Our Dedicated Team
At the Naltrexone Implant Center we believe that all of our physicians and staff members need to have the highest level of commitment to helping each and every one of our patients recover from their addictions. We are passionate about making an impact in our clients’ lives and finding ways that will help our clients recover in the short term, but will also help them fight their addictions for years to come. We believe that, with the OLANI, we can help make recovery easier.
We are passionate about using our extensive knowledge on opiates and opioids to help you in your recovery. We want to help you stay clean and sober by setting you up for the best possible chance for success. For you to find this success, you first need to trust us and trust that we can help you recover from your addiction.
Dr. George O’Neil
George is the ultimate authority for everything we do at the Naltrexone Implant Center. As well as being the director of the Fresh Start Clinic, he is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Western Australia. He is also an extraordinary man, who channels profits from other inventions into free treatment for needy addicts, and still on occasions works 18 hour days implanting them.
Julian is an obstetrician and gynecologist by training. He holds degrees in zoology and medicine from the University of the West Indies. and qualified as an obstetrician and gynecologist at the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland. He is the goto doctor for Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Doctors Hospital in Nassau, and is also the physician for staff and guests at Sandals Royal Bahamian Resorts.
Don was educated in medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and UCLA. He is a consultant neurologist based in Morgantown, West Virginia, the epicenter of the opiate pandemic in the United States. He reviews test results for patients attending our center. He has had a long-term academic interest in psychoactive drugs.
Parris holds a medical degree from the University of Medical Sciences in Cuba, and an Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support certification from the American Heart Foundation. He is largely responsible for our detox operation. When he is not working with us he does shifts at the Doctors Hospital emergency room.