As a PPhysician/DO/Pysch. with Magnolia Medical, you will provide treatment programs grounded in the latest science and best practices, using medicine and coordinated care with other medical professionals to ensure accountability. This coordinated care approach means fewer administrative duties and upfront access to important patient data. In addition, it allows you to practice at the top of your license to focus on what matters most - the patient.
With high-quality, company-provided training, you will never have to turn away a patient who needs your help. A Magnolia Medical physician, will enjoy a great work life balance with clinics closed for holidays and closed early on Fridays. You will be immersed in an environment of continual learning and collaboration.
Most importantly, you will be taking a stand in the battle against opioid addiction and helping solve one of the most challenging epidemics in our nation's history. You will save lives and help people suffering from addiction achieve the lives they want and deserve. Join us in our mission to bring effective, quality treatment to tens of thousands of patients across the country.
Job Duties & Responsibilities
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 clinics treat Opioid, Cocaine, Benzodiazepine, Alcohol and Tobacco dependency, and is dedicated to finding the best Physicians for our patients. 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.
- Valid medical license in state of practice
- Board Certified in IM, FM or ED preferred
- Controlled Substance Registration Certificate and U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency Substance Registration Certificate (DEA)
- DEA X Number (company will assist you in obtaining this if needed)
- Experience using electronic medical records (EMR) software
- Previous experience in a chemical dependency treatment environment preferred