About the Department
We at NYU Langone School of Medicine are fortunate to have excellent facilities for evaluating and treating children and adults with neurological diseases. Our large referral base and the capacity of our hospitals ensure our professional staff and trainees a broad clinical exposure.
The Department of Neurology of the NYU Langone School of Medicine is dedicated to exceptional patient care, advanced scientific research and quality graduate education.
In-patient services are provided within a cluster of four hospitals located on the East side of midtown Manhattan just south of the United Nations Headquarters. They are Tisch Hospital, Bellevue Hospital, Department of Veterans Affairs New York Harbor Health Care System (VA Medical Center), and the Hospital for Joint Diseases. Specific floors at each of these Hospitals are devoted to the care of neurological patients staffed by attending physicians, residents, nurses, therapists, psychologists, social workers and other professionals.
Close cooperation with Neurosurgery, Orthopedic Surgery, Neuroradiology, Psychiatry, and Neuropathology; assure all patients of integrated care in problems of the central and peripheral nervous systems.
Amubulatory care is provided by attending physicians to outpatients within office suites at each of the hospitals, in the Faculty Practice Offices of the Skirball and Schwartz (HCC) buildings, in offices located within walking distance of Tisch Hospital, and with other NYU Langone Ambulatory Care practices within the surrounding facilities.
The Ambulatory Care Center is located: 240 East 38th Street New York, NY 10016
Please click the following link for a complete list of our subspecialties.
Clinical Laboratory Services
Electrodiagnostic services provided include EEG, EMG, motor and sensory nerve conduction studies and evoked potential determinations.
Advanced techniques for testing of the autonomic nervous system are also provided. The department also has Transcranial Doppler Laboratory facilities for assessing the condition and competency of intracranial vessels.