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Honolulu Neuroscience

Welcomes Dr. Mark Woodward

Honolulu Neuroscience is pleased to announce that Dr. Mark Woodward will be joining the office starting in July. Dr. Woodward is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology with a clinical interest in electromyography, traumatic brain injury and mild cognitive impairment.

Dr. Woodward most recently served as an attending neurologist specializing in traumatic brain injury at Honolulu’s Tripler Army Medical Center. He received his medical degree at Hahnemann University School of Medicine (now Drexel University) in Philadelphia, PA, with a certificate of distinction in neurology and certificate of honor in neuroanatomy and neurosurgery. He completed his medical internship at Crozer-Chester Medical Center in Upland, PA, and his residency in neurology at the Affiliated Hospitals Training Program in Neurology with Boston University School of Medicine. He has held several academic positions on the east coast prior to joining Tripler in 2009.

Anyone that wants help with a neurological issue can contact Honolulu Neuroscience Clinic at 808-294-3332 to arrange a consultation.

Three Locations: 250 Ward Ave., Ste. 170, Honolulu; 1335 Kalanianaole Ave., Hilo; West Hawaii Community Health Center Kealakehe, 74-5214 Keanalehu Dr., Kailua-Kona. For more information, call 808-294-3332, or email Admin@HawaiiPacificDEEG.com. Also visit HawaiiSleepNeurologist.com.

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