Yonkers, NY

October 24, 2018

Job Description:
Part Time and Full Time Addiction Medicine Positions Seeking both full and part time addiction medicine physicians to help lead a comprehensive SUD program just outside NYC. This is an exciting opportunity to provide wide-ranging treatment in the area of addiction medicine as part of the team for inpatient detoxification and rehabilitation services, as well outpatient Medicated Assisted Treatment including Suboxone, Vivitrol and Methadone. These positions offer the right candidates an opportunity to work with a committed team of professionals to provide increased access to evidence based SUD treatments. S/He will provide clinical supervision and support to full-time and part-time providers delivering care in all program areas. The ideal candidates will be Board Certified in Psychiatry, Internal Medicine, or a related field. Certification/eligibility in Addiction Psychiatry or Addiction Medicine is preferred but not required. A buprenorphine waiver and experience with inpatient detoxification/rehabilitation a plus. Highlights include: Assessment and management of candidates presenting with withdrawal symptoms. Coordinate patients’ progress and treatment plans with an active multi-disciplinary team including counselors, nursing and psychiatry. Evaluate patients for medication assisted treatments, working collaboratively with staff to ensure continuity of care after discharge. Supervise medical students. Work closely with the Medical Director on projects assessing current practice and working to implement the most current evidence-based care for patients with substance use disorders.

Job Responsibilities:
Assessment and management of candidates presenting with withdrawal symptoms. Coordinate patients’ progress and treatment plans with an active multi-disciplinary team including counselors, nursing and psychiatry. Evaluate patients for medication assisted treatments, working collaboratively with staff to ensure continuity of care after discharge. Supervise medical students. Work closely with the Medical Director on projects assessing current practice and working to implement the most current evidence-based care for patients with substance use disorders.

Required education/experience
The ideal candidates will be Board Certified in Psychiatry, Internal Medicine, or a related field. Certification/eligibility in Addiction Psychiatry or Addiction Medicine is preferred but not required. A buprenorphine waiver and experience with inpatient detoxification/rehabilitation a plus.

Required licenses/certifications
Board Certified in Psychiatry, Internal Medicine, or a related field. Certification/eligibility in Addiction Psychiatry or Addiction Medicine is preferred but not required.

If you are interested in this job posting:
Chastity Jimenez Symphony Medical, PC cjimenez@symphonymed.org 9149644874