NorthNode Group Counseling is seeking Addiction Medicine Physicians and Nurse Practitioners with the ability to prescribe buprenorphine to join our team to fulfill its mission of restoring life and balance to those suffering from Substance Use Disorders. We provide care on an outpatient basis primarily to those suffering from opioid addiction and operate as a fresh, innovative, and comprehensive Office Based Opioid Treatment (OBOT) provider offering medication-assisted treatment along with counseling and case management services.
Part-time and Full-time roles for providers available.
Newly waivered welcomed!
Training and support provided.
Friendly and caring work environment.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
– Provide initial evaluation, diagnosis, treatment and ongoing support for individuals with complex addiction and substance related health conditions.
– Complete full and appropriate documentation to support professional billing for services.
– Provide education regarding illness and prognosis to assist with clarification of patient and family goals of care and support development of a comprehensive care plan.
– Interpret test results to diagnosis any health issues and provide feedback to patients.
– Educate and Counsel patients regarding medication compliance.
– Work with an interdisciplinary team of professionals to administer the best care for those patients that need not only medical therapy but behavioral health services as well.
– Conduct patient follow-up visits regarding patients’ progress with medication and/or treatment.
– Contact patient’s PCP and/or specialist(s) when necessary.
– Evaluate lab results and provide consultation regarding abnormal results.
– Review and oversee progress and treatment plans, including making any adjustments.
– Maintain required licensure, certifications, and CME credits.
– Active and unrestricted medical license as a physician or nurse practitioner within the state of Delaware.
– Experience providing addiction medicine services for both medically and socially complex populations.
– Experience managing complex substance use disorders.
– Ability to develop relationships with network and community physicians and other providers.
– Current DEA licensure and prescriptive authority in state(s) where applicable.
– DATA 2000 (XDEA) waiver (newly waivered welcome!).
– Ability to work on-site with diverse care teams in a variety of settings.
– Effective time management and communication skills.
– Computer literate and experience with Electronic Health Records (EHRs)