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New Jersey Pediatric Neuroscience Institute

Catherine A. Mazzola, MD

Specialty: Neurological Surgery

From left to right: Drs. Catherine Mazzola and Luke D. Tomycz

Dr. Catherine Mazzola and her team at New Jersey Pediatric Neuroscience Institute (NJPNI) provide individualized care at the highest level for children and their families. The practice recently welcomed pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Luke D. Tomycz. “We understand the stress involved in caring for a sick child, and we make certain your child receives the necessary therapies and interventions,” says the mother of five. 

Dr. Mazzola and her staff make visits as comfortable as possible for patients and their families. Appointments can be made after hours and on weekends to accommodate busy schedules if requested. Dr. Mazzola completed her pediatric neurosurgical fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh and residency training in neurological surgery at Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School.

Certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgeons and the American Board of Pediatric Neurological Surgery, Dr. Mazzola is the Director of the Craniofacial Center at Atlantic Health System’s Goryeb Children’s Hospital.

 

New Jersey Pediatric Neuroscience Institute

Catherine A. Mazzola, MD

131 Madison Ave, 3rd Fl., Morristown, (973) 326-9000

385 Prospect Ave, 2nd Fl. Hackensack, (201) 996- 9300

njpediatricneurosurgery.com

This is an advertising profile from the December 2017 issue of New Jersey Family.

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