Area Medical Director Job – Scranton PA

Why You'll Love this Area Medical Director Job

When you become an Area Medical Director at CleanSlate Centers, you will oversee and provide treatment programs grounded in the latest science and best practices, using medicine and coordinated care with other medical professionals to ensure accountability. This coordinated care approach means upfront access to important patient data. In addition, it allows you and your team of providers to practice at the top of your license to focus on what matters most - the patient.
As an Area Medical Director with CleanSlate, you will lead, direct and support the clinical teams at your assigned clinics, assisting in making medical judgments as needed. You will work with center, regional and corporate leaders to ensure comprehensive and quality delivery of patient care. You may also help identify and implement service or delivery improvements. Finally, you will serve as the functional supervisor for all personnel, including hiring, performance management, and terminations as required.
When you join CleanSlate Centers, you will enjoy a great work life balance with clinics closed for holidays and closed early on Fridays. You will be immersed in an environment of continual learning and collaboration. 
Most importantly, you will be taking a stand in the battle against opioid addiction and helping solve one of the most challenging epidemics in our nation's history.  You will save lives and help people suffering from addiction achieve the lives they want and deserve. Join us in our mission to bring effective, quality treatment to tens of thousands of patients across the country! Apply today.

Job Duties & Responsibilities

  • Manage the clinic operations to ensure the corporate goals of service, associate engagement, patient experience are accomplished and maintain a culture that focuses on quality medical care and customer service
  • Provide medical care to patients approximately 60%
    • 40% in an identified home clinic
    • 20% remotely within the area medical director’s assigned clinics
  • Provide quality and utilization review of charts in each center, and maintain quality assurance for all clinical delivery and clinical quality issues, assisting in the solution of any medical problems
  • Communicate and work with medical staff to ensure coordinated efforts for the provision of high quality medical treatment and client service
    • Attend meetings in-person and remotely as a function of quality review and to support clinical culture
  • Assist center, regional and corporate management in identifying, analyzing and resolving work problems
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of existing clinical methods and procedures and suggest improvements
  • Support in the orientation of new staff, as well as staff understanding of and compliance with company ethical, legal / regulatory, and professional policies and procedures
  • Assist in recruitment of physicians and physician assistants as necessary
  • Direct, review and evaluate performance of physicians and physician assistants
  • Serve as a liaison between the medical staff and administrator/corporate management
  • Contribute solutions to intra- and inter-departmental problems, mediating professional disputes and problems as needed
  • Support efforts of administrative and marketing personnel in securing new and maintaining current business as required
  • Assist, as required, in resolution of client grievances regarding medical issues


  • Degree of Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) or Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.) from a U.S. accredited institution
  • Previous experience in Addiction Medicine
  • Current license to practice medicine in the State where the center is located
  • Current Controlled Substances Registration certificate from the Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S. Department of Justice
    • Hold an X-Waiver with the DEA
  • Board Certification in Occupational Medicine, Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine or Family Practice (preferred)
  • Skill in developing and maintaining medical quality assurance and quality control standards, maintaining records, writing reports, and responding to correspondence
  • Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with patients, medical staff and the general public, motivating, and working effectively with others
  • Ability to react calmly, objectively and effectively in emergency situations
  • Ability to communicate clearly with patients, staff and clients, including the ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals  
  • Flexibility in working hours
  • Effectively resolve conflicts as they arise
  • Travel up to 25% of time

Type: Full Time (Salaried)

Job ID: 9108