Yale-New Haven Hospital | 100 Hospital and Health Systems with Great Neurosurgery and Spine Programs 2016

Yale-New Haven (Conn.) Hospital. The neurosurgery department at 1,541-bed Yale-New Haven Hospital dates back to 1918 and touts several milestones in neurological care, including the first transplant of a nerve cell into the brain of a multiple sclerosis patient. The academic medical center also has a neurogenetics program, which tailors care for people experiencing a range of inherited disorders of the nervous system, including familial epilepsy and genetic forms of stroke. Yale-New Haven is a designated Blue Distinction Center+ for Spine Surgery and was named to U.S. News & World Report's top 50 best hospitals for neurology and neurosurgery at No. 25.

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