Florida currently hosts opioid treatment clinics in about 30 of its largest and most popular cities. The state is ranked 4th nationally in population with an estimated 18.6 million people residing in The Sunshine State. As is typically the case, the number of suboxone-approved physicians considerably outnumber actual “clinics” that dispense methadone or suboxone. The Miami area, for example, has about 60 such suboxone-approved doctors treating opioid addicted persons.
Florida is one of the most visited states in America as a vacation destination, and attracts millions of visitors annually from all around the world. For opioid treatment clients traveling to Florida, guest dosing is a common occurrence and relatively easy to set-up. This is usually accomplished by speaking to one’s primary counselor (or possibly the dispensing nurse) at one’s home clinic.
The staff at the home clinic must fax a request for guest dosing to the travel destination clinic. Bear in mind that many clinics require at least 72 hours advance notice to arrange for guest dosing, and a client must always produce a picture idea at the travel clinic verifying their identity in order to receive medication. Guest clinics typically charge a little more than normal dosing fees due to the administrative time & expense involved in setting up a visitor’s guest dosing.
For a complete listing of Methadone.US Florida cities, visit our Methadone Clinics By State page. There, you will find a number of Florida hot spots with methadone clinics and Suboxone (buprenorphine) providers listed near the bottom of each city page. Also see the page, Florida Methadone Clinics.