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Clinical Neuroscience Institute

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Accepting New Patients - may require a referral

Dayton, OH

Clinical Neuroscience Institute

OFFICES HOURS
MON 

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

TUE 

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

WED 

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

THU 

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

FRI 

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Public Transportation: Yes

Handicap Accessible: Yes

About John B. Terry, M.D.

About John Terry, MD

Dr. John Terry is a graduate of the University of Kansas School of Medicine. He completed an internship in internal medicine at the University of Missouri at Kansas City and a residency in neurology at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Dr. Terry completed fellowships in neurocritical care at Johns Hopkins Hospital Medical Center and interventional neuroradiology at the University of Iowa. Dr. Terry is a part of Premier Health's award-winning Stroke team. Learn more.

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Gender:Male
Education:University of Kansas School of Medicine
Residencies:UT Southwestern Medical Center
Fellowships:University of Iowa, John Hopkins University
Certifications:Neurology
Hospital Affiliations:Atrium Medical Center, Miami Valley Hospital, Upper Valley Medical Center
Years Practicing:23

Accepted Health Plans

AETNA MYCARE

AETNA

ANTHEM/BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD

BUCKEYE MYCARE

CARESOURCE

CIGNA

FIRST HEALTH/COVENTRY HEALTHCARE

HEALTHSMART

HUMANA CHOICE PPO

HUMANA CONNECT (DAYTON HMO X)

HUMANA GOLD CHOICE

HUMANA

MEDICAL MUTUAL MARKET CLASSIC

MEDICAL MUTUAL MED-FLEX

MEDICAL MUTUAL OF OHIO SUPER MED PL

MEDICAL MUTUAL OF OHIO

MEDICAL MUTUAL

OHIO HEALTH CHOICE

PARAMOUNT

PREMIER HEALTH ADVANTAGE

PREMIER HEALTH EMPLOYEE PLAN

PREMIER HEALTH PLAN

TRICARE-HUMANA MILITARY

UHC (UNITED HEALTHCARE)

UNITED BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

UNITED BEHAVIORAL/OPTUM HEALTH


Articles featuring John B. Terry, M.D.

New Ways to Save Your Brain During Stroke

New Ways to Save Your Brain During Stroke

Technology comes to the rescue when every moment matters.

What Happens During a Stroke?

What Happens During a Stroke?

A loss of blood flow to the brain can cause slight or severe damage, depending on location and duration of the stroke.

Respond to Stroke Symptoms F.A.S.T.

Respond to Stroke Symptoms F.A.S.T.

(F)ace drooping, (A)rm weakness, (S)peech slurring and (T)ime: Remember these stroke signs and what to do.

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