Central Region Expands Headache Center

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Dr. Abigail Chua

Specialized services for the management of headache will come to the MidState campus starting Nov. 1 with the addition of Hartford HealthCare Medical Group providers Dr. Abby Chua, DO, and Renee Kane, APRN. Under the Hartford HealthCare Headache Center, they are dedicated to providing excellence in diagnosis and treatment of headache disorders, helping patients minimize pain and increase their ability to function.

The HHC Headache Center was first established in Wethersfield and West Hartford under the leadership of Dr. Brian Grosberg, medical director of the center, and now comes to MidState and the Central Region expanding services further south.

Dr. Chua will be leading the practice on the MidState campus and brings with her a special expertise. She is a board certified neurologist who specializes in headache medicine. She completed a fellowship at Tomas Jefferson University, a residency at Temple University Hospital, and earned her medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

The office will be temporarily located in Suite 221 at MidState and can be reached at 860.696.2925. The office will relocate to a permanent dedicated space on the campus in February 2017.

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