The Neurologic And Orthopedic Institute Of Chicago Names New President

CHICAGO, Nov. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Stephanie Spiegel, currently COO of The Neurologic and Orthopedic Institute of Chicago (the Institute) has taken on the additional role of President. The Institute is a specialty hospital on Chicago's north side that provides innovative and specialty care in neurosurgery and orthopedics. In her expanded role, Spiegel is responsible for the Institute's clinical programs, financial performance, and strategic plan. As COO, she helped build and open the new 78-bed hospital.

"This is an exciting time to lead the Institute, which represents a new model of care in Chicago," explains Spiegel. "Everyone at the Institute is focused on treating patients with neurologic or orthopedic problems. The benefit -- quicker access to specialists and testing -- leading to the least invasive treatment options. We're rapidly expanding our programs with additions such as the area's most advanced Gamma Knife for stereotactic radiosurgery."

A seasoned health care professional with extensive experience in operations and service line development, Spiegel also brings physician practice management expertise to the Institute. Prior to joining the Institute, Spiegel held numerous leadership positions, including Vice President of Operations, with both the Chicago Institute of Neurosurgery and Neuroresearch (CINN) and NeuroSource. While at NeuroSource, she developed networks on a national basis. Previously, Spiegel was Product Line Manager of Occupational Health, EHS Healthcare (now Advocate) for Christ Hospital and Medical Center.

Spiegel is nationally known as a speaker particularly on the topic of customer service. She holds a Bachelor's of Science Degree (BSMA) in Special Education and a MA in Adult Education from Jacksonville University Jacksonville, Florida.

About The Neurologic and Orthopedic Institute of Chicago

The Neurological and Orthopedic Institute of Chicago is the country's first freestanding acute care specialty hospital dedicated exclusively to neuroscience and orthopedic services. It utilizes breakthrough technology and minimally invasive techniques as well as advanced procedures for neurosurgery, orthopedics, pain management, neuro-oncology, sports medicine, and rehabilitation.

The Neurologic and Orthopedic Institute of Chicago

CONTACT: Sandy Rebitzer of NeuroSource, +1-312-670-3947,

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