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Thank you for your interest in the Case Department of Neurology. On this page, you can find information about outpatient consultations, neurodiagnostic testing and the neurology inpatient service at the Case Medical Center of University Hospitals. If you know of a specific neurologic disease or condition, many organizations have websites for specific neurologic disorders.
The faculty of the Case Department of Neurology cares for patients with the spectrum of neurologic disorders, from routine outpatient conditions to life-threatening disorders which require an intensive care unit and around the clock monitoring.
Outpatient consultations are available for general neurologic problems as well as for specific subspeciality disorders. Subspeciality Divisions in the Department of Neurology include:
To locate a physician, you can look in our Department Listing or use the Physician Search at the University Hospitals web site. Consultations are best made at the request of your primary care doctor. Appointments can be scheduled by calling (216) 844-3192. Patients are seen in a variety of locations including:
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Neurologic Diagnostic Testing
Diagnostic testing is available through the Department of Neurology. Electroencephalography (EEG) for the evaluation of possible seizures is performed at the University Hospitals - Case Medical Center, Lakeside 3rd Floor. Testing can be scheduled by calling (216) 844-3199.
Electromyography (EMG) and nerve conduction studies (NCS)
for the evaluation of nerve and muscles disorders are
performed at several locations, including the University
Hospitals - Case Medical Center,
University Suburban Health Center; Chagrin Highlands
Medical Center and the Westlake Health Center. Testing
at all locations can be scheduled by calling
Important information for patients about
electromyography testing is available
Patients on the Neurology Service at Case Medical Center of University Hospitals are most often admitted to the fourth floor of Lerner Tower. The Neurocritical Care Unit is also located on Lerner Tower 4. Neurologic patients may also be admitted to other Tower floors or to the Lakeside building. A University Hospital Directory is available download here (UH Map & Directory). Patient information can be reached at (216) 844-1000.