Dr. Ghassan Bejjani becomes 1st chief of Penn Highlands neurosurgery department

Alan Condon -   Print  |

Ghassan Beijani, MD, was named chief of the newly formed Penn Highlands neurosurgery department at the Dubois, Pa.-based PH Brain and Spine Center, reports The Courier Express.

Dr. Beijani joined Penn Highlands at the end of 2018 and treats simple and complex brain tumors, spinal stenosis, spine infections, spinal cord tumors and spinal herniated discs among other conditions.

Previously he practiced at University Pittsburgh Medical Center-Greater Pittsburgh Neurological Associates, where he was the founder and lead physician.

Dr. Beijani earned his medical degree at Saint Joseph Medical School in Beirut, Lebanon. He completed a general surgery internship at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit and residency in neurological surgery at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

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