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Saturday, September 27, 2014

Find an MS Care Provider

Partners in MS Care

The National MS Society’s Partners in MS Care program involves healthcare professionals in the areas of neurology, mental health and rehabilitation. Healthcare professionals recognized as Partners in MS Care:
  • demonstrate knowledge and experience in MS care,
  • have a special interest in treating people living with MS, and
  • work closely with the Society
 Please contact an MS Navigator for additional names of healthcare providers.

Providers for U.S. veterans with MS

The Veterans Administration (VA) provides healthcare services to veterans with MS through a system of approximately 70 regional MS specialty clinics throughout the US. You can receive MS care, whether your MS status is considered service-connected or not. Find a VA clinic or MS Center of Excellence below.
The Department of Veteran Affairs runs a monthly support and education conference call for care partners of veterans with MS. In addition to time for networking and sharing of experiences, educational topics and resources are discussed. Learn about this and other care partner resources on the VA website.
The above information is provided by The National Multiple Sclerosis Society

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