Inpatient

NYU Langone provides an extraordinarily well-rounded experience and exposure to a wide spectrum of neurological disorders and conditions. In-patient experience occurs at NYU Langone Health, Bellevue Hospital, and the Manhattan VA Hospital.

Tisch HospitalTisch Hospital-Kimmel Pavilion is a university hospital of NYU Langone School of Medicine. The Kimmel Pavilion, opened in 2018, is a state of the art, technologically advanced facility featuring single-patient rooms. Neurology patients are located in the Kimmel Pavilion on the 16 and 17 floors. The services are staffed by Neurology Residents and Neurology Nurse Practitioners. Our Neurology Nurse Practitioners play a major role in team and aid in the management of patients. This allows residents the flexibility to attend conferences and focus on furthering their neurological education. Residents rotate on general ward, consult, and stroke services. In addition, they rotate through the neurological intensive care unit and the comprehensive epilepsy center.

A multi-media conference and seminar room on the neurology floor is equipped with the latest multimedia equipment, that is used for video conferencing to our various training sites.

 

Bellevue Hospital CenterBellevue Hospital Center is the flagship hospital of the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, 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 and their conditions.

The Neurology Service at Bellevue Hospital Center consists of an active in-patient service; consultation services; and comprehensive ambulatory adult neurological services. Patients with a myriad of neurological disorders are admitted to our neurological service where they receive comprehensive care provided by housestaff with close attending supervision and input. Bellevue offers comprehensive radiological (including interventional), neurophysiological and laboratory services.

 

VA Medical CenterThe VA Medical Center 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. The Harbor’s Manhattan campus, located at First Avenue and 23rd Street, is a tertiary care facility and provides care in all medical and surgical specialties. The Manhattan VA Medical Center has been a leader in the implementation of the “patient medical home” as well as telemedicine and teleradiology services. There is an active onsite medical simulation laboratory used by residents and students. The VA Neurology Service is an active consultative service. Residents also participate in ambulatory clinics in general neurology and multiple subspecialties.