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Medical Director - New Hampshire Professionals Health Program (NHPHP)

Position Title: Medical Director
Contact: [email protected]
Job Description:

The New Hampshire Professionals Health Program (NHPHP) is seeking a physician, ideally board certified in addiction psychiatry or addiction medicine, who will provide leadership, clinical expertise, and advancement of the core values and mission of the organization. The NHPHP is a nonprofit corporation, independent of other medical organizations and the State of New Hampshire, that provides peer assistance services to NH-licensed health care professionals who are experiencing difficulties with substance abuse and addiction, psychiatric and/or behavioral health concerns, stress/burnout, workrelated conflicts or professionalism concerns that are self-recognized or have come to the attention of an employer or licensing board.

NHPHP provides intake assessments, treatment referral, monitoring when indicated, as well as recovery documentation, education, advocacy, and support. NHPHP believes that early intervention and treatment offers the best opportunity for a successful outcome and for preventing a health issue from becoming a work issue.

NHPHP utilizes ASAM-Safety Sensitive Worker standards consistent with established Federation of State Physician Health Program (FSPHP) practices. Individuals interested in the position are encouraged to forward resume’ or curriculum vitae and cover letter to Dee Chapman, NHPHP Director of Operations, care of [email protected]


  • Graduate of an accredited medical or osteopathic school doctoral program and completion of residency required.
  • Physicians (trained in psychiatry, internal medicine, family practice or occupational medicine) with addiction medicine experience and board-certification is strongly preferred. Physicians with relevant experience working in a professionals health program (PHP) will also be considered.
  • Current unrestricted medical doctor (MD) or osteopathic doctor (DO) license to practice medicine in New Hampshire or eligibility for unrestricted NH license required.
  • Training and certification by a nationally recognized Medical Review Officer (MRO) board highly desirable.
  • Demonstrated leadership and supervisory experience in the effective management of programs providing intervention and treatment for substance use disorders, mental health conditions or occupational-related health issues is required.

NHPHP is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. All individuals, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected characteristic, are encouraged to apply.

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Executive Director - Louisiana Judges and Lawyers Assistance Program (JLAP)

Position Title: Executive Director
Contact: Shayna Sonnier - [email protected]
Job Description:

The Louisiana Judges and Lawyers Assistance Program (JLAP) is seeking candidates to fill its executive director position. A broad-brush professional health program, JLAP adheres to ASAM-Safety Sensitive Worker standards consistent with promulgated FSPHP practices. Individuals interested in the position are referred to the website for more information. Candidates should possess knowledge of legal and clinical functions of professional assistance programs, member in good standing of any state bar, and eight years of continuous recovery. Please forward resume’ or curriculum vitae to Shayna Sonnier, [email protected].

Clinical Coordinator (Full-time) - Washington Physicians Health Program

Position Title: Clinical Coordinator (Full-time)
Contact:Shea Scheuler, MA, LMFTA, SUDP - [email protected]
Job Description:

Washington Physicians Health Program (WPHP) has an outstanding employment opportunity for a full-time Clinical Coordinator. This position will be available for remote work. The Clinical Coordinator is an exempt employee who engages in a variety of clinical activities, manages assigned cases, assists as needed with special projects, and ensures that efficient, effective operations and procedures are in place. This person will be licensed at the Masters level in a relevant mental health field and have extensive experience with co-occurring disorders.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a professional team working in service to an important social mission. See for more information. With a generous pay structure, an excellent benefits package, flexible work arrangements, and a wonderful team of coworkers, this position offers the complete package. Please send us your cover letter and resume to [email protected].

Medical Director - Physician Health Services/Massachusetts Medical Society - Waltham, MA

Position Title:
Medical Director
Contact: Terry Dawson, Sr. HR Generalist/Recruitment at [email protected]
Job Description:
Physician Health Services, Inc. (PHS), is a nonprofit corporation that was founded by the Massachusetts Medical Society to address issues of physician health. PHS is a confidential resource for physicians and medical students who may benefit from help addressing stress, burnout, work-life balance issues, and a variety of physical and behavioral health concerns that sometimes arise in today’s hectic health care environment. These include substance use difficulties, cognitive issues, psychiatric problems, the stress of medicolegal situations, and interpersonal challenges at work or at home. PHS provides resources to those who seek our services, and is designed to provide assessments and also monitor those in need for the recovery of substance use disorders, behavioral health concerns, occupational problems, or mental or physical illness.

