The Recovery Coach (RC) will provide peer recovery support services to patients with substance use disorder (SUD) and will assist patients in achieving sustained recovery. This position will facilitate patient access to recovery-oriented substance use disorder treatment, resources, and community recovery groups. The RC will bridge the segregated treatment system into a more holistic care model through providing support across multiple systems and frameworks of care. This position will maintain ongoing patient support regardless of relapse and will serve as a motivator, ally, role model, problem-solver, and advocate for patients with substance use disorders. The RC should possess thorough understanding of community culture to address the barriers to successful recovery, better tailor health messages, and provide links to community resources and treatment options.
Responsible for providing phlebotomy services in the lab to North End Waterfront Health patients as ordered by treating providers. Responsible for assisting physicians and nurse practitioners with evaluation, management, treatment of patients during office visits and other tasks related to the visit consistent with his/her training and skills in a team-based Patient Centered Medical Home environment. His/her primary roles are to assure efficient patient flow through the office, maintain neat, clean and safe patient care areas, and to promote patient satisfaction by interacting with patients in a professional, friendly manner consistent with their needs.