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Brain Tumor Center: Pituitary and Brain Tumor Patient Support Group

Brain Tumor Center
Pituitary Patient Support Group
2200 Santa Monica Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90404

For more information, contact any of the following:

Daniel F. Kelly, MD
Medical Director, Brain Tumor and Pituitary Disorders Center at Saint John's Health Center
(310) 582-7450
kellyd@jwci.org

Garni Barkhoudarian, MD
(310) 582-7450
barkhoudariang@jwci.org

Sharmyn McGraw
Patient Support Group Meeting Facilitator
(888) 410-3334
pituitarybuddy@hotmail.com
www.hormones411.org

Krystina Trzaskowski
klt63@att.net

http://newstjohns.org/


UCLA: Pituitary Patient Support Group

All meetings will be held in 200 UCLA Medical Plaza, 2nd floor, Room 206.
Please RSVP to 310-825-5874 or PituitarySupportGroup@mednet.ucla.edu if you plan to attend! We send out email reminders before the meetings with the meeting topic. Parking is free- just ask for a pass.

Call Brittany Sumerel, UCLA Group Coordinator, with questions: 310-825-5874
http://pituitary.ucla.edu


Cedars-Sinai: Pituitary Support Group

(Aims to create an environment of support to enhance emotional and physical well being)
Monthly on Mondays - Times vary
Contact: Rosa Lopez, RN
Phone: (310) 423-3395
www.cedars-sinai.edu


Hoag Hospital Pituitary Support Group

An educational and supportive group for patients diagnosed with pituitary tumors. Family and friends are encouraged to attend.

Date:
Second Monday of each month
5 - 6:30 p.m.

Location:
Hoag Advanced Technology Pavilion
One Hoag Drive, Bldg. 47 (Parking P6)
Conference Room
Newport Beach, CA 92663

Please contact Lori Berberet, R.N., M.S., at (949) 764-6656 with any questions.

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