About Gulf Coast Ketamine Center

Steven Reichbach, MD – Board-Certified Anesthesiologist
President and Founder, Gulf Coast Ketamine Center

Dr. Steven Reichbach, Founder of Gulf Coast Ketamine CenterDr. Steven Reichbach is a graduate of the State University of New York at Syracuse Medical School. He trained at the State University of New York at Stony Brook in anesthesiology with specialty training in pain management and pediatrics during his residency.

Dr. Reichbach has been Board Certified in anesthesiology since 1994. He practiced in New York from 1997 to 2015 as a partner with North American Partners in Anesthesiology (NAPA), the largest private practice anesthesiology group in the United States. In 2015, Dr. Reichbach moved to Sarasota and served at Sarasota Ambulatory Surgery Center, providing anesthesia for patients undergoing various nerve-block procedures.

Dr. Reichbach has worked with ketamine for more than two decades in general anesthesiology. He became an advocate of intravenous (IV) ketamine infusions after observing the relief patients experienced with treatments and reviewing the growing body of research over the past decade supporting its efficiency. These ongoing studies and successful results have inspired Dr. Reichbach to utilize ketamine as a viable and effective treatment for severe depression and neuropathic pain disorders.

He is a member of the American Society of Anesthesiology (ASA), the Florida Society of Anesthesiology (FSA) and the American Medical Association (AMA).

Lolita Borges, RN
Clinical Director, Gulf Coast Ketamine Center

Lolita Borges, Clinical Director, Gulf Coast Ketamine CenterLolita Borges, RN has worked in nursing since 1982. She began her career as an LPN and earned her RN degree in 1988. Her profession has taken her through many disciplines in health care, predominantly in critical care.

Ms. Borges brings an extensive background with inpatient dialysis patients, both peritoneal as well as hemodialysis. She was a surgical ICU nurse and a charge nurse in an acute care PACU setting. She was both a procurement transplant coordinator as well as a clinical manager for the New York Organ Donor Network.