Serving as medical director of Foundations Detroit since its opening, Dr. Robert Kirchoff is an experienced internal medicine and addiction medicine specialist, with extensive backgrounds in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of co-occurring disorders. Foundations Detroit provides integrated treatment and recovery support targeted specifically to individuals with co-occurring addiction and mental health concerns.
Dr. Kirchoff’s multifaceted approach focuses on health optimization, with acute care of comorbid medical conditions, alongside the treatment of the underlying addiction related pathologies and cooccurring psychiatric disorders.
“This multisystems-based approach allows for a customized plan of care to meet the unique needs of each individual patient,” says Dr. Kirchoff, a Detroit-area native who completed his residency training at Mayo Clinic and Wayne State University and is an active member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine.
Foundations Detroit helps patients create a plan to help them move forward in health, wellness, and recovery. From confidential assessments and physician- directed medication management to a diverse schedule of therapies, integrated educational sessions, and holistic options, everything is based on a successful, research-based continuum of care. Within a compassionate and restorative environment, patients receive customized care to address their unique needs.
Serving on the forefront of the fight against the opioid epidemic, Dr. Kirchoff is actively involved in the community, where he provides educational talks, promoting awareness and knowledge on substance use disorders and treatment resources. He is among a distinguished group of physicians working to bridge the gap between addiction and recovery.
Utilizing his training and experience in addiction medicine, acute care, and preventive medicine, Dr. Kirchoff has the unique ability to interpret how physical health impacts recovery. He is able to take a multisystem, “whole body” approach to addiction pathologies and substance use disorders.