Full-time neurology services are available on the Palouse thanks to a regional partnership between Gritman Medical Center and Pullman Regional Hospital. This specialty clinic will be operated by Palouse Specialty Physicians.
619 S Washington Street, Ste. 103, Moscow, Idaho 83843
Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Closed on major holidays.
The nervous system is a complex, highly specialized network. It organizes, explains, and directs interactions between you and the world around you. Symptoms depend on which area of the nervous system is involved. They also depend on what’s causing the problem. These problems may occur slowly and cause a gradual loss of function (degenerative). Or they may occur suddenly and cause life-threatening problems (acute). Symptoms may be mild or severe. Learn more about the nervous system
Gritman’s neurology services are offered through Palouse Specialty Physicians. These services are provided in collaboration with our regional health care partner hospitals, Pullman Regional Hospital and Whitman Hospital and Medical Center in Colfax.
The clinic is located in Moscow and serves patients from throughout the region. The neurology clinic is staffed by Dr. Sarita Said-Saidand Dr. Kristen Jessen. Palouse Specialty Physicians and the three partner hospitals are dedicated to bringing specialty care to the region to help patients stay close to home for care.
Dr. Said-Said is board certified in Neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. She studied at University of Carabobo School of Medicine, performed her residency at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center College of Medicine, and completed her fellowship at the University of California Irvine.
Dr. Kristen Jessen treats patients at Palouse Neurology in Moscow. She completed medical school at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, an Internal Medicine internship at University of Tennessee Medical Center and a Neurology residency from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine.
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