Associate Professor of Medicine (General Medicine); Director, Addiction Recovery Clinic, Internal Medicine; Associate Program Director, Ambulatory Education, Yale Primary Care Residency Program, Internal Medicine; Co-Director, Racism, Bias, and Advocacy in Medicine Distinctions Pathway, Internal Medicine
Addiction Recovery Clinic
The Addiction Recovery Clinic (ARC) is a specialty chronic disease management clinic embedded within the New Haven Primary Care Consortium (NHPCC). The ARC serves a dual mission to care for patients with substance use disorder (SUD) and to educate Yale Primary Care (YPC) residents, including trainees in the Collaborative Behavioral Health and Addiction Medicine in Primary Care (CHAMP) training program, in the identification and treatment of SUD. The ARC team consists of attending physicians, a behavioral health psychologist, advanced practice nurses, medical residents, students, and nurses. The ARC cares for patients with opioid use disorder, alcohol use disorder as well as other substance use disorders with pharmacotherapy and counseling. In addition, some of our clinicians provide addiction treatment services as part of their primary care practices in the NHPCC.
Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry
Associate Professor of Medicine (General Medicine); Director of POCUS for Internal Medicine Residencies and Hospitalist Program, General Internal Medicine; Director of the YSM Physical Exam Course, Yale Medicine
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