Broadway Family Medicine Clinic Opens Substance Use Recovery Clinic

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Madeline Eaton, Communications Associate
March 1, 2017

The Broadway Family Medicine Clinic has started a new Substance Use Recovery Clinic to manage highly complex pain patients, patients stuggling with chemical dependency, and patients or their family members who may be concerned about their use of substances. The goal is to treat addiction with evidence-based methods.

The clinic serves patients ages 18 or older with a suspected substance use disorder, with or without chronic pain. 

Services include: 

  • Comprehensive addiction assessments and ongoing care recommendations 
  • Medication-assisted therapy 
  • Substance abuse during pregnancy

The clinic is staffed by Dr. Bob Levy and Dr. Tanner Nissly from the Medical School's Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, as well as, residents who have additional training in addiction medicine. 

The Broadway Substance Use Recovery Clinic accepts appointments Wednesday afternoons from 1-5 pm. For more information about the Broadway Family Medicine Clinic or our North Memorial Residency Program check our their web page

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