Overview

Institute Summary

Cleveland Clinic’s Neurological Institute offers world-class, highly complex care across a broad array of conditions affecting the brain and spine.

The Neurological Institute combines the expertise of neurologists; neurosurgeons; neuroradiologists; physiatrists; psychiatrists; psychologists; advanced practice providers; physical, occupational, and speech language therapists; social workers; nurses; and researchers to provide personalized, compassionate care for adult and pediatric patients.

The Neurological Institute is one of 26 clinical and special expertise institutes at Cleveland Clinic, a nonprofit academic medical center ranked as one of the nation’s top hospitals by U.S. News & World Report, where more than 3900 staff physicians and researchers in 180 specialties collaborate to give every patient the best outcome and experience.

Departments and Centers

The Neurological Institute is comprised of a multidisciplinary team of more than 600 clinical providers who treat a wide range of brain and spine disorders. The institute’s 13 departments and centers include:

Research (2020)

  • 538 Active Institutional Review Board-approved research studies
  • 912 Publications
  • $35.7M Research funding

Institute Clinical Activity (2020)

  • 245,047 Evaluation and management (E&M) visits
  • 47,819 New patient visits
  • 14,057 Admissions
  • 8741 Surgical cases
  • 5.30 Acute average length of stay (days)
  • 2.64 Case mix index

Direct referrals to the Neurological Institute are available via:

  • Phone: 216.445.8455
  • Fax: 216.636.2596

Learn more at clevelandclinic.org/NeuroReferral