Neuroscience Institute

A system-wide approach to delivering care

The Neuroscience Institute is focused on patient and family needs. We help patients navigate care and coordinate needs, no matter where they are.

Our expanded team of specialists – many of whom completed fellowships and residencies at prestigious academic centers – offers comprehensive services for treating any condition of the brain, spine and nervous system. With nearly 50 subspecialties represented, we offer complex and minimally invasive surgery as well as ongoing care for pituitary and skull base tumors, stroke, peripheral nerve disease, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, ALS, epilepsy and more.

Streamlined referrals and shorter wait times

Finding the right specialist can be challenging. Our Patient and Provider Engagement Center is designed to ensure every patient receives the right care when they need it most. To get started, call 844-552-2734 or complete the online request form.

We’ve expanded our team of providers – which in many cases means appointments are scheduled faster. And for some patients, every day counts.

Ongoing care management

Referring physicians can expect to stay abreast of a patient’s progress. We’ll promptly share information about test results, procedures and next steps. Our specialists are here to supplement the care that’s already being provided. We respect the relationship you’ve cultivated with your patients, and we partner with you on their journey.

We’ve raised the bar for Stroke care!

Our Institute strives to provide high-quality, seamless care to patients, their families and our communities. See how our stoke team has excelled reaching a national target.


Latest News

Seattle, Surgery for essential tremor gets “first major upgrade” with new tech, KOMO

Ryder Gwinn, M.D., neurosurgeon with Swedish Neuroscience Institute, explains how new technology improves deep brain stimulation treatment for essential tremor. [Online article].

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How one of the “Fathers of Medicine” Archigenes contributed to the understanding of neurology and neuroanatomy

Read an overview written by four of our institute neurosurgeons on how the early understanding of the brain and spinal cord is based on the contributions of pioneering physicians such as Archigenes. [Online article]. (2016, July). Retrieved from Springer International Publishing

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