Edgar, a 22-year-old native of Moscow, Russia, recently completed his fifth year of medical school at Moscow State Medical University in July. Edgar has one more year before graduating and applying to residency programs in his home country, so he wanted to take advantage of a month-long break and “shadow” somewhere in the United States. After extensive research, Edgar chose to spend his time with the team here at Georgia Neurosurgical Inst
Laurie Faircloth, RN, is Georgia Neurosurgical Institute’s (GNI) longest serving employee. Since her hiring in May 1979, Laurie has witnessed the growth and change of not only GNI and Navicent Health Medical Center, but also in medical diagnostics, training, and the standard of medical care itself.
Something unique about Georgia Neurosurgical Institute is our neuropsychological service. We believe in a holistic approach that treats the entire person rather than just the physical issues which are treated by surgery. Our psychological and neuropsychological services are overseen by Dr. Leon Hyer, who has been with GNI for over 10 years.
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.
Something that sets Georgia Neurosurgical Institute apart in Middle Georgia is our ability to constantly stay at the forefront of medical techniques and procedures. One area of medicine that GNI has led the way in is minimally invasive surgery. The use of minimally invasive procedures is a specialty of our surgeons and can be very beneficial to patients.
Dr. Joe Sam Robinson, Jr. is no stranger to the Middle Georgia area. Macon born and raised, he has served the people of Georgia for over 35 years. Using his wide array of skill and knowledge, Dr. Robinson has also developed national and international neurosurgical research so more doctors and neurosurgeons can better understand the brain.
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.READ FULL ARTICLE
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.
When you undergo surgery, it’s important for both the surgeons and the technology used to be of one accord. Even better, your expert surgeons are aided by technology that can foresee any possible neurological complications that may occur during your surgery.