Stanford Neurohospitalist Program

Overview

The Stanford Neurohospitalist Program was founded in 2014 and has quickly risen to national prominence as a center for the multidisciplinary care of acutely ill, clinically complex patients with neurologic disease. Our faculty lead both primary and consultative services at Stanford Hospital. Physicians seeking our expert care have transferred patients from across the Western US and even internationally to the Stanford Neurohospitalist Program.

What We Do

We care for patients with a wide variety of illnesses ranging from autoimmune encephalitis to acute myasthenia gravis exacerbation, Guillain-Barre syndrome, refractory epilepsy, meningitis, headache, primary and secondary brain cancers, and delirium. We collaborate with our outpatient neurology colleagues to ensure highly integrated and seamless care at every transition. Our diagnostic expertise in evaluating patients with multisystem disease and experience in treating both acute primary neurologic disease as well as neurologic complications of systemic disease is sought out by teams from all disciplines in the hospital and neurologists across the region.

Who We Are

Our inpatient multidisciplinary neurohospitalist team is committed to providing comprehensive, patient-centered care. Our fellowship-trained neurohospitalist faculty work closely with our bedside nurses, nursing leadership, case manager, social worker, and inpatient rehabilitation team both in direct patient care and in quality improvement projects to improve how we care for patients.

Hospital Transfers

We accept hospital transfers from all over the region and across the country. Referring physicians can reach us for transfer requests and consultations through the Stanford Transfer Center at 1-800-800-1551.