Dr. Schmidt is the Medical Director at The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper and an Instructor of Medicine and Addiction Medicine Physician at Cooper University Hospital. He is a graduate of the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. He completed his internal medicine residency at Temple University Hospital following which he completed an Addiction Medicine Fellowship at Caron Treatment Center and Tower Health. Dr. Schmidt is board certified in both internal medicine and addiction medicine.
He is a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM), the American College of Academic Addiction Medicine, and the ASAM Physician-in-Training Committee. He is a previous recipient of the ASAM Ruth Fox Scholarship. He is a certified buprenorphine training instructor through Provider Clinical Support System (PCSS) and has participated in multiple trainings at CUHC as well as NJ State Trainings. He has had multiple poster presentations at the ASAM National Conference on topics including HCV Screening in those undergoing inpatient SUD treatment and co-prescribing naloxone in primary care patients on chronic opiates. He is also the Program Director for Cooper’s ACGME accredited Addiction Medicine Fellowship.
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