The Good Samaritan Hospital Neurosciences program provides diagnosis and treatment for patients with brain and nerve tissue disorders and diseases.
Good Samaritan's nationally recognized Neurosciences
Program treats the most complex cases, including brain tumors,
arteriovenous malformations, movement/functional disorders, trigeminal
neuralgia and other neurologic conditions. That treatment is most often
provided with Gamma Knife Radiosurgery.
Our neurosurgeons, with their Gamma Knife specialty, are able to treat patients noninvasively, without the need for open craniotomy. Over 1,500 patients have been successfully treated with this state-of-the-art radiosurgery.
The USC Neuromuscular Center at Good Samaritan Hospital is an officially
designated Jerry Lewis ALS Clinical and Research Center, just one of
five Muscular Dystrophy Association sponsored centers for the study of
Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis and related disorders.
For more information about The Neurosciences Program, call (800) 762-1692.
For information about the USC Neuromuscular Center, call (213) 977-2265.
For a physician referral, call 1-800-GS-CARES.