Meet new physicians of Clinton Neurological


Dayton Center for Neurological Disorders staff practices here

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WILMINGTON — The Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce and Clinton Memorial Hospital invite the public to join them in welcoming physicians from the Dayton Center for Neurological Disorders to Clinton Neurological Services.

An open house will be held 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 7 in Suite 207 of the CMH Professional Office Building at 610 W. Main St., with a ribbon-cutting at 6 p.m.

Neurologists Michael Valle, DO, K. Douglas Pugar, DO, Kenneth B. Pugar, DO, Michelle Noel, DO, Jon Durrani, DO, and Drew Dula, DO — as well as advanced practice providers Kirsten Ulrich, PA, and Megan Miller, CNP — have joined the medical staff at Clinton Memorial Hospital.

Drs. Valle, K. Douglas Pugar, Kenneth B. Pugar, Noel, Durrani, and Dula and Physician Assistant Kirsten Ulrich and Nurse Practitioner Megan Miller practice with Dayton Center for Neurological Disorders (DCND) and will be seeing patients as part of Clinton Neurological Services in the CMH Professional Office Building.

CMH CEO Lance Beus expressed his confidence in bringing DCND physicians to CMH.

“We’re excited to welcome the physicians and advanced practice providers from Dayton Center for Neurological Disorders to our medical staff at CMH and to our local practice, Clinton Neurological Services,” said Beus. “They bring years of experience across a broad spectrum of practice and will help us expand access to neurological care in the region.

“They’ll provide 24/7 support to our Emergency Department, manage ongoing care for patients in the outpatient clinic, and offer more outpatient procedures, such as EMG. We are pleased to bring this level of care and continuity to our patients.”

The physicians are now seeing new patients at Clinton Neurological Services in the CMH Professional Office Building, Suite 207. Appointments may be scheduled by calling 937-283-2570.

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Dayton Center for Neurological Disorders staff practices here

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