The mission of Lahey Hospital & Medical Center’s Department of Neurology is to provide the best possible care for patients with neurological disorders. We believe this mission is best accomplished by compassionate physicians with subspecialty interests, training and experience, who work in a culture where collaboration, education and clinical research are valued. Every department member has extensive clinical experience in the full spectrum of neurological disorders, as well as one or more subspecialty interests in which they maintain a particularly high level of expertise to benefit both their patients and their colleagues.
Multiple weekly conferences allow each neurologist to work collaboratively with others and to stay abreast of new developments in all aspects of neurology.
The Neurology Department is actively engaged in medical education and research.
If you have a severe or chronic illness, participating in a clinical trial to evaluate a new treatment may offer you a chance to improve and/or extend your life. You may have already heard or read about a clinical trial at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center and want to learn more, or you may be just starting to explore this option.
Research Programs at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center encompass more than 200 clinical trial protocols. The clinical staff of the Neurology Department possess extensive experience in conducting research and clinical trials and are currently involved in over 30 research trials.
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Lahey Hospital & Medical Center is a major teaching hospital of the Tufts University School of Medicine (TUSM), for which the Department of Neurology provides teaching to second-year students during their physical diagnoses courses. Three, fourth-year students from Tufts and one from the University of Massachusetts Medical School are in the department at any given time on a four-week clinical neurology rotation.
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center is one of two training sites for Tufts University School of Medicine’s Neurology Program (along with Tufts Medical Center). Information regarding this program, including application procedure, can be obtained at Tufts University – Neurology. Please contact Karlee Pedemonti, Neurosciences Manager, Tufts Medical Center, for more information.
There are two independent fellowships sponsored by Lahey Hospital & Medical Center’s Department of Neurology: Clinical Neurophysiology (emphasis on EMG and neuromuscular disease) and Stroke. The Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry Fellowship is also jointly run by the departments of Neurology and Psychiatry.