Inspira-Jefferson Neuroscience Program Gets New Medical Director

MULLICA HILL – Officials affiliated with the neuroscience program at Inspira-Jefferson have announced that Andro Zangaladze, M.D., Ph.D, is the program's new medical director.
Dr. Zangaladze brings 27 years of combined experience in patient care as well as scientific research and academia to the position, which will require that Dr. Zangaladze provide diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of complex neurological disorders affecting the brain, spinal cord, and nerves, as well as direct a sub-specialty clinic for the treatment of epilepsy.
Dr. Zangaladze is double board certified in neurology and clinical neurophysiology. His academic background includes a medical degree from Tbilisi State Medical Institute, a doctorate of philosophy from Tbilisi Medical Academy in Georgia, as well as a completed fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.
Prior to accepting the position at Inspira, Dr. Zangaladze served as director of neuroscience for Virtua. Prior to that he held a position as an assistant professor of neurology at Jefferson's Comprehensive Epilepsy Center.
In January 2016, Dr. Zangaladze will begin seeing patients at Inspira Medical Group's neurology offices in Mullica Hill and Woodbury (N.J.).
Inspira Health Network is a charitable non-profit health-care organization serving communities across southern New Jersey.
For more information about the new medical director, call 856.853.1133.

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