Clinical Coordinator

Administrative Crestview Hills, KY


Applegate leadership remains actively involved in the opioid use disorder treatment community, working tirelessly to improve state and federal regulations by educating policy makers about the benefits of evidence-based treatments such as methadone and buprenorphine therapy.

We are seeking a Clinical Coordinator for our Crestview Hills, KY location.

Position Summary:

The Clinical Coordinator is responsible for the administrative/clinical services. The Clinical Coordinator reports to the Treatment Center Director.


  • To ensure the maintenance of quality care.
  • To monitor treatment of all patients.
  • Ensures that accurate and current clinical records are maintained by staff.
  • To conduct internal program review, patient records review, as well as conduct educational counseling related to substance abuse disorders.
  • To assess training needs of clinical and support staff with Program Director and report said needs to Program Director.
  • To ensure staff compliance with Federal and State regulations governing the treatment of patients.
  • Attend conferences, meetings and training programs as needed/directed.
  • Hold a basic understanding of substance use disorders. Additionally, keep up-dated on current drug abuse and treatment information.
  • Provide intake/readmission services.
  • Provide follow-up calls/contact to all discharging patients for at least 30 days.
  • Provide crisis intervention/supportive services to patients as needed.
  • Provide interagency reports/documentation as required.
  • Perform individual and peer file reviews on a monthly basis for the purposes of quality control.
  • Maintain and help with a chart monitoring system.
  • Participate in or direct the efforts for community and public relations activities, including advertising and marketing.
  • Collects patient program fees as necessary while in clinic.
  • Is able to efficiently use a computer.
  • Is able to efficiently use computer programs in order to ensure clinic financial accountability and accuracy.
  • Able to develop professional, helpful and effective relationships with patients.
  • Ability to function as a team leader with the ability to delegate necessary tasks for clinic stability.
  • Ability to project a positive and professional image to the community, in representation of the clinic.
  • Participates in and/or helps perform and attends monthly Clinic In-service Trainings.
  • Provide follow-up calls to new patients within 48 hours.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Medical Director and Clinical Director.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in the behavioral health field highly preferred.
  • (Additional related experience may substitute for educational component).
  • Appropriate work experience in the behavioral health field, with at least five (5) years experience in substance abuse and one (1) year of experience in administering a substance abuse treatment agency.

What We Offer:

  • Health insurance, which includes medical, dental, and life insurance
  • Paid time off, which includes major holidays, birthday holiday, vacation and sick time
  • Paid lunch hour (full hour)
  • 401(k) plan
  • A business casual work environment


AppleGate Recovery, a division of BayMark Health Services, is a multi-site, multi-service organization providing opioid use disorder treatment and rehabilitation for patients across the country. Providing high-quality, patient-centered treatment for addiction to prescription medications and other opioids remains the focus of AppleGate’s clinics. Combining evidence-based, medication assisted treatment with counseling and behavioral services, AppleGate offers the most successful option for many patients.