Parkinson’s Disease Surgery – the Nebraska Medical Center


 

Parkinson’s Disease Surgery – The Nebraska Medical Center – Deep Brain Stimulation surgery can offset many of the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease for many patients. Dr. Ken Follett, chief of neurosurgery at The Nebraska Medical Center explains how the surgery works and some of the successes he’s seen with Parkinson’s patients. The Nebraska Medical Center was named one of America’s Top 50 hospitals for neurosurgery by US News and World Report. For more information, call 1-800-922-0000 or visit www.nebraskamed.com.

 

Accelr8 and Denver Health Notified by Department of Defense for Rapid

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Collaborators include the Department of Veterans Affairs Eastern Colorado Healthcare System (Denver), the Washington Hospital Center (DC), and Creighton University School of Medicine (Omaha, NE). "Denver Health is delighted to secure this important …
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