About KCS

Caring and compassionate anesthesia providers looking to provide patients hope and relief via an alternative therapy.

Caring and compassionate anesthesia providers looking to provide patients hope and relief via an alternative therapy.

Tina Gordon, MAE, CRNA and Josh Spartz, MS, CRNA. 

We are a group of compassionate and dedicated individuals whose sole mission is to bring relief to those who are suffering.

This clinic was born from an idea that we could help people suffering from drug resistant depression (mood disorders). Suicide is an epidemic in our country. People need help and a solid, fast-acting alternative with few side effects versus antidepressants that are not working for them.

We have almost 30 years of combined anesthesia experience which makes us uniquely qualified in the field of Ketamine administration. We work closely with your physician or mental health provider to coordinate your care.

We are in compliance with all local and state regulatory organizations including the AANA, WA State Pharmacy Commission, the WA State Nursing Commision.

All of the providers at this clinic are ACLS certified and emergency equipment is readily available if such situations occur.

VISION

“Offering hope where there may be none.”

VALUES

  • We provide personalized, quality, compassionate care.
  • We care about you as a whole person.
  • We will communicate with your MHP to inform them of your progress.
  • We maintain your privacy and confidentiality as it is of the utmost importance to us.

We are committed to locking arms with the psychiatric and mental health community in Spokane to help provide this additional service that research has proven to increase quality of life for these patients.

Our Team

Tina Gordon
Tina GordonMAE, CRNA
I am a Victoria native who obtained my RN Diploma in Edmonton, Alberta. I finished my BSn at the University of Washington and made my way to Gonzaga University for my masters in Anesthesia Education. I have practiced in all the hospitals in Spokane, performed locums in the Tri-Cities, as well as office anesthesia for the last 15 years. I have been searching for something more meaningful in my life. This opportunity to help those suffering and has brought me great personal satisfaction.
Josh Spartz
Josh SpartzMS, CRNA
I am a Spokane native who attended Albany Medical College New York, receiving my masters in nurse anesthesia in 2009. I currently practice anesthesia at Holy Family Hospital, Sacred Heart Medical Center, and in the office setting. Previously, I have practiced at Berkshire Medical Center, Valley Hospital, and Deaconess Medical Center. Having personally been affected by depression and seeing mood disorders in family members allows me to add a personal touch to my care giving.