• 1010 Carondelet Drive, Suite 329, Kansas City, MO 64114
  • (816) 812-7722 | Fax (888) 965-5680

I wanted to let you know that after 11 years at Psychiatry Associates of Kansas City, I will be leaving PAKC and will be joining Interpersonal Psychiatry at 1010 Carondelet Drive, Suite 329, Kansas City, MO 64114 starting on December 1. November 22 will be my last day at PAKC and December 1 will be my first day at Interpersonal Psychiatry, where we will be doing Deep TMS and IV ketamine treatments.  All appointments are televideo and we do take nearly all insurance plans.  There will be no major changes regarding your appointments. If your appointment is on November 22 or earlier, you still have an appointment to see me.

If your appointment is on November 23 or later or if you are a new patient,  please call Interpersonal Psychiatry at (816) 812-7722 to schedule your appointment to see me at Interpersonal Psychiatry.  Interpersonal Psychiatry’s scheduling department is open Monday thru Friday from 9AM to 5PM.   Interpersonal Psychiatry’s Fax # is (888) 965-5680.

We do request patients to go to www.pakconline.com, then click on Patient Forms, then click on Release of Information Form, then select Disclose Information and fill out the request to transfer records online, requesting records to be sent from Dr. Handoo at PAKC to Dr. Handoo at Interpersonal Psychiatry, as it can take up to 30 days for records to be transferred.

I do look forward to continuing your care at Interpersonal Psychiatry and seeing you there.


Irfan A. Handoo, M.D.

Board-Certified Psychiatrist

Diplomatic, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Recognized as a 2022 Kansas City Top Doctor
by Kansas City Magazine

Link to Televideo Appointments with Dr. Handoo: doxy.me/handoo

Dr. Handoo was recently featured on Fox 4 News discussing IV ketamine treatments for treatment-resistant depression.
Kansas City's Only Deep TMS Provider and Leading Provider of IV Ketamine Treatments

A recent study done in the Journal of Psychiatric Research in 2019 showed Deep TMS to be significantly far more effective than rTMS (Superficial TMS):