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Below is a comprehensive directory of suboxone doctors in Goldsboro, North Carolina. Read more about Goldsboro suboxone treatment or click here to browse your local subxone doctors.

If you can't find a suboxone doctor close to you at the time you're looking for, we recommend checking out nearby towns including: Belfast, Elroy, New Hope, and Mar-Mac. Click here for Goldsboro rehab centers.

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About Goldsboro, NC Suboxone Doctors

Suboxone, also known as Buprenorphine, is a conventional substance used for opioid dependence treatment. Physicians who prescribe Suboxone will often also recommend tandem involvement in Substance Abuse Treatment, or 12 Step Program. Buprenorphine is munfactured in many forms; the most common include a sublingual strip, a transdermal patch, a subcutaneous injection, or a subdermal implant.

Dr. Abm Ullah MD
2902 Central Heights RoadSuite A-C
Goldsboro, NC
0.68 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Dr. Ralph Berg Jr MD
1503 Wayne Memorial DriveSuite H
Goldsboro, NC
0.68 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Dr. Thomas Larson
Cherry Hospital1401 west ash street
Goldsboro, NC
0.68 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Dr. Zahid Rauf MD
2902 Central Heights RoadSuite A-C
Goldsboro, NC
0.68 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

James Disney MD
1401 West Ash Street
Goldsboro, NC
0.68 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Dr. Wilson Tabe MD
1402 Wayne Memorial Drive
Goldsboro, NC
1.01 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Dr. Muhammad Bhatti MD
2807 McLamb Place
Goldsboro, NC
2.11 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Dr. Maqsood Ahmed MD
2902 Central Heights Road
Goldsboro, NC
2.17 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Dr. Marshall Barker DO
Greene County Health Care7 Professional Dr.
Snow Hill, NC
17.22 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Elizabeth Huston NP
Greene County Health Care. Inc.7 Professional Drive
Snow Hill, NC
17.22 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Dr. Elie Osta MD
302 north Greene Street
Snow Hill, NC
17.79 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Cherry Nhor PA
444 SW Center Street
Faison, NC
20.31 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Dr. Myleme Harrison MD
19 Noble Street
Smithfield, NC
21.16 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Preecha Bhotiwihok
1910 Stanton Road
Kinston, NC
21.67 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Amy Howard NP
2901 NORTH HERRITAGE STREETSUITE B
Kinston, NC
22.37 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Tracey Smith PA
2508 N Queen St
Kinston , NC
22.82 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Tracey Smith PA
2508 N Queen Street
Kinston , NC
22.82 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Dr. Julius Mallette MD
324 North Queen Street
Kinston, NC
22.88 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Charity Sellers
324 N. Queen Street
Kinston, NC
22.88 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Dr. Lori Scott MD
108 W. Capitola Ave.
Kinston, NC
23.2 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Rhonda Anthony NP
2519 Airport BoulevardSuite C
Wilson, NC
24.54 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Dr. Abrahan Chaparro
1121 Vance Street N
Wilson, NC
25.17 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Aysel Atli
Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune100 Brewster Boulevard
Camp Lejeune, NC
27.22 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Dr. Eugene Mindel MD
Wake Forest U. Sch. of Med. Dept PsychMedical Center Boulevard
Winston Salem, NC
27.22 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Dr. Howis Toler MD
Novant Health Brunswick Medical Center240 Hospital Drive, NE
Boliva, NC
27.22 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Dr. Judith Tintinalli MD
Department of Emergency Medicine, University of North CarolinaCB 7594
Chapel Hill L, NC
27.22 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Dr. Laurence Webster MD
Serenty Integrated Medical Spa3115 Boone Trail
Fayeteville, NC
27.22 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Dr. Richard Temple MD
Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune100 Brewster Boulevard
Camp Lejeune, NC
27.22 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Pamela Pope NP
325 South Walton Drive
Benson, NC
32.06 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Alanna Hannegraf DO
516 Beaman Street
Clinton, NC
32.45 miles from the center of Goldsboro, NC

Choosing a Goldsboro Suboxone Doctor

When looking for a Suboxone Doctor in Goldsboro, NC there are numerous factors to think about. To get the best success with medication assisted treatment, finding a Suboxone doctor that monitors your progress closely is an critical aspect of recovery. Talk with the license practitioner and inquire regarding their Suboxone treatment practices, if they ever allow patients to take a few doses of Suboxone home to be self-administered, and the length of time before they typically start allowing patients to self-administer multiple doses.

