Massachusetts General Hospital Neurosurgery Department
The Department of Neurosurgery at Massachusetts General Hospital provides a complete range of surgical services for the diagnosis, surgical treatment and rehabilitation of neurologic disorders of the brain and spine.
Massachusetts General Hospital’s Department of Neurosurgery is part of the Mass General Neurosciences Institute, which operates 86 dedicated beds, with a 22 bed ICU. As one of the nation’s leading neurosurgery centers, we treat around 70-90 patients a day, and we perform more than 3,600 neurosurgical procedures each year. This unique scale means that when patients bring a neurosurgical problem to Mass General, even a relatively rare one, our doctors have the experience and expertise needed to provide the best possible treatment.
Our multidisciplinary team includes 20 faculty neurosurgeons and 20 additional residents-in-training. Surgeries are performed in state-of-the-art neurosurgery operating rooms in the Lunder Building at Mass General.