The Neurology Department offers a full spectrum of neurological care, including examination, diagnostic evaluation, consultation, treatment, comprehensive follow-up, and rehabilitation recommendations for disorders of the nervous system. Patients receive the latest in therapies and treatments from our neurologists based on the important neurology research that is ongoing at BMC. We have advanced clinical expertise in all neurology sub-specialties.
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Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Memory Disorders
The Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Memory Disorders Program provides individualized evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment for patients with memory and other neurological-related disorders.
Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury
The Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury Program cares for patients with traumatic brain injuries from diagnosis to recovery, with a specialty in athletic injuries.
The Epilepsy Program at Boston Medical Center provides comprehensive consultation for patients within the clinic and hospital setting. We are a Level 4 Epilepsy Center as reported in US News and World Report.
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.
Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia Program (HHT)
Multiple Sclerosis Center
The Neurocritical Care Program at Boston Medical Center provides expert intensive care in our Neurocritical Care ICU. Our closed-door neurocritical care unit is staffed by board-certified neurointensivists and specialty-trained nurse practitioners to deliver cutting edge emergency neurological care, with 24/7 inpatient hospital coverage.
The Neuromuscular Disorder Program at Boston Medical Center provides consultation for inpatients and outpatients as well as a full range of state-of-the-art diagnostic testing modalities.
The Neuropsychology Program at Boston Medical Center provides in-depth cognitive and psychological evaluations. Patients are often referred for neuropsychological symptoms due to memory difficulties, mood disorders, learning disorders, and neuropsychological symptoms due to medical illness.
Pain, Headache, and Interventional Pain
The Pain, Headache, and Interventional Pain Program at Boston Medical Center provides consultation for inpatients and outpatients as well as a full range of therapeutic options. For nearly ten years, our group has been at the forefront of pain management.
Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Center
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine-accredited Sleep Disorders Center at Boston Medical Center provides comprehensive diagnosis and treatment services for individuals with a full range of sleep problems.
Stroke and Cerebrovascular Center
Global Health Initiative
The Department of Neurology’s Global Health Initiative provides opportunities for residents and attending physicians to provide neurological care in developing nations. The Initiative includes a Global Health Track for residents with formal presentations on global health neurology and opportunities in field experience and research.
David M. Greer, MD, MA, has been appointed chair of the Department of Neurology at BU School of Medicine and chief of neurology at Boston Medical Center.
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The Department of Neurology at Boston Medical Center conducts world-class basic science, translational, and clinical research. Physicians and scientists collaborate via nationally and locally funded research programs to develop the latest in neurological diagnostics and therapies.
Residency and Fellowship Information
Neurology Subspecialty Fellowships
The Department of Neurology at Boston Medical Center is affiliated with Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine and has a long and distinguished history in both the academic and clinical arenas. To learn about our fellowship programs, please visit the Neurology Subspecialty Fellowships website.
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