Ketamine Health Center - Miami
Address: 9408 SW 87th Ave, Suite 302, Miami, FL 33176
Phone Number: 305.856.9442
Fax Number: 305.9828543
With years of medical and ketamine experience, our team of qualified experts are able to provide patients with life-changing holistic treatments. Our team combines years of experience with innovation to bring you the latest holistic treatment options.
Dennis Diaz, CRNA, ARNP, Managing Partner
Dennis Diaz is certified by the National Board of Certification and Recertification of Nurse Anesthetists, and licensed as an Advanced Practice Nurse Anesthetist in Florida. Dennis has extensive expertise providing anesthesia services in the greater Miami area, both in hospitals and in private practice.
Dennis’ scope of practice encompasses all areas of anesthesia, including level 1 Trauma, Burn, Obstetrics, and Pediatric surgeries. Furthermore, he has significant clinical practice in managing both acute and chronic pain patients in a post surgical setting with adjuvant techniques such as peripheral nerve blocks. Dennis is highly experienced in using ketamine as an anesthetic agent, implementing infusion therapy to trauma, burns, and severely depressed patients yielding excellent results.
Juan Oms, MD, Psychiatrist
Dr. Juan Oms is our Medical Director of Psychiatry here at Ketamine Health Centers. Dr Oms received his medical degree from Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara, and completed his training in Psychiatry at Jackson Memorial Hospital in affiliation with University of Miami and the VA Hospital. Dr. Oms is a diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Currently he is the Associate Medical Director BH at Beacon Health Options and is a driving force at the forefront of healthcare improvement and change for the psychiatric community at large training future psychiatrist as the previous Residency Program Director of Psychiatry at Larkin Community Hospital.
Lastly Dr. Oms is an Assistant Professor Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in affiliation with Citrus Community Health Network FIU Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, where he continues to educate and mentor residents of Psychiatry while rotating in outpatient detox clinic and MAT program at Citrus Health Network.
Dr. Oms is passionate in treating patients from a wellness perspective and has emphasized his practice and treatment in an integrative and functional model.
Raul Cruz, MD, Anesthesiologist
Dr. Cruz is a Certified Diplomate of the American Board of Anesthesiology and has been a licensed, practicing anesthesiologist for 10 years. Dr. Cruz has had extensive experience in both the academic and private practice settings including teaching, operating room and practice management, and direct patient care.
Dr. Cruz has been involved in the full spectrum of anesthesia practice ranging from procedural medicine and all the surgical sub-specialties, including level 1 Trauma and Burn surgery; as well as anesthetic management in Obstetrics and Psychiatry. During his 10 years in practice, Dr. Cruz has developed an expert knowledge in the use of and delivery of IV ketamine to treat burn patients, as well as those with acute and postoperative pain. He has had success treating patients with comorbid depression, anxiety, and/or PTSD using ketamine infusions in the hospital setting, while also using it as an anesthetic, an analgesic, and as a sedative.
Ruth Cuzan, RMHCI
Ruth has a Bachelor of Arts in special education and early childhood development with over a decade of experience advocating for individuals with disabilities. She earned a Master’s in Counseling and Education from Florida International University and is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor. Ruth is a solution-focused, culturally competent, person-centered, reality therapist. With a focus on grief counseling and person-centered, trauma-informed care that is evidence-based with a holistic approach. Ruth has a broad range of experience in working with diverse populations in the areas of chronic psychiatric disabilities, at-risk youth, children, and adults experiencing complex trauma, PTSD, acquired disabilities, as well as survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, sex, and labor trafficking.
She has worked in a community mental health setting focusing on the areas of:
Anxiety and stress disorders
Self-harm and assessment
Suicidal ideations and assessment
Trauma processing groups