Dr. Ketcham is an emergency physician and addiction specialist practicing in New Mexico, board certified by ABEM and ABPM (addiction medicine). He is a co-founder and the chair-elect of the ACEP Pain Management & Addiction Medicine Section, and a past president of the New Mexico ACEP chapter. He has been at the forefront in developing effective administrative methods for reducing opioid administration and prescribing in the ED, as well as successfully initiating opioid addiction treatment in the ED. He is a full-time EM pit doc, but also the medical director of two opioid addiction treatment clinics, in Farmington and Espanola, NM, utilizing both buprenorphine and methadone. In 2016 he represented ACEP, when he testified before the United States Congress, House Judiciary Committee in a hearing regarding the impact on patient care of the rapid price increases of naloxone and buprenorphine. He has been interviewed by NPR and NBC for his work on opioid addiction. He is involved in multiple advocacy, policy, and educational projects related to opioid addiction for ACEP.