patient's medical history and physical examinations. Medical monitoring of patients in all phases of treatment as required.
The Medical Director is responsible for providing onsite, outpatient medical services. This role is responsible for implementing treatment plans in coordination with the supervising physician and communicating with patients. This will include patient's medical history and physical examinations. Medical monitoring of patients in all phases of addiction treatment as required. This role will positively impact the lives of individuals who suffer from substance use disorder. We work with our providers to set up consistent weekly schedules. These schedules are maintained and given every five weeks in order to provide coverage for any absences (if needed). We offer flexible schedules and very competitive pay as an employee not contractor. Providers are eligible for up to $400 per year in approved training reimbursement related to their role. Crossroads also provides medical malpractice insurance for providers.
We are seeking a PT Medical Director to join our office-based, outpatient medicated assistance treatment program. The ideal candidate would have the knowledge and skills to provide prevention, screening, intervention and treatment related to substance use disorders. As an outpatient Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program, Crossroads currently serves 9 states (PA, VA, TX, TN, NC, NJ, KY, GA, and SC) with over 100+ clinics since 2005. Our corporate office is based in Greenville, SC. Our INSPIRE culture sets us apart in how we interact not just with patients, but with our communities and each other.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following and other duties that are assigned.
Model appropriate physical and emotional boundaries with clients and co-workers
Prescribe appropriate medications and treatments as indicated by patient assessment.
Keep updated on current drug abuse and treatment information.
Assist in the development and implementation of a treatment plan.
Monitor patients continuously and maintains a safe, protective environment for the patients.
Complete medical documentation according to Crossroads standards.
Document any incidents or unusual occurrences per policy and procedure.
Assure patient's medical history and physical examination are completed.
Assure patients are referred to proper agencies when treatment is beyond our scope.
The Practitioner must meet state-defined minimum active/current licensure, education, and experience requirements which may include the following:
Licensed Physician in the state you will work with Crossroads.
D.E.A licensure in the state you will work for Crossroads.
Crossroads Treatment Centers was founded to serve a patient population with opioid addiction. Since its founding in 2005, the company has grown rapidly and now includes over 100 treatment centers in 10 states. Each member of the Crossroads team specializes in an area that supports the recovery of over 26,000 patients. Crossroads' clinical staff includes physicians, pharmacists, counselors, nurses, and other service coordinators. Along with medication management, our staff works closely with each patient to create an individualized treatment plan aimed at building recovery and relapse prevention skills.