Together, the physicians of the Santa Fe Ketamine Clinic Team have over 50 years of clinical experience in this field.
The SANTA FE Ketamine Clinic, Practice & precision
The Santa Fe Ketamine Clinic is the first medical group in New Mexico to provide ketamine treatment. The staff physicians of the Santa Fe Ketamine Clinic are all Board Certified in Emergency Medicine. Emergency physicians and anesthesiologists are considered the experts in the use of ketamine. However emergency physicians have the additional expertise in the daily medical management of emergency psychiatric disorders.
Dr. Lowan Stewart, MD FAAEM
Dr. Stewart is a board certified Emergency Physician, Fellow of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine practicing since 2003. Formally from New Mexico, he trained at UNM, UT Austin and OHSU in Portland. He worked for over a decade in Portland as an emergency physician, Emergency Department Chair and as an associate clinical professor. He has worked with a team to bring the specialty of Emergency Medicine to Norway. He is currently an attending emergency physician at the Department of Emergency Medicine in Santa Fe, NM. His past research includes studies on the evolution of emotions and winter depression. He has also studied public health and his current research interests include using novel medications in the treatment of mood disorders.
Dr. David Rosen, MD FAAEM
Dr. David Rosen has been practicing Emergency Medicine in New Mexico since 2007. Prior to that, he served as Clinical Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Emergency Medicine at Drexel University School of Medicine/Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia. Dr. Rosen received his board certification by the American Board of Emergency Medicine in 1999.
Dr. Rosen served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in West Africa in the 1980's, then worked for the US State Department in Emergency and Disaster Relief Operations. He completed duel Master's degree program at Columbia University's School of Public Heath and School of International and Public Affairs. Dr. Rosen worked in over 25 developing countries in areas related to Disaster Relief, Economic Development, and Child Survival with USA for Africa, UNICEF, WHO, Helen Keller International, and most recently, the International Rescue Committee in Eastern Congo. Dr. Rosen is also a Certified Physician Acupuncturist and has been teaching/practicing acupuncture as part of his emergency medicine practice since that time.
Dr. Ken Stewart, MD FACEP FAAFP
Dr. Stewart's medical background began with combat medicine during the Vietnam war, early emergency medical services and eventually into the practice of emergency medicine for more than 25 years. He trained at the University of Washington and University of New Mexico. He is board certified in Emergency Medicine and Family Medicine as well as a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians and a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Stewart served as chief of the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Gallup Indian Medical Center where he worked for over 20 years and was instrumental developing their Trauma program. He has been a member of the New Mexico Board of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine as a board certified acupuncturist trained in Chinese and herbal medicine. Dr. Stewart has a sub-specialty in Hyperbaric and Dive Medicine.