PMC neurologist Jerry Mikszewski, MD, Clinical Associate of Neurology at the Perelman School of Medicine, announced his retirement on Friday. In his time at the Penn Memory Center, Dr. Mikszewski has been an integral member of the PMC clinical team. A neurologist, his expertise in dementia and cognitive impairments has been invaluable for the care of PMC patients and the education of the PMC community.
“It has been truly a pleasure working with Jerry during his time at Penn,” David Wolk, MD, PMC Co-Director, says. “I believe we have all learned much from him and his unique perspective on the care of patients with cognitive impairment and dementia. I also greatly appreciate his kind manner and gentle humor – I am sure his patients do as well!”
Felicia Greenfield, Executive Director, says, “I will miss working with Jerry. His unwavering support of the social work team demonstrated his commitment to improving patient outcomes. I will miss his welcoming smile and his warm, approachable demeanor. I wish Jerry and his family all the very best on this new chapter in life. He will be missed!”