Neurosurgeons Brennan, Sonti join Blessing Health staff

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Ryan Brennan, left, and Gayatri Sonti. | Photos courtesy of Blessing Health

QUINCY — Board-certified neurosurgeons Ryan Brennan and Gayatri Sonti have joined Blessing Health.

Brennan is a decorated veteran who served as chief of neurosurgical operations and director of trauma critical care for U.S. forces in Afghanistan and earned the rank of lieutenant colonel. A graduate of Indiana University School of Medicine, he completed residency and a spine surgery fellowship at Cleveland Clinic. He was a U.S. Army Skills Bridge Fellow, during which he served an assistant faculty rotation at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical System.

Brennan is certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgery, is a fellow of the American Academy of Neurological Surgery and a fellow of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons.

“The difference between treating a patient and caring for a person is an important distinction to me,” Brennan said in a press release. “My patients get the care that I would want and that I would give to my wife and my children. I am going to treat you like family. You are going to get the very best care I can give you.”

Sonti earned her medical degree at the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and her doctorate in neuroscience from the University of Delaware. She completed residency and fellowship at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, Colton, Calif. Sonti is certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgery.

In a press release, Sonti said, “Taking care of each and every patient is a privilege. A patient puts their trust and faith in their doctor. Having that privilege is priceless and comes with great responsibility.”

In addition to general neurosurgery, Sonti provides care for spinal trauma, brain and spinal tumors and hydrocephalus chiari malformation.

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