A Neurosciences Institute
We’re Building a Network of Care
The effects of neurological diseases, disorders and injuries can be devastating, often forever changing the lives of our patients and their loved ones. But no issue involving the brain or spine, regardless of severity, should ever leave us feeling like there is no available treatment or path to recovery. That is why we are committed to creating a neurosciences institute, extending access to the highest quality of care, for the widest range of needs, to the broadest geographic region possible.
Building on Our Strengths
Led by the Golisano Restorative Neurology & Rehabilitation Center, our existing neurological resources run deep, forming the bedrock upon which we will build a word-class neurosciences institute. This includes our five-hospital system of stroke care that treats more cases than any other provider in the region, a continuum of care for progressive neurological disorders at our Memory Care Center and Neurology Clinic, and the most recognized and tenured neurosurgeons in the region.
Creating a National Model
Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases, multiple sclerosis, stroke and concussions account for some of the biggest healthcare issues facing our society today. Our goal to create a comprehensive, state-of-theart neurosciences institute will not only ensure the best possible outcomes for patients in our region, but it will also serve as a model of care for patients nationwide. And, due to an aging population and the constant stream of advances in treatments and technology, coordinated neurological and neurosurgical services are needed now more than ever before.
Your Support Matters
Together, we can connect patients and their families to the services they need, closer to where they live. By helping to make the vision of a neurosciences institute a reality, you are helping more people who are afflicted with a serious neurological condition, or recovering from a severe injury, live longer and enjoy a higher quality of life.
NEUROSCIENCES AT ROCHESTER REGIONAL
REHAB AND SURGERY
PRIMARY STROKE CENTERS
IN THE REGION
REGIONAL STROKE CASES
REGION’S MOST ADVANCED INPATIENT