The Department of Neurology strives to reach three goals: outstanding patient care, education of those who serve, and research. The Department has a full-time professional staff of 70, representing all the major subspecialty areas in Neurology. While each member of the staff has a unique roll to play in the productivity of the Department, all are required to participate in the teaching and mentoring process. The Department of Neurology registers 40,000 outpatient visits per year, 6,000 of which represent new patient visits. There are 1,900 primary neurological admissions to Cleveland Clinic annually, and an additional 3,000 inpatient consultations are rendered annually.
The Department of Neurology supports three ACGME-accredited primary residency programs, including Adult Neurology and Child Neurology. In addition, the Department currently supports four ACGME-accredited post-residency subspecialty training programs, including Clinical Neurophysiology with focus in EMG/Neuromuscular Diseases, Clinical Neurophysiology with focus in EEG/Epilepsy, Clinical Neurophysiology with focus in Sleep Medicine, and Vascular Neurology. In addition, the Department supports three other fellowship programs, including Headache/Pain, NeuroImmunology/Multiple Sclerosis, and NeuroIntensive Care.
ACGME-Accredited Post-Residency Subspecialty Programs
Other Post-Residency Fellowship Programs