Medical Director

  • AR
  • Contracted
  • Medical
  • Experienced

We coined the phrase Hyper Wellness because it exemplifies our approach: offer cutting edge services that have shown results, we strive to make our customers feel better every time they visit, and hyper stimulate the body’s natural defense mechanisms. For us, Hyper Wellness is a lifestyle that we believe improves the lives of our customers.

Restore’s unique retail locations are the antithesis of a traditional doctor’s office. We are efficient, fun and social. We educate and provide information in a completely transparent manner so that you can manage your wellness better. Every day, we help thousands of customers achieve their goals around sports performance, pain management, recovery, beauty and overall wellness.

We were awarded the Employee Health & Wellness Award by the Austin Chamber of Commerce for the 2019 Greater Austin Business Awards!  

We've also made the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies in the United States! Coming in at #113 overall, #11 in Texas business and #1 in the Texas health industry!  We've got a bright and busy future ahead of us!

The Medical Director will be overseeing Nurse Practitioners at Restore Hyper Wellness; the fastest growing hyper wellness retail space in the US offering IV, IM, mHbOT and Transdermal Immunotherapy.  The Medical Director will provide services from 1-2 hours a week and compensation will be $500-600/month per Restore responsible for acting as a supervising physician. 

Responsibilities: 

  • Supervise 2-4 Nurse Practitioners who establish a direct client relationship. 
  • Review and sign off on medical charts as required by state law.
  • Visit Restore facility at least once per month.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of Restore's mission and is passionate about alternative health modalities. 
  • Collaborate on the integration of medical services into Restore's overall comprehensive medical services as requested by the Chief Medical Director and/or designee. 
  • Assist in promoting a medical staff environment in which the providers retail independent judgment and responsibility in the practice of medicine. 

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • M.D Degree from an accredited medical school 
  • Board certified in one of the primary specialities. Emergency Department preferred. 
  • Current medical license for the applicable state. 

Benefits: 

  • Employee pricing on all medical and non-medical services at Restore
  • Flexible hours 
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