Dr. Norris, founder of Imagine Healthcare, is double board certified in Emergency Medicine and Palliative Medicine and has used ketamine in a variety of settings over two decades. As a member of the American Society of Ketamine Physicians, Psychotherapists and Practitioners she understands the importance of continued education and training in the field.
"At Imagine Healthcare, we believe that in order to provide you truly individualized care it is important to get to know you as a person, not just a patient."
Chrissa is the Manager of Imagine Healthcare. She received a Bachelor of Science in Community Health Education and Administration from University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana and her nursing degree from Moraine Valley. She enjoys building relationships with clients and has a true passion for nursing.
"Imagine Healthcare is a place to find mental, emotional, and physical health by finding the right tools needed and to walk you through your individual journey."
Meaghan is a licensed paramedic with experience in both emergency and clinic settings. She has been a patient care provider for ten years and has worked with ketamine for the last two. She most enjoys building strong relationships with her patients and ensuring they feel supported throughout their whole journey.
"At Imagine Healthcare we ensure that you have all the tools and support to be successful on your individual Journey!"
Heather, a long-time friend and colleague of Dr. Rachel Norris, is double board-certified in Emergency Medicine and Hospice and Palliative Medicine trained at Northwestern University and the University of Chicago. She has many years of experience in the emergency department and working in hospice. Her personal healing interests are rooted in mindfulness, yoga, exercise, and Buddhism, and is currently certifying to teach in both meditation and yoga.
"I am working for Imagine Healthcare because this clinic offers an incredible path to healing not found elsewhere in medicine. I am humbled to be a part of such a wonderful offering to those who are suffering."