The Department of Neurology at Yale School of Medicine is a research, teaching, and clinical center devoted to improving the understanding and treatment of diseases of the nervous system. The Department is a major part of the Yale School of Medicine, and has active clinical programs at Yale New Haven Medical Center, Lawrence and Memorial Hospital, Greenwich Hospital, Bridgeport Hospital, the West Haven Veterans Administration Medical Center and Gaylord Hospital. The Department has three, interrelated, equally important missions:
Our goal is to provide the highest level of patient care through state-of-the-art clinical programs, educating future leaders in the field of neurology and being at the forefront of neuroscience research. The department houses outstanding faculty, dedicated staff and excellent residents all working together at one of the world's greatest universities. The department has a long history of being a pioneer in the field of Neurology, such as establishing one of the first Epilepsy Monitoring Units and creating one of the first Stroke Centers at the West Haven Veterans Administration.
Introducing the Yale Department of Neurology 2020-2022 annual report, a comprehensive overview of our Education, Diversity, and Wellness Efforts, as well as clinical, research, and patient care updates from each division. YSM Neurology is a world-renowned research, teaching, and clinical center devoted to exceptional patient care; education of medical and graduate students; and neurological research.
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