Dr. Gill's goal is to provide the highest quality care in a compassionate, patient-centered environment focused on improving your quality of life.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Gill is an active cyclist.
Dr. Gill is a behavioral neurologist that specializes in caring for patients with cognitive and behavioral disorders. He grew up in Erie, Pennsylvania and attended medical school at the University of Florida before completing his neurology residency and fellowship in cognitive and behavioral neurology at the University of Rochester. Next, he moved to Penn State Hershey where he created and ran the Penn State Hershey Memory and Cognitive Disorders program. Now, Dr. Gill and his family are back in Rochester where he is the Medical Director at the Memory Center at Unity, as well as the Co-Director of the Stroke Center at Unity Hospital. At Unity, he's pleased to work in an interdisciplinary team for both memory and stroke care, and work with others who share his passion for providing excellent care to patients and families that need our expertise.
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