Dr. Robert Ben Mitchell, DO, LLC


Suboxone - Subutex
Telemedicine - Telehealth
Online Zoom Doctor

Fort Lauderdale
Palm Beach
Key West

Southeast Florida's
Affordable Opioid
Addiction Treatment

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zoom hours

  tuesday = 8am - noon

 thursday = 8am - noon

saturday = 9am - 1pm

closed mon wed fri sun

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this page
created: 12/25/09
updated: 04/15/24

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Dr. Robert Ben Mitchell, DO, LLC
general practice limited to
medication assisted therapy
for opioid addiction by
telemedicine services

Florida License # OS7690


messages returned 7 days/week
between 10am and 4pm


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drug test instructions

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new patients
must live in se florida

call for an appointment
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$30 per week
from 1 week ($30)
to 4 weeks ($120)

medication is not included so
you pay for your prescription
at a pharmacy you choose

original e-prescription included
prescription transfer $15

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zelle to 786-262-5750     
 venmo to @RobertMitchellDO
cashapp to $RobertMitchellDO

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Addiction vs Recovery

Dr. Mitchell is a physician,  author ,  musician , and  filmmaker . Since 2007, he has treated over 1,500 individuals who suffer from opioid addiction using Suboxone and Subutex. He provides online Zoom telemed services to the greater areas of Miami (Miami-Dade County), Fort Lauderdale (Broward County), West Palm Beach (Palm Beach County), and Key West (Monroe County).

Dr. Mitchell serves the predominantly low-income, no-income people in Southeast Florida, helping patients to wean when they decide the time is right for them to stop.

Dr. Mitchell’s Online Telemed Service allows patients to be seen no matter where they are in Southeast Florida. It saves them gas and drive time, and it can be an invaluable resource during an emergency like a hurricane.

The active ingredient in Suboxone and Subutex is buprenorphine which prevents cravings and withdrawals. Suboxone has an additional ingredient - naloxone - which prevents euphoria if the medication is snorted, injected or smoked.

During recreational opioid use, people train themselves mentally and physically to turn to opioids whenever they are in pain: physical or emotional. Therefore, the real cure for opioid addiction is to develop new coping mechanisms for any physical or emotional problems. This is where counseling comes in, because in counseling you develop the skills (coping mechanisms) needed to defeat opioid addiction.

So why use Suboxone or Subutex? Because it’s hard to do counseling with a monkey on your back. Cravings and withdrawals can occur suddenly and repeatedly throughout the recovery process. Until you develop new coping mechanisms, any significant stressor or trigger has the potential to induce opioid cravings which, untreated, can cause relapse. Suboxone and Subutex are not a cure for opioid addiction. They are merely an oasis where cravings and withdrawals are kept at bay so that you can focus on your recovery process.

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Dr Robert Ben Mitchell, DO, LLC

mailing address
Robert Mitchell
2630 W Broward Blvd, #203-2008
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312-1314

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