Telehealth Nurse Practitioner

Location: Remote (ideally Philadelphia, PA or New York City, NY)
FTE: Contract, Part-Time

About Ophelia

Ophelia is a venture-backed healthcare startup that helps individuals with opioid use disorder (OUD) improve their health and quality of life. We make medical best practices for OUD discreet, convenient, and affordable by providing FDA-approved medication, support, and therapy through a telehealth platform. Our mission is to help patients manage their OUD by using evidence-based medication (MAT/MOUD), technology, and a commitment to patient privacy and choice.

Opioid overdose is the #1 cause of death for Americans under 50, but 80% of 3 million Americans with OUD are not getting the help they need. Most have jobs, families, privacy concerns, and geographic constraints that make it difficult to receive effective, evidence-based OUD treatment. Meanwhile, the majority of rehabilitation facilities do not offer MOUD at all, leading 90% of patients to relapse in the first 3 months upon discharge. As a result of inadequate access to proven medical treatment, an American dies of an opioid overdose every 11 minutes.

We are a team of doctors, scientists, startup veterans, and White House advisors, backed by leading technology and healthcare investors (Y Combinator, General Catalyst, Refactor Capital) working to re-imagine and re-build OUD treatment in America.

Join us, save lives, and help fix healthcare for those who need it most.

About the Role

As a Telehealth Nurse Practitioner, you will evaluate, diagnose and treat patients with OUD under the guidance of Ophelia’s Medical Directors and in accordance with medical best practices. Your primary clinical responsibilities will include MOUD induction and maintenance via the Ophelia telehealth platform. Additionally, as an early team member, you will be integral to the development of a new model of care delivery, helping to shape the Ophelia platform through your experience and insights gleaned from patients. The Ophelia support team will take care of scheduling, billing and other administrative logistics, thereby allowing you to do what you do best: see patients. You should be excited to be a leader at a fast-growing start-up, committed to improving the status quo, and driven by a fundamental desire to help others.

Key Responsibilities

  • Evaluate, diagnose and treat patients with OUD via telehealth according to Ophelia’s clinical protocols
  • Follow Ophelia’s patient visit schedule, including an initial visit (approx 45 minutes), followed by weekly, biweekly, and monthly visits (all approx 15 mins)
  • Track clinical data in Ophelia’s internal EMR system in a timely manner
  • Participate in weekly case review meetings with the Ophelia clinical team
  • Contribute positively to a fast-growing, mission-driven team

Additional Responsibilities

  • Provide feedback to the operations, technology and product teams to improve Ophelia’s patient- and provider-facing services and digital health tools


  • DATA 2000 Buprenorphine Waiver
  • NP or PA license in Pennsylvania and/or New York
  • Experience treating patients with OUD
  • Able to offer non-judgmental and compassionate care to a diverse population

Next steps

If you're interested in the role, please email and provide answers to the following questions:

  • Do you have the following license or certification: DATA 2000 Buprenorphine Waiver?
  • Do you have the following license or certification: New York or Pennsylvania License?
  • Do you have the following license or certification: Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP)?

The Ophelia Team