Neuroscience Health Center opens to patients

The center offers advanced diagnostic testing and treatments, as well as support services, all available in a single, easy-to-navigate building.

Larry Strong

The 92,000-square-foot, five-story Neuroscience Health Center opens to patients today. The center, a part of Stanford Health Care, is designed to serve people with neurological conditions or injuries such as brain tumors, movement disorders, brain aneurysms, spine deterioration, Parkinson’s disease and memory disorders. Located on the Stanford Medicine campus next to Hoover Pavilion, the center offers advanced diagnostic testing and treatments, as well as support services, all available in a single, easy-to-navigate building.



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