James A Charles, MD, FAAN  
     
     
Office Staff and Special Events
Frequently Asked Questions

 

OFFICE STAFF

Left-Right Standing: Michelle Trinidad-Medical Secretary: Jocelyn Thomas-Office Manager: Christina Santiago-Registered Medical Assistant: Andrea Gioia-Administrative Assistant:
Left-Right Seated: Joanne M Charles,RN,MSN-Office Administrator: James A Charles, MD,FAAN: Joseph DiGeronimo-Electrophysiology:

SPECIAL EVENTS

    November 2013, Chaired the first Holy Name Medical Center "Headache Symposium".

    In 2012, created and became Director of the Holy Name Medical Center Headache Treatment Program; (www.holyname.org, find services, Headache)

    October 2011, Guest Speaker on "Neurological and Electrodiagnostic Fraud" at the New Jersey Special Investigators Seminar in Atlantic City, NJ

    April 2011. Scientific Poster Presentation at the American Academy of Neurology Meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii ; "Outpatient Continuous Intravenous Dihydroergotamine for Intractable Headache"

    May 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012. Participated in the Mind, Body, Behavior Symposium as Neurology faculty lecturer on Pain to 1st year medical students at NJ Medical School-UMDNJ.

    2007-Present. Created the "Notes of Inspiration" program which benefits the Epilepsy Foundation of NJ- a musician with epilepsy is given the opportunity to perform with the Ridgewood Symphony Orchestra and speak as an Advocate of Epilepsy.

    2006- Created a Benefit Concert for the NJ Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association-Aaron Copland "Fanfare for the Common Man"-performed by the Ridgewood Symphony Orchestra- Guest Speakers-relatives of Aaron Copland who was afflicted with Alzheimer's disease.

    2005-Created a Benefit Concert for the American Parkinson Disease Association-NJ Chapter performed by the Ridgewood Symphony Orchestra.

    2003-Organized and Created a Benefit Concert for the Greater NJ Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society- the "Messiah", Ridgewood Chamber Orchestra and the Presentation Choir.

    2002-2006- Created the "Teen Health Series" through the Valley Hospital Foundation, physicians lecture to high school students and teachers on various health issues.