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Andres L. Maldonado, MD

Andres L. Maldonado, MD

Neurosurgery
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OSF Illinois Neurological Institute - Neurosurgery

200 E. Pennsylvania Avenue
Peoria, Illinois 61603
ph: (309) 624-4000
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Areas of Expertise Epilepsy, Essential Tremor, Pain Syndromes, Parkinson's Disease, Primary Dystonia, Spine Surgery, Tourette Syndrome & OCD

Medical Education Central University of Ecuador (Quito, Ecuador)

Residency Neurological Surgery - Cleveland Clinic (Cleveland, OH; 2012-2016)

Fellowship(s) Epilepsy - Cleveland Clinic (Cleveland, OH; 2017-2018), Stereotaxic & Functional Neurosurgery - Cleveland Clinic (Cleveland, OH; 2016-2017)

Professional Certification(s) Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Gamma Knife - Cleveland Clinic (2019)

Philosophy of Care I treat my patients as if they were my family. I will do my best to guide them through the burden of sickness and together we will work to achieve better outcomes, as I would with my own family.

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Associated with OSF Illinois Neurological Institute, OSF Saint Francis Medical Center

Specially trained in epilepsy and functional neurosurgery, Dr. Andres Maldonado offers advanced treatments for patients with epilepsy and movement disorders.

“With newer methods and technologies, neurosurgeons now have the ability to help enhance or drive neurological restoration. The neurosurgical treatments we are able to offer provide one of the best outcomes in the field of medicine, which translates to happier and healthier patients,” Dr. Maldonado said.

Dr. Maldonado chose to join the team at OSF HealthCare Illinois Neurological Institute because of the combination of high standards of care and opportunities to conduct clinical research to further improve treatments.

“We are in the right place at the right time to innovate, to create and to investigate newer treatment modalities to improve the lives of patients with neurological disorders.”

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