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Neurology Program

Maine Medical Center is the state's premier resource for the evaluation and treatment of children and adults with neurological conditions. The capabilities of Maine Medical Center's in-house Board certified neurologists are supported by Maine Medical Partners — Neurology, a highly regarded medical group that provides 24/7 coverage for inpatient neurology consults and emergent care, including the stroke program. The group's neurologists are fellowship-trained subspecialists in such areas as stroke, epilepsy, pain medicine and neuromuscular disease, giving patients access to an extraordinary depth and breadth of neurological expertise, close to home.

  • An unequalled depth and breadth of clinical expertise from the state's largest, most comprehensive group of Board certified and fellowship-trained neurologists
  • The availability of pediatric neurologists and pediatric epileptologists
  • Maine Medical Center's status as the state's first healthcare facility to earn distinction as a Primary Stroke Center from The Joint Commission, demonstrating that its stroke care program follows national standards and guidelines that can significantly improve outcomes for stroke patients
  • Recognition from the American Stroke Association for the hospital's commitment to a higher standard of stroke care
  • The availability of leading-edge diagnostic resources, including outstanding neuroradiology specialists and state-of-the-art technology
  • Access to some of the region's most advanced treatment capabilities
  • The integration of physiatry and rehabilitation into the plan of care for each patient with a neurological injury or illness
  • The services of a specialized Neurosciences Patient and Family Liaison who is available to provide expert, personalized and compassionate support to patients and their families throughout the continuum of care, in both inpatient and outpatient settings

The neurologists who are part of Maine Medical Center's Neuroscience Institute treat a broad range of neurological conditions in adults and children, including: