Jenice Hughes has been a board-certified nurse anesthetist since 1997.
Her previous medical experience spans over 40 years and includes critical care, obstetrics, pain management, and anesthesia. The wealth of her expertise comes from hands-on clinical experience in Florida, Arizona, New Mexico, Maine, and Hawaii. She is very active in mission work and has done multiple outreaches in developing countries providing anesthesia and medical care in clinics for the underserved.
As an active member of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) and the Arizona Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AZANA), Jenice is involved in her professional organizations. She keeps current with new modalities of treatment by attending conferences and hands-on skills workshops. She is an avid proponent of studying current data on the latest publications and research related to her field. Jenice strives to deliver the best, quality, and safe patient-centered care.
Jenice has witnessed first-hand the heartbreak and suffering that people endure with depression, chronic pain, and other illnesses. She has made it her mission is to give her patients hope and the quality of life they seek through ketamine therapy. Ketamine therapy is an alternative approach to treat depression, pain, and stress from chronic ailments. When not helping patients, Jenice enjoys spending time with her husband, 4 kids, and 7 grandchildren. Her hobbies include travel, reading, being a grandmother, and mission work around the world.