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The Intravenous Ketamine Clinic for Depression at Massachusetts General Hospital combines advanced psychopharmacology expertise with knowledge stemming from a decade of ketamine research. We offer treatment for patients with severe and refractory depression using the medication ketamine given through intravenous infusion or through the nose (intranasal). We work collaboratively with the outpatient treatment team to develop an appropriate plan for each patient.
As a part of the Depression Clinical and Research Program at Mass General, we are committed to advancing our knowledge and ability to treat depression by integrating clinical care and innovative research. We do this through a number of avenues:
After a thorough consultation process, we offer IV infusions and intranasal ketamine maintenance to patients with severe depression or chronic suicidal ideation.
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Accepting New Patients
Consults and office visits are conducted through the Depression Clinical and Research Program.
Depression Clinical and Research Program One Bowdoin Square, 6th FloorBoston, MA 02114
Ketamine IV appointments are conducted in the Intravenous Ketamine Clinic on the Mass General main campus on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5:30 pm-8:00 pm.
Intravenous Ketamine Clinic Jackson Building, 1st floor55 Fruit StreetBoston, MA 02114
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