We Are Here For You
“Our purpose is to treat every patient with dignity, respect, and compassion.”
New Life Ketamine Clinic provides Ketamine infusion therapy for patients who suffer from severe depression, major depressive disorder, and treatment-resistant depression. Located in Dayton, our ketamine clinic is operated by experienced and compassionate doctors.
We offer safe, carefully monitored ketamine infusions in a comfortable environment. New Life Ketamine Clinic is one of the first practices to offer this groundbreaking new treatment to patients in Dayton and Southwest Ohio.
We want to provide relief to people that have suffered for too long from chronic mental health issues. Our approach is to help individuals who have not had success with conventional treatments find relief so that they can lead a productive, meaningful life. This innovative treatment can inspire hope and the ability to believe in tomorrow. Your success is our passion.
Dr. Curran L. Jones – Anesthesiology Specialist
Dr. Curran L. Jones has been an Anesthesiology Specialist for over 15 years.
Dr. Jones was awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal/Iraqi Campaign Medal in 2007 and the Army Commendation Medal/Afghanistan Campaign Medal in 2009. He has volunteered at CORE Group Hospice and provided support to breast cancer patients and their families. He also served as an anesthesiologist during a Humanitarian Aid Mission in Honduras in 2006.
Dr. Jones lives in Washington Township with his wife, daughter, and dog. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, gardening, hiking, playing XBOX, traveling, and is involved in his church.
Dr. Jones is passionate about helping those suffering from severe depression get the necessary treatment allowing them to live the life they deserve.
Medical License, State of Ohio, Doctor of Osteopathy and Board Certified Anesthesiologist
Anesthesiology Residency, West Virginia University School of Medicine, 2002-2005.
West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, 1997-2001.
Bachelor of Science, Bluefield State College, 1991-1997.
Amanda Hought, CRNA, APRN
Amanda is a Certified Nurse Anesthetist. She grew up in Dayton and was an ICU nurse for 10 years before deciding to get her CRNA Master’s degree.
Outside of her professional career, Amanda enjoys hanging out with her family and friends, running, working out, and doing pretty much anything outdoors. She also loves working on projects around her house. Amanda loves watching football and is a huge fan of OSU and Notre Dame Football. She lives in Centerville with her 2 kids (ages 10 and 12) and 2 fur babies (golden retrievers).
Amanda hopes to use her expertise to make a difference and improve the lives of people struggling with depression. She believes that everyone deserves the opportunity to live their BEST life, free from depression.
Master of Science in Nursing, Texas Christian University.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Wright State University.
Michael is a certified Nurse Anesthetist with 12 years of substantial clinical experience. He has worked with patients undergoing general anesthesia, MAC, TIVA, and regional anesthesia.
Outside of his professional career, Michael enjoys boating, gardening, and anything outdoors. He lives in Youngstown with his son, age 15, and two daughters, ages 20 and 24. Michael believes that everyone knows someone who has been personally affected by depression and feels strongly about helping people with major depressive disorder. His goal is to help eliminate the stigma and suffering surrounding depression in order to allow people to enjoy their life to the fullest.
Master of Science in Nursing, Youngstown State University, 2008.
Master in Business Administration, Malone College, 2002.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Youngstown State University 1997.
Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Basic Life Support
American Association of Nurse Anesthetist
Highly Effective Treatment
Ketamine infusions have proven to be highly effective at treating the major depressive disorder and can offer immediate relief from emotional pain and hopelessness.
These ketamine infusions have shown to be effective in patients with treatment-resistant depression and failed other forms of psychiatric treatment and psychotherapy.