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BROOKLYN MEDIA GROUP/Photos by Arthur de Gaeta
BROOKLYN MEDIA GROUP/Photos by Arthur de Gaeta
Cutting the ribbon.

Maimonides Medical Center on Tuesday, February 27 cut the ribbon on its brand new Comprehensive Spine Center on the eighth floor of 6010 Bay Parkway.

The center – which, according to the medical center, provides patients with the highest level of medical and surgical expertise in a state-of-the-art 4,400 square-foot setting – boasts technological advancements like neurodiagnostics, imaging, fluoroscopy, EMG and nerve conduction studies.

It is the only center in Brooklyn to offer advanced, real-time, minimally-invasive, image-guided spine surgery.

Maimonides President & CEO Ken Gibbs said, “It’s our pleasure to bring this level of expertise to the communities we serve. Our Spine Center brings the best of our neurosurgical and orthopedic specialties together under one roof for the benefit of patients.”

The grand opening ceremony included remarks from Dr. John Houten, director of spinal neurosurgery & neurotrauma and Dr. Ahmed Saleh, orthopedic spine surgeon.

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