Medical Director

Physician (MD/DO) Amherst, Ohio


Position at MedMark Treatment Centers

Part Time Medical Director Opportunity- (20 hours per week) 


The Medical Director serves as the Physician for one or more narcotic treatment programs (NTP) in the State of Ohio as designated by BayMark and accepted by Physician. This individual provides patient care, medical evaluation, establishes dosing levels, and interacts as necessary with Federal, state, county & other regulatory bodies. The Medical Director trains & manages subordinate physician extenders and provides health care services directly to patients all under the direction and responsibility of the CEO and Medical Director – OTP.

Essential Roles and Responsibilities

Serve as Physician for MedMark Treatment Center NTP(s)

Interviewing, managing, training, and evaluating physician extenders Implementation and enforcement of medical policies, procedures and training

Assistance as needed with development of clinical policies, procedures and training

Assistance as needed with completion of Federal, state, county and other regulatory applications, permits, licensure, inspections, etc.

Correspondence and interaction with key regulatory (DEA, SMA, Medicaid, SAMHSA/CSAT, etc.) personnel and accrediting bodies as necessary

Providing reports & other data as requested to CEO / Medical Director – OTP

Administrative Responsibilities

Participation in Federal & state opiate/substance abuse trainings, education programs, etc.

Inputs clinical findings in the patient charts and electronic medical records

Performs (and documents) chart reviews of all subordinate physician extenders

Interviews, trains, educates, evaluates and counsels subordinate physician extenders

Participates in meetings, teleconferences, etc. as needed

Ability to handle stressful situations and interact with others.

Must be present during working hours at the office for in person meetings and access to a computer without violating company policy.

Participates in BayMark Performance Improvement Process and accreditation process

Continually reviews and enhances medical policies, procedures and protocols

Knowledge and compliance with HIPAA policy and procedures

Knowledge of Federal, State, and Local regulations, in addition to the standards required by JCAHO/CARF/COA, Board of Health, and OSHA, CSAT and the State Methadone Authority

Minimum Qualifications

Current state licenses & DEA licenses

Ability to prescribe methadone