Buffalo—DENT Neurologic Institute, a leading provider of care for people living with MS in Buffalo has been officially recognized as a Partner in MS Care, Center for Comprehensive MS Care through the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Partners in MS Care program. This formal recognition honors DENT Neurologic Institute’s commitment to providing exceptional, coordinated MS care; and a continuing partnership with the Society to address the challenges of people affected by MS.
Buffalo, NY is considered a world hot spot for the prevalence of patients diagnosed with MS.
The Society’s Partners in MS Care program recognizes committed providers, like DENT, whose practices support the Society’s initiative of affordable access to high quality MS healthcare for everyone living with MS – regardless of geography, disease progression, and other disparities.
DENT Neurologic Institute is the only recipient of this specific award in Upstate New York. DENT has been designated as the only Comprehensive Care Center in our region.
Partners in MS Care – Centers for Comprehensive Care are led by clinicians with demonstrated knowledge and experience in treating MS; offer and coordinate a full array of medical, nursing, mental health, rehabilitation and social services and have a strong collaborative relationship with the National MS Society. We have shown our level of dedication to the patients in our community by being one of the first centers in the country to offer new, novel therapies to the patients in our community. DENT is often a chosen site to participate in MS research opportunities. Our staff are also recognized nationally for the expertise on MS and the understanding of what it takes to run such an integrated practice.
“We are so proud to partner with DENT Neurologic Institute to enhance coordinated, comprehensive care for the people who live with MS in Buffalo,” said Stephani Kunes, of the National MS Society, Upstate New York. “In earning this recognition, DENT has demonstrated extraordinary leadership in MS care, making a tremendous impact on people affected by MS in our community,” Stephanie Kunes continued.
For more information, please visit www.nationalMSsociety.org/partnersinMScare or call 1-800-344-4867.
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