Dr. Scott Teitelbaum and the Association of American Medical Colleges colleagues urged lawmakers to pass the Opioid Workforce Act. It would fund 1,000 new addiction medicine residencies, easing the shortage of physicians who specialize in the treatment of substance use disorder.
See media highlights stemming from Jan. 30's UF Health Florida Recovery Center expansion announcement.
FRC medical director and MBI member Dr. Scott Teitelbaum's personal journey helps him lead others to recovery.
The American Society of Addiction Medicine named Scott Teitelbaum, M.D., UF Health Florida Recovery Center medical director, winner of its prestigious award.
An article by Dr. Scott Teitelbaum featured in The Conversation discusses the use of medication to treat addiction.