The General Neurology Program at Boston Medical Center provides consultation for outpatients on a wide breadth of neurological diagnoses. General neurologists practice comprehensive neurology, a designation covering a wide range of conditions that affect the nervous system. They are often involved in diagnostic evaluations and ongoing management of patients who have multiple neurological conditions spanning subspecialties. Comprehensive neurologists work with subspecialty neurologists in many areas to enhance the care of their patients, including stroke, headache, dementia, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, peripheral neuropathy, movement disorders and inherited neurological conditions. Our comprehensive neurologists are also clinician-educators dedicated to training the next generation of neurologists.
Areas of Expertise
- Complicated cases with multiple cross-subspecialty neurological disorders
- Memory loss
- Peripheral neuropathy
- Back pain
- Electroencephalography (EEG)
- Electromyography (EMG)
Residency and Fellowship Information
Education and Training
The general neurology division faculty participate in the education and training of residents who wish to gain experience in general neurology. Medical students and medical interns routinely rotate in general neurology clinics.
Tune in for a day in the life of Dr. Alexis Clay, one of our amazing neurology residents!
Dr. Clay takes us through a normal day in her life at BMC and introduces us to her amazing co-fellows. She will answers questions you may have about being on the stroke service and all things BMC.