KETA Medical Center (Formerly MGM Ketamine Center) leads New York and New Jersey in providing safe and effective ketamine treatments to adults who are struggling with mood disorders.
At their offices in Oradell, New Jersey, New Rochelle, New York, and the Upper West Side of Manhattan in New York City, specialists Haviva Malina, MD, and Cheryl Malina, MD, offer intravenous ketamine and Spravato, an FDA-approved ketamine nasal spray.
Ketamine is a psychedelic medicine that offers a ray of hope for people who struggle with behavioral health disorders like treatment-resistant depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). While the use of Intravenous ketamine in mood disorders is off-label, studies show it benefit in a variety of mental health conditions.
In many cases, patients feel hopeless and desperate after months or even years of unsuccessfully trying different medications to manage their condition.
Ketamine can provide a path to regaining emotional and physical well-being. It offers both immediate and long-lasting effects, with many patients having significant improvements in mood and quality of life within only hours.
The highly trained physicians at KETA Medical Center have witnessed the impressive effects of ketamine countless times over the years. They’re committed to helping patients get the help they deserve.
Patients always speak directly to a physician, who can provide a personalized, compassionate plan for ketamine treatment.
To learn more about safe, comfortable, and stress-free ketamine treatments at KETA Medical Center, call the office or click the online scheduler for a free consultation now.
Depression affects more than 17 million adults today, with nearly one-third experiencing stubborn symptoms that don’t respond to traditional treatment. At KETA Medical Center, a ketamine treatment center in Oradell, New Jersey, Manhattan in New York City, and New Rochelle, New York the compassionate team of experts, including Haviva Malina, MD, and Cheryl Malina, MD, provides ketamine therapy. This innovative, evidence-based approach addresses depression that doesn’t improve with traditional approaches like antidepressants. Ketamine starts working right away, with many people feeling better in hours, so it’s a truly transformative treatment for people who struggle with depression. Book your consultation by calling the office or clicking the online scheduler now.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) causes vivid and scary memories to rise to the surface, even long after a traumatic experience ends. At KETA Medical Center in Oradell, New Jersey, and New Rochelle, New York team of experts Haviva Malina, MD, and Cheryl Malina, MD, offer ketamine, a groundbreaking PTSD treatment with a demonstrated history of relieving symptoms quickly and with long-lasting effect. To learn more, call the office or book your consultation using online scheduling now.
Today, as many as 3 million American adults have obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). At KETA Medical Center in Oradell, New Jersey, Manhattan in New York City and New Rochelle, New York the area’s leading ketamine experts, led by Haviva Malina, MD, and Cheryl Malina, MD, offer an innovative option for people who don't respond to traditional treatments like medication and psychotherapy. Ketamine can provide near-immediate results, freeing you from debilitating thoughts and behaviors so you can live a life of freedom. Call the office or click the online scheduling tool to set up your consultation now.
Bipolar disorder is challenging to treat, and about half of all patients who achieve remission with the traditional medications end up relapsing within two years. At KETA Medical Center in Oradell, New Jersey, Manhattan in New York City and New Rochelle, New York Haviva Malina, MD, and Cheryl Malina, MD, lead the team of experts in offering ketamine infusions. This innovative approach can work when traditional medications fail. To learn how ketamine can help you, call the office or use the online scheduling tool now.
At least 30% of people with anxiety don’t respond to traditional oral medication, and therapy approaches. At KETA Medical Center in Oradell, New Jersey, Manhatthan in New York City and New Rochelle, New York the team of experts, including Haviva Malina, MD, and Cheryl Malina, MD, offers ketamine infusions. This groundbreaking treatment approach can relieve anxiety and improve your quality of life, starting with the very first treatment. To find out whether ketamine is right for you, call the office or click the online scheduler now.
Recent studies show that ketamine can change your thought patterns around alcohol, reducing your desire to drink and paving the path to long-lasting sobriety. At KETA Medical Center in Oradell, New Jersey, Manhattan in New York City and New Rochelle, New York, Haviva Malina, MD, and Cheryl Malina, MD, and their team of experts offer ketamine treatment to help their patients experience mind and body renewal and free them from the confines of addiction. Book your consultation online or call the office to arrange a visit with a caring professional now.
