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Phone: 412-566-1545
490 East North Avenue
Suite 410

Pennsylvania 15212

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The Myasthenia Gravis Treatment & Advocacy Center aims to provide the best medical care, in one central location, from health care professionals who specialize in MG. The neurologists who staff the Treatment Center are experts in MG and they guide the patient’s entire treatment which can include: medication, surgery, plasmapheresis, and other therapies.

The Center offers patient-centered care coordination provided primarily through a Nurse. The nurse is accessible to all patients and is capable of answering questions, resolving medical problems. She also facilitates patient assistance programs (prescriptions, transportation, etc); addresses general concerns; manages the Treatment Center schedule; coordinates the patient’s care with his/her PCP, Endocrinologist, Rheumatologist, and other health care providers; as well as preauthorizing testing and prescriptions with third party vendors including insurancecompanies, Medicare and Medicaid.

MGA of WPA addresses the medical, social and emotional needs of persons affected by Myasthenia Gravis and disseminates educational information to persons with Myasthenia Gravis, their families, the medical community and the general public.

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I was diagnosed with MG the day before Thanksgiving 2013. It was one of the best days of my life - I found out what was actually wrong with me. I told the doctor that he gave me my life back. Now I can start to live. The clinic and their staff have been wonderful throughout the entire process. ... more »
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I love the MGA @ AGH they help me so much, they are like Family, No matter what I ask of them they always come threw for me. I have been in AGH alot latley, they even come down to see how I am doing and if I have a problem with meds, they are on top of that too.Some times when you are in hospital ... more »
I was diagnosed with MG one year after retirement. My next door neighbor had worked at Mercy as a nurse and told me about the clinic. What a difference a clinic setting made in my treatment and my life. It is so easy to call and get help, ask questions, find information and just to be reassured ... more »
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