Louise Vetter, CEO and President of the nonprofit, Huntington’s Disease Society of America (HDSA), has made increasing the number of HDSA Centers of Excellence, in the U.S., as one of her priorities in her 10- year leadership at HDSA. Louise said, “We are deeply committed to helping families affected by HD access experienced care.”
In 2020, HDSA Centers of Excellence (COE) program expanded to 50 Centers from 47 in 2019, and from just 20 in 2015. The HDSA Centers of Excellence are multi-disciplinary care teams with expertise in Huntington’s disease that share an exemplary commitment to providing comprehensive care.
Currently, there are now 54 COE’s and California was a blessed to have seven (7) COE’s at Stanford University, University of California, San Francisco, University of California, Davis, University of California, Irvine, University of California, Los Angeles, and University of California, San Diego. HDSA Center of Excellence Partners: Kaiser Permanente Northern California.
When Huntington’s disease families connect to a Center of Excellence, they will find support and invaluable resources to help their family as they struggle with the many challenges of HD.
We Can Never Lose HOPE…….
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