Exceptional care from experienced professionals
Our treatment team consists of experienced clinicians including an Addiction Psychiatrist, Addiction Medicine Physicians, a Psychiatric Nurse Practioner, Licensed Addiction and Drug Counselor and Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
Jay B Benson, MD
Dr. Benson is a board certified in Addiction Medicine and is a co-founder and the Clinical Director of Connecticut Addiction Medicine, LLC. He is fully devoted to the field of Addiction Medicine.
Usman Ramzan, M.D.
Taking care of patients with addiction is both a professional and personal endeavor close to Dr. Ramzan’s heart which he enjoys doing with CT Addiction Medicine, LLC.
M. Aslam, MD
Dr. Aslam has extensive research experience having served as a co-investigator on numerous clinical trials. He has presented at several conferences and received many awards and honors in his field.
Mark Melley, M.Ed., LPC
Edith Hergan, MD
During her years of practice, Dr. Hergan has served as Chief and Medical Director of Anesthesia and Preoperative Medical and Pain Management at University of Illinois Hospitals and Medical Colleges of Wisconsin.
Daniel DeGruttola, M.D.
Dr. DeGruttola’s clinical experience includes inpatient and outpatient management of patients with various medical conditions including musculoskeletal, neurological, congenital, acquired and physiological all with a goal of improving functional outcomes.
Jeff Epps, LMSW, LADC, CCJP
Dr. Epps is a licensed master of social work (LMSW), a licensed drug and alcohol counselor (LADC) and a certified criminal justice professional (CCJP).
Tim Bombard is a Family Nurse Practitioner with 37 years of healthcare experience. In 2001, Tim earned a Master in Science degree from the University of South Florida.
Mary Patricia Dunbar, LCSW
Mary Patricia Daniels, LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker with over 25 years’ experience in the community/behavioral/ health field in Connecticut.
Taryn Westfall is a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with 24 years of nursing experience. Sixteen of those years have been on an inpatient psychiatric unit, with further experience in school and community health clinic settings.