Swedish Neuroscience Institute (SNI) is moving forward with plans to increase the availability of tertiary neurological care for patients in the Pacific Northwest. "Eight new providers will join the SNI staff in August," noted Marc Mayberg, MD, co-director of SNI, "adding specialty care in neuro-otology, functional radiosurgery, and neuropsychiatry, and expanding our existing programs in multiple sclerosis, stroke, neuromuscular disease, pediatric neurology, and general neurology."
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