MSJMC Appoints New Consultant Neurologist, Gaden Osbourne


Gaden Osborne MD, a board-certified neurologist, has been appointed by Mount St John’s Medical Centre (MSJMC) as Consultant Neurologist.

According to a release from MSJMC, the born and raised Antiguan received his medical degree from the American University of Antigua College of Medicine, after which he completed both his internship and residency in adult neurology at the Albany Medical Centre in New York.

He further in education at the University of Michigan where he pursued his post graduate studies in clinical neurophysiology with a focus on electroencephalography (EEG) and epilepsy.

His clinical areas of interest include evidence-based management of medically refractory epilepsy, headache, and stroke.

Dr. Osborne will see patients at his referral-only neurology clinic from noon on Mondays, and from 8:30 am on Fridays

“Offering local neurological care provides a benefit to our community needing these medical services. And that our hospital continues to attract top-quality specialists back home/to Antigua & Barbuda, speaks to our commitment to providing more services closer to where our patients live,” Head of Marketing & Communications at MSJMC, Salma Crump said.

“The addition of this new service line only continues to enhance our position as the leading hospital in the region.” she added.

The new neurology service is expected to expand patients’ treatment options for neurological issues, disorders of the nervous system, such as Parkinson’s, and other movement disorders, epilepsy, stroke and memory conditions such as dementia.

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  1. Finally. Antiguan being given a chance. Too many positions filled by foreigners when qualified Antiguans are available

  2. That’s a good look for MJSMC.

    I do however think Ms. Crump is a bit delusional for her statement, “our position as the leading hospital in the region.”
    You can’t be a leading hospital when people are afraid to go there. They have a long way to go but it’s good to be hopeful.

  3. “You can’t be a leading hospital when people are afraid to go there” this is a huge understatement! I have had some bad experiences there..bad enough during an emergency where you are left for HOURS on a cold, grimy surface table/bed waiting for someone to see you or put a darn IV in. No doctor to look in on you.. and when you ask out in passing they tell you they are not responsible for your case.I could tell you horror stories..I am even amazed I went there cause I always said if i was dying by the roadside and anyone wants to take me to the hospital..please leave me to die in peace..

    I really hope they get their act together. I can understand they don’t get paid much so they really couldn’t care less (nurses etc)

    Congrats tho to Gaden Osborne!

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