Established in 1968, the Department of Neurosurgery at Boston Medical Center (BMC) is a full-service clinical and academic program that provides advanced treatment for patients with a broad spectrum of diseases and disorders of the brain, nerves, spine, and spinal cord. Our highly experienced neurosurgeons are senior clinician-scientists who subspecialize in all major areas of neurosurgery. We have multidisciplinary programs in neuro-oncology, cerebrovascular disease, and trauma that provide our patients with a broad spectrum of treatment options.
- Our neurosurgeons are all experienced in using state-of-the-art technology and innovative surgical methods.
- BMC is redefining innovation in this specialized field, using the most advanced image-guidance technology in surgery to provide safe and successful treatment of complex brain tumors, aneurysms, movement disorders (including Parkinson’s disease), and spine diseases.
- Our staff includes accomplished physician-researchers who offer patients access to the newest clinical treatments through research, including epilepsy surgery and deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s disease.
Our department has a long-standing tradition of providing the finest neurosurgical care possible to all residents of this region regardless of ethnicity, race, or economic status. We share Boston Medical Center’s commitment to exceptional care without exception, and are proud of our outcomes and the trusting relationships we have established with our patients.
Our outpatient clinic is located in Boston Medical Center’s beautiful Shapiro Center in Boston’s historic South End.