Community Medical Services
  • Billings, MT, USA
  • Part Time

Community Medical Services is a rapidly growing company with room for advancement. We currently have several locations in four states that provide substance use disorder treatment and behavioral services in the form of medication assisted treatment to clients with opioid use disorder. 

As a Medical Provider for Community Medical Services you are responsible for the overall care of all patients in the clinic. You will perform physical exams, physical assessments, as well as prescribing and managing the opioid treatment medication (methadone, buprenorphine, naloxone, extended release and long acting naltrexone) treatment plan of each patient. 

 Part-time: 15-20 hours/week

Your responsibilities as a Medical Provider will include: 

  • Ensuring all medical evaluations, medical histories, and physical examinations have been completed before patients receives initial opioid treatment medication 
  • Ongoing treatment of patients including signing medical orders, treatment plans, and documentation required by state and federal laws 
  • Keeping patient's medical case managements including chronic health problems, acute self-limited problems, health conditions, completion of EKGs and the management of prescribed medication 
  • Assisting with coordination of care, reviewing prescription drug monitoring program database, reviewing client drug screen results and other medical documentation  

 As a Medical Provider you are: 

  • Able to participate as an effective team member 
  • Able to maintain patient confidentiality at all times 
  • Sensitive to individuals receiving and seeking treatment for substance use or behavioral health disorders 
  • Great at written and verbal communication 
  • Efficient, organized, and accurate 
  • Culturally competent and sensitive to client and employee needs 

 Medical Provider Required Qualifications 

  • Licensed as a Physician Assistant, Nurse Practitioner, or Medical Doctor in the location(s) where you are providing direct medical care 
  • Knowledge of behavioral health, substance use disorders, and medication assisted treatment 
  • Understanding of ethics of confidentiality requirements of substance use clientele  
  • Eligible for or has completed the SAMHSA/CSAT Data- 2000 waiver process in order to prescribe buprenorphine for Opioid Use Disorder
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