Stroke patients who are treated at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center receive some of the best care on the nation.
Providence now offers a new, 12-bed neurocritical care unit at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center in Portland.
The program gives local students the opportunity to learn about brain surgery, health careers and health risks first-hand.
Becker's Hospital Review has named Providence St. Vincent Medical Center as one of 100 Hospitals with Great Neurosurgery and Spine Programs.
A ruptured aneurysm seems like a random unpreventable tragedy, however, there are some symptoms and risk factors you should pay attention to.
Read about this novel invention and more in Providence Brain and Spine Institute’s summer clinical newsletter.
Read about this and more in Providence Brain and Spine Institute's spring clinical newsletter.
Providence Brain Institute’s name has changed. The new name, Providence Brain and Spine Institute, communicates the breadth of services offered by the institute.
Providence neurosurgeons lead the region in minimally invasive procedures. These techniques allow them to treat conditions without surgery and with few, if any, incisions.
The surgery to remove a colloid cyst took one hour and only required a small opening compared to traditional open brain surgery.
Brain aneurysm patients benefit from a new technique that involves only a small puncture his/her leg.