Tufts Medical Center announced today that it has expanded its neurology services westward, as Tufts MC neurologists will now see patients in Framingham and Wellesley.
Known as Neurological Services PC for the past several decades, Tufts Medical Center Neurology, located at 463 Worcester Road in Framingham, offers a wide range of neurological services, including general neurology, sleep medicine, neuromuscular disease, epilepsy and cerebrovascular disease. Tufts MC neurologist Kristen Babinski, MD, will bring subspecialty expertise in multiple sclerosis, while Tufts MC neurologists Taha Bali, MD and Oscar Soto, MD, will provide specialized consultations in neuromuscular disease and Electromyography (EMG). These physicians will complement the new Tufts MC team members, neurologists Zahra Ayub MD, Ludmila Fridman MD, Flavia Machado, MD and Lina Zaslavsky, MD, to provide neurological care to patients in the Metrowest area. Tufts Medical Center Neurology will continue to care for its current patients, and is now accepting new patients. For more information, or to make an appointment at Tufts Medical Center Neurology in Framingham, please call 508-879-0888 or visit www.tuftsmedicalcenter.org/neurology-framingham.
In addition, Tufts MC neurologists Bryan Ho, MD and Henry Querfurth, MD, are now available to see patients at Tufts Medical Center Specialty Center-Wellesley and assess patients with general neurology complaints. These neurologists join Tufts MC physicians who are already providing highly specialized services to patients in Wellesley and neighboring communities. Dr. Ho specializes in movement disorders, including tremor and Parkinson Disease. Dr. Querfurth is an expert in cognitive/behavioral neurology, which includes dementia-related illnesses like Alzheimer Disease. Tufts Medical Center Specialty Center-Wellesley is located in the same medical suite as Tufts Medical Center Primary Care-Wellesley, at 65 Walnut Street in Wellesley. For more information, or to make an appointment at Tufts Medical Center Specialty Center-Wellesley, please call 781-237-3395, or visit www.tuftsmedicalcenter.org/wellesley-specialty.
“We saw an unmet need for additional neurological consultations in the community, and we are extremely excited that our highly-skilled neurologists will be able to provide those services at our new Framingham and Wellesley locations,” said David Thaler, MD, PhD, Neurologist-in-Chief at Tufts Medical Center. “We are committed to keeping high-quality care in the community whenever possible, and offering neurology appointments close to home is another example of how we are committed to always thinking ahead for our patients.”
About Tufts Medical Center and Floating Hospital for Children
Tufts Medical Center is an exceptional, not-for-profit, 415-bed academic medical center that is home to both a full-service hospital for adults and Floating Hospital for Children. Conveniently located in downtown Boston, the Medical Center is the principal teaching hospital for Tufts University School of Medicine. The Medical Center features a level one trauma center with rooftop helipad, the largest heart transplant center in New England and a renowned research program, ranking among the top 10 percent of independent hospitals to receive federal research funding. A physician network of 1,800 New England Quality Care Alliance doctors represents our strong commitment to health in the community. Tufts Medical Center is a founding member of Wellforce, along with Circle Health and Hallmark Health. For more information, visit www.tuftsmedicalcenter.org.