The Department of Neurological Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh has created a unique environment where “centers of excellence” flourish. In this model, neurosurgical subspecialists devote time to research and patient care in focused areas. The use of centers of excellence has strengthened neurosurgery at the University of Pittsburgh and facilitated attainment of our mission. To learn more about these centers, please visit our Centers of Excellence section, call us at (412) 647-3685 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Additional information on the clinical aspect of neurosurgery at UPMC can be found on the UPMC.com website (below). Here you'll learn more about our expert care in treating a full arrray of brain and spine disorders.
What to bring with you and other important information for appointments at our Outpatient Clinic in A-402 UPMC Presbyterian Hospital.
Paperwork you'll need to complete before seeing one of our physicians.
Driving directions to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital and Children's Hospital of Pittsbrgh. Includes interactive Google Maps for driving directions from any location in the United States and Canada. Street views included.
Links to local attractions, chambers, civic organizations and TV/radio websites.
Lodging & Travel
Links to area hotels and airlines serving the Pittsburgh area.
Links to websites dealing with specific medical conditions and organizations offering support to patients.
Home-away-from-home housing facility for adult patients and their families traveling to the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) for medical treatment.
Free, private patient information websites created by friends and families to help others stay informed on patient's progress.
A comprehensive way to connect to your healthcare. Users have access to outpatient medical information, doctor communication, round-the-clock online medical visits, UPMC Health Plan, bill paying, and more.
UPMC Global Care
UPMC Global Care offers an integrated program of advanced health care services for patients in countries where such care is not readily available.