Keta Medical Center offers Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) as an integrated component of treatment for interested patients.
For many patients, a schedule of Ketamine treatment coordinated with integration sessions with a psychotherapist trained in KAP can bring significant benefits.
Keta Medical Center has partnered with experienced psychotherapists trained in KAP to offer this modality of treatment, and can also work to coordinate treatments with your own therapist if they are trained to provide KAP.
Keta Medical Center is the leading Ketamine treatment center in the tri-state area and its physicians have years of experience using Ketamine to successfully treat mood disorders.
We are dedicated to ensuring that each patient is treated with the highest level of medical care and compassion, and believe our clinics differ from other Ketamine clinics you may be considering for treatment.
Unlike many Ketamine clinics, at Keta Medical Center your treatment will be overseen by medical doctors who are on-site throughout your treatment. Our on-site physicians are highly trained emergency medicine physicians who can handle any situation.
Ketamine is a safe and effective treatment, but at Keta Medical Center you can rest assured that there is a highly trained emergency medicine physician on-site to address any medical problem that arises.
At Keta Medical Center, we recognize that our patients live busy lives and have many responsibilities, and we work to ensure the treatment schedule and process is simple and accommodative.
We offer extensive evening and weekend hours slots for treatment, and our administrative staff are there to answer questions and resolve concerns.
Every patient has a private room. And we provide noise canceling headphones to enhance your experience.
At Keta Medical Center, we recognize that the cost of treatment is a significant concern. While I.V. Ketamine treatments are not covered by insurance, Ketamine nasal spray (Spravato) is covered by many insurance plans. We offer both treatment options.
Keta Medical Center is in network with Medicare and some commercial health plans. If we are not in network with your plan, but you have out of network benefits, the Ketamine Nasal Spray (Spravato) could be covered by insurance at our center. At Keta Medical, we take care of all the paperwork and are there with you every step of the way.
We have also negotiated better rates with our partner Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapists for those interested in integration therapy
At KETA Medical Center, we partner with experienced Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapists for those patients interested in integration therapy with the aim to try and optimize the patient experience and outcomes.
Spravato is an evidence-based treatment that offers remarkable results for treatment-resistant depression. At KETA Medical Center in Oradell, New Jersey, the Upper West Side of Manhattan and New Rochelle, New York, the team of experts, headed up by Haviva Malina, MD, and Cheryl Malina, MD, offers in-office Spravato treatments for people who don’t get the results they need from antidepressants alone. Spravato is a quick-working nasal spray, offering quick relief of depression. It is an option that is typically covered by insurance. Book your consultation online or call the office to schedule an appointment today.
Are you suffering from depression and discouraged by the lack of effectiveness of other treatments? Do not lose hope, as Haviva Malina, MD, Cheryl Malina, MD, and the team of experts offer alternative options, including IV Ketamine. In the past decade, researchers have found that Ketamine infusion therapy is helpful for people struggling with Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD) and other mental health disorders and can provide quick relief after administration and for up to months after the initial treatment. Call KETA Medical Center in Oradell, New Jersey, the Upper West Side of Manhattan, or New Rochelle, New York today to see if you are a candidate or request an appointment online today.
We are in network with Medicare and some commercial health plans. If we are not in network with your plan, but you have out of network benefits, the Ketamine Nasal Spray (Spravato) could be covered by insurance at our center. We would be happy to review your insurance information to see if you are covered. If you email us a copy of the front and back of your insurance card and your date of birth to email@example.com we can check your insurance coverage.
In addition, Janssen, the manufacturer of Spravato, provides significant copay patient assistance that can cover out of pocket expenses including co-pay, co-insurance and deductible costs. We take care of all the paperwork.
Unlike the Spravato nasal spray, Ketamine Infusion therapy for treating mood disorders is currently considered an “off-label” use and is not covered by insurance plans. For this reason, we are out of network providers for I.V. Ketamine and payment is due at the time of your appointment.
Treatment cost is $500/session with the recommendation for 6 sessions over 2-3 weeks. We offer booster infusions as well.
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