Speaker Series

Oct 21 6:00 p.m.

Opioid Addiction: The Forgotten Epidemic

While the United States continues to struggle with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, it is not our nation’s only public health crisis. The opioid addiction epidemic is another battle that we must continue to fight. At Community Memorial Health System, we recognize that addiction is a treatable, chronic medical disease that affects all facets of a person’s life and the lives of those closest to them.

Join our CMHS addiction medicine physician, Dr. Christopher Kerrigan, as he explains opioid use disorder, outlines treatment options and answers your questions about this forgotten epidemic.

This event features a LIVE Q&A.

Presented by:
Dr. Christopher Kerrigan
Addiction Medicine Specialist

Dr. Christopher Kerrigan is board certified in both internal medicine and addiction medicine. He received his medical degree from Poznan University of Medical Science and completed residency training at The Billings Clinic Internal Medicine Residency Program and his fellowship at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Dr. Kerrigan’s experience and advanced training in the field of addiction medicine has equipped him to evaluate, diagnose and treat people who are struggling with substance use disorder.



Online (Register for link)