Institute Summary

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

The Neurological Institute combines the expertise of general and subspecialty-trained 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 20 patient-centered institutes providing care at Cleveland Clinic, a nonprofit academic medical center that's recognized in the U.S. and throughout the world for its expertise and care.

Departments and Centers

The Neurological Institute is comprised of a multidisciplinary team of more than 650 clinical providers who treat a wide range of brain and spine disorders. The institute’s 13 departments and centers include:

Active research studies (Institutional Review Board-approved)525
Research funding$49.3M

Institute Clinical Activity2022 Volume
Evaluation and Management (E&M) visits326,938
New Patient visits70,712
Surgical Cases8,595
Gamma Knife procedures845
Electromyographies (EMG)10,595
Neuropsychological Tests3,110

Main Campus Facilities2022
Neurological ICU beds24
Inpatient Neurological beds78
Epilepsy Monitoring Unit adult beds20
Epilepsy Monitoring Unit pediatric beds9
Operating Rooms8
IMRIS Operating Suite1
Biplane Angiography Suites3

Direct referrals to the Neurological Institute are available via:

  • Phone: 216.445.8455
  • Fax: 216.636.2596

Learn more at clevelandclinic.org/NeuroReferral