536 Signal Hill Drive Ext  |  Statesville, NC  28625  |  704-872-0234
31 E. Main Ave  |  Taylorsville, NC  28681
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​We Specialize in Coordination of Care
Bobby P. Kearney, M.D. is a Board Certified Addictionologist by the American Board of Addiction Medicine. By working with a specialist in pain management and addictionology, you are empowered with the information and resources you need as a professional to help the people you support address potential substance abuse problems.  

After Dr. Kearney completes his assessment he will contact your office with his recommendation and then send your patient back for a follow-up appointment with you. Referrals for treatment may also be made if you have already determined an addiction problem exists. We value coordination of care.​

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Make the S.T.A.R.T.
Make a Confidential Referral
A.R.M.S. Can Help You Help Your Clients
  •   Healthcare Professionals (i.e., Primary Care, Pain Clinics, Health Department)
  •   Department of Social Services (i.e., Social Workers, Case Managers)
  •   Criminal Justice Workers (i.e., Law Enforcement, Attorneys, Probation Officers)
  •   Managed Care Organizations (i.e., Partner's BHM, Smoky Mountain)
Many agencies work with people struggling with addiction.
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FOR AGENCIES AND PROVIDERS.  Addiction Recovery Medical Services partners with other agencies and providers as addiction specialists to help determine if your patients or consumers may be struggling with addiction and empower you with the ability to refer for appropriate care. We help agencies and providers remain in compliance with the N.C. Medical Board.



N.C. Medical Board Policy

Treatment of patients with possible substance use disorder:

 "...should involve consultation with an addiction specialist before opioid therapy is initiated and include follow-up as needed. Patients who have an active substance use disorder should not receive opioid therapy until they are established in a treatment/recovery program, or alternatives such as co-management with an addiction professional are established. Physicians who treat patients with chronic pain are strongly encouraged to be knowledgeable about addiction, including recognizing behaviors that indicate addiction, and how and when to refer patients for addiction evaluation and treatment."

Click to read complete Policy for the Use of Opiates for Treatment published by the NC Medical Board June 4, 2014
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