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Nurse practitioners credentialed as multiple sclerosis certified nurses

Published July 30. 2014 10:33AM   Updated July 30. 2014 10:34AM

Nurse practitioners Andrea Bartels and Andrea Stewart have been credentialed as multiple sclerosis certified nurses by the Multiple Sclerosis International Certification Board. Bartels and Stewart, who have been with the Neurological Group since 2006, have successfully passed the Multiple Sclerosis International Certification Examination. This internationally recognized certification is an acknowledgement of their expertise in the care of patients with multiple sclerosis and their families, the Neurological Group said in a news release.

The Neurological Group offers a full spectrum of adult neurology as well as office-based neurodiagnostic testing and participates in many clinical research studies and can be reached at (860) 443-1891 or at: neurogroupnl.com.


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