Bronson Neuroscience Center Welcomes New Providers
Bronson Neuroscience Center welcomes neurologist, Simeon Zou, MD.
Zou received his medical degree from Shanghai Second Medical University in Shanghai, China. He completed his neurology residency at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Washington University in St. Louis, Mo.
Zou’s special interests include general neurology, with special interests in neuromuscular diseases, neurocritical care, neurodiagnostic studies including NCS/EMG, EEG, and intraoperative monitoring.
Zou can be reached at Bronson Neuroscience Center at 601 John St., Suite M-124 in Kalamazoo or by calling (269) 341-7500.
Bronson Neuroscience Center – Pediatric Neurology welcomes Caitlin Groeneveld, PNP.
Groeneveld received her master’s degree in nursing from University of Tennessee and a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Calvin College.
She previously served as a nurse for Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital and Grand Rapids Public Schools. Groeneveld most recently joins Bronson from Rutherford County Schools in Tennessee.
Groeneveld can be reached at Bronson Neuroscience Center, located at 601 John St. Suite M-460 in Kalamazoo or by calling (269) 341-8383.
About Bronson Neuroscience Center
Bronson provides one of the most comprehensive neuroscience programs in southwest Michigan, with locations in Kalamazoo, Battle Creek and Paw Paw. Together, its multidisciplinary team of highly trained specialists offers the most advanced diagnostics and the latest treatments in an environment that promotes healing. From treating stroke and providing minimally invasive spine surgery, to offering a pediatric neurosurgeon and the area's only epileptologist, Bronson's neuroscience program offers services that are unique in southwest Michigan.
Some of the nation’s leading authorities on hospital quality have consistently recognized Bronson’s neuroscience program. For example, Bronson Methodist Hospital has been named a Certified Primary Stroke Center by The Joint Commission and designated a Stroke Center of Excellence by NeuStrategy. It also received the Silver Plus Performance Award for Stroke Care (2012) from the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association.
Bronson Methodist Hospital has been ranked by HealthGrades as one of America's 100 Best Hospitals for Stroke Care (2012-2013), and ranked in the top five percent of hospitals in the nation for treatment of stroke (2012-2013), neurosurgery (2013) and for neurosciences (2012-2013). It is also a recipient of HealthGrades Stroke Care Excellence Award (2011-2013), Neurosurgery Excellence Award (2012-2013) and Neurosciences Excellence Award (2012-2013).