Dr Jennifer Sandadi, MD, Medical Director
Dr. Jennifer Sandadi earned two degrees at the University of Maryland, College Park, while also competing as a scholarship athlete on the University of Maryland Softball team. After graduating with high honors, she attended the University of Miami School of Medicine, and then completed her residency in Anesthesiology at Case Western Reserve University, University Hospitals. She then underwent fellowship training in cardiothoracic and surgical critical care medicine at Columbia University, New York Presbyterian Hospital. She is double board certified in Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine by the American Board of Anesthesia.
Dr. Sandadi served as an assistant professor of anesthesiology at Cornell University, New York Presbyterian Hospital. As an accomplished educator, she was honored with the department’s Teacher of the Year Award. She is the author of numerous peer reviewed publications including research papers and book chapters. She and her husband, have two beautiful children. She is currently an anesthesiologist in Fort Myers, Florida and serves as the medical director for an outpatient surgery center. She has a vast knowledge in acute and chronic pain management, and a passion for continuing to help our growing population here in Southwest Florida.
Marcus Kelley, CRNA, APRN
Marcus Kelley was born and raised in SWFL and attended CRNA school at Florida Gulf Coast University. He is certified by the National Board of Certification and Recertification of Nurse Anesthetists, and licensed as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse in Florida. Marcus has multiple years of experience providing anesthesia to patients in Fort Myers, both in hospitals and surgery centers. He has a vast knowledge of multimodal pain management using Ketamine to decrease opioid requirements for his patients.
Dale Alice Block, LMFT
Ms. Block has established, clinically supervised and managed inpatient and outpatient counseling and addiction programs for adults and adolescents in nonprofit and for-profit agencies. In her private practice, her specialty was working with intellectually and developmentally challenged young adults and their families. She was a member of the adjunct faculty at Roger Williams University and the University of RI. She has mentored and taught many counseling interns and supervised them as they worked toward licensure. She has excellent assessment, diagnostic and treatment skills with individuals, couples, families, and groups.
Her greatest professional satisfaction comes from building genuine, trusting, caring relationships with others. She loves to learn, grow, and embrace new challenges.
Linda Sullivan-Hebert, Patient Care Coordinator
Linda’s most recent experience involved managing a multipurpose holistic clinic. Prior to that, she functioned as a Transaction Coordinator for a large real estate firm where she partnered with her husband. Linda also spent a decade as an elementary school teacher while raising her two sons in Southwest Florida. Her ongoing experience draws upon two of her immediate family members benefitting from treatments and therapy at Ketamine Health Centers.