Thank you for your interest in training in the Department of Neurology at Cleveland Clinic.
Cleveland Clinic is recognized as a National Healthcare Resource and is composed of a 900-bed hospital, an extensive outpatient clinic network, and a large research complex. A full-time staff of over 1,100 physicians represents all subspecialty areas within medicine and surgery. The total house staff numbers approximately 800 physicians. Cleveland Clinic's Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University was launched in 2004. Over 500 medical students, including those from outside institutions, complete rotations at Cleveland Clinic every year.
In the Neurology Program, we accept two pediatric neurology and eight adult neurology residents per year. Postgraduate fellowships are available in EEG/epilepsy, EMG/neuromuscular disease, headache, neuroimmunology (multiple sclerosis), neuro intensive care, sleep medicine, and vascular neurology. A fellowship is also available in basic neuroimmunology research.
Our Neurology Department staff of 70 represents a faculty with a broad and diverse expertise in all subspecialty areas of Neurology.
Cleveland Clinic has always been committed to excellence in patient care and research in the diseases that affect our patients. We take special pride in training future neurology practitioners and look forward to meeting and visiting with you.
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