The Department of Neurology integrates compassionate care with state-of-the-art research and rigorous medical training. Our expert subspecialty care is aided by the latest medical technology, from life-saving intervention for acute brain trauma to skillful management of chronic illnesses. Learn more.
Guided by the needs of our patients, our mission is to be the preeminent academic neurology department in the US by: providing outstanding clinical care while rapidly discovering new treatments to reduce and eliminate the devastating impact of neurological disorders; training the very best neurologists and scientists of the future, and improving the health and well-being of the diverse communities we serve.
Our core values are excellence in service, innovation, education, and neuroscience research in the field of neurology. We value:
- Excellence in patient care everyday
- Outstanding service to our patients, their families and our referring healthcare providers
- Access to clinical care for all patients at the right time, in the right place, by the right clinician
- Seamless integration of research and clinical care for the benefit of our patients
- Basic research that advances science and increases our understanding of the nervous system and its functions
- Efficient and rapid translation of laboratory advances to patient care
- Teamwork and collaboration
- Education and mentorship for all our trainees and staff.
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Department of NeurologyWang Ambulatory Care Center
8th Floor, Suite 835
15 Parkman Street
Boston, MA 02114
Public Transportation Access: yes
Disabled Access: yes