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doctor discusses Admission InformationAt Addiction Medication Clinic in Prince George’s County, our commitment to high-quality service starts with our admissions process. The information and procedures outlined here are designed to ensure that our patients receive the care that is most appropriate for their individual needs. To ensure that the admissions experience is as smooth and productive as possible, please carefully review the following information.

First, in order to begin Suboxone treatment at Addiction Medication Clinic, prospective patients must meet all three of the following requirements:

  • Must be age 18 years of age or older
  • Must have been opioid-dependent upon for at least a year
  • Must be in a state of active withdrawal for at least 20–24 hours (unless pregnant)

Get a Suboxone Appointment

One of our intake specialists will determine your eligibility for treatment and schedule your consultation appointment over the phone. This appointment will take approximately 15 minutes. In order to be admitted for treatment, please bring the following to your intake consultation:

  • Valid photo identification (state-issued ID card, driver’s license, or passport)
  • Proof of insurance if Suboxone treatment is covered by your plan
  • Payment for intake fees — Even patients with insurance coverage must pay an intake fee during this initial consultation. Acceptable forms of payment include cash, credit or debit cards, and money orders. Addiction Medication Clinic does not accept personal checks or payments by phone.
  • Patients transferring from another clinic should arrange to have medical records faxed or emailed to Addiction Medication Clinic.

Before your appointment, please arrange to have the following information emailed or faxed to Addiction Medication Clinic:

  • Paperwork to confirm eligibility and documented personal medical history
  • Proof of a TB test within the past two years

Women’s Health

Women who are pregnant must receive consent from their OB/GYN in order to begin Suboxone treatment. They must sign a release of information form that allows us to coordinate care. Pregnant patients who are not currently seeing an OB/GYN can consult with Addiction Medication Clinic’s staff to get referrals for prenatal care.

What Happens the Day of My Suboxone Appointment?

During Your 15-Minute Suboxone Appointment, the clinician will ask you some questions about your treatment history, psychiatric history, medical history, and other relevant issues. Female patients will take a pregnancy test.

Please note this piece of information regarding Suboxone prescriptions: Our goal is to provide all prospective patients with the medication they need after a 15-minute consultation. However, no patients are guaranteed to receive this medication on their first day. Our medical staff will determine whether a day-one prescription administration is appropriate on a case-by-case basis.

Please contact us at your earliest convenience at 833.360.0061, or contact us online for more information about our admissions process or to get answers to any other questions about Addiction Medication Clinic. We look forward to helping you take the first steps toward a healthier, drug-free, more hopeful future.