Amanda Wilson, MD, is the President and CEO of CleanSlate Centers, a collection of outpatient addiction treatment centers located throughout Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, currently expanding into Indiana, Washington state, Oregon, Ohio and Kentucky. Dr. Wilson founded CleanSlate in 2009 with the mission of providing high quality medical care, and improved access for the underserved population of patients seeking addiction treatment. CleanSlate collaborates with psychiatrists, primary care physicians, and behavioral health organizations to provide comprehensive treatment in the communities with greatest need.
In 2012 Dr. Wilson Accepted 2012 SAMHSA Science and Service Award on behalf of CleanSlate. The award was given by the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration in recognition of the innovation and effectiveness of CleanSlate’s office based opioid treatment programs.
Dr. Wilson received her medical degree from the University of Vermont, College of Medicine. She completed her residency and Chief Residency in internal medicine at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Massachusetts. Prior to founding CleanSlate, Dr. Wilson was the Medical Director of Mercy Medical Center’s hospitalist program, in Springfield, MA and served as Chief of Medicine and chair of the Center’s Peer Review team.
Dr. Wilson’s outreach and education efforts include participation in various groups focused on high-risk patients, including those responding to the need for increased access to the appropriate continuum of care for opioid dependent pregnant patients. In addition, Dr. Wilson provides frequent group presentations to physicians and other care providers within private practice, hospitals and other clinical settings on the epidemic nature of opioid dependence and the pharmacology of buprenorphine and other medication assisted treatment for all addictive disease.