Consultant neurologist, Adrian Pace, has stepped into a new role as acting Clinical Director at Gozo General Hospital.
Dr Pace announced the news, sharing “I’m excited (and a little overwhelmed) to share with you that I have accepted to step up into the role of acting clinical director for Gozo General Hospital.”
“I’ll be working daily alongside the rest of hospital management to help lead our fantastic staff and continue improving and extending the services we offer to our local population, though I’ll continue wearing my neurology hat on too.”
Dr Pace is has served as Consultant Neurologist at Gozo General Hospital and Karen Grech Hospital – operated by Steward Health Care Malta – since 2018, with a specialised interest in multiple sclerosis, stroke, movement disorders and neuropathy.
He completed his studies in medicine and surgery from the University of Malta in 2001, and went on to specialise in his field at various universities in the UK.
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