Center for Dizziness and Balance Hosts Open House
Cutting the ceremonial ribbon on the new Crozer-Keystone Center for Dizziness and Balance are, left to right, John Feehery, M.D., chief of the Section of Otolaryngology at Taylor Hospital; Mahmoud Ghaderi, D.O., chief of the Section of Otolaryngology at Springfield Hospital; Carol Seiverd, administrative director of Rehab Services at Delaware County Memorial Hospital and director of the new Center for Dizziness and Balance; John Munshower, D.O., CKHS family practice physician; Gwen Smith, president of Springfield Hospital; and Marc Surkin, M.D., chief of the Section of Otolaryngology at Delaware County Memorial Hospital.
The new Crozer-Keystone Center for Dizziness and Balance at Springfield Hospital celebrated its opening with an open house on May 20.
At the event, guests had the opportunity to speak with the center’s multidisciplinary team, which includes board-certified physicians (otolaryngologists, neurologists and primary care physicians), nurses, an audiologist and rehabilitation professionals. Guests also toured the Center and even saw some of its specialized diagnostic equipment in action, including the computerized dynamic postulography (CDP) machine.
Audiologist David Lagatutta speaks with Kevin Fosnocht, M.D., assistant vice president of Quality and Patient Safety, about computerized dynamic postulography testing.
The Crozer-Keystone Center for Dizziness and Balance is devoted to providing comprehensive care for people suffering from balance and dizziness problems. The center's multidisciplinary team evaluates and diagnoses each patient's problem, then develops an appropriate treatment plan tailored to his/her needs.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 1-877-95-DIZZY (1-877-953-4999) or visit www.ckdizzy.org.