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2022-2023 Top-Ranked Hospitals for Neurology & Neurosurgery | July 30, 2022

The U.S. News & World Report’s annual survey of hospitals is considered the pre-eminent source for excellence.

For the 2022-2023 ranking, U.S. News evaluated 1,254 hospitals and ranked the top 50 that treat many challenging neurological patients for brain hemorrhage, conditions affecting the central nervous system, spinal disorders and injuries, degenerative nervous system diagnoses such as MS, care for stroke, seizures, meningitis and more.

Details of each hospital’s performance in Neurology & Neurosurgery are linked from the listings below. Find top hospitals in the treatment of stroke or back and spinal surgery, or neurologists near you.

The top-scoring hospitals are listed below.

To find out more, click here:  https://health.usnews.com/best-hospitals/rankings/neurology-and-neurosurgery

And to find recommended neurologists, click on this link: https://health.usnews.com/doctors/search

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  1. Reblogged this on Disablities & Mental Health Issues.


    Comment by Kenneth — July 30, 2022 @ 11:24 AM

  2. I’m lucky enough to be a patient and the #2 ranked hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, where I see both an Epileptologist and a Neuro-Oncologist. But getting an appointment takes MONTHS! Great people, but overworked. A lot of support groups and classes, too.

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    Comment by qmfub — July 30, 2022 @ 12:14 PM

  3. Great topic. It is amazing to have hospitals and neurologists ranked.

    Let me just share this experience with the participants in Epilepsy Talk: I was reading through the website “Huffpost” and came across an article that the title alone drew me to it immediately – “I Am A Brain Cancer Doctor. I Thought I Understood My Patients – Then I Got A Brain Tumor,” by Dr. Evan Noch. Fascinating article, by the way. Well, I was fascinated by it.

    And so I wrote him yesterday via email thanking him for his honesty in the article and then thinking that that would be the end of that. This morning, however, there was a responding email from him! My local epileptologist and I continue to work on a cure for my tonic-clonic seizures. I do, nevertheless, want to pass along just the fact alone that a neurologist from the third ranked hospital in neurology, according to the U. S. News rankings, responded to me at all and in quite a kind manner was healing in and of itself.

    Responding to my email is probably a much different filter in ranking neurologists, yet I found his actions to be quite healing and wanted to pass it along to such an incredible group of people here on Epilepsy Talk.

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    Comment by George — July 30, 2022 @ 4:42 PM

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