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State-of-the-Art Neurological Care Right inYour Neighborhood
NEUROLOGICAL SPECIALTIES OF LONG ISLAND
NORTH SHORE 3T MRI GREAT NECK
Our team of physicians possesses more than
40 years of experience in the diagnosis and
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10 minutes • Personal Care and Service
• Same Day or Next Day Appointments
Itzhak C. Haimovic, MD
Abraham Glasman, MD
Peiyun Chu, MD
Ian Stein, MD
Nimalya Ganeshalingam, MD
Richard N. Silvergleid, MD
Marcie Kazdan, PA
170 Great Neck Road, Great Neck, NY 11021
T: (516) 487-4464 | F: (516) 487-4950
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