The Good Samaritan Hospital Neurosciences program provides diagnosis and treatment for patients with spinal, brain and nerve tissue disorders and diseases.
Good Samaritan Hospital’s Neurosciences Program has the ability to treat some of the most complex cases, including brain tumors, arteriovenous malformations, complex spinal surgery movement/functional disorders, trigeminal neuralgia and other neurologic conditions. We were one of the first hospitals in the country to offer Gamma Knife technology as a less invasive alternative for surgery for many conditions.
In addition to the independent physicians on staff, Good Samaritan Hospital is fortunate to affiliate with the University of Southern California Department of Neurosciences by having a satellite program based in the hospital. This affiliation brings the talents of the USC neurosurgeons, neuro-interventionalists, neuro-oncologists, and neurologists to our campus.
The USC Neurosciences Program at Good Samaritan Hospital focuses on three main areas: 1) spinal procedures, 2) neuro-oncology and other cranial procedures, and 3)stroke and other vascular conditions.
For more information about The Neurosciences Program, call (213) 977-2280.
For a physician referral, call 1-800-GS-CARES.