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Our Dr. McLaughlin, Medical Director, Brain and Spine Surgery at St Mary Medical Center, and Princeton Brain & Spine Care's Toni Luongo, P.A. inspect part of the new 8 bed unit dedicated to Neurosciences Intensive Care that is equipped to provide the highest level of expert care for the sickest patients.
The St. Mary Medical Center Neurosciences Center was recently unveiled. The $7 million investment in the high-tech ORs and $7.5 million in the new ICU provide important resources to meet the growing need for specialized critical care. With these latest additions, St. Mary announced significant advances in providing advanced neurological treatment and care for brain and spine conditions, including stroke, brain tumors and aneurysms, and minimally invasive repairs of disc, vertebra and nerve compressions in the spine and neck. Click to learn more about the Neurosciences Center or to read Dr. McLaughlin's assessment of the addition.
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