Welcome To Transformative Medicine Center
Through personalized medicine, and individual attention, we are able to offer better diagnoses, earlier intervention and more efficient drug therapy. Dr. Scott McMahon has over 18 years of experience, working with clients of all ages (children and adolescents through geriatric) in a variety of settings including in-patient and out-patient.
We offer pharmocogenetic testing for more efficient drug therapies and customized treatment plans which take into consideration different patient beliefs and needs.
We also offer Ketamine for treatment-resistant depression and to detox from opiates.
Scott McMahon, MD
M.D., St. George's University School of Medicine
Post-Doctorate, St. Vincent's Medical Center - Affiliated with Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons
Post-Doctorate, Yale - New Haven Hospital
Post-Doctorate, University of Rochester, Strong Memorial Hospital
Years Practicing: 18
Certificates, Awards, & Affiliations
John Romano Award- Given to psychiatry resident who best exemplifies compassionate, quality care (2006)
“Impact of Patient Suicide on Psychiatry Residents.” Abstract published in the Final Program, Association for Academic Psychiatry Annual Meeting, Santa Fe, New Mexico, September 2008(2008, DiGiovanni SK, McMahon SF, Conwell Y, Grady-Weliky TA)
“Electroconvulsive Therapy- an overview and synopsis of current acceptable therapeutic applications of ECT in the pregnant patient." Described the mechanisms of how ECT works, which disorders ECT has proven effective in treating, and the risks, and benefits of ECT treatment.(2007, McMahon, Scott ‘Strong PeriFacts’- An Ejournal for Obstetric Care Providers)
“Impact of Patient Suicide on Psychiatry Residents.” Published in the Final Program American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2008(2008, DiGiovanni SK, McMahon SF, Conwell Y, Grady-Weliky TA)
Licensed Suboxone Provider- DATA WAIVER TO TREAT 275 SUBOXONE CLIENTS(2016)
Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology(2012)