MedMark proliferates from its beginnings in primary care into the opioid use disorder treatment field in 2006. Beginning with the purchase of 3 medication-assisted treatment programs in Northern California, MedMark Treatment Centers has now expanded to 34 programs nationwide. Our mission is to improve the lives of the patients we serve. Continue with that mission, MedMark has acquired programs who excel in the areas of patient care and customer service. MedMark treatment center is on offering enhanced resources and support to those patients while increasing accessibility to treatment for those still in need of help.
Very professional and positive environment. The staff knows every patient by name (which suprised me given how many patients come in daily) i have always had negative connotations of what treatment programs were all of which the staff, doctors and counselors have alleviated me of. I truly apprieciate everyone whom works at MedMark for making my road to recovery a very pleasant experience thus farTom couch
I haven't met a staff member, past or present, I wasn't able to build a rapport with and since I first started there in 2008 everyone has been extremely helpful as well as accepting of my disability, and while it's been up to me to stay clean, I owe a lot to Medmark for offering the treatment I needed. I have yet to meet a counselor who talks about him/herself unless I ask questions about them. Cheers, and keep up the good work!Diane Fisher
Patients must come in for treatment every day at the beginning of their program to become stabilized on a medication dose and decrease the risk of relapse. Take home medication may be earned as the patient follows the policies and procedures of the program, and meets other regulatory criteria such as time in treatment and favorable drug screens.
It is extremely dangerous to take benzodiazepines while in a medication-assisted treatment program with either methadone or buprenorphine. In combination, they have a high risk of causing sedation and respiratory depression which can lead to respiratory failure, overdose and death. Please communicate with your treatment provider and physician about the best way to manage your medications in a safe and effective way