About GSH Neurosciences
The Neurosciences program at Good Samaritan Hospital (GSH) provides a multidisciplinary approach to treating and managing disease or injury involving the nervous system. This includes diseases that affect the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves.
Some of the most common neurological diseases are stroke, epilepsy, migraines, brain tumors, and degenerative disc disease, (which can result in sciatic nerve pain).
Good Samaritan Hospital has specialists in:
- Vascular neurology
- Endovascular surgery
- Interventional radiology
- Critical care
- Physical medicine and rehabilitation
- Emergency medicine
- Other medical subspecialties
These specialists work together to diagnose and determine the most appropriate treatment for patients.
Good Samaritan’s experienced and highly trained physicians care for more than 5,000 patients with stroke or other vascular (the brain and blood vessels that supply it) disorders each year.
Good Samaritan Hospital physicians are exceptionally skilled at diagnosing and caring for patients with stroke. Using the latest science and technology available, our team of experts recommends treatment programs that address the needs of both the patient and family.
We are committed to delivering the highest level of patient care with compassion and sensitivity.
Learn more about the services and procedures offered by the GSH Neurosciences program.
Learn more about Stroke Care offered by the GSH Neurosciences program.