This is the most prolific era in the history of neuromedicine at University of Florida Health, and we are eager to share some of the exciting initiatives currently taking place. The independent, patient-centric UF Health Neuro medicine Hospital is opening in December 2017. The hospital will have 96 dedicated neuromedicine patient rooms, including a 48-bed neurointensive care unit, one of the largest in the country. The facility also will feature seven neuromedicine operating rooms, including two intraoperative MRI rooms and two biplane hybrid rooms. We will be offering new interdisciplinary programs in traumatic brain injury, ALS and multiple sclerosis. Most importantly, the full spectrum of neuromedicine services, from outpatient visits and diagnostic tests to inpatient stays, will be available in one building. Click here to read the report and find out more!
We hope you will appreciate our digital format, which is best viewed using Firefox from a PC or Safari from a Mac. The report, specific to the UF departments of neurology and neurosurgery, is filled with interactive links, videos and photos. We are planning to share it with our colleagues and peers across the country. We thought you might be interested in taking a look. Feel free to share as you wish.
William A. Friedman, M.D. Michael S. Okun, M.D.
UF Department of Neurosurgery, Chair UF Department of Neurology, Chair
Co-director, UF Health Neuromedicine Co-director, UF Health Neuromedicine