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Multiple Sclerosis Centers of Excellence Contact Information

The MS Centers of Excellence collaborate with Veterans, caregivers, health care professionals, MS advocates, Veteran service organizations, and community health care institutes, to minimize impairment and maximize quality of life for Veterans with MS. MSCoE staff can answer general questions about MS and VA services, and can work with Veterans and their local VA facility to ensure MS needs are met. If you are a Veteran with MS who has a question or concern regarding your MS care, please contact us at MSCentersofExcellence@va.gov.

The VA Patient Advocacy Program is for all Veterans and their families who receive care at VA facilities and clinics. If you need help getting care or getting your problems resolved, you can also talk to the Patient Advocate at your VA facility.

To find VA MS health care providers in your area, visit the MSCoE Network Facilities page.

MSCoE-East

R. Andrew David, MS, MHSA
Administrative Officer, MSCoE-East

Baltimore VA Medical Center
10 N Green Street, NEU (127)
Baltimore, MD 21201
E-mail: Robert.David@va.gov
Phone: 410-605-7000, ext. 6578

MSCoE-West

Lani Pitofsky
Administrative Specialist, MSCoE-West
VA Puget Sound Health Care System
1660 S Columbian Way, S-117-MSCoE
Seattle, WA 98108
E-mail: Lani.Pitofsky@va.gov
Phone: 206-277-6079

For website issues, feedback, and suggestions, please e-mail MSCentersofExcellence@va.gov.