Press release

Health Plan of San Joaquin Offering Two Trainings in One Day (March 9, 2019) For Opioids Treatment
FREE Credits Available: CMEs and CEs

(French Camp, CA) – Non-profit Health Plan of San Joaquin has extended to February 22, the deadline to register for this set of presentations on March 9, 2019. The presentations are open to San Joaquin and Stanislaus county health care providers including: physicians, physician assistants (PAs), psychiatrists, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, licensed marriage and family therapists, dentists, and Certified Addiction Counselors.


Health Plan of San Joaquin, 7751 South Manthey Road, French Camp


Morning: MAT Waiver TRAINING & Online Component

  • (4.25 hours live) Saturday, March 9, 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM (PT)
  • (3.75 hours online) – Within 30 days after the March 9th training

Afternoon: Science and Practice of Treating Patients with Pain and OUD TRAINING

  • (3 hours live) Saturday, March 9, 2:00 PM – 5:15 PM (PT)


Brian Hurley, MD, MBA, DFASAM –
He will review the Providers Clinical Support System (PCSS) MAT Waiver Training sponsored by the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP). The link to the remaining 3.75 hours of online training will be emailed to attendees following the March 9th event. Dr. Hurley also represents State Targeted Response Technical Assistance (STR-TA) & UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs to train providers in treating pain and opioid use disorder (OUD).

RSVP – Only a few places remain

Christina Villar, at 209-461-2360,
Evelyn Terra, at 209-942-5253,


Breakfast, lunch, and coffee will be served March 9.

About HPSJ

Health Plan of San Joaquin, a not-for-profit, public health plan, has been serving members and the community since 1996. Located in the heart of California’s multicultural Central Valley, local HPSJ is the leading Medi-Cal managed care provider, serving over 91% of Medi-Cal recipients in San Joaquin County and over 65% in Stanislaus County. HPSJ offers a broad network of providers and works closely with doctors to develop programs and services to ensure quality health care for almost 350,000 members who are mostly working families and children, as well as seniors and disabled residents. About 178,000 HPSJ members are children, ages 0 to 19 years.