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Drs. Arthur Grigorian and Joe Sam Robinson Participate in “Man Under Stress” Conference

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Macon, GA, July 17, 2017 – Georgia Neurosurgical Institute, with practice offices in Macon, Warner Robins, Dublin, Griffin and  Milledgeville, today announced the recent trip of Arthur Grigoirian, MD and Joe Sam Robinson, Jr., MD to Armenia for participation in a Jubilee Conference honoring the work of Dr. Adel Tadevosyan, MD, one of the premier European founders in the study of Stressology. Dr. Grigorian, having served as one of the conference organizers, introduced Dr. Tadevosyan and also gave a synopsis of her life’s work. Dr. Robinson was asked to serve as a Guest Lecturer for the event.

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Dr. Robinson Interviewed for WGXA Story

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Keep children reading to prevent ‘summer slide’
WGXA by Matt Thielke  Friday, June 2nd 2017

MACON, Ga. — Now that students are of out school for the next couple of months, its important for them to prevent the “summer slide.”

Virginia Elliott, the regional children’s reading coordinator with the Middle Georgia Regional Library, said that summer reading is important for children’s education.

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Dr. Joe Sam Robinson Lectures at Cambridge University

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Joe Sam Robinson, MD

Macon, GA, May 15, 2017 – Georgia Neurosurgical Institute, with practice offices in Macon, Warner Robins, Dublin, Griffin and  Milledgeville, today announced the recent trip of Joe Sam Robinson, MD to Cambridge, England where he was invited to participate as a Guest Lecturer at the Centre for Neuroscience  Education of Cambridge University.  The Centre is recognized internationally as  the leading research facility in the field of intracranial pressure dynamics, brain compliance, and the development of novel modalities of non-invasive monitoring of patients with various pathologies of the brain. As the most senior partner of the practice, Dr. Robinson leads the Institute’s research efforts internationally.

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Dr. Robinson Speaks at the Navicent Health Press Conference

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Georgia Neurosurgical Institute and Navicent Health recently held a press conference celebrating their recognition as Georgia’s only ACS Verified Level 1 Trauma Center. Representing GNI at this event was Dr. Joe Sam Robinson, a founding member of Georgia’s Trauma Commission.

Dr. Robinson began by thanking the attendees and other members of the Trauma Commission for their work and patience in working with the doctors during traumatic situations.

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New Griffin, Georgia Location for GNI

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Macon, GA, March 6, 2017 – Georgia Neurosurgical Institute, with practice offices in Macon, Warner Robins, Dublin and  Milledgeville, today announced the addition of a new satellite location in Griffin, Georgia. The office, which is already accepting appointments, is scheduled to open March 22 at 718 South 8th Street across from WellStar Spalding Regional Hospital.

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GNI Featured In Neurosurgery Market Watch

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The article discusses the way we approach patient care with three core values: consistency, continuity, and compassion. Our neurosurgeons practice in a one-to-one ratio with six physician assistants, which is a great benefit to our patient care. It provides a familiarity between the providers and the patients, making for a quality experience. We truly care about our patients and we want to make sure that they feel properly cared for and attended to!

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GNI participates in International Research Trial

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Macon, GA, January 25,2017 – In conjunction with Cambridge University and Navicent Health, Georgia Neurosurgical Institute, today announced  the Institute’s participation in an international research trial, RESCUE- ASDH (Randomised Evaluation of Surgery with Craniectomy for patients Undergoing Evacuation of Acute SubDural Hematoma). GNI -with practice offices in Macon, Warner Robins, Dublin and  Milledgeville- will become the sixth partner in the United States, and the only one in the Southeast, to participate in this important research.

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