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Princeton Brain & Spine Cover Story in Philadelphia Metro MD News

As one of the innovators in personalized, leading edge neurosurgical and spinal care in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, our practice was recently featured in the Philadelphia Metro Edition of MD News.

State-of-the-Art Neurosurgery Meets Old-Time Medicine
By Martie Callaghan

Mark R. McLaughlin, M.D., FACS, Medical Director of Princeton Brain and Spine Care, has found his comfort zone in the practice of medicine. Three years ago, Dr. McLaughlin made the decision to step out of the managed care model and into a practice that would allow him to be the kind of doctor he always wanted to be.

In managed care, Dr. McLaughlin found that the face time with each patient was only 10 to 15 minutes — not sufficient for building the doctor/patient relationship that he strongly believes is the most important part of getting people well. “I really struggled with that,” he says. “The assembly line approach — seeing 30 to 40 patients a day — didn’t sit well with me and I decided that I just wouldn’t do that any more. I was very fortunate in bringing together a team of all-stars who share my philosophy of getting back to old-time medicine and recapturing that doctor/patient relationship.”...

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