10th annual NJCTS Health-Care Professional of the Year nomination process now under way for NJ physicians
Doctors, nurses, psychologists, neurologists and other medical professionals in New Jersey who have made a significant different in the life of a child with Tourette Syndrome are eligible
SOMERVILLE, N.J. – The NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (NJCTS) is proud to announce that nominations for the 10th annual NJCTS Health-Care Professional of the Year Program are being accepted now through May 1.
Since 2004, this award has been handed out to health-care professionals practicing in New Jersey who have made a significant difference in the life of a child with Tourette Syndrome – an inherited, misunderstood, misdiagnosed neurological disorder that is characterized by sounds and movements know as tics, and affects 1 in 100 children.
Doctors, nurses, psychologists, neurologists and other health-care professionals working in New Jersey hospitals or private practices are eligible to receive this award.
“As the NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders celebrates its 10th anniversary, it is with great pride that we continue the tradition of recognizing the New Jersey health-care professionals who best serve children and families affected by Tourette Syndrome,” NJCTS Executive Director Faith W. Rice said. “Over the past decade, we have developed an extensive list of doctors and physicians in New Jersey, Philadelphia, New York City and throughout the Tri-State Area to serve the TS community. These physicians do an excellent job, and this is the opportunity to recognize the really special ones and the impact they make.”
To recognize a health-care professional who practices in New Jersey, please fill out the nomination form today. For more information about the NJCTS Health-Care Professional of the Year Program, please call 908-575-7350 or visit www.njcts.org.
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NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome and Associated Disorders, Inc. Collaborative partnerships for the TS community.