3 Addiction Medicine Locum Tenens Jobs
Type: Locum Tenens
Specialty: Addiction Medicine Physician Assistant Location : Vancouver, WA Start Date: 5/16-8/19 Schedule: 6am to 12pm 1-2 days per week Job Details Outpatient addiction medicine clinic Patients per day: 5-15 EMR: Smart Benefits Malpractice Insurance Coverage Highly competitive rates Weekly Electronic Pay If you’re interested, 1) Please email CV to />2) Call us at Visit us at to view our massive library of available locum tenens positions About Us: Since 1990, All Medical Personnel has focused solely on providing workforce solutions to the healthcare staffing sector. Today, All Medical Personnel is a national leader, serving clients throughout the United States. For more information, go to .
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Addiction Medicine Physician Jobs
Addiction medicine centers on the evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, recovery and prevention of the disease of addiction, serving people who show the unhealthy use of substances like nicotine, alcohol, prescription medicines, or other licit or illicit drugs. Locum tenens physicians in this subspecialty are also trained to assist family members who have been affected by a loved one’s substance abuse or addiction. Finding addiction medicine physician jobs means you’ll have the ability to work in underserved areas to help combat this serious medical issue. With nearly 20 million people struggling with addiction, you can step up to provide treatments that can save lives and help inform future generations about the dangers of substance abuse.
Education Requirements for Addiction Medicine Physician Jobs
In order to become an addiction medicine physician or an addiction psychiatrist, individuals must hold either subspecialty board certification in addiction medicine from the American Board of Preventative Medicine (ABPM), subspecialty board certification in addiction psychiatry from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN), board certification in addiction medicine from the American Board of Addiction Medicine (ABAM), or a Certificate of Added Qualification in Addiction Medicine provided by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA). Each of these certifications demonstrate that someone has received the proper education, experience, and has passed the proper exams in order to provide patients with preventative screenings and intervening treatments for substance abuse and addiction. Addiction medicine locum tenens physicians can earn anywhere from $93,000 - $264,085 a year depending on their level of experience and credentials.