Today on The DocPreneur Podcast we sit down with family medicine and addiction medicine physician Dr. Nadya Wayment. In this interview we approach some very serious topics related to addiction, family support, physician communication, collaborating with specialists in addiction, earning the trust of patients, working with your peers, empathy, medical marijuana, opioid addiction, coping methods and more. We’ve also included some additional resources by the American Society of Addiction Medicine for both DOCTORS and PATIENTS if you want to learn more, help someone who is struggling with addiction, etc., in the description(s) below.
Meet Nadya Wayment, MD
Dr. Wayment is a board-certified family medicine and addiction medicine physician with over 10 years of experience with her patients. She practices with a passion in delivering patient advocacy, anticipatory guidance, and providing the highest quality personalized medical care to her families. Her career has been focused on developing strong relationships with her patients and their families as well as the entire healthcare team. She is looking forward to exploring a new direction in delivering superior healthcare to patients by joining Consolaré as a new physician that can offer services to all age ranges by specializing in women’s health management and pain management.
Dr. Wayment completed her family medicine medicine residency at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix Arizona in 2008. She also completed her Bachelor of Science in nursing in Ogden, Utah in 2002. She has a previous medical degree from her native country of Ukraine in 1999.
She holds numerous board certifications by the A.B.I.M in family medicine, and she is a member of the American Society of Addiction medicine since 2010.
About Consolaré In Paradise Valley, AZ
Consolaré offers a vital alternative to the traditional medical practice and even other Medical Concierge models. We accept a limited number of clients, which allows us to get to know you on a personal level, and manage your care with a complete understanding of your unique health concerns.
As a professional private health advisor not tied to a single medical institution or network of doctors, we go far beyond what the national private Health Advisors provide. Consolaré is first and foremost physician-driven for all services, with an MD directly coordinating your care and facilitating all communication over a nurse-based agency. This model adds years of training and knowledge attending to your most important medical needs.
By incorporating a comprehensive service that provides independent, high-quality professional health management 24/7, you’ll have a medical home by remaining with your Consolaré physician regardless of your insurance carrier or status. Your Personal Physician will help guide you through the necessary procedures and determine the best use of specialists for your care. We’ll simplify your healthcare needs by navigating all treatment options and detailed medical information.
Consolaré is NOT a true Primary Care Practice…. We offer so much more on the day-to-day interactions with our limited members. You will experience unprecedented attention to detail in the full spectrum of your medical care needs.
We come to you! 24/7 MD access in your home and office.
- Comprehensive annual physical exam
- MD accompanied visits with specialists (written encounter provided)
- At home lab draws – including those requested by other providers
- Specialist care coordination and appointment setting, including completing all “New Patient” paperwork
- Medication management between providers
- Emergency Prescription Travel Kit
- Review of medical bills from all of your providers to ensure accuracy
- Unlimited sick visits… and much more.
Visit our Services page to learn more about our service packages.
ADDICTION EDUCATION RESOURCES FOR PHYSICIANS & PATIENTS
American Society of Addiction Medicine
To find an ASAM member, search the ASAM Member Directory. Please note this search yields all ASAM members, not just physicians.
- Opioid Addiction Treatment: A Guide for Patients, Families and Friends
How to Find Treatment –ASAM Physician Locator
This patient guide includes information on assessment, treatment overview (including treatment plans, patient participation, and counseling), and all the medications available to treatment opioid use and overdose. It also provides links to find a provider and support groups for patients and families.
This guide is a useful tool for clinicians to provide to their patients and their families, along with a resource for pharmacies and patient groups looking to inform people about their options to treat the challenging disease of addiction involving opioid use.
For bulk orders or customized printing of the guide contact Chris at 386.383.4296 and email@example.com
Short Definition of Addiction: Source,
American Society of Addiction Medicine
Addiction is a primary, chronic disease of brain reward, motivation, memory and related circuitry. Dysfunction in these circuits leads to characteristic biological, psychological, social and spiritual manifestations. This is reflected in an individual pathologically pursuing reward and/or relief by substance use and other behaviors.
Addiction is characterized by inability to consistently abstain, impairment in behavioral control, craving, diminished recognition of significant problems with one’s behaviors and interpersonal relationships, and a dysfunctional emotional response. Like other chronic diseases, addiction often involves cycles of relapse and remission. Without treatment or engagement in recovery activities, addiction is progressive and can result in disability or premature death.
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