The Medical Director, under the direction of the Physician Health Services (PHS) Board of Directors (BOD) and Executive Director, provides clinical leadership and direction for the clinical, consulting, assessment and monitoring aspects of this nonprofit corporation dedicated to improving the health, well-being, and effectiveness of physicians and medical students while promoting patient safety. The Medical Director provides confidential consultation and support to physicians and medical students facing a wide range of health issues such as substance use disorders; mental, behavioral and emotional concerns; professional behavior; and, physical and/or neurocognitive illness. The Medical Director oversees the PHS assessment process. With the Executive Director, oversees the monitoring program and collaborates with the Executive Director to ensure that the ongoing quality of the program and its services conform to or exceed recognized standards. Collaborates with staff to establish program practices and procedures as appropriate to ensure effective outreach, intervention, monitoring and support of physicians and their medical leaders. Provides expert clinical input when needed to guide client management within program scope and goals. Identifies emerging issues related to physician health and well-being and collaborates with PHS staff to develop appropriate responses. Provides input to the Board of Registration in Medicine in matters concerning the health of physicians.

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Clinical Manager - 3 Positions Available - Maryland LCSW-C required
The Center for a Healthy Maryland, The Maryland State Medical Society Foundation

Position Title: Clinical Manager
Contact:Debra C. Sciabarrasi, Chief Operating Officer, [email protected]
Job Description:
The Center for a Healthy Maryland, The Maryland State Medical Society Foundation, is hiring a full-time Clinical Manager for the Maryland Physician Health Program and the Maryland Professional Rehabilitation Program.

Responsibilities: Provide clinical case management services to impaired physicians and other health care providers, schedule random toxicology screenings, make presentations to hospitals/organizations on issues related to physician impairment, and attend committee meetings.

Requirements: Candidates are expected to have 2-3 years of a strong clinical foundation in mental health, substance use, behavioral disorders and cognitive impairments. Experience working with professionals or in an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is preferred. Excellent clinical skills, strong organizational ability, attentiveness to details, an ability to prioritize and excellent verbal and communication skills are required. Candidates must have an LCSW-C in Maryland.

Compensation: Salary is commensurate with level of education and experience. The annual salary range is $50-65,000. We offer excellent benefits, including medical, basic life & LTD, flexible spending accounts, 401(k) plan, license renewal and continuing education.Send cover letter and resume to:

Debra C. Sciabarrasi, Chief Operating Officer
MedChi, The Maryland State Medical Society
1211 Cathedral Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Email to: [email protected]

MedChi does not discriminate against any individuals on the basis of race, gender, color, age, national origin, sexual orientation, marital status or physical disabilities, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local law, ordinance or regulation.

Medical Director - HAVEN, East Berlin, CT

Position Title: Medical Director
Contact: Maureen Sullivan Dinnan, CEO care of [email protected]
Job Description:
The Health Assistance interVention Education Network for Connecticut Health Professionals, Inc. (HAVEN) invites inquiries, nominations and applications for the position of Medical Director.

HAVEN is a non-profit organization established by professional membership organizations to provide intervention, support, and accountability for professionals licensed by the State of Connecticut Department of Public Health who have a mental or physical condition, which could affect their ability to practice safely. Examples of these conditions include substance abuse or dependence, mood disorders, anxiety, depression, degenerative neurologic conditions, and cognitive disorders.

HAVEN is a confidential resource to the extent provided by law. HAVEN is dedicated to promoting professional health and wellness.

Although HAVEN does not provide care and treatment, the primary role of the Medical Director is to conduct interventions, oversee support services, and follow ongoing compliance with wellness programs for participants in HAVEN. The Medical Director contributes to and implements the standards for the operational excellence of the program. He or she will work with the CEO and the Board of Directors to promote the vision of a healthy clinical workforce in Connecticut and to advocate for the stakeholders of the organization. He or she will work with the CEO as a public voice of HAVEN with state regulatory authorities, hospital medical and executive leadership, and others. The Medical Director will attend monthly Medical Review Committee Meetings and Quarterly Oversight Committee meetings and assist with delivery of educational presentations.

The successful candidate will be a MD or DO with board certification in psychiatry and addiction medicine with demonstrated leadership and experience in chemical dependency and mental health treatment and a strong commitment to quality improvement and operational excellence.

Confidential review of applications, and nominations will begin immediately and continue until an appointment is made. Please forward a letter of interest and curriculum vitae addressed to Maureen Sullivan Dinnan, CEO care of [email protected]

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