Good Samaritan Hospital's Neurosciences program provides diagnosis
and treatment for patients who have spinal, brain and nerve tissue disorders
Good Samaritan Hospital’s Neurosciences Program cares for patients
who have complex medical problems, including brain tumors, arteriovenous
malformations, complex spinal injuries and disorders, movement/functional
disorders, trigeminal neuralgia and other neurologic conditions. We were
one of the first hospitals in the country to offer Gamma Knife technology
as a less invasive alternative for surgery for many conditions.
Good Samaritan Hospital's neurosciences medical staff include community
doctors and doctors who are members of the University of Southern California
Department of Neurosciences including USC affiliated neurosurgeons, neuro-interventionalists,
neuro-oncologists who are focusing on
three main areas:
- spinal procedures,
- neuro-oncology and other cranial procedures
- stroke and other vascular conditions
For more information about The Neurosciences Program, call (213) 977-2280.
For a physician referral, call 1-800-GS-CARES.