Availability, distance, and office hours are also important factors to consider when looking for a Suboxone doctor. As a result of limits on the number of patients a license practitioner can treat, it may be difficult to identify a qualified license practitioner in or near Goldsboro, NC. However, if you work, go to school, or have a family that relies on you, then driving a long distance every day for your Suboxone treatment might not be practical. Our directory or helpline can assist you in finding a license practitioner is a good match for your circumstances and who is currently accepting new patients.

Success Rates of Suboxone Maintenance and Medically Assisted Detox

An addictive drug in itself, it is widely argued on whether Suboxone actually helps individuals who are dependant on opioids. Some people have reported great success with Suboxone treatment, whereas others did not. One study reported that while on Suboxone there was a decreased rate of prescription painkiller abuse at 49%, but only 8.6% exhibited signs of recovery once the Suboxone treatment ended. Other studies have shown similar relapse rates of about 90%, including cases where additional treatments where provided alongside Suboxone treatment.

Alternatives to Suboxone Treatment in Goldsboro, NC

Suboxone is only one of the multiple treatment options for those addicted to opioids. There are alternative medication assisted treatments that have previously been used in Goldsboro, NC for opioid addiction treatment, including methadone and Naltrexone. These medications might be available to you but have different regulations. For instance, methadone can only be administered at a licensed methadone clinic and not by an individual practitioner. For individuals who are motivated to get clean and who have access to a safe and supportive living environment, these MAT options might work for you.

There are contraindications for the use of Suboxone for supporting recovery from opioid addiction. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Presence of suicidal thoughts
  • Untreated mental health disorder
  • Pregnancy
  • alcohol addiction
  • Previous adverse reaction to Suboxone
  • Taking other medications that do not react well with Suboxone
  • Previous abuse of MAT

People who are not a solid candidate for Suboxone treatment, abstinence may be the best alternative option. People who plan to go through a clean-slate withdrawal can expect severe flu-like withdrawal symptoms and severe cravings. It is strongly advised to get admitted to a Goldsboro, NC opioid detox center that can provide continuous care and monitoring.

Finding a North Carolina Suboxone Doctor

When choosing a Suboxone doctor in North Carolina the first thing to do is to research the options that are available and covered by insurance. In addition to finding a physician you can afford, make sure they are qualified. Qualified medical doctors and mid-level practitioners in the United States must have an X-license in order for them to prescribe Suboxone to individuals battling opioid addiction. These individuals should also offer some sort of supplementary addiction support to ensure success whether that involves outpatient programs, or other evidence-based treatment options to support a positive outcome while completing a Suboxone treatment regimens.

Success Rates of Suboxone Maintenance and Medically Assisted Detox

There are a lot of inconsistencies in the success rates of Suboxone and Medically Assisted Detox, usually depending on the quality of care. Not all Suboxone Doctors or Medically Assisted Detoxes provide the same level of care. Unfortunately, the healthcare industry is packed with fraud, and even the Suboxone Maintenance industry is not an exception to this. A reputable Suboxone doctor is advised to increase the likelihood of success with [medication assisted treatment.

Treatment via a Suboxone doctor can be paid for via insurance or self pay. Learn how you can pay for treatment by reaching out to your Suboxone Doctor’s office. Remember that not all doctors accept all insurance plans. If you are eligible for coverage under your insurance plan, make sure you ask them what additional out of pocket costs may be associated. Lastly, always call your insurance to determine your deductible, out of pockets, and copays prior to going to the Suboxone Doctor in North Carolina.

Alternatives to Suboxone Treatment in North Carolina

Suboxone is only one of the multiple treatment options for opioid addiction. There are alternative drugs that have historically been used in North Carolina for opioid addiction treatment, including methadone and Naltrexone. These medications might be available to you but have different regulations. For example, only methadone clinics can administer methadone. For addicts who are ready to find recovery and who have access to a safe and supportive living situation, these MAT options might work for you.

There are contraindications for the use of Suboxone for opioid addiction treatment. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Presence of thoughts of suicide
  • Untreated mental health disorder
  • Pregnancy
  • Alcohol dependence
  • Previous allergic reaction to Suboxone
  • Taking other medications that do not react well with Suboxone
  • Past abuse of MAT

People who may not be able to receive Suboxone treatment, abstinence may be the best alternative option. People who plan to abstain from heroin use, or any other opioid, can expect severe flu-like withdrawal symptoms and severe cravings. It is strongly advised to contact a North Carolina opioid detox facility that can help manage these symptoms.