30+ days ago


Chicago, IL


Position: Physician

Facility: Southwood Interventions

Location: Chicago, IL

Hours: Every Saturday up to 4 hours 

Advanced Correctional Healthcare, the industry leader in providing quality medical care, mental health care and business services to facilities caring for underserved populations, has an excellent opportunity for a Physician at Southwood Interventions located in Chicago, IL.

The qualified candidate will provide addiction medicine services along with medical oversight to the patients of residential and detoxification programs.  Youll work as part of a team, along with nursing and mental health worker support, where communication and cooperation are the keys to success.

Youll see a wide variety of cases, provide medication management and on-call support, all in a flexible schedule designed to help you maintain a good work/life balance.  There are no practice management hassles.

In return for your expertise, ACH will provide a competitive salary, paid time off, medical malpractice insurance and other benefits.

If youre looking for a company who will recognize and reward your desire to take ownership of your work, your team mentality, and your ability to think on your feet, then ACH is the company for you.


  • Currently licensed to practice medicine in the state of Illinois
  • Board certified or board eligible in a primary care specialty
  • Addiction medicine experience or board certification preferred
  • Current DEA registration
  • Current CPR certification
  • This position requires a background check
  • Approximately 4 hours of patient care every week

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