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Burlington, VT 05401-1473
Neurological diseases are conditions affecting the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves. The neurosurgeons at the University of Vermont Medical Center have dedicated their careers to evaluating and treating neurological diseases.
A Team Approach
The University of Vermont Medical Center's expert neurosurgeons offer a team approach to care for both children and adults with the following conditions:
- Brain, spinal cord or peripheral nerve injury
- Brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerve tumors
- Brain tumors, pediatric
- Cerebral aneurysm
- Cerebrovascular and Skull Base tumor problems
- Cerebrovascular disease
- Congenital disorders of the brain and spine
- Degenerative spine disease
- Head, spinal cord or peripheral nerve injury
- Movement disorders
- Parkinson's disease
- Pediatric neurosurgical disorders
- Pituitary disorders
- Spinal stenosis
- Skull base tumors
Personalized Care for Neurological Diseases
Our team includes neurosurgeons, physicians assistants, specially trained nurses and support staff. Together, we work with you and your family and friends throughout the spectrum of care, including:
- Post-surgical follow-up
Experienced, Trusted Care
At The UVM Medical Center, you receive the highest level of expertise available. Our neurosurgeons are all board-certified in neurosurgery with specific subspecialty training in all areas of neurosurgery.
You can feel confident knowing that your medical team is providing the most up-to-date care, delivered with the superior knowledge and experience that only a university hospital can deliver.
Our neurosurgeons are devoted to the care of patients with neurosurgical diseases as well as committed to progressing academic medicine. We are also dedicated to the training of neurosurgery resident physicians and the teaching of medical students and allied health professionals.
With profound appreciation, Thomas
Thomas Jackson suffered a massive seizure due to a brain tumor he didn’t even know was there. He arrived at the University of Vermont Medical Center Emergency Department unconscious. Jackson's road to recovery was difficult and he was so thankful to UVM Medical Center staff that he wrote a letter thanking them, describing in detail the care he received during the most difficult time in his life.
Contact Neurosurgery at (802) 847-4590. You can reach us Monday through Friday, 8am - 5pm. We see neurosurgery patients in two locations. Our main clinic is located at The UVM Medical Center Medical Center Campus, and we have an additional clinic location in Berlin, Vermont.
To reach our providers directly, call Provider Access Service at (800) 639-2480.
The Division of Neurosurgery at The University of Vermont Medical Center comprises highly skilled neurosurgeons dedicated to evaluating and treating conditions relating to the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves.
Because we are a university hospital, we offer a setting that combines education and training with the latest advancements in technology. This allows our physicians to educate others and conduct vital research, which fuels better care for our patients.
Learn more about our clinical, research and academic missions below.
How to refer a patient to The UVM Medical Center Neurosurgery Division:
- Call (toll free): (888) 362-3242
- Fax Referral Line: (802) 847-2001
- Email: ReferralCenteruvmhealth [dot] org (ReferralCenter[at]uvmhealth[dot]org) Note: please send encrypted files.
For information on the Office of Provider Relations, Provider Access Services and Patient Placement Services, visit Patient Referral Resources.
Fellowship and Residency Programs - The UVM Medical Center offers post-medical degree training programs in over 17 service lines. Our Neurosurgery Residency program is approved by the Council on Graduate Medical Education of the AMA and the American Board of Neurosurgery. Find out more about our Neurosurgery Residency.
Continuing Medical Education (CME) – Our CME program offers a series of medical courses for health care professionals to learn about new and developing areas of their fields. Visit CME.
Grand Rounds - Grand Rounds present current medical topics and developments. They are sponsored by individual departments on a regular basis.
At The UVM Medical Center, we believe that research enhances the quality of clinical care by facilitating critical thinking. Our physicians at the University of Vermont's Division of Neurosurgery are actively involved in both clinical and basic science research in an effort to improve the lives of their patients.
For more research information, visit the Division of Neurosurgery at the University of Vermont or go to the Office of Clinical Trials Research to receive up-to-date information on the latest clinical trials.