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PostPosted: Mon Aug 10, 2015 6:25 pm 
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I have more than 50 enrollment slots available as of August, 10, 2015.
Additional information, fee schedules, and clinic dates can be accessed at sajmd.com or sajmd.mobi
Some of the conditions are:
1. Must be resident of Murfreesboro, TN, and surrounding area (generally within one hour driving distance)
2. I am not an addiction specialist or psychiatrist, and will not prescribe any medication other than Suboxone, Zubsolv, Bunavail, and induction medications. I do not prescribe Subutex.
3. I am not an approved provider for any insurance. I do not see Medicare, Tricare, Medicaid, or Tenncare patients. Others are enrolled as Self pay patients. I can not assist you with your claims or preauthorizations.
4. This is an outpatient program, patients are seen once a month.
5. I do not see IV drug users, they need a much more intensive program, and need to be seen more frequently; I do not have such resources.
6. Patients are required to enroll in an ongoing counselling program with a licensed counselor of their choice and under their own arrangement. Counseling is not included or provided at my clinic. Patients must attend counseling at least once a month, bring the workbook and counseling record to receive $50 discount. Counseling is required for 12 months/12 sessions, after that it is optional. Counseling is also optional once patients taper their dose to 4mg/day or less.
7. Treatment protocol: New patients 16mg/day, first month, 12mg/day for 2 to 6 months. Target is 8mg/day within 2 to 6 months. Patients control as to how soon they can complete the program. Transfer patients are started at 12mg/day or lower.
8. Part time clinic, operates only on specified dates.
9. Enrollment is started with a phone interview.
10. Not accepting IV drug users, pregnant patients, patients allergic to Naloxone or Suboxone, and patients with severe medical problems, ... such patients are better served in a program that has the resources needed to provide additional services.
11. No expensive urine drug screens. Random urine drug screen included in fee.

Treatment is cheaper than addiction. If you have the motivation and self discipline to conquer your addiction ... then an outpatient program can work for you. You can do it while you work or attend school. Cell / Text 615-968-7727. Phone calls from outside area code 615 and 931 are ignored.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 11, 2015 12:49 am 
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Thank you so much for letting us know about this new opportunity for treatment!

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