Saturday, May 19, 2012 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Location: Governor's Restaurant and Bakery, 356 Main Street, Waterville, ME
For more information: (866) 955-9999; pbmc.org/neurology
WATERVILLE, Maine – Dr. Alexandra Degenhardt will present the latest news in multiple sclerosis treatment and research on Saturday May 19 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Governor’s Restaurant and Bakery in Waterville. This free, educational program is ideal for patients and caregivers. Topics include news about multiple sclerosis, new treatment details, group discussion and support options.
The program is free and open to the public. Pre-register by calling (866) 955-9999. A complimentary brunch will be served and free parking is available. The Governor’s Restaurant and Bakery is located at 356 Main Street, Waterville. For directions, call 872-0677.
Dr. Degenhardt is a multiple sclerosis specialist and a neurologist at Pen Bay Medical Center. She is one of three multiple sclerosis specialists in the state of Maine. “Multiple sclerosis is extremely prevalent in Maine, but is also underserved,” says. Dr. Degenhardt. “I chose Pen Bay because of the exceptionally talented neurology group and the hospital’s dedication to achieving the highest levels of patient care and to treating patients as individuals.”
For more information about neurological care at Pen Bay Medical Center, call 593-5757 or visit pbmc.org/neurology.