Inpatient

NYU Langone Health provides an extraordinarily well-rounded educational experience with exposure to a wide spectrum of neurological disorders and conditions. During the CN1 year, while participating in the adult neurology service, the child neurology residents’ in-patient experiences occur at NYU Langone's Tisch Hospital, Bellevue Hospital Center, and the Manhattan campus of the VA NY Harbor Health Care System.

NYU Langone's Tisch Hospital is the main inpatient hospital of NYU Langone Health. During the CN1 year, while participating in the adult neurology services, the child neurology residents are exposed to a broad array of neurological diseases, with both primary neurological diseases and highly specialized conditions on services including an inpatient ward service, consult service, as well as stroke and neurological ICU services.

During the CN2 and CN3 years, the child neurology residents participate in a child neurology consult service that provides care in conjunction with a wide variety of pediatric services in the hospital including patients on the pediatric wards, neonatal ICU, pediatric ICU and cardiovascular ICU. Beginning 2018 this will occur within the new Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone

Bellevue Hospital Centeris the flagship hospital of the New York City public hospital system, providing public health care to city employees, the uninsured, and a wide variety of patients from all corners of the globe. Bellevue is world-renowned for its historic role in medical education in the United States, its psychiatric patient care services, and the diversity of its patients It is the oldest continuously operating hospital in the country.

During the CN1 year, while participating in the adult neurology services, the child neurology residents are exposed to a broad array of neurological diseases, with both primary neurological diseases and highly specialized conditions on services including an inpatient ward service, consult service, as well as stroke and neurological ICU services.

During the CN2 and CN3 years, the child neurology residents participate in a child neurology consult service that provides care in conjunction with a wide variety of pediatric services in the hospital including patients on the pediatric wards, neonatal ICU, pediatric ICU and cardiovascular ICU. Patients with rare diseases present to Bellevue Hospital from all over the world and it provides unique exposure to many distinct and unique international patient populations. Residents are also directly involved with all pediatric epilepsy cases at Bellevue with capabilities including routine and video EEG monitoring and hands-on epilepsy education integrated throughout training.

The Manhattan Campus of the VA NY Harbor Health Care System is a federal facility, caring for veterans of the United States military services. Since 1954 the New York Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center has served local metropolitan veterans. Located at First Avenue and 23rd Street, it is a tertiary care facility and provides care in all medical and surgical specialties.

During the CN1 year, the child neurology resident takes care of adult patients with a broad variety of conditions, including strong exposure to chronic pain conditions as well as long-term effects of traumatic brain injury.

During the CN2 and CN3 years, child neurology residents do not provide inpatient care at the VA Medical Center.