Spanish Clinic

Chase Family Movement Disorders Center – Spanish ClinicComing this Fall!

We are excited to announce the opening of the Chase Family Movement Disorders Center Spanish Clinic in Hartford at 79 Retreat Avenue 5th Floor Brownstone Building! This Neurology clinic will provide expertise in the care of Parkinson’s disease, tremors, gait disorders, Huntington’s disease, dyskinesia’s and other Movement Disorders for Spanish speaking patients. We have designed the Spanish Clinic in response to an identified need for specialized care for Hispanics and Latinos. We have lifted the language barrier and developed a clinic providing a comfortable environment for our Hispanic and Latino community with every staff member being native Spanish speakers. We also are providing complimentary valet parking at this location for your convenience.

Moro-de-Casillas, Maria Luisa, MDMoro-de-Casillas, Maria Luisa, MD

¡Viniendo este Otoño!

¡Estamos emocionados de anunciar la apertura de la Clínica Hispana del Centro de Trastornos del Movimiento del Grupo Chase en Hartford en 79 Retreat Avenue 5th Floor Brownstone Building! Esta clínica de neurología proporcionará experiencia en la atención médica de la enfermedad de Parkinson, temblores, trastornos de la marcha, enfermedad de Huntington, discinesia y otros trastornos del movimiento para pacientes de habla hispana. Hemos diseñado la Clínica Hispana en respuesta a una necesidad identificada de atención médica especializada para latinos. Hemos levantado la barrera del idioma y hemos desarrollado una clínica que brinda un ambiente confortable para nuestra comunidad hispana cuyos miembros del personal son hablantes nativos de español. También ofrecemos servicio de aparcacoches gratuito en esta ubicación para su comodidad.

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