237-A North Fayetteville Street
Asheboro, North Carolina
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Opioid Addiction does happen to good people. But it does not have to continue to adversely affect you and your loved ones. We’re here to help you – every step of the way
At Randolph Health Internal Medicine in Asheboro, we understand how difficult Opioid Addiction is to go through, not only physically, but also emotionally. As humans, it's difficult for all of us to admit that we need a little help sometimes. It's even hard to admit that to ourselves. And it's even harder to reach out and admit to someone else that we need help.
Our providers and staff know this – we are humans too, we've experienced real life problems as well, and we've also needed a helping hand from time to time. And that's why we dedicate ourselves to providing you with an encouraging and supportive approach along with total empathy for you as a person.
We also understand that when we are going through difficult times in life and need some help, we like to keep it private, especially while we are coming to terms with our situation and taking the initial steps to get ourselves back on the right track. And that's exactly why we provide our Opioid Addiction Treatment at our traditional health care Practice. People come in to Randolph Health Internal Medicine every day for all of the typical health related issues – they're not feeling well, they need a complete physical, etc. And because of this, no one has to know why you've come to our Practice to be seen by your Provider today. Your treatment is completely discreet!
The provider, Dr. Stephen Campbell, who will help you and be with you every step of the way through this process has extensive experience in treating patients with Opioid Addiction, as he is a DATA 2000 approved physician who meets the qualifications to treat Opioid Dependency. And Dr. Campbell also specializes in treating women who are pregnant.
To assist you financially through this process, we accept commercial insurance, Medicaid and Medicare. And you do not need a referral from your physician to be seen by us (unless your insurance requires it).
We treat Opioid Addiction using medications that are a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone, which are used to treat adults addicted to narcotic painkillers and drugs such as heroin. They reduce the intense cravings and painful symptoms that accompany withdrawal.
Opioid Addiction does happen to good people. But it does not have to continue to adversely affect you and your loved ones. We’re here to help you – every step of the way.
Call us today at 336-625-3248 to make an appointment.