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Bardstown, KY, Nelson County, Introducing Our Telemedicine Program

Telemedicine Program

Bardstown, KY, Nelson County, Introducing Our Telemedicine Program

Opiate dependence, both prescription painkillers and illegal substances, has reached serious and deadly levels in America. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, “Opioids are a class of drugs that include the illegal drug heroin as well as pain relieves available legally by prescription, such as OxyContin, Vicodin, codeine, morphine and many others.” The same report highlighted that 90 American’s die each day from an opiate overdose. In Bardstown, KY, Nelson County, we are introducing our telemedicine suboxone program to help people needing treatment resources.

How Are We Reaching Addiction in Remote Areas?

In and around the Bardstown, KY, Nelson County area it can be hard for people to access medication-assisted treatment. With an extreme shortage of providers, programs not accepting new patients or having a long waiting list, we realized something drastic needed to be done. Getting our medication-assisted treatment program physically into these areas wasn’t a feasible solution so we decided to offer telemedicine. Our telemedicine program is revolutionizing treatment options for people in hard to reach locations. Right now, we are aware of the logistical challenges facing KY residents and we are here to meet that challenge and save lives.

Don’t Worry About Cost: Contact Our Suboxone Program Right Now!

Not only do you not have to worry about having no access to suboxone treatment, we are bringing it to remote areas through telemedicine services. Our program offers medication-assisted treatment using suboxone, we monitor our remote patients closely and we are used to providing drug treatment for those facing very challenging circumstances. If you are interested in finding out more information about our telemedicine services, you can do just that by picking up the phone. Additionally, do not use the excuse of not having the money to pay for treatment because we accept state Medicaid, private medical insurance and offer very affordable treatment options to help everyone we can.

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