14 neuro specialists join to open $8 million 'comprehensive' center

Egger, Ed
April 2008
Inside Tucson Business;4/28/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 47, p5
The article reports that fourteen neurology specialists have opened an $8 million freestanding medical center in Tucson, Arizona. Abhay Sanan, president of the Center for Neurosciences, said that the facility was designed specifically to be a patient-friendly haven. Sanan said that the new center includes specialists from the entire neuroscience service line.


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