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Nov. 8 - Neurological & Spine Institute Expands its Practice to Six Offices

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Savannah Business Journal Staff Report

November 8, 2017 - The Neurological & Spine Institute recently announced that it is growing, with its own Dr. Louis G. Horn, IV, MD leading the way in opening its sixth branch. The new office is in Vidalia, Georgia and opened at the end of October 2017. 

The new Vidalia location will allow patients to be seen without needing to drive to Savannah or one of the other nearby offices, well over an hour away. The move was driven by recent, consistent growth in patient demand from the region and surrounding smaller towns. Dr. Horn will practice at the new location one Friday each month. 

“Nothing makes me happier than offering a more convenient structure for my patients,” Dr. Horn said. “We’re always evaluating new ways to improve our level of care and make medical visits easier. This new office allows us to do just that for people living west of Savannah.”

Dr. Horn is a board certified neurosurgeon, who has been serving southeast Georgia for 17 years. He graduated from Vanderbilt University in 1988, and received his medical degree from the University of Alabama School of Medicine in 1992. Dr. Horn then completed his internship in the department of surgery at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, Texas and received his neurological surgery training through a residency at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, also in Dallas. 

Neurological & Spine Institute is one of the largest neurosurgical groups in the Southeast. Since opening its doors, its highly skilled neurosurgeons have been providing expert comprehensive care for a full range of athletic, degenerative, and traumatic disorders in the areas of: head, vascular, trauma, pain, spine and pediatrics. In addition to its main location in Savannah, Neurological & Spine Institute also has satellite offices in Springfield, Statesboro, Jesup, Pooler, Vidalia and Bluffton, SC, near Hilton Head Island.

For more information on the new location, or to schedule an appointment, please contact their office at (912) 355-1010 or visit neurologicalinstitute.com.

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